This overlap feels more organic than the last one, even though it’s not all that funny, nor is it trying to be. It’s one of those bits where our heroine knew the answer to her problem all along, but didn’t know that she knew it until she saw a version of that problem happening to someone else.

Yeah, sometimes fantasy kind of confers its own authority to beings powerful enough to be above the protagonists. It’s kind of like in Doctor Strange where, as first-time viewers, we assume the Ancient One is morally perfect until being told otherwise. The mystics have some demands on them that we may not fully understand, and their culture has not fully prepared them for their current circumstances. But that doesn’t mean Frigg isn’t right.

Frankly, Cliff and Gravedust are just astonished she was even paying attention.