Every time I watch the trailer and I see the trio of tall statues, I keep thinking I'm seeing "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil" until I pause it and see all three statues are exactly the same. I'm curious if there's any regarding those statues and whether it's something that's explain. Or if I'm just seeing something that isn't anything. Stupid by whose standards? Needed by whose standards? Owen Wilson's Mobius specifically says that the TVA "protect the proper flow of time" and also says that Loki taking the Tesseract "broke reality." By their own standards, Thanos' Snap is that proper flow of time, despite the dire consequences, because it happened without any outside temporal forces (and remained so for five years). Loki's actions, which weren't even premeditated, suggests that the Avengers' active removal of the Infinity Stones would also break reality. As for Cap returning them, at what point does the TVA know that Cap successfully did that? It becomes a question of temporal mechanics and how the TVA perceives what happens when and which was is the correct way. And how they define as "correct."