This week, it’s revealed why Fitz is evil in the Framework, Jemma learns reality is relative, a face from the past returns, and May gets a super-serum to battle Mace. It ends with the loss of an agent, and a surprising decision by another.
Jemma’s heart gets broken as Fitz (the Framework version) does something unspeakable this week that shows no one is safe in the Framework. Mac also returns with the daughter he had lost, and makes a tough choice he quickly regrets.
Could Jed Whedon come up with an episode that would stun his famous brother? Yes, he can, as Fitz and Simmons try to figure out who to trust, as they are surrounded by LMDs. The episode features great drama, intense fighting, stunning twists, and an old friend poised to return.
SHIELD heads to Russia to find Director Mace, while it’s revealed a past mission with May and Coulson is just part of the reason why the Superior wants him eliminated. However, a big twist reveals the real threat.
A new Inhuman is revealed. Coulson searches for the woman who inspired Radcliffe to make Aida.
This week, Agent May is determined to escape from Radcliffe and Aida, but can she? Meanwhile, a plan by Coulson to spy on Senator Nadeer hits a big snag that dents the group’s image.
This week, things are not what they seem as Radcliffe’s LMD copy of May has the crew fooled. Also, Mace is worried when the briefcase he carries with him is missing after an attack. Coulson finds out how it’s connected to a big secret about the director.
Agents of SHIELD presents a digital series featuring its speediest agent, Elena Rodriguez, hoping to avenge the death of her cousin. It should tide fans over until the current season returns next month.
The agents have a showdown with Eli, who has a bomb that could take out all of Los Angeles. However, what happens does more to set up story lines for the second half of the season.
Coulson, Fitz and Robbie find themselves in between dimensions, while the Ghost Rider decides to enter a new body. It leads to several big secrets being revealed. Simmons, meanwhile, looks at someone in a terregenesis cocoon and tries to hatch him out.