Ruby is set to embrace her supposed destiny as Destroyer of Worlds, but it winds up going very wrong. Also, Talbot’s mission involves kidnapping an important person. A major death, and why it happens, will make things even worse
At last, Ruby had her confrontation with Daisy. However, it convinces Ruby she should stop at nothing to become the Destroyer of Worlds. Meanwhile, Fitz and Simmons spend their honeymoon time trying to find HYDRA weapons, and May tells Coulson something unexpected.
SHIELD is lost without Coulson, even when it tries to find him. Daisy tries to use Robin the Seer while three agents use their “invincibility” to free Fitz and have him find their boss. Also, General Hale is out of uniform, and two familiar faces pop up.
This week, there’s some doubt who are the real heroes.
Stress from trying to seal the crack in reality is getting to Fitz. His dark side from the Framework appears, demanding he “finish” what they started.It winds up showing SHIELD is cracking in their efforts to save Earth.
Meanwhile, Coulson finally meets General Hale. who claims she’s trying to save Earth from SHIELD. The final scene hints she could be wrong.
SHIELD needs more gravatonium to hold back the crack in reality, and they get someone who is an old friend of Mack’s to help out. Also, Ruby makes a new “friend” and Deke shows he’s more helpful than anyone expected.
This time Jess battles her past, especially the last person she ever thought she’d see again.
It’s the 100th episode of Agents of SHIELD, a time for celebration….except for a few things like an agent who could be dying and an explosion that causes a very dangerous hole. It also brings back some blasts from the past, including a very welcome one. Oh, and something happens that was a long time […]
The agents return to 2018 to discover they’re being hunted by the cops and General Hale, but a surprise arrival may cause a lot of trouble.
It’s also revealed Hale has a daughter, who isn’t like most girls.
Long live the King!
Black Panther has been a smash hit thanks to an excellent story and fine performances led by Chadwick Boseman