ABC‘s Agents of SHIELD What They Become Review. Marvel’s SHIELD: The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Podcast: Season 2, Episode 10: What They Become is an audio podcast review in which FilmBook contributor Mike Smith discusses his reaction the latest episode of ABC’s Agents of SHIELD.
Agents of SHIELD: Season 2, Episode 10: What They Become‘s plot synopsis (spoilers): “May evades Hydra’s attempt to shoot down the Bus. Ward brings Skye to meet her father, Cal, who explains that her name is Daisy, and that Whitehall killed her mother. Arriving at the Hydra base in San Juan where they are drilling into the temple, Whitehall immobilizes Cal and menaces Skye, but is interrupted as Coulson’s team assaults the base. Coulson kills Whitehall, taking Cal’s chance of vengeance, leading the latter to attack Coulson. Skye shoots Ward and forces Cal to leave, before following Raina and the Diviner into the temple. Agent 33 assists Ward in escaping. Coulson and Triplett race to the temple, with Triplett making it in and Coulson being delayed by Mack, who soon after breaks from the city’s control when the temple closes itself and the Diviner opens, revealing a large crystal. Skye and Raina are encased in cocoons, while Triplett is killed by the Diviner. Skye erupts out of her cocoon as an earthquake shakes the city. Elsewhere, another Diviner reveals to a man with no eyes that “there’s someone new”.”
Agents of SHIELD: Season 2, Episode 10: What They Become stars Clark Gregg, Ming-na Wen, Brett Dalton, Chloe Bennett, Ian de Caestecker, Elizabeth Henstridge, Nick Blood, B.J. Britt, Henry Simmons, Reed Diamond, Adrianne Palicki, Kyle MacLachlan, Patton Oswalt, Reed Diamond, and Ruth Negga.
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