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AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.: Episode 3.16: Paradise Lost: Trailer & Clip [ABC]

Brett Dalton Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Paradise Lost

TV show trailer & clip for ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Paradise Lost. The parasite is officially out of the bag, as Coulson (Clark Gregg) & Co. stew over the Ghost of Ward (Brett Dalton) past, even as Malick (Powers Boothe) gets an eyeful of the Ghoul of Ward present.

Okay, so I guess I’m taking back the Ward as pretty-boy version of Hive – it looks like we will at least be getting a quick look (budget) at Hive’s source form. Personally, I’m hoping for all the wriggly-disgusting glory, and not just some cheap, Asari-like knock-off. Either way, it looks to be one more wagging thing in Malick’s face, to keep that buyer’s remorse tapping away at him.

Buyer’s remorse of a different kind come to Daisy & Lincoln (Chloe Bennet, Luke Mitchell), after Lincoln takes them shopping for some old acquaintance (Axle Whitehead) assistance. Said acquaintance comes with a surprising amount of doomsday prep; but may be in store for some pretty shocking surprises of his own.

Ah, but wait, there’s more. Somewhere in all the promo whiz-bang is an old school throwdown, between May (Ming-Na Wen) & Giyera (Mark Dacascos). For me, this won’t just be May getting into a boss-fight (where she belongs), but Mark Dacascos finally being allowed to show what he can do. I’ll put it to you this way: the guy has been wasted on ‘hands free’ powers.

‘Paradise Lost’ features Iain De Caestecker, Elizabeth Henstridge, Henry Simmons, Mark Atteberry, Cameron Palatas, and Bethany Joy Lenz. It airs Tuesday, Apr. 12, at 9:00pm EST, on ABC.

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