Everything received freak in part 5 in the best possible way. Transported to the future, Coulson and his crew are trapped in a Kree space prison and learn that Quake has destroyed Earth. It’s up to SHIELD and their new future bud, Deke Shaw, to save humanity. The team defeats the Kree and returns to the past only to face new threats – Hydra, a super-powered general Talbot (Adrian Pasdar), a rift in reality, and an epic final battle. While the team wins, that comes with paying very expensive.
The escape plot is always fun but add a futuristic space setting with angry blue aliens, and you get exactly the intricate action sequences that make this show therefore good. The Kree leader, Kasius (Dominic Rains) is a great villain who embodies cowardice and insecurity. Enoch (Joel Stoffer), a 30,000-year-old advanced robot, and Deke are also great new additions to the cast. The season also includes the series’ standout 100th episode, in which the rift in time and space opens up the Dimension of Fear – allowing the screenwriters to deftly bring in villains that fans love. Favorites return to haunt our heroes, including Hive, an evil life model Decoy Simmons, and Lash (Blair Underwood). However, the most emotionally fulfilling moment of this season was when Fitz and Simmons final get married. No one in the house has dry eyes.
Season 5 ends with a bittersweet twist. Coulson sacrifices himself to save the world and Fitz. Thankfully, the last two seasons gave everyone a happy ending.
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