After seven seasons and 136 episodes, Marvels Agents of SHIELD has finally pertained to an end. This final season saw the team travel through time, then fight Chronicoms and HYDRA in a new timeline that quickly went off the rails.
Thats a huge task in and of itself, but the finale is successful thanks to doing what the show is best at: being totally ridiculous, but totally earnest.
Behold, the deus Fitz machina
Theyre still in 1983 and theres absolutely nothing left of SHIELD but their group and a mangy group of survivors. The good news is that their Chronicom friend Enoch (RIP) left pieces of a gadget with various SHIELD representatives over the decades, and when assembled together, brings the genius right to his buddies.
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By the finale, it was time to deal with their Chronicom danger back house. The Agents understand they cant leave this timeline to suffer, so they do the next finest thing: utilize their ships time drive to bring the opponent fleet back with them to 2019 via the Quantum Realm.
Its thanks to the particular powers of Melinda May and Kora– Daisys sis who passed away in the initial timeline, however who is really much alive in the new one– that the Chronicoms stop assaulting. Its tacky, but it also honors Enochs memory, as he considered the Agents his good friends and household.
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With a lot time travel and the usage of the Quantum Realm, this season feels a lot like Agents of SHIELDs version of Avengers: Endgame. Going into the ending, it wouldve been reasonable to presume that one or 2 of the Agents would sacrifice themselves to conserve everyone else.
Whether its Fitz and Simmons retiring to raise Alya or Daisy traveling through space with Kora and Sousa, the program chuckles at the concept of bittersweet endings. Hes decides to travel the world in his flying car, Lola. (Except Deke, gladly leading SHIELD in the other timeline.).
Much of the MCU feels like research, and SHIELD definitely did at times. However like all tasks, the very best moments come from the coworkers and what you do together. And if youre great enough buddies, youll constantly keep in touch, even if among you is on the other end of the galaxy.
Farewell, Agents of SHIELD. Thanks for the memories and the shotgun axes.
Theyre still in 1983 and theres absolutely nothing left of SHIELD however their group and a mangy group of survivors. The only hope lies in Leo Fitz, who the Chronicoms and Nathaniel Malick know is capable of stopping their plans, but hes been MIA all season and Simmons cant remember where or when he is due to the fact that she and Enoch quelched all her memories of him. The great news is that their Chronicom pal Enoch (RIP) left pieces of a gadget with various SHIELD representatives over the years, and when assembled together, brings the genius right to his pals.
(Except Deke, happily leading SHIELD in the other timeline.).
Much of the MCU feels like homework, and SHIELD definitely did at times.