Lobsel Vith April 7, 2018 Share April 7, 2018 Just now, tessaray said: Yeah, I realized my error in a later post. I understand why you felt something was off, though, and you're not alone in feeling that way. I suspect, if there weren't budget issues, that the pods wouldn't be so stretched out. It is odd that so little time is given to May and Daisy, though; you'd think they couldn't explored Daisy's trauma more (after what Fitz did to her), or delved more into May dealing with losing time to a robotic doppleganger and where things stand now with Coulson (especially since it would've made her line about Coulson and her taking a "step back" make more sense if this is a relationship that they intend to explore) rather than how they've been approaching things. It reminds me of Luke Mitchell talking about the writers having more characters than they knew how to properly service, although he phrased it much more diplomatically. 29 minutes ago, mary2013 said: Anyone else find it strange that Deke said the exact same thing, word for word, to Fitz and Simmons about Daisy being a hard ass? As if he's trying to undermine Daisy? And he mentioned again about playing the long game. I think he's up to something. I just don't know if he's trying to change the future, or keep it as is or he might not exist. Some of Deke's lines (particularly about Daisy, including the one in reference to what Fitz did) make him sound malevolent. If he turns out to be a villain (or an antagonist), it would certainly make more use of him than simply having him as an Easter Egg to FitzSimmons, particularly when he serves no real purpose outside of that (particularly since he's just there taking up time and space). 3 Link to comment
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