History Awesome / AgentsOfSHIELD

29th Jun '17 9:19:01 PM SFH
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* The most-upvoted thread on the [[{{Reddit}} r/arrow]] subreddit? A [[https://www.reddit.com/r/arrow/top/?sort=top&t=all picture]] of the Agents of SHIELD cast.

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* The most-upvoted thread on the [[{{Reddit}} [[WebSite/{{Reddit}} r/arrow]] subreddit? A [[https://www.reddit.com/r/arrow/top/?sort=top&t=all picture]] of the Agents of SHIELD cast.
18th May '17 8:24:53 AM TTFan
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** As of "No Regrets," [[spoiler: let's add B.J. Britt. #TrippLives indeed.]]

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** As of "No Regrets," [[spoiler: let's add B.J. Britt. #TrippLives #[=TrippLives=] indeed.]]
17th May '17 6:55:56 AM Malachi108
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** Boy, that Ghost Rider transformation sequence from season 4 premiere sure was some VisualEffectsOfAwesome! Pity their SFX budget wouldn't allow them to do that often, right? Wrong! ''Every'' episode featuring Ghost Rider contains a badass transformation sequence with the face/skull transition shown in great detail, [[spoiler:although in some cases it's not Robbie Reyes who transforms.]]
30th Apr '17 5:44:03 PM Mandolin
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* The most-upvoted thread on the [[{{Reddit}} r/arrow]] subreddit? A [[https://www.reddit.com/r/arrow/top/?sort=top&t=all picture]] of the Agents of SHIELD cast.
19th Apr '17 5:18:29 PM Sane_Spinster
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** As of "No Regrets," [[spoiler: let's add B.J. Britt. #TrippLives indeed.]]
10th Apr '17 9:42:50 AM MrDeath
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* The entire presence of the then-little known Ruth Negga in the first two seasons, which makes for one hell of a RetroactiveRecognition as her highest profile role prior to her StarMakingRole and Oscar nomination for ''Film/{{Loving}}''.
4th Apr '17 8:33:17 PM 64SuperNintendo
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** And they pulled it off in reverse in Season 2, where it was Coulson who discovered and told [[Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron the Avengers]] where to find Strucker and List, and then revealed that he'd been responsible for [[spoiler:providing the helicarrier that showed up at the climax of the film]].
* After Marvel announced that they were going to air the teaser trailer for ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' during the sixth episode of Season 2 in order to get people to give the show a second chance now that it's improved so much, some jackass decided to leak it online, thus robbing Marvel of this opportunity. However, instead of getting worked up, Marvel responded by jokingly pinning the blame on HYDRA. Then they released the clip properly so fans could watch it with their consent, ''then'' promised -- and delivered -- a different piece of exclusive footage for people to catch at the end of the episode. All in all, while Marvel want to get people to give their show another chance, they still put their fans first and made the best of a bad situation.

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** And they pulled it off in reverse in Season 2, where it was Coulson who discovered and told [[Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron the Avengers]] where to find Strucker and List, and then revealed that he'd been responsible for [[spoiler:providing the helicarrier Helicarrier that showed up at the climax of the film]].
* After Marvel announced that they were going to air the teaser trailer for ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' during the sixth episode of Season 2 in order to get people to give the show a second chance now that it's improved so much, some jackass decided to leak it online, thus robbing Marvel of this opportunity. However, instead of getting worked up, Marvel responded by jokingly pinning the blame on HYDRA. Then they released the clip properly so fans could watch it with their consent, ''then'' promised -- and delivered -- a different piece of exclusive footage for people to catch at the end of the episode. All in all, while Marvel want wants to get people to give their show another chance, they still put their fans first and made the best of a bad situation.
22nd Feb '17 3:23:55 PM SFH
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* The day "Self-Control" released, Marvel decided to show a little [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PZZswdkcFDI spoiler on who is back]]. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, [[spoiler:Brett Dalton]] is back.
9th Feb '17 9:01:33 PM Pren
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* The entire presence of the then-little known Ruth Negga in the first two seasons, which makes for one hell of a RetroactiveRecognition as her highest profile role prior to her StarMakingRole and Oscar nomination for ''Film/{{Loving}}''.
13th Jan '17 10:14:00 AM ghidorah15
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* After Marvel announced that they were going to air the teaser trailer for ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' during the sixth episode of Season 2 in order to get people to give the show a second chance now that it's improved so much, some jackass decided to leak it online, thus robbing Marvel of this opportunity. However, instead of getting worked up, Marvel responded by jokingly pinning the blame on HYDRA. Then they released the clip properly so fans could watch it with their consent, ''then'' promised--and delivered--a different piece of exclusive footage for people to catch at the end of the episode instead. All in all, while Marvel want to get people to give their show another chance, they still put their fans first and made the best of a bad situation.

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* After Marvel announced that they were going to air the teaser trailer for ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' during the sixth episode of Season 2 in order to get people to give the show a second chance now that it's improved so much, some jackass decided to leak it online, thus robbing Marvel of this opportunity. However, instead of getting worked up, Marvel responded by jokingly pinning the blame on HYDRA. Then they released the clip properly so fans could watch it with their consent, ''then'' promised--and delivered--a promised -- and delivered -- a different piece of exclusive footage for people to catch at the end of the episode instead.episode. All in all, while Marvel want to get people to give their show another chance, they still put their fans first and made the best of a bad situation.



* While Skye and May fighting in S.O.S. is a TearJerker to be sure, it has to be appreciated on a meta-level: A couple of episodes prior, Chloe Bennett broke her arm during a fight scene. Here, she is not only once again doing her own stunts, but she is visibly not wearing a cast, having refused to use one. She must be hurting like hell during those takes, but she still makes the fight look perfectly convincing. If that doesn't prove that she's a one-hundred percent badass, then nothing will.

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* While Skye and May fighting in S.O.S. is a TearJerker to be sure, it has to be appreciated on a meta-level: A couple of episodes prior, Chloe Bennett Bennet broke her arm during a fight scene. Here, she is not only once again doing her own stunts, but she is visibly not wearing a cast, having refused to use one. She must be hurting like hell during those takes, but she still makes the fight look perfectly convincing. If that doesn't prove that she's a one-hundred percent badass, then nothing will.
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