Spoilers ahead for the next episode of Representatives of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 7, Also Known as”Know Your Onions.”
The seventh and final season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has aired its next installment, and”Know Your Onions” left more questions than it answered. Sure, the episode delivered some more history on Koenig, filled in a sterile or two concerning the Malick household, also proved that the representatives can stop the Chronicoms from success in their missions, but you will find far more mysteries than heading into the rest of the final season.
There are a number of bigger ones that could change the course of the whole last season Though a few of my questions after this latest episode center on what must occur to the deadline for Mack to use 1930s matches on a regular basis. Read on for eight questions about Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 7 following Episode 2!
What’s Wrong With May?
Although Simmons’ intervention at the end of Season 6 brought May back after being only dead, she doesn’t seem to be the May who battled Izel. She woke up decided to join her team since it is her job to protect them, not listening to Enoch about needing to rest or perhaps needing to wear period-appropriate clothes. They got into a struggle that ended using a fire extinguisher, after which she filed sedating her and shrugged LMD Coulson off into entry with May beating Enoch. Is that a psychological impact of exactly what happened to her? Or did Simmons’ technician do something to her to alter her? May appeared to demonstrate some Chronicom-Esque characteristics.
Did Yo-Yo Lose Her Powers?
Yo-Yo survived being infected with the Shrike at the end of Season 6, but something is seemingly wrong with her at Season 7 at the wake. Back in”Know Your Onions,” Yo-Yo had the chance to use her powers and catch a falling wine jar before it could smash and alert the Chronicoms to S.H.I.E.L.D.’s existence, but she apparently couldn’t do it. She did not put up a struggle when Daisy gave her an out for linking the climactic fight. So, were her powers lost by Yo-Yo? In that case, is it because the Shrike did something? Or perhaps the arms Simmons brought her? Or can it be a mental block? And can she put them back?
How Long Was Simmons Gone?
The huge twist at the end of Season 6 arrived with the show that FitzSimmons had invented time travel as a means to combat Chronicoms through history, also S.H.I.E.L.D. has made it clear that they had been gone for a while. In fact, Fitz still is not back. Nevertheless, Simmons and Enoch were very cagy whenever requested about just how long Simmons was gone. Simmons simply told Daisy that it’d been too long since they had seen each other last, and Enoch would just state that Simmons had a”considerable” amount of time to come up with the remedy that had saved May’s life. There must be a reason why she’s not giving a few, so what’s it? And how long was she gone?
As if the puzzle of the length Simmons was gone was not enough about the FitzSimmons front, Representatives of S.H.I.E.L.D. still hasn’t given any sort of conclusive response about Fitz. Simmons said that they couldn’t be together or know where another is since their brains were watched by the Chronicles, although he is alive, based on his quick comment to Simmons over the radio at the Season 6 finale. It looks like there has to be more to the story, and Fitz isn’t just sitting around while his spouse threatens her life. Where is he? My first theory was that Fitz stayed behind with their secret daughter, but I’m wondering if there’s a reason for those FitzSimmons mysteries. Talking of which…
Are There More LMDs?
Between the Framework fiasco, the arrival of these Chronicles, and the new variant of Coulson, S.H.I.E.L.D. has not shied away from introducing characters who look human but very much are not. Why can not there be if Coulson can be an LMD? While I really don’t think that’s what happened to May, I am wondering about FitzSimmons. All signs point toward a lot of time passing since Simmons saw her buddies last, but she hasn’t aged a day aside from her bangs climbing out. Were FitzSimmons gone for so long that they had to substitute themselves with LMDs because of age? Or does Simmons just age incredibly well and the”considerable” amount of time that passed has been years rather than decades?
Is Enoch Gone For Good?
The agents successfully thwarted the Chronicoms in 1931, however, they didn’t succeed without a price. Enoch was left ahead of the time window closed, leaving him stranded in the’30s when he could not make it back to the Zephyr. It was a tragic loss for Enoch along with the agents may find themselves lost their Chronicom ally and he’d been able to do for them. The upside is that, if anybody was going to be left behind 90 years previously, Enoch is the person who will not die of old age. He could very well pop up in any of the representatives’ visits to later eras; the inquiry is whether or not he will.
Why Are They So Open About Time Travel?
Despite Deke’s warning in the Season 7 premiere they ought to be fine so long as they only splash around a little in the time flow instead of making waves, the brokers weren’t exactly going the extra mile to conceal their standing as time travelers. Admittedly, a number of their willingness was just around Koenig, however, they were also dropping some upcoming knowledge before Freddy, who proceeds to help form Hydra. Earning ripples around the wrong people could lead to waves down the line, and that I find myself wondering whether they’re going to make a mistake in the past with their willingness, only to discover their mistake in the future when it’s too late.
Will The Zephyr Cause More Problems?
While the souped-up Zephyr is on autopilot and doesn’t appear to demand much in the way of guidance or steering the end of”Know Your Onions” demonstrated that there are some big issues with how it manages time. Simmons was dismayed when the ship revealed that the time window was closing in just 17 minutes, and it was really a turn of luck that they were so near the Zephyr they could practically make it back in time. In the event the Zephyr does not have a way to alert the agents sooner than 17 minutes before jump, more people might get left behind, especially now that Enoch is not around to remain behind and operate comms.
While we probably will not get the answers to all these questions too soon, another episode promises to be quite exciting. The episode airing on Wednesday, June 10 will deliver back Agent Carter’s Daniel Sousa, whose romantic fate at least was in question since the events of Avengers: Endgame. Make sure you tune into ABC at 10 p.m. ET on June 10 to see Sousa’s return to the MCU on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and have a look at our 2020 summertime premiere program for more viewing choices.