The show feels strange without May, but not necessarily in a bad way - I was just eerily aware of the lack of her presence that's probably just me being attached to her character though. Recap By on Sep 30, 2015 In a household, fish pills lie on the counter. 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. And the million dólar question: where is Jemma? There are certainly reasons to be afraid, and there are certainly Inhumans who should be feared, but they don't represent the whole race. The closest we've come was perhaps when he was put in close proximity to Ward last season, but even that couldn't really compare to the raw emotion of that scene. When it was released in the ecosystem in the fish oil supplements, there should have been biotransformations and fatalities, but none of the latter have been reported yet.
It wasn't perfect, but it was solid. This women knows a lot. 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. The thing I noticed most is how monotone the color palette was in the episode, not the biggest problem for a show to have; it could still have more style though. I hope she returns soon.
You know, all the big stuff. Fitz, meanwhile, is just being a boss and just travelling around hunting down archaeological clues about the monolith, going up to a radical group in Middle East and just owning that confrontation by fooling them with splinter bombs a nice callback to their usages in season two before smoothly walking out with that parchment he needs. No one wants to have the talk with him, that Jemma is most likely dead, so they should just let him lead. For sure that show didn't disappoint me as a follow everything that happen In last night show was what I expect from a 3 season from Marvel. It is going to have a flavor for every taste.
So quit trying to co-opt it or make it into something it's not. Gotham and its stupid batcave can learn a thing or two from this. I can already feel the chemistry there and it is great development for his character. Please do something to make him more interesting, show. We're finally getting to all the actiony good stuff. Thank you for knowing me better than I know myself, Agents of S. Speaking of things tying together, we get some nice little subtle nods to the Marvel movies.
And it's not like we needed another reason to talk about how solid an asset Iain De Caestecker is for this show—he's truly its secret weapon—but the closing scene in which he screamed and dared the monolith to do something was a side of Fitz we've never really seen before. That and the reference to Age of Ultron still feel a little too on-the-nose and weird. He was comfortable and happy and he wasn't looking to put himself back in another closet because he was now also Inhuman. But there's this mysterious military organization apparently hunting Inhumans, something that Coulson and Hunter manage to track down throughout the episode. Why even bother to make Clark Gregg the series' lead anymore? He is stopped by vehicles of armed men. But whether or not it will continue to be is something that can only be judged on the other side. Not everything is an activist message hidden in coded speak.
The characters continue to tug at my heartstrings in a good way oh Fitz my sweet summer child , the plot continues to thicken, and the production is really, really great on this! Lincoln charges in, shooting lightning bolts in order to defend himself, and Daisy jumping in with her own powers when it seems like Lash is getting the upper hand I must say that Lincoln using his powers over electricity looked a bit less… cool, especially when he uses it for too long a period. In terms of plot, like I said, this first episode had a lot to continue and establish. Meanwhile, Coulson is seen taking shots of her among other people who are taking pictures of what has happened — probably to post them on their social media outlets. Definitely loving this new superhero-themed angle we're having, too. One of the nine realms? Reminds me of Fred being in Pylea on Angel. Can't wait to see the answer! I do think I prefer this particular season premiere episode, though that's hardly a point docked off the Flash.
I really hope that this season prove to those that still not believing in the program that it is worthy watching this since season one. But the Inhumans aren't just a metaphor for gay men and women, they're an obvious stand in for anyone anywhere who's ever been discriminated against based on what makes them an individual, be it their race, gender, sexual orientation, stance on whether Ward is capable of redemption, etc. It was refreshing to see the new bad guys were far from the greatest threat our heroes will have to face this time around, too. Do that and I'd be willing to overlook his miraculous recovery. Also, I do love how we don't spend the entire premiere having Fitz trying to figure out what happens to Simmons, and just straight up jumps into what the characters are doing about the cliffhanger instead of re-iterating the cliffhanger. Also I can see Hydra coming back with Ward looking for revenge.
I was gonna say that for Star Wars Rebels they don't do that to me, then I remembered they just have me do in-person screenings. I think the show is now fully what people wanted during season one. What is this show trying to achieve? But right now it doesn't seem like there's too much to worry about, especially with Mack and probably Lincoln joining Daisy's storyline. That and the reference to Age of Ultron still feel a little too on-the-nose and weird. I give the pilot an A-! I'm not sure how you would have an event like an entire nation albeit a tiny one fall out of the sky, and nobody talks about it. However, as Morse explains in the third season, the crystals melted in the water, leaving the metal behind, making the fish oil inert to all, except of course, the inhumans.
Looking forward to this coming week. As always, he provided a nice bit of levity to more stressful situations, but he's also not to be underestimated. It's the backbone, the one constant that allows the series to evolve without also losing its shape. That shotgun-ax line was definitely fun, though. The screeners don't have the coming attractions, right? Instead, letting him take his time to find all these leads will help him cope. 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.