I give them credit, I did not see that twist coming, and it was nice refutation of the standard trope. Something that they were having fun with, in this episode
I loved how both Yoyo and Mack were referencing Hollywood movies as arguments against creating sentient machines, as opposed to simply citing Ultron.
It looks as if Daisy and the new Director are interacting in a more open manner than the rest of the team. I think that this might be because unlike Phil and the others, where their loyalties were assured/assumed, he recognized that Daisy needed convincing, and therefore shouldn't be needlessly jerked around. Also, I like that Gemma got her friend back with Daisy.
The senator and her brother, yeah, that was tragic, and really makes me dislike that senator.
At least now the Director knows that the Senator and the Watchdogs are in cahoots, so he won't be so quick to dismiss anything connected with them as being a "conspiracy theory". I also liked that the Director apologized to Gemma about the bag, and that Daisy and Gemma now have the whole bag-over-head experience to bond over. Finally, it seems that the Director is willing to admit his lapses to his posse(rw?) ... all the more building him up to being a decent fellow, despite his penchant for sycophancy(rw?).
the G-man Himself
Edited by G-man, 13 January 2017 - 01:19 PM.