This week, it’s revealed Aida really made the Framework so she could be a real girl. Meanwhile, a dead HYDRA agent is back, but Ward and his crew have a signal they’ll make sure won’t be stopped.
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.
The second half of Agents of SHIELD is filled with secrets, fear, and threats that may be more dangerous than HYDRA.
Things that were buried get unearthed in this week’s episode. Whitehall’s secret to youth is shown, and it’s connected to someone in SHIELD. Grant Ward confronts his senator brother over what really happened at the Well. Coulson tries to find the hidden city with the help of a button, a watch and Fitz, and finally meets Skye’s father.
The meaning of those strange alien markings Coulson’s been carving is finally revealed. Meanwhile, Ward leads the SHIELD crew on a merry chase that ends in a meeting with HYDRA, with a surprising result.
Simmons’ cover is blown, Skye learns more about her father and how dangerous he really is, and a shocking alliance is forged.
Both HYDRA and SHIELD use some fancy moves to get a 500 year old painting that has some interesting alien markings, while Fitz has to stop an attempt to destroy SHIELD’s bus…if he can only explain how it can be done.
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