Kid Loki and Alligator Loki Are Trending For All The Right Reasons

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There is little doubt that everyone in Loki Episode 5 had an awesome role to play. However, fans are truly enjoying the presence of two particular Variants in Journey Into Mystery. Not surprisingly, all the love has led to Kid Loki and Alligator Loki trending on social media.

We already got a glimpse at the other Loki Variants in the mid-credits scene of the previous episode. Since it was only a brief glimpse at the characters, fans were eager to learn more about the Variants and how they ended up being dumped in the Void.

Luckily, Loki Episode 5 gave each Variant their time in the spotlight by letting them talk about their nexus events. Classic Loki revealed that he had tricked Thanos into believing he was dead and spent several years on a remote planet disguised as debris.

However, it was Kid Loki's nexus event that truly intrigued viewers. When asked, the young Variant simply stated that he "killed Thor." There's no explanation for it after that but it certainly had fans talking.

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Alligator Loki's nexus event is a mystery since he can't really speak for himself. However, it is believed that he ate the wrong neighbor's cat and was quickly brought to the Void. Interestingly, Gator Loki's scene-stealing moment in the episode was more about how he chomped off President Loki's hand, causing instant chaos among the Variants.

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Kid Loki and Alligator Loki also worked together in the middle of the chaos. At one point, they did their own version of "Get Help" in the episode.

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We're not sure if Alligator Loki and Kid Loki will play bigger roles in the final episode of the series. Nevertheless, we're hoping that we haven't seen the last of these two Variants.

Loki Episode 5 is now streaming on Disney+.

Related: Loki Episode 5: Did [SPOILERS] Confirm Renslayer's Role in Introducing Kang the Conqueror?