Wednesday, April 26, 2017

TV REVIEW: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (SEASON FOUR, EPISODE NINETEEN)

TV REVIEW

AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.

SEASON FOUR, EPISODE NINETEEN- "ALL THE MADAME'S MEN"

Well, there's an old face.

The man you are looking at above is Sunsil Bakhsh (spelling??), a henchmen in Daniel Whitehall's HYDRA in the real world. He died long ago, and now of course he turns up into The Framework. He's a news anchor man, kinda like Bill O'Reilly or Bill Maher if those men were completely evil. He doesn't play a huge role in this episode, but it was interesting to see him. Its been interesting to see a glimpse into this world that could have been.

With that said, it was pretty cool to watch Melinda May take her spot back with the heroes and it was equally entertaining to watch Daisy flex those Inhuman quake muscles once again. She blew Aida's personality in The Framework out of the window. In a shootout that just may remind you a bit of "Die Hard," it may also remind you a bit of "The Matrix." Or perhaps even a little bit of both. No matter what it reminds or doesn't remind you of, it was pretty cool. It was also quite satisfying watching that evil Aida fall out of a building.

Sadly, that bit of satisfaction was short-lived.  It turns out that the big plan of Madame Hydra is there is a machine being built in the real world that will allow Aida to travel from the real world to the Framework. It doesn't matter if she has a physical form or not, she will be pretty much everywhere. Our heroes will be trapped in The Framework, unable to get out and it won't matter where Aida is and why. That's quite a scary thought, especially since that Fitz is totally lost in The Framework, not a chance in becoming himself ever again. This sad realization just seems like incredibly sinister. This is quite possibly the most evil plan a bad guy has pulled off in this show, and its crazy because it just might work. I love it.

I should have never had second thoughts on this third part of this season, because its working wonders.

What did everyone else think?

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