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Agents of SHIELD Get Together in Episode 7

by Laura Cerroneon January 17, 2018
Episode 7 – Together or Not At All   The team is finally (almost) back together, even if it only lasted for about a half hour. A good quarter into the fifth season, and Agents of SHIELD has continued returning to its roots of being a show about spies, reuniting the Bus Kids (what some […]
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Agents of SHIELD has Fun and Games

by Laura Cerroneon January 7, 2018
Agent of Shield returned after a week holiday break with Fun and Games, the follow-up to their bottle episode Rewind, which chronicled Fitz reuniting with Hunter to track down the team. The episode, directed by Clark Gregg (Coulson!), was one of the best in the series this far. Pulling together the world building work of the earlier episodes, coupled with the addition of Fitz and his rescue mission with Enoch, it gave the show the direction it needed.

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A Life Spent Snags for Agents of SHIELD

by Laura Cerroneon December 9, 2017
Episode 3 – A Life Spent After a jaw-dropping premiere, Agents of SHIELD decided to scale back in scope and focus on solving mysteries, surviving their reality and attempting a rescue mission, all within less than an hour. While one mystery was solves and each agent sans Fitz have lived another day, Daisy’s attempted rescue […]
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Agents of SHIELD Season 5 Premiere is Out of this World

by Laura Cerroneon December 2, 2017
Episodes 1 and 2 – Orientation 1 and Orientation 2 *Spoilers Ahead* The long awaited season five premiere of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD finally blessed us on Friday, December 1. The two hour premiere can be described as a love letter to pop culture, especially recent pop culture. Melding together the playful heroic element that […]

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Emotions, Not Plot, Rescues Agents of SHIELD’s Season 4 Finale

by Laura Cerroneon May 17, 2017
Episode 22 – World’s End If Agents of SHIELD ended during the season finale, it would have been a confusing and difficult place to leave the series. However, that’s not the case for World’s End. The season concluded with more questions than answers, and was propelled by its emotional elements rather than the action.   […]
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Agents of SHIELD Returns to the Real World

by Laura Cerroneon May 10, 2017
Episode 21 – The Return Guess who’s back? Back again. Ghost Rider’s back, tell a friend! Kudos to Eminem for helping us usher in this review of the penultimate episode, The Return. Of course, we knew as early as last week Robbie Reyes was returning to the show, but it was great to see him […]

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Emotions Run High in Agents of SHIELD’s Farewell, Cruel World

by Laura Cerroneon May 3, 2017
Episode 20 – Farewell, Cruel World! In Farewell, Cruel World, the Agents of SHIELD make a play for the backdoor out of the Framework, and while it ends up mostly successful, it yields also moments of hardship, difficulty and loss. Time is running out for both the agents stuck in the Framework and Yo-Yo and […]
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Madame Hydra Takes a Fall in Agents of SHIELD

by Laura Cerroneon April 26, 2017
Episode 19 – All the Madame’s Men With three more episodes left in what has otherwise been a stellar season, All the Madame’s Men fell into Agents of SHIELDs filler trap. While the pawns moved on the board, the running climax diminished at the moment. While action is certainly what kicked off the episode, with […]

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Agents of SHIELD Entertains with No Regrets

by Laura Cerroneon April 19, 2017
Episode 18 – No Regrets Jemma’s old Hydra lab partner doles out Cal’s serum Hyde serum to May to take down Mace. The Framework claimed its second victim, befitting Mace, The Patriot, with a heroic ending. In the same act, his decision also helped May realize that Hydra is indeed bad and help out Daisy, […]

Finding Identities Changed in Agents of SHIELD’s Framework

by Laura Cerroneon April 12, 2017
Things continued to spiral in all different directions in this second installment of the Agents of Hydra/Framework arc. Identity and Change offered up a lot, and a lot of it was heavy, especially on the emotional side.   In the Framework, Aida, or Madame Hydra as she deems herself, discusses with Fitz Project Looking Glass. […]