Two New AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Clips; EP Teases The Big Season Finale Reveals
There are only two episodes of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. left, but the last few episodes have packed in enough action and big reveals to serve as a season finale in their own right. The show has started to win back over folks that gave up on it earlier on, thanks in no small part to the way it completely evolved into something new after Captain America: The Winter Soldier. With Agent Garrett (Bill Paxton) revealed as the Clairvoyant and Agent Ward (Brett Dalton) revealed to be Hydra as well, Coulson and his team have had a lot on their plates. Things are going to get even more explosive in next week’s episode, Ragtag. Two new clips from the story, as well as some interesting teasing by executive producer Jeffrey Bell, have recently hit the web.
Speaking with TV Guide, executive producer Jeffrey Bell teased some of the remaining surprises that are yet to be revealed by the end of the season. Bell said the final two episodes are a “‘Who Survives?’ story and much more. Our show becomes one big landgrab. There are former S.H.I.E.L.D. agents and Hydra cells now scattered all over the world, and no one knows who to trust. That’s a very rich, exciting thing for us to explore as we move forward.” We can also expect to see more about Skye‘s parents, the will-they-or-won’t-they love story between Fitz and Simmons, and the return of Nick Fury. The biggest reveal of all is the true nature of Ward. Bell says, “He may be a good man who was programmed to be bad or a triple agent secretly working with Coulson or exactly what he seems- an evil son of a bitch. By the end of the season, you’ll be able to make your own decision about that.“
The L.A. Times Herocomplex unveiled the first three minutes of next Tuesday’s episode. It seems that we’ll get to see a lot more of Agent Ward‘s backstory and how he came to be recruited by Garrett and Hydra. Ward said he had a troubled childhood, but it seems he wasn’t telling Skye and the rest of the team the whole truth. The official Facebook page for the show posted a lighter, funnier clip that shows off Coulson (Clark Gregg) and May (Ming-Na Wen) trying to infiltrate Cybertek with the help of Fitz and Simmons. What do you think about the two clips? Are you excited to see how they tie everything together?
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