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The Harrow Detail In Moon Knight Episode 5 That Has Fans Scratching Their Heads

Contains spoilers for "Moon Knight" Season 1, Episode 5

The Disney+ series "Moon Knight" is as mysterious and fascinating as the dark side of any lunar surface, delighting viewers with the punchy tale of Marc Spector (Oscar Isaac), a mercenary with dissociative identity disorder who shares his body and life with his alter, mild-mannered gift shop employee Steven Grant. Once Steven discovers Marc's existence, the two quickly have to learn to get along, which for Steven means learning everything he needs to know about Marc's life at a speedrun, while Marc has to keep Steven from freaking out too hard about what's been going on while he was proverbially sleeping.

The villain in the series is Arthur Harrow (Ethan Hawke), cult leader extraordinaire and the previous avatar of the Egyptian god Khonshu (F. Murray Abraham). Harrow would do absolutely anything to convince Marc to embrace his worst qualities and join the dark side, just as Harrow himself has, but instead, Marc, Khonshu, and Steven all become Harrow's fiercest foes.

Speaking of Harrow, the most recent episode of the show has fans scratching their heads when it comes to a small detail they noticed about him.

Where did Harrow get his degree from?

As pointed out by some eagle-eyed fans on Reddit, Harrow's college degree lacks a signatory school, among other things. "It just says 'Degree in Psychology'. He also graduated Dec 13th 2011 if that means anything," noted u/i-amnot-a-robot-. As u/mcwfan notes, this means that Harrow got his degree around the time of the events of "Iron Man 2," "The Incredible Hulk," and "Thor," although the exact date has yet to spark any further connections.

The blankness of Harrow's certificate definitely wasn't a problem for the sometimes very continuity-intense MCU fans posting on the thread. Some of them had a lot of fun with the existence of the generally blank certificate. "Proud graduate of Hewlett-Packard U," joked u/bobsil1.

Will fans ever find out who dared to give Arthur Harrow a college degree? They'll have to tune in to the upcoming "Moon Knight" season finale on May 4 to find out.