There's some leeway in the lines, Sarge definitely sounds like the one who disagreed with Izel's plan to "connect" others but might not necessarily be the one to steal the Monoliths. I'm still willing to bet that renegade Kree faction that created the Inhumans on Earth stole them and stashed them on Earth but never got around to recovering them since the rest of the Kree Empire found out about the Inhuman experiment and shut them down. Then the Inhumans utilized the one of the Black Monoliths to banish Hive.-18:44 (DVR timestamp from TV broadcast) to 19:48
-Monoliths are really called Di'Allas and were created to "connect life together" but someone disagreed with that plan. Izel seems to hint it was Sarge.
-Monoliths from the Lighthouse were stolen from Izel's home world "millennia ago."
Definitely sounds like the Fear Dimension from last season they sealed in the Lighthouse.-28:36-29:03
-Incan myth says Izel at escaped from a realm of fear and darkness "thousands of years ago" then started looking for her stolen Monoliths, destroying planets in her wake.
Could be a lie to draw empathy. I think Sarge's claim he was 100 years old was a lie and was just part of his mind games to recruit May to his side. It's probably the same lie he told to the others on his squad. I guess saying you're 100 years old is more believable among aliens than saying he's thousands of years old. Izel and Sarge is starting to feel like a Yin/Yang conflict or even Jacob/Smoke Monster on Lost. Or y'know, they used to be married to each other.-34:10-14
-Sarge claims Izel murdered his family.
The safest solution, imo, may be a bit xenophobic but kill both Sarge and Izel. They're clearly both lying and are very dangerous.There are several ways present to save the Earth. The conflict is over what is the correct solution is, and what is worth the actual sacrifice Earth will have to make. I have to say this, but if the Shrikes ARE as deadly and devastating as Sarge describes (and I think he's probably right, despite what propaganda the Beast is filling Fitzsimmons' head with) then I think his plan needs to actually be given due consideration. The alternative is unthinkable.
Maybe whoever stole the Monoliths, stashed them on Earth, and left a warning about Izel that was preserved by the Incans as the art we saw and oral legend.Getting back to the Izel thing, if Benson could find information on this Izel from surveying where those monoliths were, then the question is one of three options: how do the Incan people know of her if she was never on Earth, why is Earth still in one piece if Izel was there before, or why did Izel leave the monoliths on Earth and NOT know to look there before visiting the Chronicoms' world?
Yeah, I liked that move and her choke point idea. It's about time she uses her ability more strategically than just blasting people across the room. The part of it that kind of sucked as Daisy shined at the expense of May, had some great few episodes kicking butt, and even Deke, showing he's no FitzSimmons and can't be counted on. Though Deke shows he useful for money, lol.Quite the feat for Daisy, being able to contain that kind of blast.
Still, I was a little impressed with how many hits Sarge took from Mack. Like regular human Coulson -- one punch, right?Also super satisfying seeing Mack beat up Sarge like that.
Yep.So is the Mack/Yo-Yo drama over? Thank goodness.
Thanks. Hmm, never crossed my mind. I believe they're just aliens who sided with Sarge along the way. I'd be more suspcicious they were Fear avatars, too, if they looked like characters from the show, too.Seems like a good guess. Are Jaco and the others Fear avatars as well?
I thought that moment was wonderful. Because May was using the term "power" in an entirely different way than Snow was using it. May saying women are all that powerful, doesn't mean they are powerful in the same way Daisy is. Power is an idea and a belief system. If May says the rest of the women on Earth are that powerful I believe her.Not a fan of the "Are all the females here this powerful?" moment either. Way too heavy-handed for me. Even May just wryly smiling at the question would've gone over better, I think, than her saying "yeah they are" even though that's a literal lie, but no, they gotta make sure everyone knows they're saying women are powerful. Yeesh. Yeah this is a nitpick, but what the heck, I think this is a nit worth picking.
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