Marvel – Agents of SHIELD | 6 × 05-06 – The Other Thing / Inescapable

 Marvel - Agents of SHIELD |  6 × 05-06 - The Other Thing / Inescapable

Marvel – Agents of SHIELD it still seems to waste time wanting to consolidate the things of the season and reinforce some events and thus ends up hindering the development of things. Even with an episode as interesting as that of Fitz and Simmons, he ended up dragged along and even his conclusion falls short by bringing a little bit of the obvious.

SPOILER: This article contains information about the main events of the episode. Continue reading at your own risk.

The Other Thing”From episode 05 ends up being a confrontation between May and Coulson that brings memories for all the characters and seem to leave aside the fact that a bizarre entity is evolving and taking over the planets until their destruction, the reason for Sarge, or Coulson of evil , be behind everyone.

In the midst of this we have conflicts and something is still missing to be solved, and that in “No Escape”Ends up not responding, but serving to show that the best of all agents are not only their own skills, but also the friendship they have achieved.

Enoch ended up killing Atarah to justify the flight of Fitz and Simmons, and trying to chronicle a friendlier conscience that justifies time travel to save his race and planet.

While trapped in his consciences, Fitz learned a little of what happened in his “absence”, including his death, while Simmons struggled to hide some things. The interesting thing was to see Leopold, Fitz’s version of HYDRA, come and meet him to take control of Fitz again, while we see a Samara, from The call, materialize in the form of Simmons, who put all his worst feelings in a box and created the monster.

At the end Marvel – Agents of SHIELD he still sketched his biggest problem of the season and left us in the hands of plots that still need a more consistent development and get out of that effort in clinging to the charisma of his actors, and the construction they have had so far.