It's interesting that Mack's daughter is there, but not his wife.
He finally got to be the hero that he always wanted to be, but he had to die for it. His death turned things around, though-- I think it was seeing him sacrifice himself to save a bunch of kids that got through to May. I hated to see him go, though, because he had developed into a really great character.
So the thing that Aida fixed for Fitz was his father, which I think comes as a shock to no one. It's kind of ironic. For Mace, nature beats nurture, but for Fitz, it's nurture that killed his nature. I wonder if they will bring him out of it-- or if it will follow him into the real world.
So Radcliffe has a backdoor to the Framework and he's giving it to Daisy-- I think we should definitely assume that HYDRA is listening in on their conversation, especially in light of how Daisy ended up in that predicament to begin with?
Cardie, on 19 April 2017 - 02:06 PM, said:
That doesn't quite compute, since one can die in real life and not die in the Mat- Framework.
I've been thinking the same thing. At first I thought it was because the physical bodies were in an induced coma, but Radcliffe was conscious.