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Video TV Review: AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 1, Episode 15: Yes Men

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ABC‘s Agents of SHIELD Yes Men TV Show Review. This Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 1, Episode 15: Yes Men TV show review is in video form utilizing the trailer promo for the episode.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 1, Episode 15: Yes Men‘s plot synopsis (spoilers): “Continuing from the previous episode, Lorelei ditches her previous victim for a biker whose gang she enslaves for her plans to create an army. While talking to Skye, who has finally awoken from her coma, the team is summoned by May to investigate an energy reading in the desert consistent with the imminent arrival of an Asgardian. They encounter Lady Sif (Jaimie Alexander), who has come to Earth seeking Lorelei. Reuniting with Coulson, she explains that Lorelei escaped imprisonment in Asgard during the attack of the Dark Elves and that to reverse her power to control the minds of men, she must fit a special collar around Lorelei’s neck that prevents her from speaking. The team and Sif travel to the biker bar Lorelei is using as a hideout, but during the battle, Lorelei enchants Ward and escapes with him. They go to Las Vegas, where Lorelei and Ward have sex in a hotel room, but when Coulson, Sif and a S.H.I.E.L.D. team catch up, the two are nowhere to be found. They realize too late that Ward and Lorelei, planning to eliminate any threats to Lorelei’s rule, have commandeered the Bus with help from an enchanted Fitz, who locks Sif in the interrogation room and imprisons Simmons in Skye’s recovery room. Coulson, pretending to be under Lorelei’s power as well, learns of Simmons’ location and frees her. Lorelei encounters May and claims that Ward revealed to her that despite their sexual relationship, his heart is with someone other than May. Simmons and Skye help trick Lorelei into entering the interrogation room, where Sif confronts her; while they fight, May is forced to do battle with Ward. Sif finally manages to disarm Lorelei, and despite Lorelei’s attempts to get Sif to kill her, Sif fixes the collar to Lorelei’s neck, undoing her enchantment on Ward and Fitz. In the conclusion, Sif thanks Coulson for the team’s aid and says that she will bring Lorelei back to Asgard on Odin’s orders, while May ends her relationship with Ward. Coulson goes to Skye and confesses that he discovered the drug used to revive them both was alien in origin based on his own suspicions and information provided by Sif. Despite how disturbed Coulson is by this fact, Skye remains optimistic, and Coulson swears that they will get answers, beginning by tracking down the Clairvoyant once and for all. He orders Skye to keep the origin of the drug a secret until Nick Fury gives them the truth. In the final scene, it is revealed that May, who actually knew the truth of Coulson’s resurrection all along, is secretly monitoring him. She picks up a secure phone line and tells the party on the other end that ‘Coulson knows.'”

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Season 1, Episode 15: Yes Men starred Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Brett Dalton, Chloe Bennet, Ian de Caestecker, Elizabeth Henstridge, Jaimie Alexander, Elena Satine, and Maximiliano Hernandez.

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