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Holy Shirt! Have You Heard About ‘The Good Place’ Chrome Extension?

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If you’re a fan of NBC’s The Good Place or just want to have all the internet’s obscenities replaced with similar sounding everyday words, Google Chrome has an extension for you.

Leading up to its third season premiere Sept. 27, The Good Place Chrome extension brings favorite characters to your browser, sends you to the Good Place with new windows, and reminds users that you can stream the first season on Netflix.

What Are The Forking Features?

The most Good Place feature that will make any fans giggle is the obscenity filter. Just try not chuckling while scrolling through Twitter with the extension enabled and reading phrases like “bullshirt” or “son of a bench” in normal sentences.

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The Good Place’s omnipotent helping hand Janet takes over for Google to aid in your searches with Ask Janet in The Google Place. Also, upvotes and downvotes are replaced on YouTube by your ability to send a video to either the Good Place or the Bad Place, figuratively of course.

Ending Up In The Bad Place

Any new tab or window opened in Chrome will randomly generate a homepage based on the Good Place, the Bad Place or Earth. Within these windows, you’ll be visited by a Good Place character, given a weather report, shown an item on your schedule, and read a message explaining the place you’re in.

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Dealing with unending fire and a college improv night in the Bad Place? No worries, just refresh your window to get double rainbows in the Good Place or to watch wedding fail videos on Earth.

The Joy Of Missing Out

In addition to the funny features, the Chrome extension also has a productivity reminder that will encourage you to take a break from your computer after either 30 minutes, an hour or two hours.

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It will tell you, “The internet is a direct portal to the Bad Place. Take a break before it’s too late.” But between alerts, you can enjoy The Good Place extension to your heart’s content, available in the Chrome Web Store.

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