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The Good Place Points refers to a series of TikTok videos where TikTokers announce things they've done that would increase or decrease their chances of getting into heaven. The videos, which became popular in April 2020, are based on the NBC sitcom The Good Place. In The Good Place universe people are judged after death by the amount of negative or positive points acquired during their life with their actions. In the TikTok videos, TikTokers directly reference the show using the The Good Place theme song.
On April 7th, 2020, TikToker doofenshmirtz48 uploaded the earliest known example of a TikTok Good Place Points video using the sound clip "original sound – kayl_juice" which is the show's theme song composed by David Schwartz. The video indicated that she lost points for telling a professor an assignment she forgot about is late because of the time difference" (shown below). The video gained over 34,400 likes in 21 days.
On April 7th, 2020, TikToker jewishbobduncan uploaded her variation explaining that she ran a scam and lost points (shown below, left). The video garnered over 42,700 likes in 21 days. On April 17th, TikToker wahmeko claimed she gained points for not damaging her hair during quarantine and received over 63,000 likes in 11 days (shown below, center). On April 19th, TikToker Joey Heitzmann ·uploaded a variation where his points increased adding the text "Preventing the birth of a serial killer" and captioned "POV: you’re leaving a guys house after a gr!ndr hu and your good place score goes up" (shown below, right). The video garnered over 76,300 likes in nine days.
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