ottoDbusdriver April 26, 2015 Share April 26, 2015 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 2, episode 19 spells out exactly how the conflicts of the show will impact the Avengers – and even why it all happens in the first place. Unless Fitz accidentally discovers Tony Stark's Ultron AI and releases it onto the Internet, I don't see how anything SHIELD/RealSHIELD does will trigger all the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron. Because that would kind of suck that AoS is a prerequisite for viewing the movie. Maybe whatever Gonzales has in the cargo hold of the aircraft carrier is Ultron. Dun, dun, dun, dun !!!!! </snark> Yes, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 2, episode 19 does include a “reunion” of the show’s “original six,” as it were. Coulson, May, Skye, Fitz, Simmons, and Ward do go on a mission together, and they do manage to work as a team. (Mostly.) I guess this means that: A) Coulson gets away from RealSHIELD, after surrendering them at the end of last episode B) Skye somehow escapes from the Afterlife compound, which I find hard to believe since she can't do it without Gordon's help especially since he seems to know where she is at all times and C) May changes sides from RealSHIELD and probably escapes with The Bus and Coulson -- and somehow they all manage to congregate at the same location to head off on 'the mission'. All of which sounds pretty lame. Not everybody makes it out of Team Coulson’s mission alive – and it’s pretty shocking to see exactly what goes down. I doubt it will be anyone from the Original Six, and it won't be Bobbi or Hunter because of the spinoff, so watch to see if Mike Peterson puts on a red shirt. Or maybe Mac. I doubt it will be as "shocking" as the promo monkeys think (remember that Skye getting her powers was pumped as the monumental event in TV history or some other bullshit by Entertainment Weekly). Since they have already shown that death isn't really a permanent thing in the MCU, saying some is definitely going to die doesn't mean anything. Especially as their vastly divergent goals threaten to poke holes in their trusted officers – and even S.H.I.E.L.D. itself. Exactly which SHIELD will have trusted officers with holes poked in them -- Coulson's SHIELD or RealSHIELD ? And will they use a pointy stick to do this poking of holes. I think something is missing from that sentence. Someone switches sides – sort of That seems to happen every episode, so no big deal. Link to comment
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