When was the last time anyone saw a tag-team match with four dead guys?
I mean, that has to put you on notice.
And, right off; Patton’s an LMD. He initially said he was playing Call of Duty with his brother, so he’s the “Larry Young” of the MCU. Like I was Deathlok and in Cable and an adjutant in Ennis and Robertson’s Fury, so’s Patton in the TV show. That’s a hilarious bit, the same guy showing up everywhere.
But, boy, this: “I can do anything.” by Garrett. That one leaves it on the table, doesn’t it? Even when we get Coulson vaporizing him for the Whedon joke, that one still makes you wonder. I’m betting he’s still around.
But, wait. I’m getting ahead of myself.
“These pods are built to be compatible with all S.H.I.E.L.D. aircraft, submarines, spacecraft.” We’re going to see S.W.O.R.D. next season, I know we will.
Joss’ reputation for killing characters actually created a sense of dread for Fitz/Simmons you wouldn’t ordinarily have for contracted cast members. Fitz is alive, but he wasn’t added in at the victory lap at the end. That’s near enough, audience-wise.
Man, I love that Bill Paxton is chewing up the scenery. I hope Garrett isn’t dead-dead, because this guy is the shit. It would scrape my gourd if he showed up in Guardians of the Galaxy.
“Sir, I bring the noise and the funk whereEVER I go.” Tripplett has gone from Generic Handsome Guy to Dude in his Own Right in one line. Can’t wait to see where that guy goes in Season Two. The world is going to change.
Nick Fury. Love to see him; miss the eyepatch. “I understand you’re involved with a dispute I may want to weigh in on.”
I’m going to keep talking about this show; hope you keep reading.