John Hannah is rapidly becoming very good value. Daisy is beginning to be slightly annoying, I was kinda rooting for her to be out (sorry). Enjoyed it though. Good season, after the utter confusion of series two.And there goes season 3 of SHIELD, the best so far I think. Wasn't a great ending, though, Sk- er, Daisy spent the whole episode crying which wasn't very becoming, and because of that she's apparently a baddie in season 4 (you can tell by her new Goth look). Liked John Hannah, he was this season's Kyle MacLachlan.
In some ways, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is more the story of Daisy than it is anything else. I lose interest in characters too when they're just miserable all the time, childishly dwelling on things, but I was hoping the show would get past that, and hopefully it will next series. And I love Daisy's new look.John Hannah is rapidly becoming very good value. Daisy is beginning to be slightly annoying, I was kinda rooting for her to be out (sorry). Enjoyed it though. Good season, after the utter confusion of series two.
Ditto.And I love Daisy's new look.
Ditto.But I'm sick of blinking HYDRA now.
I don't mind per se, but at this stage they really need to engage more strongly with character driven stuff. We'll need human interest to keep watching, we've all seen the effects now. There's plenty of Coulson and 'The Calvary's' back story to be explored as well as Gemma/Fitz. Let's keep it people centric not effects centric, otherwise why watch it?And fewer inhumans.
As far as I can remember,So many questions thrown-up at the end of that episode....
I haven't seen Civil War yet, but I'm guessing at least one of them is answered in that.
"Check in with the Director". Did he mean Fury?
They did drop that bit sharpish after they decided to blow him up with his nuclear device. I thought Joss Whedon had final say on all the scripts? Did he not like that bit, then?I thought Ward could only be killed by that object that the Aussie Ghost Rider knock off, gave him