The last thing you need is to punch things.
Ward gets in a brawl with a woman on a train!
After years of secretly training Ward to join S.H.I.E.L.D., John Garrett recruits him to be a HYDRA spy. Garrett explains why he joined.
Coulson's team takes on their biggest challenge.
A man with the superhuman ability to create fire is willing to kill Agents Coulson and May in order to show the world what he can do.
May realizes that Tobias is trying to save Hanna and the truth comes out about what really caused the accident.
On the eve of carrying out the team's most important operation ever, Skye is officially inducted as a S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent.
Agent Coulson's team tracks Deathlok to the location of Thomas Nash, the man who may be The Clairvoyant, but soon Agent Ward takes matters into his own hands.
Skye now knows that Grant Ward is an agent of Hydra as she plays for time in the hopes that the rest of Coulson's team will be able to help her and discover what Ward's really up to. Which one will win this deadly game?
Agents Fitz and Simmons decide to prank Skye by telling her a made-up version of the story behind how Agent May came to be known as "the cavalry."
The team finally takes down Ian Quinn at an Italian villa, but has the damage already been done?
I'm not afraid.
Melinda May is on a mission to earn back Phil Coulson's trust and to do that, she's going to need some help, and a conversation with a high-ranking S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent. The Cavalry calls in some support
The team looks for Hayworth in a warehouse; is it too late?
Coulson says that people tend to confuse "new" and "improved."
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