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The last episode in the first season of "The Last of Us" (The Last of Us) left viewers around the world exactly at the point where the creators of the series, and the game, wanted to leave them, which is more or less wondering what they would have done in Pedro Pascal's place, and in words little more than spoilers - Can the world still be saved, and if so, then how the hell?
A few days after the broadcast, and in what looks from the outside like a perfect storm that puts Pascal at the center of the world and everything that is actually important right now, the answers become clear, and they are very simple - a universe with Pascal deserves saving, and the way there, it turns out, goes through his coffee cup.
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One of the funniest scenes in TLOU pits Ellie (the wonderful Bella Ramsay) against the morning smell of brewed coffee.
She reacts as we all would, probably, after two decades of an epidemic, and with what appears to be the remains of melted coffee that somehow survived them, for all that is implied.
"What, you don't like coffee?" wonders Joel-Pascal.
Now, a caffeinated morning walk of its own is making its rounds of virality, not to mention breaking Tiktok, and the entire web.
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"Daddy owes his coffee."
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A chance and very cheap encounter left a hilarious record of Pascal clutching his Starbucks order like it was the last cup of coffee in the world, but the fan documenting (@alexafromspace on TikTok) went home, did some research (and zoom-in), and left all her followers a gift.
Well, Pascal's order is an iced coffee in a giant Venti glass, with added ice and no less than six shots of espresso.
Quantification of all this story led to about 384 milligrams of caffeine in the cup in question (about 60 and a few milligrams per shot), slightly less (but very slightly) than the maximum amount per day, above which the stimulant may lead to harmful side effects.
"400 milligrams of caffeine per day is about four or five cups," concluded a past warning from the American FDA, but even without it, this order aroused quite a bit of curiosity, and reactions.
"Is everyone sure his heart will take it?" wondered one TikTok user, while his counterpart recounted how the barista once "indulged" him with six whips instead of three, causing him to "
Alexa herself signed the video in the only way possible.
"Daddy has to have his coffee every morning to carry the whole world on his shoulders," she explained, "and the fans too."
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