Marvel's ‘SHIELD’ and ‘Captain America’ Crossover: Two Big Villain Shockers

Marvel's 'SHIELD' and 'Captain America' Crossover: Two Big Villain Shockers


Allies become enemies as the ABC series feels the aftershocks of “Winter Soldier”

Clutch. The. Pearls.

ABC-Marvel's “Agents of SHIELD” finally felt the effects of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier's” plot Tuesday.

(Spoiler alert: Don't read this if you don't want to know what happened on Tuesday's episode titled “Turn, Turn, Turn.”)

Now that fans know the enemy organization HYDRA has secretly been hiding under SHIELD's nose for 50 years, they also know the identity of season-long baddie “The Clairvoyant” — it's Agent Garrett, played by guest star Bill Paxton.

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Fans also learned an even bigger shocker: Field specialist and all-around good guy Agent Ward (Brett Dalton) is really a bad guy. A very, very bad guy.

The action-packed episode, full of aerial dogfights and double-crosses, ended with Ward gunning down fellow agents that were holding his former mentor — Garrett — captive.

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“Turn, Turn, Turn” marks a significant (no pun intended) turning point for the series, which now finds team leader Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg) struggling to protect his agency from their own people, as bases around the world are taken over by HYDRA's resurgence.

Next week's episode, “Providence,” further explores the fallout of “Turn” and “Winter Soldier,” as the rest of the season runs uninterrupted to deliver fans even more body-blow surprises.

  • EdwardNygma

    I always hated Ward. He just didn't fit with the rest of the characters. Guess we know why now.

    • Otto66

      Careful, could be the old double reverse.

  • unsean

    Geez! Thanks for the spoilers on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.! How about some warning before doing something that douchy! And I watch the show regularly, just NOT. THAT. EPISODE.

    • Chris

      Why would you read a recap if you know you haven't seen the episode? That's your fault

      • unsean

        Because, smartass, it didn't say there would be spoilers. As I said, that column popped up literally two hours (EST) after the episode aired. I have literally read reviews of “The Walking Dead” episodes that days after the episode, didn't reveal spoilers. Why not? Because it's bad form. Then again, you know that.