Oh man, I was really in the second half of this week agents of S.H.I.E.L.D . – like, sat on the edge of my seat and everything. And then … it just ended?
We had knocked FitzSimmons' attempt to delay the inevitable with the repair work on the particle infusion chamber – until Ruby effectively hurried the "lovable" scientists through the whaling on Fitz, with Simmons as the next for a fight.
Then, as soon as the machine was finished and the headstrong Ruby insisted on merging with the gravitonium, well-grounded horror stories were condemned the girl shook, rattled and roared in the chamber, consuming only eight percent of the Dope before she cried uncle. What had she become? How powerful would she be? How merciless would she continue to beat Arch Rival Daisy?
The answers, however, disappointed. Rubin had Quinn and Hall's voices in her head, as did Carl Creel. And she showed a certain levitation power ̵
Washed down by life, Ruby's body drifted off the ground before "bursting" and emitting an impulse of … something throughout the land. (I thought she might shake the earth in her explosive death, though that did not seem to be the case.) Meanwhile, General Hale disappeared in the same outburst and later reappeared at the alien rendezvous. She called to her contact and reported that she had got the gravitonium in her hands, which apparently the bald-headed guy wanted in the shade.
I wonder if we have seen Ruby's last. Did she really die or became so powerful that she now exists on another level? On the other hand, the lack of a "bonus" scene this week has brought an end to my bow, and we're now going into a final mini-pod for the final stretch of the season.
Elsewhere in the episode:
* OK, Deke was hysterical mostly because of Mack's growing and unrestrained desperation with the nonsense of the future and his lovesickness, (19659004) * Coulson wanted to continue his conversation with May, in which she expressed her love. But she said all she had to say, and her urgent mission came first, she made it clear.
* In defense of Yo-Yo's aforementioned actions, had returned from her killing of Ivanov quite strengthened and in such pain from her new arms that she seemed to a point in shock. She hates her arms, and blaming Ruby for the cause – coupled with, you know, the idea of saving the earth – stopping the super soldiers in their tracks could have been a great way to end the loop ,  What do you think of the episode "All Roads Lead …"?