3.15 Spacetime

Anushka Mokosh

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Precognition always messes with my head. Malick seems to have gone from trainer to trainee and in the end, he is slowly dwindling into Lichward's lapdog.

Andrew returned and he has a compelling point to make. If Inhuman powers are such that they occur as they are necessary, then it means Lash is just as necessary. Perhaps he will be the one to take out Lichward. Andrew's goodbye to May was quite emotional.

When the team catches sight of Lichward, the reactions are quite what one would expect. I loved when Coulson said that things just got weirder.

The self-fulfilling prophecy strikes as always in the most unexpected of ways. Fitz is always right.

I liked Daisy more when she was Skye.
 

Zulkuss

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When I think about it, Lash's actions are not as unreasonable as they were back at early episodes. Sure, he killed people that were friends of Lincoln, and probably some of those could be made into enemies of HYDRA. At the same time, what were the chances of HYDRA finding them sooner or later and having Hive make them into "believers"? Anyone who could fight him off or joined SHIELD or could survive his attacks (as Alisha, the Ginger Ninja, did) were in the end spared, but others? Is letting Hive making the believers out of them good enough reason to let them live their lives?
 

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