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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is a show created by Joss Whedon and based on the Marvel Comics organization of the same name. It is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, sharing continuity with the films in that franchise.

Also known as: Marvel's Agents of SHIELD

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60 min.
4.29/5 (553 ratings)
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as Jemma Simmons
as Daisy "Skye" Johnson / Quake
as Melinda May
as Phil Coulson
as Alphonso "Mack" Mackenzie
as Elena "Yo-Yo" Rodriguez
as Grant Ward
as Deke Shaw


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you two just like happy ending series so I dont know why you turned off Stargirl ;)

it was a damp squib really.
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Lovely post to sum it all up, scorpius074. :)
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lighton said:
I really liked 7x7, which I'll always remember as "that 80s episode". :D

So many fun scenes, including ...

... the computer chat and ASCII art/ printer scene, the slightly cheap (how-it-was-done-back-then) first gore scene, the Max Headroom reference, and especially Deke stealing Don't You (Forget About Me). :)

One of my favorite episodes! Without Mack being like he currently is it would have been even better. :cool:

Yeah, I enjoyed 7x07 as well, definitely one of my favs, but my favorite episode overall from this past season is 7x09 As I Have Always Been. IMO, it was well written and well-executed. Possibly the best thing Agents of Shield has ever done and solidified my notion (at the time of watching) that AoS is trying to finish up on a strong note. Especially seeing how the writer's uncertainty of the show's future, at the time, shaped how S5 ended. Whilst this is not the first show, even the first sci-fi show, to embrace the popular Groundhog Day classic (a better comparison might be Star Trek: TNG "Cause and Effect"), IMO this is one of its best renditions and quite possibly the series finest hour.

I thought it was a well-built episode, taking that premise and constructing a series of logical and exciting plot obstacles within it. Moreover, it was also an emotional episode, one that utilizes the time loop concept for something more than just thrilling sci-fi shenanigans, but to illustrate notions of mortality, of love, and of sacrifices that blend the two. Well done, bravo.

I enjoyed AoS's seven-season run for the most part. There were definitely bumps along the way, and things didn't exactly start off with a bang, but overall it was a solid series IMO. This season was okay for me, didn't exactly blow the hinges off, but there were a few episodes that were stellar, and I was thoroughly entertained throughout. I didn't have a problem with the team disbanding either, and there was no mystery to it AFAIC. For me it was simple, it's the end. Thinking outside the scope of the story itself, that was my conclusion once the credits started to roll.

I felt the same way as some_one. In addition, I think having Enoch say, "This will be your last mission together," gave the characters that same insight the cast, crew, writers, and audience had all along. It was never about something that had to be done. It's more about evolving over X amount of years and moving on to that next chapter in your life while keeping the family bond strong. There were a series of individual conversations between certain team members throughout this season that sort of peeled back the layers.

Coulson has always been my leader of S.H.I.E.L.D. (LMD or otherwise). Without him, you don't have a team IMO, and he's going off to even figure out what he wants to do. So, it's up to the audience now to fill in that blank for themselves and decide how they want Coulson's story to continue. His story, even more so than May's, pretty much ended in S5. That was the promise of their relationship right there. What has happened since essentially adds to the layers of their already very complex relationship, and adds to the depth of the love they already have for one another. The showrunners left them at this point, again, as with all of the other characters, for us to use our imaginations on how we feel their stories should carry on.

May is now a professor at Coulson Academy. Like I mentioned earlier, she pretty much got her ending in S5, so what we've witnessed here works as a grace note. I do think her being a professor at Coulson Academy is definitely an indication of her feelings for Coulson, and the importance of continuing his legacy. Becoming a teacher is a fitting end for someone who has always been viewed as a mentor to others throughout AoS.

FitzSimmons were always destined to be together. I'm glad they got their happy ending (for a second time), raising Ayla, and living happily ever after. I'm also glad to see that Mack Fury and Yo-Yo (nice nod to the DC/Marvel Multiverse allusion) are still a thing, both professionally and personally, as well as team members Piper and LMD Agent Davis. My man Deke is now living his dream as a rock God superstar Director of S.H.I.E.L.D.. I wonder if the members of Simple Minds are fans of Mr. D? Lol...

With that said, I kind of liked how subtle Daisy's ending was. There were no sounds of wedding bells in the distance, or "Wait, Kora is a whole new person now"! It's just things are going well with us as a family of sorts. She's built another new family and after feeling so lost in terms of romance and family when she started the series, having her end in a good but not happily ever after place was a pretty nice touch IMO.

Enoch was my favorite character from this season. He and Deke made sacrifices for the better of the team, but my man Enoch made the ultimate one, twice. Much love goes out to both of them.

proteinnerd said:
Really sad to see it end. Overall it was a really entertaining series.

imadsani said:
I thoroughly enjoyed the finale

Agreed. 7 seasons, 136 episodes later, and it all ends here. However, much like the message I received from the two-part finale, life goes on...
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I would like to point out that the prediction was in regard to what was going to happen, not what had to happen.

I think the intended interpretation is quite simply that everyone simply happened to decide to go separate ways and the only prophetic thing about it is that they happened to know about it ahead of time.

Once again: determinism and free will are not opposites.
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CarmarthenLad said:

My only real gripe is why this was the "last time they will be together as a team". It was not explained why they all had to go their seperate ways.

Surely that prediction was fulfilled by

Deke staying behind in the alternate time line to allow the rest of the team to escape it?

Just because 1 of them had to stay behind doesn't mean the entire team had to disband, they killed off quite a number of individual team members through the series but the rest of them stuck together time and time again.

They just didn't explain why the whole team split this particular time...apart from the funding for the series ran out lol
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Wizard said:
I am just glad its finally finished. Should have ended 2 or 3 seasons ago.

really. I think the only naff season was the last one, which was very mixed in its eps. The final eps was rather predictable, with them all going onto bigger and better things. not very imaginative & too comfortable. Atleast wont have to see that muscle man again, he should have been killed off longtime ago, but I suspect he was the nominal black African to satisfy political correctness & keep the black viewers? Things started to go wrong when he appeared on the scene.
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I am just glad its finally finished. Should have ended 2 or 3 seasons ago.
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I thoroughly enjoyed the finale
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proteinnerd said:

My only real gripe is why this was the "last time they will be together as a team". It was not explained why they all had to go their seperate ways.

Surely that prediction was fulfilled by

Deke staying behind in the alternate time line to allow the rest of the team to escape it?