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The AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Have Two-Faced Issues All Around – LEVEL ELEVENTY-SEVEN #104

Episode 410 “The Patriot”
Written by James C. Oliver & Sharla Oliver
Directed by Kevin Tancharoen

Early in the season, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. gave us a new origin for Jeffrey Mace (Jason O’Mara), one that wasn’t consistent with his comic book roots. Now an Inhuman, The Patriot was a slightly new take on the character. Except now we find out that’s not the case! And what’s in the case! And why is Burrows (Patrick Cavanaugh) suddenly the most important man in the room?

Turns out, General Talbott (Adrian Pasdar) has concocted a little secret, and it’s now up to Coulson (Clark Gregg) and the gang to figure out how to save the cheerleader director and prevent the outing of a secret that could destroy S.H.I.E.L.D. all over again!

Melodramatic enough, Poppins?

Meanwhile, more anxiety for Radcliffe (John Hannah) and Aida (Mallory Jansen) as the LMD of Agent May (Ming-Na Wen) now has a mission but no direct control from either of them. What if she figures out what she is?


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The panel: Maia Ades, Mindy Inlow, Sam Sentman, Dan Handley, Timothy Harvey, Jason Hunt





Daniel C. Handley

Dan Handley was raised a Trekkie, fell in love with "Star Wars" at an early age, and became obsessed with comic book superheroes. He spent his youth dreaming of how to get real superpowers, starships, and so on.

2 thoughts on “The AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Have Two-Faced Issues All Around – LEVEL ELEVENTY-SEVEN #104

  • I’ve just started listening, with this episode. While the commentary and discussion is very good, the execution is (to me) somewhat problematical. There are a lot of hosts, and at least half the time, there were multiple people all talking at the same time. Makes it difficult to follow the conversation, when the panel members step on each other (vocally). It did get much better in this regard after the mid-point commercial break, however.

    I will continue downloading and listening. Perhaps this episode was the exception.

  • Something we neglected to talk about is what General Talbott said that they took MOST of the bad out of the stuff they gave to Mace. Most…. Also that he was coming off of it. All that signals to me that Mace is about to go through a bad spell.


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