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Marvel's Agents of SHIELD - SPOILERS!


#281

Ah yeah, that’s true, I forgot about that one :smile:

Sure, I guess they could do a GR mini to replace the Carter one.


#282

#283

Then again he may not have. Who knows? Not us.


#284

Okay, that was a lot of fun. I have really been enjoying Ghost Rider this season.


#285

yup, i really liked some of the changes that happened in the last episode. Jemma, fitz, Mac, robbie, May, and Ada.


#286

So what do we think the Darkhold did to Ada, and what Ada was doing at the end? I assume she was rewriting her programming. These people don’t learn from Ultron, do they? .

Also - who do we think is the mysterious Inhuman?


#287

i think the more important question is what is that mysterious organization that has him?


#288

Scorpio, or AIM.

Possible ScorpiAIM.

I am wondering if we’ll see Chthon this season - given the Darkhold, and Ghost Rider to a lesser extent.


#289

I’m not sure if they told us in the episode or not or it was something I read, but he’s supposed to be the Senator’s brother .

Whether he’s a known Inhuman character or not, I don’t think we’ve been given enough to guess yet.


#290

#291

Yep, they’re gonna do a Jocasta thing.


#292

I was a bit disappointed with the winter finale. The resolution felt like they had run out of steam and budget. The ending didn’t feel rushed - it felt anticlimactic. Overall, the Ghost Rider arc was good but it could have used more GR in a flaming vehicle driving around chasing bad guys. I know there are budget constraints but it felt like it needed more. It was cool to see Mace suited up though.

As to the post-credits bit:

An evil killer robot and May literally getting duped.

Again.

I can’t say I’m excited for LMD. I hope they do something interesting and different and not have it turn into Age of Ultron Extra Lite.


#293

I was wondering if they could have stretched the scene with Robbie punctured on a little longer. Two more minutes and it could have been a complete episode. And did people change personalities much?


#294

#295

I like the reference to Haig, which was probably what Captain America or Peggy Carter would drink - a very popular blend in the 40s and 50s, and the choice of many soldiers at that time. A bottle would probably set you back about $500 bucks or so nowadays.

You can see how old the bottles are here.

The same company make Dimple, which I occasionally drink, but an original Haig is much better because it’s non-chill filtered. Dimple is probably the only decent chill-filtered scotch, so I can only imagine how rich it would be without the filtering.


#296

That is a nice reference. “Don’t be vague, ask for Haig,” it’s the preferred choice of Spitfire pilots!

Haig is very tasty, and I think it’s the oldest whisky in the world.


#297

That’s not an uncommon claim though - there’s a few whiskys that purport to bear that title :hushed:


#298

I don’t believe you. :hushed: There’s a story about Haig’s great-great-great someone or other being done for distilling on a Sunday in the mid-1600s.


#299

:yum:

That’s every distillers story!


#300

I know. :stuck_out_tongue: But only the ones that got caught and, if they didn’t, they’d probably claim that they did in order to have a distillers’ story.