The villains again steal the show in "The Things We Bury," as we get a look at Daniel Whitehall's origins and whatever hell of a household the Ward brothers grew up in.
This week's episode, The Writing on the Wall, refocuses Agents of SHIELD's raison d'etre wonderfully, finally solving the mystery that has been dogging the team for the better part of a year.
The Ward family drama takes centre stage this week in "A Fractured House."
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Ming-Na Wen plays both sides of the best fight scene the series has produces so far, as disguises, deceit and sparkly dresses adorn "I Will Face My Enemy."
Donald "Blizzard" Gill returns, sadly without making a single ice-based pun, and Fitz and Ward revisit their strained relationship in stunning fashion.
The Absorbing Man rampages through Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s special effects budget, and the Woman in the Flower Dress returns in 'Heavy Is the Head.'
Agent Coulson and the crew return, hoping to maintain the momentum from the impressive final arc of its first season.