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know your onions

“Know Your Onions” Adds A Few Layers To “Agents Of SHIELD”

And then that was it for the 1930s. The Chronicoms move on with SHIELD hot on their trail. It will undoubtedly come into play that Enoch was left behind. He ends up working with Koenig (Patton Oswald), possibly beginning an explanation as to why there are so many Koenigs in the future. Could Koenig be a new Chronicom himself? Could it be him that is ultimately responsible for the continued existence of SHIELD? “Know Your Onions” doesn’t tell us, but we’ll find out if he pops up in the next time destination.

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Agents of SHIELD – The Sign And New Life Review

The ending of ‘New Life,’ the second part of the ‘Agents of SHIELD’ season conclusion almost explains the rushed feeling of the season finale this year.  It’s almost as if the writers just wanted to hurry and finish the Shrike threads so they could get to what will be fully revealed in season 7.  Not a bad […]

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Agents Of SHIELD – Leap Review

Ok, I know it’s my own fault.  I often watch ‘Agents of SHIELD’ and promptly forget the details of each episode, not to mention entire seasons.  That is part of what makes watching things like ‘Doctor Who’ fun – I’m not really hung up on the continuity, so when things don’t line up it doesn’t bother me […]

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Collision Course Part Two Closes Out The First Half of Agents of SHIELD But Leaves More Intriguing Questions

I’ve said it before with this show and it shines through again in ‘Collision Course Part Two’: SHIELD works best when the whole team is together.  Separate them off across the universe and something just feels off.  So when the team does reunite by the midseason conclusion (well, this episode would have served that purpose if […]

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The Agents Are On A Collision Course As The Shrike Storyline Comes Together

Reviewing part one of a two-part episode always feels a bit empty.  Questions that are raised will undoubtedly be answered in part two, and the reactions you have might be unjustified by then.  And of course, while the episode is probably action packed – you do have to get viewers back for part two – […]

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‘Toldja’ Reveals The Threat Of This Season Of SHIELD

Sarge, the Phil Coulson look-alike who is all cold and hard and killy, further revealed himself not to be the threat of this season of ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’ in ‘Toldja’.  One might question why he couldn’t help the team with their Shrike problem earlier, but he does help rescue May and Yo-Yo who were trapped on the […]

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‘Code Yellow’ And ‘The Other Thing’ Move Agents Of SHIELD Right To The Point

If my previous reviews of season 6 have seemed a little impatient with ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’, then the review of these two episodes should make up for that.  This show has always had a pattern of introducing a big idea and then not really giving viewers any breadcrumbs to find their way to what is going […]

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Fear And Loathing On The Planet Of Kitson Elevates SHIELD To A New High

I said it a lot last season and this episode holds the idea up even further; ‘S.H.I.E.L.D.’ works best the more the team is tied together.  That isn’t to say the first few episodes of the season haven’t worked.  In comparison to ‘Fear and Loathing on the Planet of Kitson’, they do move along a little […]

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Agents Of SHIELD Misses Its Window Of Opportunity

I was really hoping with a new shortened season of ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ we’d see less of the filler episodes.  You know, the episodes that don’t really give away much of the plot but are there to fill the obligatory 24 episode per season requirement?  Sadly, ‘Window of Opportunity’ is exactly one of these kinds of episodes.  […]

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Missing A Few Pieces Agents Of SHIELD Returns

‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’, the little show that shouldn’t but just keeps going, has returned for its sixth season with ‘Missing Pieces’.  I don’t mean anything bad by saying it shouldn’t keep going, quite the opposite really.  The show has received little support from ABC.  The network has bounced the show all over the schedule, landing seeming […]

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