Agreed.Well, that's certainly an interesting turn-about. Good, it was always stupid for Whedon to kill him off, bring him back on the TV, then shove a stick up his own ass about not having him in the movies again.
Sigh. Well at least he's... dead? Sort of?Gosh dang it! I thought we were gonna be done with the Ward character.
That creature is not that Death. It's an Inhuman. Malick explained this.So is that fucking creature supposed to be "Death" as in Thanos' hard-on crush, or is it just another throwaway baddie? Because the wavy wispy version sure as hell looks like a Grim Reaper, and it's an ancient creature.
Yes, but they also explained it more as with death brings new life.They even stated that the carving on the temple said "Death" on it in Hebrew or something.
It was an Inhuman from earth that was banished using the monolith. How many years ago that happened, we don't know. We do know it was before 1839 though, as that's when we saw the people in the castle sending back sacrifices for it.But didn't the creature say it was there a long time ago when the planet was thriving?
Why would Coulson be worried about Fitz saying something about him killing Ward? He sent Hunter to do just that earlier this season. I've been thinking about it more, and I think after Ward dumped Fitz, and Simmons in the ocean back at the end of season 1, it was probably a look of "thanks for offing that prick", and "You're welcome"Nah, the Coulson/Fitz look was about Phil straight-up murdering Ward, and him worrying whether Fitz would rat him out. I'll be pissed if he does, because fuck Ward. He deserved it.
He's a government agent on government business, and the government's jurisdiction doesn't end at the seashore. That's never been an question in the entirety of our government's existence.I don't pretend to know the jurisdictional boundaries of American law, but I'd guess maybe it doesn't extend to other planets through wormholes.
If tthey're not, that just makes the situation worse for Coulson and the whole team, not better.Also, is SHIELD even reporting to the Government at this point.
If there were a standing kill order for him, Coulson wouldn't have had to go off the reservation and make Mac Acting Director. It was Coulson's plan to kill Ward regardless of his actual authority to do so, and he did so in a situation in which he wasn't authorized to by the conventions of warfare or police security. His proper course of action should have been to arrest him and bring him back for trial, or at least leave him there to his fate.Previous encounters have to show that Ward was a clear and present danger, regardless of his appearance as "incapacitated". With what he pulled over the last couple of years, a standing "kill" order would be more than justified, regardless of the situations.
Fitz is also an overly-anal Aspie that wants justice over Ward by the book. Until they all find out Ward survived, I bet Fitz feels conflicted about Ward no longer being a threat and how Coulson did it off the book.Pretty sure the show demonstrated that Fitz and Simmons were very ok with killing Ward in the last season.
Or noticed by the others going through the portal or on the other side of it.You should be more concerned with how the heck did the little worm dude made it all the way to Ward, and reanimate him and then still make it through the portal in time without getting obliterated.. now THAT'S just crazy talk.
Why? People with AS refer to themselves in this manner. Is this another hypocritical "nigger" situation? "Only we can say it!"?I find that term quite derogatory and insulting.