I think the Framework showed how it would happen if that one event was changed. I suspect the Darkhold might have something to do with building the whole world, since it only seemed like a limited simulation before Racliffe stole the book. Do not quote me on that though, not confirmed.
Exactly! I want to see them saying that even though they're making these decisions, it's not because they want to have to make them but because they see it as the best/only option and the struggle they went through to make that choice. Sure, we got that for a little bit with Fitz in 5x14, but it was just one or two lines with next to no follow up to show how guilty he really felt.
Wait, seriously? You actually managed to find a lot of hate for Fitz? Must be the sites, I only really check twitter and youtube. The only real hate I seem to see for his character/FitzSimmons are some Philinda shippers who don't really care much for the two (most of them see the ship as better than friends/taking too much screentime) and keep getting a hard time from FitzSimmons shippers because they've been asking for more for their couple.
Honestly, the fact that FitzSimmons shippers are giving them a hard time is annoying. FitzSimmons got reunited through space and time, married, and have a secure future as of this season. Phil and Melinda only got to kiss in yesterday's episode, they know Coulson is dying, and Coulson and May have known each other way longer than FitzSimmons. It was only in the last one or two episodes that their ship got stuff. I think they have a right to be annoyed at the writers.
Anyway, them and the huge Daisy fans seem to be the only ones I hear not liking Fitz. There are a few others who don't like Fitz just because, but they're harder to find.
Yeah, the hate for Daisy is the worst. Basically, in the eyes of a lot of people, she can give cool speeches, reassure her friends, fight the bad guys, and save the day, but if she gets any kind of story of her own, it's seen as "taking up too much screentime". Case in point, season 4A (or her Destroyer of Worlds storyline this season, lots of complaining there). I may not have agreed with Daisy's line of thinking, but it was definitely interesting and showed a different side to her character. Her and Robbie also made a great team. Most of the fandom, however? Complained for her to just get it together already, like being mind controlled to destroy the world along with all the other stuff she faced over the years wasn't traumatizing.
Now, Fitz had the something like that happen to him (so much stuff happening to him that he reaches his breaking point). Fandom? Mostly supportive and wants him to get help. Sorry about ranting so much about Fitz and FitzSimmons, I do like them, it's just all these people thinking that they can't do wrong and are perfect really makes me angry and frustrated, and when I get angry and frustrated, I rant. A lot.
Anyway, aside from Daisy, the character I've seen getting the most hate is Deke. Almost all of the FitzSimmons shippers love the guy, but not all of them like him, just what he represents (a future for their couple). And the Deke/Daisy ship is very polarizing, with one side loving the ship and the other saying that Daisy is independent woman who doesn't need a love interest/is still grieving for Lincoln/should not be paired up with someone who sold her to slavery and never apologized for it.
I really miss the days when I didn't know much about online fandoms outside of Scholastic message boards. It was a simpler time.
No tech from Wakanda? Will there be more in Avengers 4?
Still, it had to have taken a while with how huge that book was. How did Zemo know that Tony and Bucky and Steve (or at least those three) would be in Siberia? How did he know the team would fracture like this? How did he know of the Accords if we're supposed to believe even the Avengers never heard of them until Ross brought them up?
I still don't think Steve was really against the Accords. We didn't see them read it beyond the first few pages before arguments started and they all sounded like really general statements. Something as big as the Accords would be much more complicated than the picture Steve (and Tony really) is painting. I'm not sure why Tony wouldn't have brought it up, but this is the Avengers. They are the most powerful people on the planet. Having them would be like having nuclear power on your side. The United Nations would definitely not want one single country have the right to use them as soldiers, that would spark some kind of international argument. I don't know if it was like that in the movie, but it definitely would be in real life.
Lucifer. It was on its third season. According to my brother, season three (which was a full 22 episodes) was terrible compared to season one and season two (both 13 episodes). Fans seemed to agree as well, but wanted the show to have another season so it could improve. Also, I think it might end on a cliffhanger.
Designated Survivor had good DVR numbers and a first season, but the second apparently fell appart. I've got no idea for Quantico, I just know that season two had the lowest ratings of all the shows on ABC, but managed to get a third season.
About Agents of SHIELD and renewal, one source says that it is likely 3 options:
1. 10 episode mini season on ABC or Hulu
2. 15/16 episodes on ABC (they need to make budget cuts somewhere)
3. A spinoff only featuring some of the cast members (unlikely since they don't know which cast members to get rid of)
Marvel really wants a 6th season of the show to be out before March next year, so it won't be on the new Disney Streaming Service (which is out in fall of 2019). They see some large cash in the future since Coulson's going to be in Captain Marvel or something like that. Some kind of crossover/references to the event, I think.
I pretty much agree with everything you said in your review. I'm glad Talbot's wife didn't die (at least not yet). She sees like a good person who was fooled by a bad one (General Hale).
Fitz had the idea from what future Yo-Yo said, that trying to save Coulson destroyed the world. He said that instead of actually trying, what if they succeed and that saves the world? I wish I could say that this batch of episodes hasn't ruined those three characters for me, but Yo-Yo's almost ruined in my eyes and FitzSimmons (both as a couple and as their own characters) have definitely lost a lot of points. They're doing good at starting to make me like them again though.
Your Robbie theory sounds amazing and I'd love to see it happen.
Fans on social media brought up two points I didn't notice for this episode. One, Future Yo-Yo said to Yo-Yo that at one moment Mack was in her arms, and the next, he was gone, or something like that. Does that mean he turned to ash? Could they be talking about a character death instead? I need information! I'm now really worried for Mack.
Second thing, what if the reason Daisy is known as the Destroyer of Worlds in the future is because the told Kasius Senior that she was the Destroyer of Worlds in the present? It's actually possible, seeing as FitzSimmons only made the plane able to fly in space after they saw the plane in the future.