Late to the party but I just finished both seasons and my head's spinning. I happened to be reading a book last week called "The Psychology of Time Travel" (a novel) that also had this type of time travel. Imagine my surprise to learn that Charlotte is I guess what the travelers in that book would call a genii--that is an object (or in this case a person) who has no logical origin. Or maybe it's Elisabeth that's the genii. Anyway, the object whose origin forms a closed loop.
Can't believe we've now got horizontal characters as well as vertical/aged ones. First Mikkel said the question wasn't where but when. Now it turns out it's not when but which. Great.
Echoing that the casting is great. The only person I have trouble believing is the same is Adam because young/middle Jonas have such long, narrow faces and Adam got a big blob of a head. Granted, his head appears to have melted but still.
Probably because for her he represents the injustice of her child taken from her. He basically replaced Mikkel in her mind--he shouldn't be here and Mikkel should. It's like he stole Mikkel.
But then, Katerina is a woman whose favorite song is that Heaven is a Place on Earth song, so perhaps she's just forever inscrutable.
That said, Hannah is the total worst. Imagine being trapped in time and the only person who comes to find you is your stalker girlfriend to punish you for not being that into her.
I'm impressed people refrain from slapping anyone who talks to them in time travel riddles or makes references to playing a game.
Possibly. That's the story of Hannah's life, though, isn't it? She has everything she needs to be happy, but inside she's a miserable person. Also it seems to fit what Jonas said about how she only ever needed herself. She's like her own closed loop who can't ever really be connected to anyone. All the more reason for Jonas and Mikkel to be close.
Same as Hogwarts.
I'm glad to hear Germans, like me, were impressed with the cell phone reception in this small town, even from the bunker.
Presumably, this refers to the man young Noah killed at the start of the season back in 1921. Though I don't think there's any confirmation that this is Bartosz, it would make sense.
Oh, I also thought it was interesting when Egon told Hannah in 1954 that her name Nielsen (Katrina's name) was an unusual name, I guess in Germany?