New AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Clip, Synopsis, And The Safety Pamphlet For The Bus

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agents of shield bannerEven though Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. took a dip in the ratings with its second episode, it seems everyone is buzzing about Nick Fury‘s cameo. After that surprise ABC has let it be known that fans will want to stay tuned after the credits for each and every episode of the series. I’m sure we’ll see a few more cameos here and there, but what other treats they have in store remains to be seen. While we wait to see what’s coming up, Marvel has released a synopsis for the fifth episode entitled Girl in the Flower Dress. Coulson and his ragtag team will be on the hunt for a man with an “unusual and dangerous power.” You can read the synopsis below to see if you can sniff out any comic book connections.

Along with the new synopsis, the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Facebook page posted a brief clip from next week’s episode. We saw Agent Ward agree to take Skye on as his protege in episode 2 and now their first bit of training begins. Speaking of episode 2, Marvel also released the Bus safety pamphlet Skye was given when she first came aboard. You can click the two diagrams below to expand. What do you think about the latest batch of S.H.I.E.L.D. news? Don’t forget to tune in for the latest S.H.I.E.L.D. podcast later this week.

Girl in the Flower Dress – An elusive girl in a flower dress may hold the key to the mystery that brings Coulson and team to Asia to rescue a young man with an unusual and dangerous power; and Skye has a secret that jeopardizes her relationship with the team right when they need her most.

Guest starring are Louis Changchien as Renshu Tseng; Ruth Negga as Raina; Austin Nichols as Miles Lydo. Girl In The Flower Dress was written by Brent Fletcher and directed by Jesse Bochco.

 


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