But Skye yeah referring to her as Daisy's not going to work for me, at least not for the moment is adamant on making this work, so she and Mack goes off to find Lincoln, who's working as a doctor and wants nothing to do with the Inhumans. Simmons is alive, though, and while I have no clue about Marvel comics beyond the most basic, I guess it'll be entertaining to see how this all ties together. It introduces the new status quo, shows off some impressive stuff especially for Skye-Daisy and Fitz, and introduces a bunch of new characters. Not only that, but it turned also seems to have turned some people in his home to stone, and destroyed many parts of his home. I wonder if we'll see Ellis or his successor in Civil War? Fitz opens the briefcase, revealing that he brought the disks that had been used to dispatch of Bakshi in the previous season, and had almost killed General Talbot as well, rendering all of its victims into tiny particles of atom. Also nice to know who that grumpy cat mug belongs to, it was on one of the shelves of the base's kitchen last season.
. Or is 'death' literal and we're actually exploring Marvel's hell? Of course, it ends up being for naught since inside this mysterious parchment was a single Hebrew word meaning death, and we get a heartfelt scene between Coulson and a desperate Fitz, as Coulson logically tells Fitz to move on and kind of talks about how they need to contact Simmons's family and whatnot. There will be a separate thread made to discuss the promo and comments about it will be removed from this thread. I'm glad that I stuck with this show and gave it a chance. He even is the one who helped Daisy herself transition and accept her powers. I mean, it's not like Skye is emotionally unstable when she first came out as an Inhuman oh wait.
Also, fish oil gives you metal melting powers. I guess this arc for him will be reverse table from what Daisy went through. Definitely jarring, but I like it. I do think I prefer this particular season premiere episode, though that's hardly a point docked off the Flash. And finally we cut off to the end of the episode, where Simmons is running around with torn-up clothes on some weird desert land that's apparently in space. Bobbi's temporarily relegated to a support role with the science team owing to her injury from the end of season 2, though honestly the tension with Hunter is easily the weakest point in this episode. Is it one of the Asgardian realms? So I guess Daisy will be showing Lincoln the way, huh? As he tells people who are running away from him, he is trying to get to the hospital.
We get nice scenes of Coulson talking to both Skye and Bobbi; Coulson snarking about his new cybernetic arm cool effects on that, too ; the odd little friendship of Bobbi being buddies with Fitz who I don't think she even had a scene with last season ; Bobbi herself recovering and having some unresolved tension with Hunter which is honestly getting old ; Skye and Mack talking to Joey; Coulson's scene with Rosalind. I did continue to watch, though, and I am glad that I did. Or will Lash take him out the moment he steps into nature? Now, he believes that Inhumanity is a curse and that Daisy, of all people, should know that. Also, let's talk about Mack for a bit. The story lines are getting tighter as the show goes on. Also, yeah, it's great that Skye is using her name Daisy in the show which does raise a lot of nice implications about her character growth, how she's changed over two seasons, how she's accepted her Inhuman self and how she's the incarnation of the Marvel comics character Quake. Simmons, meanwhile, is on a desolate alien planet.
They crack jokes — as heroes seem to often do in order to relax the atmosphere — by saying that Mack is a big softie, a big teddy bear, whereas Daisy is the real muscle I mean, given her powers, and all that. He reveals to us that Fitz has been gone for awhile, requesting to research archives here and there, and going on leads, so frantic is he to find out what happened to Jemma and how to bring her back. Instead, letting him take his time to find all these leads will help him cope. Feel free to message us moderators if you have suggestions or concerns about these. Also, the return of the President, talking about keeping these superhumans in check? According to my subtitles anyway , and his interlocutors are not impressed, saying that they can speak and understand English. The actor did a brilliant job of this.
And after 4 movies and 2 seasons, he finally lost the suit. It's this new dude Lash, and he sorta kinda looks like Blackheart from the Marvel comics. Following that, Mack and Daisy go and meet with Joey once again. Plus Coulson and Fitz briefly mention Pym particles from Ant-Man as one of the possible things that might happen to Simmons. Rosalind reveals that she has done a lot of research and knows that Coulson was supposed to be dead. He insists on leaving, but then, he is exposed to what the public and media are saying about him.
Upon understanding his situation, Joey laughs. Nothing feels normal to him. Obama's press secretary Carney, I believe shows up at the end of Avengers, so I assume Obama was president then, until specified otherwise. Also, as each character develops, there are questions raised that keep me coming back each week for answers. He says 'is anyone else having trouble getting used to that' so that Mack can tell him 'Nope just you, everyone else moved on.
Here he seems to have gotten over his racist xenophobia, and his anger to Lincoln is less about him being a half-alien and more because he lightning-blasted some of Mack's buddies during last season's finale. What I'm worried about is that we've already kind of done this 'knight templar military organization' thing before with General Talbott and Robert Gonzales, so we might be retreading old ground. And we get a nice, carnal scene as Fitz, bereft of all hope, just shotgun-blasts the monolith's casing and just tries to probably kill himself or get himself to where Simmons is. Meanwhile, Mack is meeting with a graphics designer? But there's this mysterious military organization apparently hunting Inhumans, something that Coulson and Hunter manage to track down throughout the episode. Each week, the characters are developing and the chemistry between the actors is getting better.
Together, Daisy and he attempt to explain that, given the nature of his abilities, even if he gained control over his abilities, he would need to be mentally stable enough to never use them unless he absolutely needed to, before they can release him to the world. Just as Joey melts everything — even their guns — around him, he runs to hide inside of an alley, where they pursue him. It only incapacitates them for a few moments, though, since they rapidly go after him. It is turning out to be a great ensemble action show that I hope will last a long time. Definitely loving this new superhero-themed angle we're having, too.
Joey nods, as if he understood what she meant, but I wonder at the level of his involvement later on… Will he appear often from now on? Lash goes unnamed other than in solicitations and just looks like this scary dreadlocked beast-man thing that can apparently just create giant holes and doors and walls on stuff. She first believed her abilities were a curse, after all, until he showed her the way. Without listening to reason, Joey repeats that he wants to get out, even grabbing Daisy by the arms, thus making her use her powers for the first time against him. Fitz wants a really old scroll casing that could contain studies or properties on the monolith, made in the Yucatan. When Agent Daisy Johnson struggles to explain to Gutierrez their In human heritage, activated by exposure to the recently released compound Terrigen, she seeks the help of Lincoln Campbell, who taught her but now wants to live a normal life. Meanwhile, SkyeDaisy's attempts to make a new team of Secret Warriors is kind of put on hold because dr.