Come on in.
你好 埃莉诺 我是迈克尔
Hi, Eleanor. I'm Michael.
How are you today?
I'm great. Thanks for asking.
Where am I?
Who are you? And what's going on?
是这样 你 埃莉诺·谢尔斯卓普 已经去世了
Right, so, you, Eleanor Shellstrop, are dead.
Your life on Earth has ended,
and you are now in the next phase
of your existence in the universe.
Cool. I have some questions.
Thought you might.
How did I die?
I-I don't remember.
Yes... in cases of traumatic or embarrassing deaths,
we erase the memory to allow for a peaceful transition.
Are you sure you want to hear?
All right, so you were in a grocery store parking lot.
You dropped a bottle of something called
"Lonely Gal Margarita Mix for One."
And when you bent down to pick it up,
a long column of shopping carts that were being returned to
the shopping cart collection area
rolled out of control and plowed right into you.
That's how I died?
不 抱歉 还没说完
No, sorry, there's more.
You were able to grab on to the front of the column of shopping carts,
but it swept you right out into the street
where you were struck and killed by a mobile billboard truck
advertising an erectile dysfunction pill called "Engorge-ulate."
the first EMT to arrive was an ex-boyfriend of yours...
-好了 我知道了 谢谢 -好的 抱歉
- Okay, that's...I get it, thank you. - Okay, sorry.
So who was right?
I mean about all of this?
Well, let's see. Hindus are a little bit right,
Muslims a little bit.
犹太教 基♥督♥徒 佛教
Jews, Christians, Buddhists,
every religion guessed about 5%,
except for Doug Forcett.
Who...who's Doug Forcett?
Well, Doug was a stoner kid
who lived in Calgary during the 1970s.
One night, he got really high on mushrooms,
and his best friend, Randy, said,
"Hey, what do you think happens after we die?"
And Doug just launched into this long monologue
where he got like 92% correct.
I mean, we couldn't believe what we were hearing.
That's him, actually, right up there.
He's pretty famous around here.
I'm very lucky to have that.
So... Maybe my biggest question:
I mean, is this...
Well, it's not the heaven or hell idea that you were raised on.
But generally speaking,
in the afterlife, there's a Good Place
and there's a Bad Place.
You're in the Good Place.
You're okay, Eleanor.
You're in the Good Place.
Well, that's good.
Okay, let's take a walk, shall we?
Did I have a purse?
不对 我死了 好吧
No, I'm dead, right. Okay.
So this is how it works.
The Good Place is divided into distinct neighborhoods.
Each one contains exactly 322 people
who have been perfectly selected
to blend together into a blissful harmonic balance.
Do all the neighborhoods look like this?
No, every neighborhood is unique.
Some have warm weather, some cold.
Some are cities, some farmland.
But in each one, every blade of grass,
every detail has been
precisely designed and calibrated for its residents.
There's a lot of frozen yogurt places.
That's the one thing we put in all the neighborhoods.
People love frozen yogurt.
I don't know what to tell you.
You're gonna have a million more questions, I know.
For right now,
better grab a seat.
Movie's about to begin.
And welcome to your first day in the afterlife.
You were all, simply put, good people.
But how do we know that you were good?
How are we sure?
During your time on Earth,
every one of your actions
had a positive or a negative value,
depending on how much good or bad
that action put into the universe.
Every sandwich you ate,
every time you bought a magazine,
every single thing you did
had an effect that rippled out over time
and ultimately created some amount of good or bad.
You know how some people
pull into the breakdown lane when there's traffic?
And they think to themselves,
"Who cares? No one's watching."
We were watching.
Anyway, when your time on Earth has ended,
we calculate the total value of your life
using our perfectly accurate measuring system.
Only the people with the very highest scores,
the true cream of the crop,
get to come here, to the Good Place.
What happens to everyone else, you ask?
Don't worry about it.
The point is, you are here
because you lived one of the very best lives that could be lived.
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