To all of my fellow Agents of SHIELD fans, I think group therapy would benefit us all

lackyannie:

theangiec:

This makes me laugh. everytime. I will never not reblog this 

THIS IS MY NUMBER 1 FAVORITE THING OON THIS GOD FORSAKEN SITE

Reblog if you’re shorter than 5’8.

If Marvel is going to make episodes like that one it needs to offer complimentary therapy sessions

Agents of SHIELD

You cannot tell me that there will not be a second season because my emotional stability (or instability) depends on this show

Ok but who was May married to?

I NEED 6 SEASONS AND A MOVIE ABOUT MELINDA MAY’S MOM

AND ONE ABOUT COULSON AND AUDREY

mariavcblog:

Grant didn’t just say “Skye” or that he was there because of Skye (that could mean anything) he specifically said that he wanted to spend time with her…. and yes, I will use anything I can to keep the water out of this ship.

But wait, there’s more !

They said that the team is going to find out…

Anonymous whispered:
How do you think they're going to handle Ward's character? How would you like them to handle it? Do you think he's still up for redemption at all or did this episode pretty much shoot that down?

marysuepoots:

I think if anything, this episode actually shows us that he really is struggling with grey areas.  There was no reason for him to tell Skye more about his older brother, but he did.  And yes, it could be because he wanted to earn her trust, but he finishes it by telling her that he’s not a good man.  Like he’s warning her.

And then, when she finds out the truth, instead of running from the beast, she climbs into it’s stomach and waits for her chance to kick her way out, from the inside.  She smiles at him and he smiles back, and what hurts us here is that we, as viewers, know that his feelings for her are genuine.  He thinks, for a brief moment, that he’s going to win this.  He smiles at her like she’s his whole universe, and she thinks he killed Melinda May.

So here’s what I need.  I need them to show that abuse is a cycle, and that Ward is trapped and has never known anything else.  I need Ward to figure out what he wants.  Who he is, past the abuse, past the personalities.  I need him to feel.  Really, truly feel.  And I don’t think there’s any true redemption for him.  Lawful good, at this point, is pretty much out of the question.  But I think there’s hope for some good in him, or at least a sense of balance.

marysuepoots:

Fitz is seeing what obsessive love looks like and he’s terrified

and he’s also learning that love is putting the needs of others before your own