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Now I feel sorry for the mother of Trump....
I don't think that they go deep space. I mean, they have to pick up May at one point.
Feel sorry for... why? Did I missunderstand something?
I believe it was in response to this comment: "There are worse things to have coming out of your body I'd say."
I'm laughing my ass off. Sad I didn't get the joke the first time around.
Geez, I wasn’t quite thinking of that, but it does work I guess.
As someone who is fairly new to Netflix, how long before new episodes debut there?
Yes, I know I could watch them on ABC's website, but I'd rather watch them on my TV, not my computer.
They've been on Netflix about 6 months or so after the season finished?
At least, that was what happened with Season 5 I think.
Depends on the country...I don't get Ao S over Netflix at all.
Season 6 premiere to be shown at Wondercon on March 30th
So, I've been looking for a shotgun-axe prop. Apparently, there is no official merch of it. The only thing I could find is a custom made replica for more than 200€. ☹
Is the show not poplular enough? Because the shotgun-axe looks like prime merchandise material to me.
Based on ratings it isn't, based on a more recent study it actually is. I think it is just a little bit too special and in a too high price bracket.
So when does the new seasons start again?
I guess sometime after Endgame hits Theatres right? They've been pretty good about dodging the implications of the movies.
First look at Season 6 group shot. Damn, it looks awesome. Interesting to note, also, the use of bisexual lighting.
Lou Dimaond Phillips directed episode fifth episode of the sixth season. The article states that the show is returning in May, but the first episode will actually air at WonderCon on the 30th, presumably during or after the AOS panel. (They aired part of the first episode of the fifth season during the panel, too, but it was only part.)
Why the hell do they have their last supper? That makes me nervous...
Because every genre TV show does the Last Supper pose at least once.
I love that it's in front of a craps table, though.
Well, that does put Not!Coulson in roughly what would be Judas's seat, standing further back from the rest. Maybe they trust him at first, and that proves to be a mistake. Though in that case I guess we should be worried about what that means for Mack.
So Coulson is definitely dead. I thought they were going to quietly put him and May on a bus. I really hope that this is an entirely new character.
And hopefully the glas in May's hand is a hint to the bottle she and Coulson wanted to drink one day and not to her sliding into alcoholism.
The first episode of Season 6 will air on May 10th.
Season 7 is not actually the end. They are still hoping for more seasons.
Minors spoiler (or major depending on what you want to know) for the first episode of Season 6. They complete avoid Endgame by skipping one year ahead.
Very spoilerly sneak peak.
Edited by alliterator on Mar 30th 2019 at 7:04:45 AM
Not exactly your daddy's Coulson is he?
On the one hand, the movies never cared to acknowledge the show so I guess this is fair play.
On the other hand feels like a copout.
Well, we don't know what happens in Endgame, so completely skipping it seems like a good idea. We also don't know if they will make any references to it in later episodes, like they did with Infinity War or Civil War.
Well, if they somehow meddle with time in Endgame, Ao S literally can't address it.
Making reference to it in later episodes sounds like a better idea than flat-out ignoring it.
I doubt they're going to leave the MCU in such a state that nobody remembers the events of Infinity War/Endgame.
But if they address it, they won't show any of the relevant footage before Endgame gets released anyway.
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