It's coming to the end now. This mightiness of a show that has grown and molded itself into quite an program that instead of focusing on the superheroes of the stories they focus on the people that stop them. We get to see how their lives are affected by saving the world and what the consequences can have for the world and their fellow team members.
As the team readied themselves to infiltrate Hydra to save Lincoln and Deathlok, my mind became a bit muddled as to how the season finale would wrap everything that is happening with integrity and some awesome action sequences with a dollop of heart and character.
The atmosphere surrounding the team's reunion felt very prominent to everything that has led up to this point because you saw the scars and betrayal behind everyone's eyes.
It highlighted the journey that the team has been on and how one members action can affect everyone else's beliefs on who to trust and who's side they are really on.
Specifically, I was not expecting Simmons to be the one who would take her revenge on Ward so hurriedly and openly.
I thought she would be the one to stop everyone from trying to blow Ward's head off even though she feels exactly the same as them.
I'm guessing that his betrayal was too much for her and the impact that Fitz's brain damage must have had on her two must have influenced her actions hugely.
More so, I've been hearing that there is definitely more to Skye's Mum then has been revealed as I can see how she ever so slightly likes to take control of everyone especially Rayna, now that she knows that her powers can tell the future.
This gives her the upper hand and gives her exactly what she's wanted- to be able to control and manipulate the events of the future for her own advantage. No doubt it is to do with her own mischievous plans.
Ever more, there was a very clear justification for why May was very clearly angry at Coulson for meeting up with her ex-husband without telling her.
It's clear that Coulson's trust means a lot more to her than she lets on and without you can't be much of a team player.
This episode displayed a very intriguing cliffhanger with regards to the sceptre and it's purpose/origins. Could it be something to do with the Avenger's perhaps? Mmmmmmmm.........