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Darryl Jacobson is Thor's former roommate and reluctant teammate, who was also the roommate of the Grandmaster following Thor's departure.
After the Battle of Sokovia, Thor decided to take some time off and went to Australia, where he and Darryl began rooming together. Darryl and Thor had a mostly amicable relationship, however, was often annoyed or inconvenienced by things such as Thor leaving his hammer in the middle of a room, making it impossible for Darryl to sweep or Thor showing up at his place of work.
When the time to pay rent came around, Thor attempted to pay with Asgardian currency, but Darryl said it was worthless, despite Thor insisting that each coin is worth "a bazillion human dollars." Darryl suggests that Thor gets a job, but Thor simply laughs it off, saying that saving the world is his job.
Meeting the Grandmaster
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Surviving "The Snap"
Darryl survived Thanos's culling of half of all life in the universe, but many of his co-workers died, resulting in Darryl working overtime in their place. On his birthday, he sent his former roommate Thor a message detailing the dysfunction that followed in his workplace.