Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

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Season 2 : Episode 6

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Based on Marvel's fictional government organization, S.H.I.E.L.D.  It shows that not all heroes have to be super.

Agent Phil Coulson (The Avengers) recruits a new team to go into the field and handle any cases involving the strange and the bizarre. Accompanying him are solo field agent Grant Ward, field agent turned desk jockey Melinda May, and British scientists Leo Fitz and Gemma Simmons. Coulson soon recruits a civilian computer hacker known only as Skye, a mystery woman with an unknown past.

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  • Good Episode

    9.0
    I loved this episode because it gave us a break from all the serious things and I found that it was very funny but also showed us that there is still some serious things to come. LOVED IT!!!!! :D
  • Good start

    10
    I feel that Season 2 has come back with a good start, but feel that to much attention is being put on the over all season story.



  • Free show Ideas

    10
    I really like this show, so I'm willing to give them a few really good ideas to revive the show for free.



    *SPOILER ALERT* if you haven't watched the latest episode.



    I know that right now, the show is laying out some ground work to set up for the "big plot"(I think it's supposed to be when Skye meets her father), but they have to do more to keep viewers interested.



    Here are some subplot ideas to keep things interesting:

    -Ward Escapes from the BUS and becomes another threat to SHIELD.

    -Flowers (Reyna) dies as per one of the prophecies (she is killed by protecting Skye, or is used as a plot device to lead to Skye's

    -Simmons is hypnotized by Hydra and is placed back into SHIELD.

    -Fitz's brain starts working properly again after being captured by Hydra (they use a prototype of the caterpillar project serum on So, now he feels a part of Hydra's team instead of SHIELD.

    -Skye makes contact with her father unknowingly (like in a cafe or a mission) or her father starts to do his own dirty work, and the real shadowed "villain" that Reyna is talking to isn't Skye's father (only a stand

    -Coulson becomes suspicious of an unidentifiable enemy, only to find out that it's him carrying out the prophecy he has carved out unknowingly.

    -Peterson reappears, but it is unclear who he is working with or what his motives are.



    I still have hope for this series, but they just have to move the plot faster. Action/Thriller plots usually move faster than dramas to propel the action sequences, so Marvel's Agents of Shield has to stop dragging their sub-plots, and give the viewers a littler more clarity and resolutions subplot-wise. Not every episode should be a cliff-hanger. Good luck SHIELD Agents, I'm rooting for you!moreless
  • Strike the "tender" moments and earn another star.

    6.5
    The producers should know better than to waste viewer time with pregnant moments of tenderness between the cast. Nobody cares! This show works best as an action thriller, not a soapy dystopian dirge wanna-be. If Coulson loses it, fine. I don't really care. If Fitz stutters one more time I'm throwing a toaster at the computer. That Ward is locked up somewhere below deck is irrelevant to me. The only thing holding this show together is May and her fighting sequences. In fact, nothing in this show works but the action sequences, which is why they should continue scripting them no matter what the hell it costs. If not, the show's over. Early on in the series, I had much better things to say. You're off course. Fix it.moreless
  • Agents of Shield is so disappointing

    2.0
    I can't even wrap my head around how this tv show does not make any sense with what is going on in the Cinematic universe. First of all, Agents of Shield's team .. is a joke, the handful of people they have on the team doesn't even look like they can be on the field. The theme behind this show is terrible, one second they are trying to be serious and another second they are joking, within the same scene. The writers on this show is terrible, they should have cancelled this last season, cause I only think it is getting worse. Not only does this agent of shield tv show feel so different from everything else. They just have their hands tied down from the movies that come out in Theater.



    So disappointed with the show.

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  • HI, MOCKINGBIRD!

    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. "A Hen in the Wolf House" Review: A Family Man

    Easily the best episode of Season 2 so far, "A Hen in the Wolf House" introduced Mockingbird, provided insight into Skye's mysterious origins, and tugged at our heartstrings. It was nearly perfect.

  • COULSON AND THE GANG

    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. "I Will Face My Enemy" Review: May vs. May

    A lighter episode that called to mind Season 1's spy missions, "Face My Enemy" made a concerted effort to explore the alien scribbles Coulson's been carving into his walls, while May took on someone who looked familiar.

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