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TV Review: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. - Season 2 Finale "S.O.S."

05.13.2015

EPISODE 21/22: "S.O.S."

SYNOPSIS:  S.H.I.E.L.D. puts everything on the line to survive a war that blurs the line between friend and foe. Coulson and his team will be forced to make shocking sacrifices that will leave their relationships and their world changed forever

BREAKDOWN: (The following column contains MAJOR SPOILERS, so I don't recommend reading this if you haven't watched this episode).

With last week's episode ending with Jiaying declaring war on S.H.I.E.L.D., the season finale starts with a stolen quinjet, exploding buildings, and a one on one fight between Melinda May and Skye. And all of that before the opening titles roll! As the team struggles both to cope with the shocking turn of events with Gonzales and the Inhumans, they also must find Bobbi who has gone issing with Agent 33. But, all of these machinations come at the behest of Jiaying who we see orchestrating everyone, including her daughter, into believing S.H.I.E.L.D. is the enemy.

Skye meets with Raina who teases the two of them are intertwined but will not meet again while Lincoln turns on Skye for bring S.H.I.E.L.D. to Afterlife. Jiaying offers Skye a place by her side but only if she cuts Coulson and the team out of her life forever. Back at S.H.I.E.L.D., Coulson gets approval to try and rescue Skye. He asks her father for details but his powers seem to be growing. Back as they torture Bobbi, Grant Ward and 33 try to get information out of the Mockingbird to no avail.

Where things really come to a head is when Jiaying murders Raina. After telling the Inhumans leader she saw the future and Skye is the key, Jiaying breaks the psychic's neck while her daughter looks on, dumbfounded. Confronting her, Jiaying vows to destroy S.H.I.E.L.D. as the only way to save the Inhumans. Skye refuses to believe and is promptly knocked unconscious. Back on The Bus, Coulson learns that Cal took a poison that will enhance his strength so he can take out as many agents as possible to help Jiaying.

Despite being close to cracking, Bobbi manages to escape from the cell where Ward is holding her. As she makes her way out, Ward catches her an offers 33 the chance to kill her but 33 can't do it. Ward comes  up with an alternate plan. On The Bus, Coulson continues to interrogate Cal who flatlines under the pressure. Fitz and Simmons manage to save him but he has finally transformed into his Marvel Comics namesake: Mister Hyde. While they strugge with that, Gordon is able to take over the helicarrier on behalf of Jiaying which also gains her access to the Kree melting rock.

Coulson manages to pin Mister Hyde/Cal between Lola and the hangar door of The Bus but he is able to get the upperhand on the director.On the helicarrier, Skye and Mac team up to stop the Inhumans, saying Jiaying is manipulating good people to do her evil bidding. May and Hunter also close in on Bobbi. As Hunter approaches, Bobbi struggles to get free as a tripwire will pull the trigger on a gun aimed at her. When he finally opens the door, the bullet shoots her through the shoulder. Ward corners May and shoots her multiple times only to find out it is really Agent 33. May and Hunter scramble to get Bobbi back to the plane.

Lincoln waivers on the actions Jiaying and Gordon are taking but Gordon says it is all for the good of protecting the Inhumans. Skye shows up and Lincoln immediately readies his ability to fight her. Skye explains Jiaying's plan to Lincoln and he refuses to believe it. Mack knocks him out but not before he reveals where Jiaying took the remaining crystals. As Bobbi hangs on for life, May calls her ex-husband to make amends for the end of their marriage. Simmons also confronts Fitz about what he told her at the end of last season when he professed his love for her. Fitz has just started to get back to normal and it now seems like SImmons has feelings for him as well.

Coulson's team, including Cal, get a message from Skye that they are walking into a trap on the aircraft carrier. Coulson orders all the quinjets back but continues on to finally end this. Jiaying also decides she will finish her plan and release the Terrigen crystals. Either those left will become Inhuman or they will die. Skye confronts her mother but is left to battle a multiplying Inhuman while Cal confronts Jiaying. Mack battles Gordon until Coulson arrives with Fitz and begins setting traps.Lincoln and May team to help Skye and decide to go against Jiaying. As they face off, Jiaying begins draining Skye's lifeforce. Skye manages to muster enough of her power to knock the quinjet and the crystals inside into the ocean. As Coulson fights Gordon, Fitz drives a pipe through his stomach, killing him. Gordon drops a crystal and Coulon lunges for it, catching it. It begins to turn his arm to ash and Mack cuts it off at the wrist before it can kill him.

Skye and her mother fight when Cal arrives and says they don't need to fight and he will live with the pain, pushing Skye to safety and killing Jiaying to protect his daughter. We then flashforward to everyone back at base. Coulson is dealing with his lost hand, Bobbi is still recovering from her injuries and insistant that she cannot do this anymore, Mack has decided to stay with S.H.I.E.L.D. and is in charge of the Kree artifacts, May is taking a vacation for the first time ever. Coulson is planning something new, but it seems vague as only blueprints of new ships can be seen. Cal  says goodbye to his daughter as he prepares to go to prison and they have a sweet and more fond bond then either of them anticipated. At a bar, Ward laments the death of 33 when he is approached by thugs he is using to form a new HYDRA. The episode ends with Skye and Coulson visiting a brainwashed Cal who now works as a vet. Coulson tells Skye she is in charge of the new S.H.I.E.L.D. list for tracking powered people. Sky and Coulson agree they must function anonymously and his missing hand will always be a reminder to be careful. We then see the quinjet underwater as the Terrigen crystals are leaking into the water and then into the fish, then into a factory, and eventually into fish oil vitamins on store shelves. The stinger scene shows Fitz and Simmons working on a Kree artifact with Fitz clumsily asking Simmons out on a date. Fitz leaves and as Simmons looks at the Kree stone, it burts out of the containment box, swallows her, and returns to it's original form.

Overall, the second season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was like the first: it had a sluggish opening half and a very solid concluding half. While this overall season was much better than the first, the reliance on the Kree and Inhuman elements made the second half feel much more vital to the Marvel Cinematic Universe than the first. Wrapping up all of the storylines was daunting but this two hour finale did so brilliantly. We now have reset to a single S.H.I.E.L.D. with a covert purpose that puts it back to where it should be rather than a major government organization. Coulson losing his hand was a nice touch as was the explanation as to how more Inhumans will now exist. I am glad the additions of Bobbi, Mack, and Hunter are permanent, but I am not sure what the hell is going to happen to Simmons. The entire arc for Grant Ward this season felt pointless and I could have done without it, so I hope if they include him next year they find a better way to incorporate his character. 

MARVEL CINEMATIC UNIVERSE REFERENCES: There were no overt MCU references this week.

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8:51PM on 05/18/2015
Glad they killed off Skye's mom, that broad is such a shit actress. Kyle MacLachlan chewed up the scenery though, even in crappy makeup as Hyde. Decent finale overall.
Glad they killed off Skye's mom, that broad is such a shit actress. Kyle MacLachlan chewed up the scenery though, even in crappy makeup as Hyde. Decent finale overall.
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11:36PM on 05/13/2015
Loved it!! Didn't see Coulsons arm coming at all, this was more violent than usual, but I'm not complaining. But the real stinger was Simmons! Very freaky scene. I'll be very interested to see what happens with her.
Loved it!! Didn't see Coulsons arm coming at all, this was more violent than usual, but I'm not complaining. But the real stinger was Simmons! Very freaky scene. I'll be very interested to see what happens with her.
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11:35PM on 05/13/2015

Great finale!

There were an awful lot of errors in your review here.. seems like you rushed through the episode or something. Anyways, solid episode, one of the best finales ive watched in a long time, actually.
And why no love for Ward? To me, the most underrated character on this show. Even if his storyline is slow-going, he was always awesome. I cant wait to see him become a head of HYDRA.
I also bet that Coulson gets a synthetic arm next season. Or a robotic one ala Deathlok. Very unexpected scene.
There were an awful lot of errors in your review here.. seems like you rushed through the episode or something. Anyways, solid episode, one of the best finales ive watched in a long time, actually.
And why no love for Ward? To me, the most underrated character on this show. Even if his storyline is slow-going, he was always awesome. I cant wait to see him become a head of HYDRA.
I also bet that Coulson gets a synthetic arm next season. Or a robotic one ala Deathlok. Very unexpected scene. Something id see in The Walking Dead.
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11:47PM on 05/13/2015
I agree...for starters, The Bus is gone, blown up at least 2 episodes ago. Lola wasn't used to trap Mister Hyde/Cal, a S.H.I.E.L.D SUV was, and it wasn't against the hangar door, but a wall.

I gotta seriously question if this guy actually saw the episode at all.....
I agree...for starters, The Bus is gone, blown up at least 2 episodes ago. Lola wasn't used to trap Mister Hyde/Cal, a S.H.I.E.L.D SUV was, and it wasn't against the hangar door, but a wall.

I gotta seriously question if this guy actually saw the episode at all.....
11:13PM on 05/13/2015

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Coulson's arm is cut off! We all saw that article about all phase 2 things have someone get their arm cut off like in Star Wars ep 5.
Coulson's arm is cut off! We all saw that article about all phase 2 things have someone get their arm cut off like in Star Wars ep 5.
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12:50PM on 05/13/2015
Great episode. I was a little disappointed at Mr. Hyde's transformation. I was hoping he's be more of a hulking brute, not just the same guy but in shoulderpads. Also in May's final scene when she's packing up to leave, did anyone else catch that the number on her locker was 33?
Great episode. I was a little disappointed at Mr. Hyde's transformation. I was hoping he's be more of a hulking brute, not just the same guy but in shoulderpads. Also in May's final scene when she's packing up to leave, did anyone else catch that the number on her locker was 33?
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12:36PM on 05/13/2015

Agree with everyone else....

This was a spectacular episode and I wish there was a way they could keep up the quality at this level. I think it's more likely that it will settle into it's boring 1/2 half/better 2nd half rhythm, but this episode at least gave me hope.

The thing that was best about this is that there was real tension and it made you care about the characters. Bobbi's struggles (especially trying to save Hunter) were painful to watch and if I hadn't read the stuff about the ill-fated spinoff, I really
This was a spectacular episode and I wish there was a way they could keep up the quality at this level. I think it's more likely that it will settle into it's boring 1/2 half/better 2nd half rhythm, but this episode at least gave me hope.

The thing that was best about this is that there was real tension and it made you care about the characters. Bobbi's struggles (especially trying to save Hunter) were painful to watch and if I hadn't read the stuff about the ill-fated spinoff, I really would have believed she was going to die. Skye continues to get better, and Coulson was the way he should be if he's going to lead SHIELD. Plus that last bit with Simmons was heartbreaking, considering she had FINALLY agreed to go on a date with Fitz.

BTW, while the review was a fine breakdown of the events of the show (not really a review, since you just spoiled every part), you missed some of the most important aspects. Fitz DID NOT stab the teleporter, he just happened to appear where Fitz was holding the pipe (making his death by his own hand). Bobbi was not struggling to avoid being shot, she was struggling TO GET SHOT SO SHE COULD SAVE HUNTER. Seriously, that was heartbreaking to watch and you glossed over it like you did this after reading crib notes.
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11:40AM on 05/13/2015
*for bringing
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5:51AM on 05/13/2015
for someone who stopped watching after the first 2 episodes of S1, when does the show get good?
Cause it really seems like I should get back into it.
for someone who stopped watching after the first 2 episodes of S1, when does the show get good?
Cause it really seems like I should get back into it.
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7:15AM on 05/13/2015
Watch the entire second season. You already know what happened in the first season if you watched the movies. Hydra was half of shield and tried to take down the world. About 3/4 the way the the first season the show mirrors whats going on with Winter Soldier. So since you know just start watching season 2. It will start an entire new storyline for the most part. There is still Hydra for awhile but its not the main focal point for long. In the entire season I would say there were only one or
Watch the entire second season. You already know what happened in the first season if you watched the movies. Hydra was half of shield and tried to take down the world. About 3/4 the way the the first season the show mirrors whats going on with Winter Soldier. So since you know just start watching season 2. It will start an entire new storyline for the most part. There is still Hydra for awhile but its not the main focal point for long. In the entire season I would say there were only one or two episodes that I thought missed more than they hit. The first episode of season 2 is better than the entire season 1. Hell even the worst episode of season 2 is probably better than all of season 1.
8:16AM on 05/13/2015
I'd say S1 Episode 8 slightly picks up and slowly gets better from there. Anything before that is set up, it lets the audience get used to the characters. SHIELD is more focused on telling a story about those characters less about anything bigger MCU... for now.
I'd say S1 Episode 8 slightly picks up and slowly gets better from there. Anything before that is set up, it lets the audience get used to the characters. SHIELD is more focused on telling a story about those characters less about anything bigger MCU... for now.
11:47AM on 05/13/2015
Feel free to watch Episodes 20 and 21 as a two hour movie. It's better than some of the actual movies.
Feel free to watch Episodes 20 and 21 as a two hour movie. It's better than some of the actual movies.
4:29AM on 05/13/2015

Best single episode of the series!

This show has had its ups and downs over its two seasons, mostly the first lets face it, but this was without a doubt a major high. Maybe even the highest its ever been, at least in my mind. Were there things bad about this episode, yeah one or two for me which I'll get into later, but as a whole this episode fired on all cylinders.This episode had so much to love. The fight scenes were amazing for tv, shy of daredevil, but amazing for network and cable tv. The sad thing, and I'll probably get
This show has had its ups and downs over its two seasons, mostly the first lets face it, but this was without a doubt a major high. Maybe even the highest its ever been, at least in my mind. Were there things bad about this episode, yeah one or two for me which I'll get into later, but as a whole this episode fired on all cylinders.This episode had so much to love. The fight scenes were amazing for tv, shy of daredevil, but amazing for network and cable tv. The sad thing, and I'll probably get shit for this, I actually found this more a satisfying 2 hours than watching Ultron. I liked Ultron, I loved this. This show just shed its season one marvel outlier story espionage show and became a full fledged superhero show that isn't going to be on the MCU movie coattails but instead be leading the fans of the MCU into the story of a few of the movies coming up. Mark my words this show will suddenly become far more important to the overall MCU than it has ever been. This episode was an 11. Thats right the dial went up to 11 for this one because fuck a 10.

*SPOILERS BELOW*

Ok lets tally the body count, cause holy fuck did they rack up the bodies this episode.

-Raina
-Jiaying
-Agent 33
-Gordon
-Shield Agents 6-99 lol
-Shield Board dude
-And possibly even Simmons (who isn't and I'll explain below)
-Coulson's hand (ok so just pouring one out for the homie's hand)

Wow just wow. Hell of a list. Now Raina makes sense because she's signed onto Preacher as one of the leads to her real life boyfriend Dominic Cooper. Not to mention, could you imagine having to be in that makeup every episode for an entire season. It was a stellar practical effect makeup job that they should be commended on. But I don't blame her for not wanting to continue that and I thank her for her portrayal. Story wise she was effectively sacrificed to show Skye the way and out her mom's horribly acted true intentions.

Jiaying thank god finally. I'll touch on it below as one of the minuses, but if for no other reason, jesus fuck she was one of the worst actresses I've ever seen. Even if I liked her character, I hated her acting so I wanted her dead. Thankfully she met her end. How the hell she deserved to act with the talened Mr Maclachlan I'll never know but I love the way they dealt with him. While its somewhat of a departure from the comics, Kyle was only signed for one year so they wrapped it up nicely with him proving his love for his daughter by saving her. Saving her both literally in the moment, and her future self emotionally by not letting her have to be the one to kill her mother. The fact that he agreed to having his memories, and so much pain, wiped to save his daughter is heartbreaking. But it does show he truly loved her and had the best of intentions for her.

Agent 33 I didn't feel any loss for. It was sort of sad that all this happened through effectively no fault of her own. She was just brainwashed by not one but two evil forces. In the end I'm completely indifferent as to the fact that she is gone.

Gordon is a real shame. I liked his character and the special effects, both practical makeup and cgi, were well done. I enjoyed what he brought as a character, and kinda hoped he'd make it to the end and see the light. But he too was just too much of a loyal brainwashed soldier. I gotta admit I was a little perplexed how he was able to teleport around enough to impale himself after Fitz had the dampeners operating. Unless I missed one of them being destroyed, there was a little head scratching on my part there I admit.

I loved that they went back to the Fitzsimmons relationship. Not so much in the will they won't they type of thing, but that they were just friends and so entrenched in their work that there wasn't time for annoying and awkward moping. They finally teased moving in the couple direction after two years, I assumed one of them was done for. I thought Gordon stabbed Fitz for a second there I admit lol. But what happened to Simmons at the end I'm excited to see what happens. My gut feeling is that stone is the the MCU version of the Psyche-Magnetron. That was a Kree device that could turn normal humans into superhuman in order to fight their Inhumans in the event they needed to be wiped out. Thats why the Inhumans feared it so much. My guess is that Simmons becomes Doctor Minerva. That was a Kree geneticist and biologist who gained some powers of her own. Given her stance on the Inhumans, it would fit her character we'll just say.

Glad to see Mac isn't going anywhere, I do love his character, just not for a few weeks there, but tonight the guy I liked came back. I wished there was more Hunter, as he became one of my favorites not long after entering into the lineup. I can definitely see though how they were going to setup that spinoff with Hunter and Bobbi. But now is the time to keep a team together and the focus on this show not split everything up as you finally get it working so I'm glad it got canned.

Coulson, poor Coulson. First the MCU kills the guy, resurrects him by opening his brain up to be zapped by star wars robots, and now cuts his hand off? Fury loses an eye to be Shield director so Coulson has to lose a hand? They better get him a new one quick. After all they have the scientist/doctor from the Ultron movie that can build biological robotics and can completely heal flesh. You have the Extremis stuff that can regrow missing limbs. You can also go the Deathlok or Winter Soldier robotic tech route too. Lets hope its something because this guy doesn't deserve it. If they do replace his hand it will be explained away with option 1 or 2 that I listed, 3 or 4 would be too effect heavy and thereby expensive lol.

Shield, more importantly Sky and Coulson will now begin to have Shield become about getting superhumans/inhumans on their side. They will form a crack team and this will be a real superhero show now, albeit with a spy angle to it. This show isn't going to be Shield so much as it will become "The Secret Warriors". For those not in the know that was a specialist group of superhuman Shield teams. At the very end Coulson handed Skye a dossier. The cover of the blue folder read "caterpillar". Caterpillar was the name given to the groups within the organization. Skye was the leader of the prime Caterpillar group after Slingshot got sidelined when her arms got cut off. So this show seems to be going that direction which means that it is going to be very "super" oriented.

So Ward is the new head of Hydra now? I actually like that. Though I suppose Zemo is being setup in the Civil War movie so I assume he'll be the true leader of Hydra now and Ward might be a leader in his own mind only.

As for what I didn't like, My Hyde "transformation" really???? I waited all season for you to glue some fucked up over accentuated eyebroys on Kyle and call it Hyde? Flash builds a CGI menacing telepathic Gorilla that is amazing, and the deep coffers of Marvel can't afford to give us a great (or even mediocre) CGI hulking menacing Mr Hyde transformation. I actually laughed when he popped up. It would be one thing if this were mid season and this was just his origin and initial transformation. If he was going to go back and tweek it to become the true monster he was in the comics. I mean the guy threw down with Thor and the Hulk and Thing and could trade blows. But here truck and he can barely budge it? Severely disappointed with this. I'm also disgusted with the Jiaying actress's inability to, y'know, act? Lastly while everything turned out great and Shield is back to normal, I hated the tale of two Shield storyline the first few weeks.

Ok well thats it for now. All I can say is this episode and season were amazing for me. Sure it had its hiccups, but it was leaps and bounds ahead of last season. And if this is anything to gauge it by as to where the series is heading, we're in for a hell of a ride.
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5:42AM on 05/13/2015
Wopolopolus, your analysis is always a must-read after every Agents of SHIELD episode. Full of knowledge and thought, you add to the weekly joblo review immensely.
Wopolopolus, your analysis is always a must-read after every Agents of SHIELD episode. Full of knowledge and thought, you add to the weekly joblo review immensely.
7:19AM on 05/13/2015
I've gotten compliments before, and told I should write about superheroes stuff here before lol, but I must admit your praise is very much appreciated. I just relished in comic books as a kid into my early teens, so my adult self is smiling ear to ear at the new age renaissance that comics are getting. They are coming to life in ways I could never have imagined when I was a kid. And the kid in me is still loving it, which I hope comes through in what I write about them.
I've gotten compliments before, and told I should write about superheroes stuff here before lol, but I must admit your praise is very much appreciated. I just relished in comic books as a kid into my early teens, so my adult self is smiling ear to ear at the new age renaissance that comics are getting. They are coming to life in ways I could never have imagined when I was a kid. And the kid in me is still loving it, which I hope comes through in what I write about them.
11:33AM on 05/13/2015
1. Agent Oliver is dead. That's the guy with the beard who always said "I agree" whenever Gonzales suggested something. So now Weaver, Mack and Bobbi are the only people left from New SHIELD (besides the grunts). I wasn't sure if May was leaving for good or just going on vacation: maybe this was Marvel hedging their bets in case Ming Na wanted a lot of money for season 3. Anyway, assuming she comes back, we are left with Coulson, Skye, Fitz, Simmons, May, Hunter, Weaver, Mack and Bobbi.
1. Agent Oliver is dead. That's the guy with the beard who always said "I agree" whenever Gonzales suggested something. So now Weaver, Mack and Bobbi are the only people left from New SHIELD (besides the grunts). I wasn't sure if May was leaving for good or just going on vacation: maybe this was Marvel hedging their bets in case Ming Na wanted a lot of money for season 3. Anyway, assuming she comes back, we are left with Coulson, Skye, Fitz, Simmons, May, Hunter, Weaver, Mack and Bobbi. That's not enough characters for two shows. If they wanted two shows they shouldn't have killed off a third of their cast these past few weeks!

2. This show was written with the spin off in mind but now that it hasn't panned out I can guess that Bobbi and Hunter will be staying. Presumably the Terrigen Mist will cause people like Cloak and Dagger and Ms. Marvel to get their powers. I don't want Deathlok to come back because the actor is really bland so I'd be happy if Skye's team consisted of her, Lincoln, Simmons, Cloak, Dagger and Ms. Marvel with Coulson, Weaver, Bobbi, Hunter, May, Fitz and Mack providing assistance. If I didn't already know the spin off was supposed to be about Hunter and Bobbi then I would have guessed it was going to focus on Skye and the Secret Avengers. If Ms. Marvel gets her own show then maybe she can be on Skye's team: she's the only person on the show who was an Avenger in the comics.

3. The quantum interference device didn't prevent Gordon from teleporting: it prevented him from leaving the room.
4:19AM on 05/13/2015
I'm really happy that I stuck with this show. Sure it was a little rocky at the beginning of Season 01, but damn, it has turned into some really great story-telling. I haven't watched this episode yet (I will tonight), but I'm already looking forward to Season 03.
I'm really happy that I stuck with this show. Sure it was a little rocky at the beginning of Season 01, but damn, it has turned into some really great story-telling. I haven't watched this episode yet (I will tonight), but I'm already looking forward to Season 03.
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4:02AM on 05/13/2015
Sad that Skye's mom turned out to be a villain but a strong finish for Cal
Sad that Skye's mom turned out to be a villain but a strong finish for Cal
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4:16AM on 05/13/2015
Yeah, I didn't see that coming. When she pulled the Terragin Crystal on Admiral Adama (Gonzalez), and then shot herself, I was like 'whoahh'. Haven't watched the finally yet, but I'm about to in a few minutes.
Yeah, I didn't see that coming. When she pulled the Terragin Crystal on Admiral Adama (Gonzalez), and then shot herself, I was like 'whoahh'. Haven't watched the finally yet, but I'm about to in a few minutes.
11:35AM on 05/13/2015
*Terrigen *finale
*Terrigen *finale
3:31AM on 05/13/2015

Amazing finale

Straight up 10/10
this 2 hour finale may have actually been better than some MCU films
Great action, lots of sacrifice, emotionally draining... Knowing they wipe Cal's memory (and that he was in agreement to it) makes their goodbye even sadder as you truly get to know his good intentions and his love for his daughter.
Straight up 10/10
this 2 hour finale may have actually been better than some MCU films
Great action, lots of sacrifice, emotionally draining... Knowing they wipe Cal's memory (and that he was in agreement to it) makes their goodbye even sadder as you truly get to know his good intentions and his love for his daughter.
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