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As Chekov once wrote, "nothing good ever happens when the monstrous bomb explodes ten minutes before the end of the episode." Conventions – unless you were of course a big fan of sarge.
In "Collision Course, Part II," these 10 minutes do not end in a breathtaking twist: instead, almost all are treated a happy ending (at least for SHIELD ) after an endless drama. FitzSimmons are finally back on Earth, Yo-Yo and Mack are back together, Dek's serial killer alien girlfriend may be in custody, but she has a big TV and May has to do what she's been wanting to do for some time, and a pile of bullets in the man who embodies her dead lover. Everyone wins!
And all it took was for poor Joco to sacrifice himself with a nuclear bomb, even though the episode's true MVP turned out to be Daisy. Googling shows that the headline above is not the first time someone refers to Daisy's superpowers saving the day as "Daisy ex machina," but she did it twice this week and so it feels especially fitting on . The reaction of Snowflake and May, as Daisy literally evaporated the approaching herd of strangers, was cute at the moment: "Are all women on this planet so powerful?" "They are."
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The theoretical flesh of the episode, including a brawl between Mack and Sarge and yo Yo, who are more than once a strategic genius in using their K Taht proves to be a bit of a standard for SHIELD In addition, the number of low-level agents who are injured or killed biannually raises questions about how much SHIELD like an organization has been doing lately, because the number of cannon fodder has to be low. Perhaps that's why Mack Coffin's initial request to take control of the Zephyr agrees if another low-level agent is shot while crossing a regular season to spare her life. After all, the hiring process can be a pain.
While "Collision Course, Part II" contains much more resolution than one might expect, the likelihood that Izel is actually dead does not feel existent – and whatever the body's coffin may be, it feels that way too as if he were doing it back in any form.