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So Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. last night was HUGE!!!! They dropped several bombshells, and a cameo for a certain villain that is to pop up in an upcoming movie. These are my theories as to what the heck is going on:

Question 1: What is GH-325?

We saw what GH-325 does: it heals you basically (I'm letting my imagination go here and calling it "Growth Hormone 325"). We know that it was used to bring back Coulson, and they used it to save Skye. But what is it exactly? We saw that it was extracted from a body of some sort:

Coulson with the mysterious body
Coulson with the mysterious body

Whose body is this? How does this body have theses powers? The simple solution is that it is not human. It is, however, very close. This is a Kree corpse. The Kree are an alien race that resemble humans almost exactly, except for, you guessed it, blue skin. I think it is fairly safe to say that this is Kree. (Plus, what better time to introduce the race to us so that we are already familiar with them for Guardians of the Galaxy [Ronan the Accuser and Korath the Pursuer])

We also saw that the GH-325 was being extracted from this body:

GH-325 extracted from the alien body
GH-325 extracted from the alien body

So... Does anybody know what happens when you crossbreed (or genetically mix) a Human and a Kree [such as Coulson and now Skye]? The answer: an Inhuman. That's right, guys. I think that Coulson and Skye are the first ever Inhumans, and (little more far-fetched) Coulson will become Black Bolt.

Question 2: Who is the Clairvoyant?

This one is also a bit far-fetched, but here goes. In the Marvel Universe, we know nothing ever happens without some sort of explanation, and there was something in The Incredible Hulk that I think could be important.

Samuel Sterns getting gamma blood in his brain
Samuel Sterns getting gamma blood in his brain

Remember this guy? Samuel Sterns was the scientist who tried to help Bruce Banner neutralize the Hulk. Later, he was forced by Emil Blonsky to turn him into the Abomination. The Abomination knocks him aside, and he hits his head and gets Bruce Banner's blood in the wound. This turns him into the supervillain known as the Leader. He has insane psychic abilities, and I think he is a good potential candidate for the Clairvoyant.

Question 3: Who is this chick in the end-credits scene?

In the after-credits part of the show, we saw a woman walking through the desert (clearly she is from Asgard, because she referred to Earth as Midgard), seducing a man, and them driving off into the desert just as the man's wife comes out to find them driving away. She introduces herself to the man as Lorelei.

Lorelei is an alias of the Asgardian villain known as the Enchantress. (Hint hint at her powers). She is associated as an accomplice of Loki, which I believe could be important. Furthermore, I think that this end-credits scene takes place in the past and she is Skye's mother, thus making her an 804, being the child of an Asgardian.

BONUS: the Red Skull

When FitzSimmons were going through all of the S.H.I.E.L.D. database, you heard Fitz mention a "World War II collapsed bunker". In the comics, the Red Skull is in a bunker fighting Captain America when it collapses on them. Cap gets out of it, but the Skull is stuck under, kept in a state of suspended animation by their experimental gas that started leaking when the bunker fell in. He was later found by AIM. Basically, Fitz made a mention to the Red Skull's arrival in present day.

Those are my theories based off of last nights episode! What do you guys think? Do these make sense or did I slip and hit my head on something? Let me know!

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