In one scene, viewers are shown inside the writers’ room, in which a whiteboard is shown in the background detailing a montage that didn’t make the cut.
It describes Loki taking part in a range of different activities, including “visiting different time periods” and “doing crazy mischief, AKA sex” (via /Film).
Another bullet point on the list reads: “Has the Gauntlet, holds bower, more sex, bi, alien, etc.”
It was revealed in episode three of the Marvel series that Loki is bisexual, making him the first openly bi character in the MCU.
In the episode, titled “Lamentis-1”, a Variant named Sylvie (played by actor Sophia Di Martino) enquires about Loki’s romantic history. “How about you?” she asks. “You’re a prince. Must’ve been would-be princesses or perhaps another prince?”
“A bit of both,” Loki replies. “I suspect the same as you.”
A mid-credits scene from the final episode confirmed that Loki would be returning for a second season.
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Loki is available to stream on Disney Plus
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