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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.
ABC and Marvel are considering making a spinoff to “Agents of SHIELD”, but maybe it shouldn’t be about an agent or another group. Here’s my argument for an anthology show.
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.
Commander Gonzalez invades Coulson’s SHIELD. Skye also gets a visitor who lets her know who she can really be.
A mutiny is developing within SHIELD, as a rival thinks Coulson can’t be trusted to run the group. Meanwhile, Skye is sent to a secret hideaway, and Ward and Agent 33 are back to cause serious trouble.
It’s finally here; the two-part episode that will signal the end of “Battlestar Galactica” as we know it. The final chapter for Kara “Starbuck” Thrace, Admiral William Adama, Lee “Apollo” Adama, President Laura Roslin, Colonel Saul Tigh and the rest.
And, wow, do I hate it.
The countdown is on. Maybe it actually began back in January when we knew the final ten episodes of Battlestar Galactica were on their way. Regardless, we knew from the airing of 4×11 that we were on borrowed time.
And apparently, Ron thinks he has an inordinate supply of it.