Personally think she's Daisy JohnsonBurnouts3s3 said:I'm really loving Fitz this season. Even when he's 'damaged' as he calls himself, he shows he can be very dangerous when driven to extremes.
Skye being She-Hulk seems pldausible to me.
I actually really liked her reaction of just leaving because it's what Skye would do if she were actually considering Ward rationally and not emotionally. Ward knows her inside and out; he's been shockingly honest, straight forward, and seems like he might actually regret his actions, but he's still the guy that betrayed them all without their even suspecting and to suddenly offer her everything she wants with the caveat that she has to let him out is way too suspicious for her to even entertain the notion. Even though she knows it's probably bullshit, Skye was still quite obviously shaken by the temptation.Kenjitsuka said:"...or it would have been, had ABC's promotions for the episode not been spoiling it at every opportunity since last week. Oh, well."
Did not see those, but come on... that was SUPER obvious either way!!!
No mention of Blizzard's end? Clearly he's just... on ice (sigh). How can the entire law enforcement not find him?
And btw, since he is a human AND covered in ICE he would FLOAT on top of the water! But nooooo, he's sinking because of magic.
The Kraken and Faustus sound interesting.
Any word on if that is just a regular fit bit? Some upcoming Apple version of fitness tracker?
I found the reaction of Skye quite stupid; breaking the law, trying to hack SHIELD all because she NEEDS to know her origin SOOOOO badly. And then Ward is like; Hey, I totes know where your dad is! She takes off because the stupid plot needs her to not know about daddy yet! It's not like it would have been possible to say: "I'm listening, Ward...", and then fade out before he speaks up.
Like that Fitz is getting a tad better! He deserves it!
Based on Gill's reaction when he recognized Suit Guy, I assumed it was a part of his brainwashing kicking back into gear. Familiar face triggers associated memories, which likely had a hotline right to his reprogramming. But that could just be me projecting how my own brain works onto the character.Sniper Team 4 said:I didn't understand why Blizzard didn't just reach out and freeze the suit guy. He was within easy striking distance. I get that it would have ruined the show, but still...I like it when cocky bad guys like him get taken down because of their pride.
Probably one of the biggest side benefits of being a cord cutter is an immunity to marketing-induced spoilers, for which I am endlessly grateful.MovieBob said:...or it would have been, had ABC's promotions for the episode not been spoiling it at every opportunity since last week. Oh, well