Quiite an interesting little episode. Coulson actually killed Ward (gotta hand it to him-- haha), but now the entity seems to have possessed Ward. Judging from Will's condition, the entity can't heal a dead body or restore it to life, so Ward's undead days are probably numbered. Good way to kill the character but keep the actor working. No problem there. I have nothing against the actor.
So Will was a real person when Gemma was there, which means she wasn't shacking up with an evil entity. That's good. But he's dead now, which may be a complication in her relationship with Fitz. Now he will never know who she would have ultimately chosen. I do, but he will never be sure.
Mack makes a great boss-- and he knows how to pull off an escape by the skin of his teeth. But, since Zombie Ward returned to Earth, they must have had to leave the mini-Monoliths behind, which may turn out to be a tactical error. They should go back for them as quickly as possible, because HYDRA sure will. I hope we revisit that planet soon, because the ruins and the planet's history are both very interesting.
And Andrew is on the loose. I think Gemma will be harboring some guilt over letting him go free.
G-man, on 09 December 2015 - 09:39 AM, said:
I loved Hunter's pithy summation of SHIELD's SOP: You make a plan, it turns to rubbish, then you make another plan.
Hunter cracks me up. Lincoln: "What if the hellbeast comes through the portal?" Hunter: "I can't speak for anyone else, but I'm going to run."
However, they are still pushing the whole Daisy-Lincoln attraction which I am still no feeling. There's far more chemistry between Daisy and Mack, than there is between her and Lincoln.
I think Mack has chemistry with everybody. It bugs me that he hasn't had any scenes with Fitz this year. The reason I like him so much is that he was the one who helped Fitz when he was struggling with brain damage. Everyone else was awkward and avoiding him, but Mack gave him tough love and helped him get it together.