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  1. Putting The Hi In Hieroglyphics

    So I really don't know where to put this because I can't find the "in the media" thread but I guess here is okay. I have a short clip of Michael Shanks talking about his time on SGU and what he thought of the series: Also, this another short clip of Michael Shanks and Ben Browder both talking about how much they hated the Zap gun from SG-1:
  2. S05.E22: The End

    I still think that Simmons actions were the ones that lead up to the whole thing with Ruby and the Hydra Machine because IF Simmons didn't break Fitz out of prison and decided to go out on their own to "investigate" then they won't be captured and they wouldn't have been able to even fix the machine. Which would then lead to Ruby not getting the absorption from the gravitonium.
  3. Why didn't I noticed this? I thought that they were able to sneak some uncensored shits but not f-bombs. Wow this episode had balls I really enjoyed this episode but seeing Mr. Fuchs in a giant robot mecha suit only reminded me of Castle Wolfenstein.
  4. Agent Carter in the Media

    I liked the Jarvis/Peggy/Howard dynamic on the show. And they kind of made Peggy friends with that one S.S.R. secretary and Peggy also had that one Russian (well during this time period, Soviet) agent Dottie being her evil foil on the show. Come to think about it, Peggy was also friends with that one waitress that wanted to be an actress.
  5. S05.E22: The End

    Your right but that, in my opinion, is just another example of why the writing on this show sucks so much.
  6. S05.E22: The End

    If the assumption is that there is a spare Fitz, somewhere out there on ice, then there is probably another copy of all of them 70+ years into the future. Because the spare Fitz would have to be frozen and the only reason why Fitz wanted to freeze himself was that he wanted to go the future to be with them. So that is what I am basing my assumption on how they think things can be "resolved" with Fitz but still, it's a reset button and he would still have his "inner Nazi persona" of Dr. Mengele Hydra Fitzler still being part of Fitz. But still, it would be a lot like Ward. The writers went out of their way to kill Ward (who had his "fan club" on places like Reddit but kept on bringing him back. It's going to be a lot like what they did with Ward, IMO, once they bring back Fitz. I really don't care if Ward is evil or Fitz is not supposed to be evil (even though he crossed moral lines in Season 4 and in Season 5 and I kind of actually do believe that Fitz isn't a nice guy at all nor is he the "good guy". He isn't on the same level as Ward but he isn't good either. But that shouldn't be the excuse to have the writers pretty much do the same thing they did with Ward to Fitz. That is why I feel like Fitz should stay dead (but like you I know they will bring Fitz back).
  7. S05.E22: The End

    If they are on a new timeline what if Fitz was never frozen then? But still killing Fitz off (I guess it was for shock value) just so he can reappear for, isn't something that I would want to see. But still, assuming that there is a frozen Fitz somewhere, they have to find Enoch, in the present and explained that the future was changed, by them. Then they have to go to where Enoch is keeping the frozen Ftiz (which looks like their will be one), unfreeze him, and/or have Enoch do it all and drop Fitz off on Earth.
  8. S05.E22: The End

    Yeah, that is why I didn't like Fitz's death because there was a reset button but how would the rest of them even know how to even find Fitz? I know they found Enoch's spaceship but clearly Simmons, May, Mack. Coulson and Daisy won't know how to fly it. Also, still Fitz shouldn't be brought back. It's already bad enough that they decided to destroy a character (twice, IMO) just because they know there is a "restart button" somewhere "out there" (and it doesn't somehow resolve Fitz from crossing moral lines and failure to do even a basic aspect of his job from Season 4 nor they way I understood how his "Fitzler persona" is still in him waiting to come out again). Not to mention that there is no emotional weight to his death because we all knew it wasn't going to last. This is why they shouldn't bring back Fitz. It totally undercuts everything they wrote in SEason 5 finale but I do believe that the writers just don't care about what they write anymore. As with bring back their dead characters (and Fitz would be like bringing back Ward on to the show, IMO), there is no meaning because its either like the case of Mace, Rosalind, and Will where their deaths are easily forgotten by the living and have no long-term impact to the characters or to the long-term story (nor do the characters seem to even care about these characters anymore or even remember them, IMO) or it's like Ward, and they just keep on resurrecting the character in some way as in an overused trope.
  9. S05.E22: The End

    No Fitz doesn't need to come back, in my opinion. He still did what he did during Season 4 and he technically still could go all "Fitzler" on the team the moment he wakes up. Not only that but the show went out of its way to kill him off, much like how they went out of their way with killing Ward off mid-Season 3 and brought back the actor/character later on (which in my opinion, was a mistake) playing Hive (using Ward's body) and in Season 4 a Ward from the Framework. Bringing Fitz back and/or Coulson would be a lot like bringing Ward back, in my opinion. It will be repeating the same thing they did with Ward (also bringing Talbot back wouldn't be so great either. Maybe in a flashback, alternate timeline/parallel universe type thing all three can come back but overall, let the dead stay dead, IMO), but with a character that we were supposed to root for even when he tortured Daisy, he should stay dead just because it will be hard to erase Daisy's emotions of being tortured by him, in my opinion. So, in my opinion, all three characters from this season (Fitz, Coulson, and Talbot) should stay dead. I know that Coulson isn't dead yet but honestly how long can he be at "death's door" before finally passing on or will this character get a miraculous recovery via a deus ex machina the moment Season 6 starts? Also, death on this show has no meaning and it seems to be that this is the show that has brought back more dead characters than the other MCU properties, IMO. Edit: Not to mention this is one criticism that the MCU seems to have ignored mostly, in my opinion. They brought Coulson back/resurrected for this show, then they had Loki do his "death scene" in Thor: The Dark World, Nick Fury faked his own death in The Winter Solider, Elektra was brought back from the dead by The Hand in Daredevil Season 2 and also in The Defenders, etc.... Death just doesn't carry the same emotion nor has the same emotion as in other works, for the MCU in general (for me) and this show seems to have highlighted it the most, in my opinion. I get that the source material for most of these shows/movies are actually comic books and that is a trope that is found in comic books BUT this show is the only show that wasn't based on a comic book. Instead, they had the comic book base on this show (it was reversed) and I feel like the show shouldn't fall into the same comic book tropes that are not loved by everyone.
  10. Agent Carter in the Media

    I am totally in favor for a new season.
  11. S05.E22: The End

    I agree that both Fitz and Coulson shouldn't come back. Because it will take away from the Season 5 finale. I Also think that bringing either character back would be a lot like what they did with Ward.
  12. I wonder if they are going to have that baby monkey rip off the faces of those Nazis?
  13. I really don't know why but I liked seeing the part where Archer was trying to cut Pam and Pam felt something and Archer got embarrassed.
  14. Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)

    My initial thoughts on Qi'ra was that she somehow made Vos into her boyfriend and then used that to get a much hire position within his ranks and/or Vos either took her from that, water worm crimelord (either she was given and/or she saw an opportunity and went with him), marked her, then was pimping her out (initially), and later she became one of his commanding "generals" in his criminal empire. The mark on her wrist does kind of implies that she was his property (as much as I don't like slavery I can see the Star Wars expanded underworld having slaves. Hell, didn't Jabba have slaves as well in RoTJ?) in some way and that she was clearly trying to manipulate him for a much higher position within his ranks, IMO. Even when she betrayed him he was going to let her live by having her kill Han so clearly he thinks that she is worth keeping around. All, in all, I really do think that Qi'ra probably did some terrible things to survive and that maybe killing was something that she could live with but wanted Han an arm's length away, during the second half of the movie, because of her new "relationship" with Vos? Overall, the film never explicitly stated what and how she got there with Vos but I think it was implying a lot with her character. Especially with them always focusing on Vos' mark on her wrist.
  15. Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)

    Oh, him. I have heard about him but I heard that they never bothered to look at him at all.