I'm pretty sure they were infiltrated by Zodiac too. When Blake was teamed up with May he did something a little off that was intended to sound like weak flirting, but sounded more like it was a Zodiac code drop to see if May was a member, or not. Blake was the one that fingered Coulson as a Hydra Agent too, and since Hand was probably already suspicious he was just making it harder for the good guys to know who they should and shouldn't have watching their backs.MovieBob said:by Odin, it's astonishing that only one evil terrorist organization infiltrated and took S.H.I.E.L.D. over, when you think about it...
Agreed. I can't get the fact that he shot so many people, especially those two guys in the back of the head, and then just made a casual joke about it, out of my head.Namechangeday said:For me, killing Ward is not enough anymore. He deserves worse, like having to live in a empty room with a hidden speaker playing screaming noises for 24 hours worse.
Personally, I think they did the series a major injustice by putting it against CBS's juggernauts NCIS and NCIS: LA I think it would have done better in a night that doesn't have a major ratings generator already.Kumagawa Misogi said:Okay final ratings for this episode are out and it's a 2.1/6 with 5.52 viewers
A small boost from last week but still only tied 14th out of 18 for rating and 16th out of 18 for viewers.
This series is finally going some were but it looks like too little too late with only 4 episodes left and no 2nd season announced.
That's because Blizzard didn't get sent off to The Fridge - he's at the The Sandbox.MovieBob said:Didn't see Blizzard escaping along with the others at The Fridge. I hope he shows up, though I understand how Graviton will be a more immediately dangerous foe.
I doubt it. That's too many twists, it would be really weak if they actually have that planned, and I think there's plenty of evidence to the contrary.Gailim said:Triplet is clearly hydra
The only reason anyone trusts him is because Simmons keeps speaking up for him. But why does she trust him? Because of that little show he put on for Victoria Hand, but think about it... while your average Hydra goon might not know all of the leadership of Hydra, Triplett, the right hand of the clairvoyant certainly does. So when Victoria Hand bursts in claiming to be Hydra he would immediately know what was really going on.
Ward even spelled out what he's doing, with his story about why he really jumped out of the plane. A self sacrifice ploy to gain trust