Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by OMEGAPRIME1983, Nov 27, 2012.
Probably left SHIELD because they didn't save
That has been the problem of the last two seasons.
I was wondering the same thing. Let's hope next season will not be centered on a hunt for her.
Life model duplicate
Well that ending kinda sucked... But now LMD's are officially in the MCU.
So who is Aida?
That was a decent series finale (for me unless they find another way to keep Brett on the show).
My guess - Life model decoy of the best SHIELD agent ever... Peggy Carter. They can cancel her show, because she will be on Agents of SHIELD.
Agree. Jumped the shark tonight.
They can cancel her show because the actress is doing another series for ABC.
Though how long it's going to last ....I don't know
After watching the trailer ....which gives away the entire first episode's plot including apparently the ending of the episode.
So why would I need to watch it.
I'd be happier if they followed the comics and had the DUMDUM Dugan LMD.
Nah, King Shark was on Flash!
Of course, all those fish tabs out there could've produced a sharkinhuman somewhere.
Wow, is S4 going to be nothing but emo Daisy? Because that sounds like a horrible idea.
Do like the doctor guy is now on the team somewhat though, he seems fun.
Well one things for sure, Inhumans are no longer going to be the theme anymore. Looks like things are going to take a turn for the robotic. With HYDRA now officially gone as well, I'm looking forward to seeing what other threats will come in next season.
Eh... he's just doing a crazy, medical Batiatus!!
Emo Daisy is what I'm fearing.
"He likes animals"......Daisy just set her dad up with that lady? Also who did Coulson dig the machine thing out for?
"I always wanted to do this, 'Help me Obiwan Kenobi. You're my only hope.'"
That time jump was interesting. Hopefully, the show explains what happened in the six month time jump when it picks up next fall.
Anyways, Lincoln and Hive’s deaths were an interesting way to end both of their stories. Having them watch the Earth from the Quinjet was nice touch. Enemies watching the Earth from space together makes it feel like we could relate to them.
The minute Lincoln got hit and started bleeding, I knew he would be the “Fallen Agent.” Also, I think his talk with Coulson about becoming a SHIELD Agent I might have helped give it away.
Regarding though who was going to fall, at first it felt obvious; but when the others showed up on the Zephyr One, that made the identity that much more interesting.
Also, I laughed hard when I saw Mack with the Axe/Shootgun combo. That’s at least one good reason not to make Mack the “Fallen Agent.” I think when I rewatch this second half later, Mack unveiling his Axe/Shotgun might be just as awesome a second time.
The only problem I had with the “Fallen Agent” thing was that they had Joey as a possible loss, but he was never in the episode to begin with. Just a strange thing to do when he was never going to show up.
Oh, and one more thing, this finale is the last time the six starting cast members where all in one area (although not in the same place).
The show definitely had me guessing until that scene happened before the Quinjet scene. I don't find it predicable since we know three things about who was going to fall.
I definitely got that idea when Coulson entered the room. It definitely was a nice nod to films, except the film had a happy ending. SHIELD killed a character.
That definitely was another great moment. It definitely works with Tatoonie line from Coulson during the winter finale.
I don't think Daisy going emo is going to last long. I might give it until the winter finale that she changes back to normal.
Some of the Daisy stuff felt off to me for sure, but I still really enjoyed the finale and the season overall. I'm glad it looks like John Hannah is going to be sticking around (you have to worry about guest stars when they killed off Lucy Lawless's character after one episode). I think the first half of the season is the best this show has ever been. It was tense, and it really used Ward well as the leader of Hydra. The second half of the season was a bit weaker in comparison, but I liked it more than the SHIELD vs SHIELD storyline that brought down the second half of last season.
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