I thought the power exchanges between the Kree (Kasius, Sinara, and big brother) were interesting, especially given one didn't know just where Sinara's loyalties were going to lie. Apparently, backstabbing is an acceptable practice for advancement in their society, as is competing for good "help". But one thing that confused me was the brother's assertion that Kasius was ruining the Kasius family name. I wish they had actually worked out the Kree naming conventions, and bothered to assign a family/clan name to Kasius and his brother. Even if the name was "Vell".
Anyhoo, our gang is back together, only to split apart again when Flint decides to fight for the people on the Lighthouse. And I loved the reaction of Mack and Yoyo when Fitz told them about the SHIELD tech on level 3. They had discounted the very fact that Fitz reminded them of, which was very human of them.
Also, I liked Daisy's reaction to Flint's power ... and his response to her reaction. I think that between Yoyo, Mack and Daisy, that was just the best set of characters he could've found to help him adjust post-Terrigenesis.
As for the merc, Deke?, unfortunately his own actions prejudiced the team against him. He had proven himself a self-serving opportunist who would betray them for money/favors, and his lying afterwards ... yeah, no real reason to expect him to change, therefore no real reason to trust him, AGAIN, until he's earned it.
As for the closing, apparently Hunter and Bobbi were successful in protecting Robin, who'd be in here eighties, by my reckoning. And given that Enoch did find May, essentially means that Fitz (with the assist from Enoch) managed to save May, preserve Robin and the Zephyr (with the assist from Hunter and Bobbi), rescue Jemma and Daisy, AND supplied Mack and Yoyo with SHIELD-tech (once they can recover it from them bloodsucking aliens), after rejoining the team. Let's face it, Fitz is DA MAN!!!
the G-man Himself
Edited by G-man, 15 January 2018 - 10:43 AM.