While last week’s “Agents of SHIELD” featured a big battle between SHIELD and Inhumans, a closer look shows that every important decision was done out of love. This is my take on it.
The final battle between the Inhumans and SHIELD puts Skye in the middle, wondering which side she should take. Meanwhile, Ward and Kara have a job to do.
Dichen Lachman took some time to talk to Whedonopolis about her experiences on “Agents of SHIELD”, and her character’s big decision on last night’s episode.
SHIELD finally meets the Inhumans at Afterlife, but they don’t trust each other. It will lead to a fateful meeting, with a regrettable consequence.
Coulson meets with Gonzales about a plan to attack a HYDRA base to save Lincoln and Mike Peterson. It also means trusting Ward a little longer.
Fitz is happy to be reunited with Coulson and Mike Peterson, until he finds out Ward is helping them (maybe) to keep HYDRA from getting powered people. Also, Skye hopes for a new start with her father.
When is being called “the Cavalry” a badge of shame? The true story of Melinda May will answer that question. Also, Coulson’s true intentions are being questioned, and Skye learns the truth about her guide.
The agents are split on whether to be loyal to Coulson or SHIELD…and whether Gonzalez truly represents SHIELD. Skye is taken to the Inhumans’ secret lair, and gets a big surprise. Two other people make surprising returns.
SHIELD turns to a psychologist to understand how to handle Skye’s powers, while Cal gets a gang together to strike back against Coulson. Mack also tells Hunter who he’s really working for.
Not too long ago, Skye was considered to be the future of SHIELD. Now, she’s considered by some to be a dangerous threat. It’s not her fault, yet it could be her undeserved fate.