The seventh episode of this season is titled Chaos Theory, and it certainly delivers on the Chaos. The episode opens up with a flashback to May and Andrew off in Hawaii in between seasons two and three. Review and recap Agents of SHIELD Chaos Theory Possible spoilers below It’s tragic to watch as clearly Andrew
After last episode’s detour, episode six “Among Us Hide” brings us right back to where the action left off, after Hunter and May’s confrontation with Ward. Right off the bat they reveal Andrew’s fate, and shockingly he is alive. Yet, the reason for his survival is a twist that no one could have seen coming.
Agents of SHIELD started out as a polarizing show, and slowly grew into an underdog fan favorite. After 4,722 hours, Agents of SHIELD has become absolute must watch television. Review and recap Agents of SHIELD 4,722 Hours Yet it wasn’t a big ensemble episode, or one filled with Marvel easter eggs that made Agents of
Warning this TV review contains spoilers!! Episode Four Agents of SHIELD Devils You Know had two main story-lines that were separate from each other, and didn’t really converge, which worked. One story-line focused on the team’s new relationship with the ATCU and their hunt for the man killing Inhumans, that viewers know is Lash already. The other story,
On the heels of a high-octane episode with some notable returns, the third episode in SHIELD’s third season gave the viewers a quick breather, but still kept the momentum moving forward. The main focus of the episode was the hunt for Lincoln, who has been on the run from the ATCU last we saw him.
The premiere for Agents of SHIELD ended with plenty of questions, and “Purpose in the Machine” was more than happy to answer most of them, and naturally give us some more. The episode picked up right where the premiere left off with Fitz venting all his rage on the monolith. Except now the team rushed
At the end of Season 2 of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, viewers were left with some heavy cliffhangers and the promise of the show diving even further into the realm of Inhumans, and superpowers. At the very least, the season three premiere of SHIELD delivered on the superpowers in a big way. The opening scene
The two-part season finale of Agents of SHIELD made quick and exciting work of what has, thus far, proven to be a sub par plot line. The main issues that plagued this season, pacing and focus, were resolved, if only for this two hour stretch. What gleamed through is the S.H.I.E.L.D. of old, where quips
Agents of SHIELD Scars – the last episode before a two-parter season finale – gave us a little bit more action and excitement than has become the norm in the second season, however the result was still sub-par and makes us question if this is a show that will continue to be worth watching as
Continuing in a less than exciting vein, S.H.I.E.L.D. sets the stage for the new Avengers movie in a pretty obvious way. Hydra is back on the scene in a major way, even though the “Big Bad” of this season has generally been ambiguous and polymorphous. Is it Ward? Is it Coulson? Is it Faux S.H.I.E.L.D.?