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Marvel’s S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Agents of SHIELD Podcast S2E2 – Heavy is the Head

Ming-Na Wen Agents of SHIELD Heavy is the Head

ABC‘s Agents of SHIELD Heavy is the Head Review. Marvel’s SHIELD: The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Podcast: Season 2, Episode 2: Heavy is the Head 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 2: Heavy is the Head‘s plot synopsis: “Hunted and running out of solutions, Coulson puts his team right in the line of fire in the hopes of saving them all. But with General Talbot, Hydra and Creel all on the attack, can they possibly survive? Meanwhile, a mysterious Doctor harbors some dangerous secrets that could destroy one of our core team members.”

Agents of SHIELD: Season 2, Episode 2: Heavy is the Head stars Clark Gregg, Ming-na Wen, Brett Dalton, Chloe Bennett, Ian de Caestecker, Elizabeth Henstridge, Nick Blood, B.J. Britt, Adrian Pasdar, Henry Simmons, Ruth Negga, Kyle MacLachlan, and Brian Patrick Wade.

Watch or listen to Marvel’s SHIELD: The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Podcast: Season 2, Episode 2: Heavy is the Head below and leave your thoughts on it and the upcoming season below in the comments section. For more Agents of SHIELD photos, videos, and information, visit our Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Page, subscribe to us by Email, “follow” us on Twitter, Tumblr, or “like” us on Facebook.


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Michael Smith

Mike Smith is an avid filmgoer from New York who loves to hear his own voice - luckily his work as a podcaster on FilmBook allows him to do just that. Mike graduated from The College of Saint Rose in Albany with a degree in communications, and is ready to dole out critical analysis of all your pop culture fixations. Mike is the host of FilmBookCast and can frequently be seen at his local movie theater, patiently explaining to his friends that Superman Returns is a misunderstood masterpiece.

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