Loki Writer Speaks on the Dynamic Between TVA and Steve Rogers

Loki Writer Speaks on the Dynamic Between TVA and Steve Rogers

Loki head writer addresses whether the Time Variance Authority is annoyed by our favorite Captain America aka Steve Rogers when he decided to go back in time and grow old with Peggy.

Avengers: Endgame (2019) plunged headfirst into the thorny issue of time travel, and Loki is now on hand to take the brunt from the film’s incidents.

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The Time Variance Authority, or TVA for short, has persuaded the God of Mischief (Tom Hiddleston) to serve them, claiming that departing his assigned timeline is a pretty big deal (in a negative sense) and that he must cooperate with them or be exterminated.

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The episode reveals that the Avengers momentarily traveling back in time (and, we think, Thanos’ forces traveling ahead in time) was destined to happen as per the ‘sacred timeline’ but what about when the original Captain America aka Steve Rogers traveled back in time and chose to live with Peggy Carter?

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Fans have gone to great lengths to come up with hypotheses on why that may and may not work, with YouTuber SUPES questioning Loki scriptwriter Michael Waldron if he believes the TVA would carry an issue with what Steve opted to do.

He said,

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I don’t think I can answer that. I don’t think I can answer that. I think maybe… I think maybe just keep watching.

That appears to be an acknowledgment that the issue will be addressed, but he cannot reveal any details. Or perhaps it won’t, and he’s simply trying to get viewers to watch his program.

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Waldron has also teased fans about Loki‘s relevance in advancing the plot of the second Doctor Strange film, titled Multiverse of Madness, so we’ll have to wait and see how it all plays out.

Loki streams Wednesdays on Disney+.

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