Lady Calypso April 2, 2018 Share April 2, 2018 50 minutes ago, kitlee625 said: Agree with this. There should be some kind of fallout from Fitz going all Evil Fitz back there, but I doubt the show will go that way. Already the writers are moving back towards Good Guy Fitz, with everyone (aside from Daisy) defending him last episode. I see it as similar to Deke, where he's done a lot of bad stuff back at the Lighthouse, but now that he's a FitzSimmons descendant and part of the gang, he's a Good Guy. Does anyone else also think that his characterization changed a lot over these past episodes? Obviously he's got the fish out of water thing going on, but he seems a lot goofier and dorkier these past few episodes. I think Deke's redeeming moment was when he sacrificed himself at the end of the Space Arc. I think that was supposed to be his turning point though, yeah, it was a little too convenient. I do agree that he's gotten dorkier the past few episodes, and I think it's more than him appearing on Earth and it being so new for him, but also because they needed to plant the Fitzsimmons seeds. They really should have been doing that much earlier. For me, Deke is a little easier to understand his actions because of the world he grew up in, and how much different it is than ours. Hell, if I grew to like Raina after everything she's done, I'm ok with liking Deke. I just don't want his actions to be completely wiped away. That's why I need there to be more fallout from Fitz's actions. This is the worst thing an agent has done on this show by far, and the fact that Fitz doesn't show remorse for what he's done shows that he has a long way to go in order to be redeemed. I need characters to actually call him out, more than Daisy, but this show seems to go far, but not far enough. They won't turn their main characters completely evil. Hell, even Ward got stuck on the show for multiple seasons, even after being shown as a bad guy, and then brought back for season 4 because the show liked the actor and wanted him to play a more neutral role. They won't ever go further than this with Fitz, unfortunately. I think the show really misstepped with this move, because they can't follow through. They should, but they won't. 4 Link to comment
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