4 Great Moments from Agents of Shield Season 3 Episode 2



The levels of excitement of Marvels Agents of Shield fans touched a new high in the second episode of the new season. The show has already reached to the skies, I guess in the future episodes it will open a new portal leading to the space. It was one of the most thrilling and emotionally fulfilling episode in the history of the show.

Jemma is saved by Fitz:

Fitz was shown to be going insane over the disappearance of Simmons in the last episode, he broke into the chambers in order to discover the truth. He found particles of sand which were over a billion years old according to carbon dating technique, vindicated his stand that Black Obelisk is indeed a portal to a different world breaching time & space continuum. Daisy used her inhuman powers to penetrate through the portal and help brought Jemma back into the Earth.

Team Coulson meets Professor Elliot Randolph:

When Team Coulson discovered that there is a secret portal, they immediately contacted Professor Elliot, an Asgardian who lived on Earth for many years, an expert on Norse mythology, locked up in a Norwegian cell. He took them to the castle in Gloucestershire, England where he saw the ancient Hebrew carving that meant “Death by Punishment”.

Agent Ward is back:

There can’t be a single fan of the show who did’nt cheer when they saw Agent Ward onscreen. He is looking bad ass and sinister than ever. He met the son of Baron Von Strucker, former head of Hydra and is looking to rebuild the organization from the scratch.

Agent May is pondering over whether to go back to her old life:

She is living a normal life with her father after leaving S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Hunter paid a visit to her, and asked her to return to S.H.I.E.L.D. She is still not sure if she wants to go back.

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