‘Severance’ Season 2 Details Could Be Released at Comic-Con

What’s good, innie friends? (Or outies, depending on when I catch you.) If you haven’t heard, Esquire is hanging around San Diego Comic-Con this week, working very, very tough, pumping out essential bits of magazine journalism. Along the way, I stopped at Apple TV+ Breakup activation, which, I don’t shit, recreates an amazing part of Lumon’s offices. in the experience– which is designed to be your first day at Lumon – you move around in places like the conference room, the macro data refinement department, and even the control room, if you feel unsafe. The actors run through it all, stalking you thoroughly. One of them told me my name was Tobias! I could keep it.

One thing I noticed while browsing IRL Lumon, however, was that there were quite a few details that I suspected were new. Now this is what I spotted and/or heard that I think is fresh for the mysterious Breakup cannon, which you could have fun with. Of course, all of that could be canceled from, you know, the actual show in season two. But given the amount of detail in the experience – you’ll get an idea of ​​that below – I doubt it. Here we are.

Lunch time: In line with the experience, Apple TV+ had these little TV stands scattered all over the room. Between the Lumon logo screens and Kier quotes, I spotted a fun fact: the screen read a little card that said outies choose what their innies eat for lunch. Apparently, that must exclude the vending machine’s robust choice of raisins and pretzels from the experience. Who knew!

A message from Mr. Milchick: Here’s how special this event was – the organizers managed to convince Tramell Tillman, who plays Mr. Milchick in Breakup, to film a special video message of welcome to Lumon for attendees. Nothing particularly new here, but it’s a huge hint that BreakupThe creative team of probably participated in the activation.

Maybe there is a newsletter: Now I really can’t remember whether or not Breakup notes a widely circulated Lumon newsletter. But when we were at the Creepy Smile exhibit, one of the actors said he read a joke in the newsletter about what Kier eats for breakfast. Does this mean that Lumon employees have some form of internal email or messaging?

The plant room: The door was closed to this one, but one of the actors described the engine room⁠—⁠where we see Burt and Irving loving each other—as a plus for above-average work performance. Does this mean that most of the random locations in the hallways are various compensatory experiences for Lumon employees? Maybe the goat room is something you’re meant to enjoy?

Some new affirmations from the wellness room, just for you: Yeah, they recreated that too. “Your outie is knowledgeable about the price of antiques.” “Your outie knows the difference between your and you are.” It’s my new favorite.

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