Posted 01 February 2017 - 02:20 PM
Well, that certainly was interesting.
Radcliff's approach to mapping the brain to then access the memories of the individual ... that was a new one on me. And the whole "holographic" quantum circuitry just ... yeah, that was awe inspiring.
And I loved the whole Koenig clan. I still think that the whole bringing up the in universe fanfic about Quake was amusing, especially when he tried to backtrack once he thought about just what it was that out there. Then, the whole notion that Sam can't recall what he did, as opposed to Billy, and that these "technicians" were part of an early LMD program.
So, now we have an industrialist, with a penchant for the old ways, and probably a sadist as well, who feels that Coulson is the one responsible for all the extraordinary problems of the world ... I'm guessing that he is wondering at the nature of this person who is called Coulson. I do feel sorry for LMD-May, who was trapped by her programming.
As for Radcliff himself, gotta admit, he is a sympathetic villain who is, at heart, a decent fellow who's gotten way out of his depth as events, and others push their own agendas.
Then the interesting revelation about Fitz's dad -- poor Fitz.
the G-man Himself
Let me strive every moment of my life to make myself better and better, to the best of my ability, so that all may profit by it.
Let me think of the right and lend my assistance to all who may need it, with no regard for anything but justice.
Let me take what comes with a smile, without loss of courage.
Let me be considerate of my country, of my fellow citizens, and my associates in everything I say and do.
Let me do right to all, and wrong no man. -- Doc Savage
Few people want to be moderated, most people see the need for everyone else to be moderated. -- Orpheus