This week, we got a lot of answers about Project TAHITI. Coulson goes back under Raina’s memory machine in order to find the answers so the team can stop a man who is killing those who are infected with the GH serum. He and his victims were test subjects in Project TAHITI but, though they seemed to be healing well with the serum, they quickly degenerated and became obsessed with the writings. Like a homing pigeon, they sought every means they could to find the meaning of the writings, which, for our villain of the week, meant killing.
Coulson and his team track him down and stop him, but in the process, Coulson realizes that the writings aren’t a map. They are blueprints for a city. Before we talk about the theories as to what the city could be, let’s talk about the other half of our team as they pursue Ward. I enjoyed seeing Ward in action again. We were definitely reminded why he was such a good agent as he stayed ahead of May and her team the whole time, even being able to figure out that Bobbi and Hunter were working with Coulson. I also liked seeing Tripp back in action. Having the weapons specialist that we grew to like last season stuck in the Playground while the big-mouthed newbie gets the action every episode is a little disappointing.
I am very interested in seeing how Ward’s story arc plays out.Read More »Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Recap and Preview