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Was “Turn, Turn, Turn” the best episode of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. ever? Ben and Daniel might think so!
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This episode turn, turn, turned! So many twists and turns! So many plot elements and possible spoilers!
This episode's feedback covers “The End of the Beginning,” “Turn, Turn, Turn,” and Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
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Mark Amargo says
Great show and this podcast compliments the series well. Two Comments on this episode: Where did the large round that knocked Garrett come from? I predict that Ward is under some kind of mind control implemented by Garrett, maybe before he joined Coulson’s team. The way they show Ward’s body language and mannerism points mind control, especially the very last scene.
Ben Avery says
If you’re asking about what ended the fight between Coulson and Grrett, it was a device that Fitz had and threw to Coulson. That same device was used in episode 2 by Ward to knock out the bad guys outside the temple.
Re: Ward — mind control, coercion via eye implant, or possibly Ward’s acting as a double agent . . . or, it could be this is just what he has chosen and he’s evil! The possibilities are endless! I know there are many people who are hoping for mind control.
If it IS mind control, it’s kind of funny because in YES MEN he was under mind control, so it would have been DOUBLE mind control for that episode!
Allan Reini says
I’m going to hate myself for going out on a limb like this, as I will look quite foolish when proved wrong, but hey, W2L7 is a magical place where all speculation is welcome, so here goes:
I’m so glad you guys mentioned, in the feedback section, the end of “Fzzt,” when Ward JUMPED OUT OF A FREAKING PLANE to save Simmons. All through the podcast, I was wondering: “What is so important about Simmons, that Ward, IF he truly was a bad guy at the time, would take that kind of risk to save her?” Some Possibilities:
1. As Mark already stated, could Ward be under a mind control trigger that just activated now? If that is true, all the previous heroics were for all the right reasons. If not…
2. Then Simmons must be pretty important to Hydra’s plans, for Ward to take that kind of risk. If memory serves, Garret did seem to indicate to Fitz that he had some use for him. Have they had their eye on Fitzsimmons all along?
Okay, as far as out-on-a-limb goes, that was child’s play–just a warm up. Here’s my real question:
How do you guys know that Vicky Hand is dead? I know that Ward seemed to pull the classic “Two in the chest, one in the head” move, but, either due to the 7C/8E time slot, or some other reason, they never actually showed the last two shots. He just points the gun down and pulls the trigger. If Raylan Givens can quickdraw from across a table and still just miss Boyd Crowder’s heart(see: Justified, Pilot), I would think someone as skilled as Ward, who practically sleeps with his gun, could do the same, with more time to aim. What if Hydra wants Hand alive? What if Ward has a shred of shield agent left in his psyche? I’m probably 100% wrong, but if you guys called this one too early, and Hand returns, I expect a No-Prize!