An episode of Marvel’s [Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.](series:722469) that starts off different from the rest when HYDRA takes a very different approach to fighting S.H.I.E.L.D., this time impersonating them to attack The United Nations. Who this surprise enemy was surely what you didn’t see coming. This has been a fighting on many fronts, and this one raises the stakes just a bit more when its a political situation.
Finding out that the person ready to bring down S.H.I.E.L.D. is Ward’s brother is a big twist when you see what position of power he holds, especially when in comparison to Talbot. It raises many questions about how much of Ward’s stories are true and what happened between them over the years, let alone when the last time is that either has seen each other. This of course creating that unfortunate conflict of interest for Coulson and Skye when they really do need Ward, enough so to release him. Keeping Ward important in this capacity works for his character when even as he’s telling the truth you don’t know what to really expect from him in terms of his intentions. But when you aren’t sure of his brother’s either that makes for a sticky situation where you want to know who should be trusted between the two. The interaction between Grant and Coulson does manage to catch your attention as well if not only because you realize how hard it will be for Grant to find himself redeemed in the long run. If not for that realization you might find yourself bored of Coulson’s attitude as a leader becoming a turn-off for his character.
The relationship between Bobbi and Hunter is definitely a point of humor when this was something that took many fans by surprise. Something that differentiates her from her comic book portrayal. It adds something new worth exploring between the two when they are on the same team. Hunter has needed someone to bounce off of and now with Bobbi on the team there is a bit more relevance to his presence.