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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2 Episode 6: A Fractured House -Review

Updated on December 16, 2014

This episode is awesome. We meet Ward's brother for the first time, who turns out to be a Senator. He gets a grudge against SHIELD in this episode, going on a crusade to "Bring them to Justice", after Hydra kills a bunch of people while dressed as SHIELD agents. Some sweet fight scenes, and good character moments. No shocking reveals, but lots of development on several ongoing plot-lines. Fitz's anger at Simmons seems a little forced. Fitz knows she was sent on a mission by Coulson. She didn't actually just up and abandon him. But emotions are often illogical. It's awesome that Scarlotti is a villain on here. He is Whiplash in the comic universe (or was). He was originally supposed to be the villain in Iron Man 2, but the creators of that movie instead chose to combine Whiplash and Titanium Man, because it meant fewer bad guys to share screen time, and Rourke had done an amazing job bringing Vanko to life. Originally, Whiplash/Scarlotti or Vanko was supposed to die at the race track, and then the other become the main villain. I liked the movie, but i did feel Whiplash got shafted a bit. So I'm really happy they gave him some screen time on AoS. And when he pulls the whip like weapon out in the final fight scene, I geeked out mucho.

Overall: 8

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