Kidding, kidding. The big question in this scene is why Thor is asking Loki for help.
After all, he's only tried to kill him about a bagillion times by this point.
Still, we love the line: "When you betray me."
It's not "If" but "When."
Thor's finally starting to understand his brother, which is nice.
But seriously, we love Tom Hiddleston. It's so good to see him back.
And as Joss Whedon loves a bad guy gone good (Angel, Spike, Illyria in
), we wonder if we're being set up to see Loki as a hero with edge in
Or perhaps he'll get a redemptive death in
The Dark World
, throwing himself onto Thor to save his life.
Or perhaps he'll snarkily betray Thor. Again.