’Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’: ‘The Laws of Inferno Dynamics’ Review

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AgentsAgents of S.H.I.E.L.D. picked up right where we left off in last week’s episode as Coulson, Ghost Rider and Fitz have returned from the shadow dimension to help stop Eli Morrow once and for all. But things aren’t that simple in the winter finale as the team deals with dangerous forces.

Director Mace confronts Radcliffe about AIDA as Coulson came out clean about Radcliffe’s secret project. While he doesn’t do anything about it first, towards the end of the episode Mace decides that from now on, the program will be done under the organization’s supervision which Radcliffe doesn’t seem to thrilled about.

After making a new deal with the Devil last week, Robbie is giving it his all as he come face to face with Eli. He confronts him about what happened to him and Gabe all those years ago. But as he tries to get answers from his uncle, Robbie realizes there is no point as Eli have gotten more obsessed about the powers he now possess.

Robbie tries to flame on to take Eli down, but Eli is already one step ahead and prevents Robbie from transforming. Coulson shows up in the right time to distract Eli and the Ghost Rider comes out to play once again. However, during the big battle, Ghost Rider and Eli suddenly vanish into thin air inside the cell that.

Daisy, who has been experiencing some pain inside of herself, gets her public image cleared thanks to Mace when the press discovers her presence. While one threat is gone, a new evil appears towards the end of the episode as we discover that someone on the team is an imposter while the real version of this character is being held hostage.

A lot went down in tonight’s episode, so there is a lot to discuss about. With all of that said, hit the NEXT button below and let’s go through some of tonight’s biggest highlights and important moments in the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 4 episode: “The Laws of Inferno Dynamics”

#5: Yo-Yo & Mack’s Love Lives Again

#4: Director Mace Gets Into Action

#3: Quake’s Public Image Restored

#2: Ghost Rider Vs Eli Morrow

#1: The Ending

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Andy Behbakht

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  • Joseph Chaisson

    What was the teaser at the end of the episode?

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    • Worldmind

      There was a trailer for the second half of the season, and also announced a Slingshot (Yo-Yo) mini-series that should be online somewhere on 12 December

      • Joseph Chaisson

        Thank you. dang i was hoping it was for something else

  • Worldmind

    It’s pretty simple to understand: The power bursts weren’t coming from Quake. It was her suddenly realizing she could detect, and absorb, tremors coming from other sources, i.e. the tremors caused by Eli’s powers. That part of the episode, developing Daisy’s powers, and also getting her back on the team legit, was cool.

    The May thing, well May has been May the whole time, but early in this episode she says to Coulson (I’m paraphrasing) “I can’t join you on this mission, I have to go babysit Aida and drive her home” (??) So obviously that’s when Aida attacks her and replaces her with an LMD May. It’s basically saying “OK, at a time of grave threat, we’re gonna turn your most badass combatant into a chauffeur and send her away for couple of hours for, ya know, reasons.” It was pretty stupid.

  • Matias Gagliardone

    I really enjoyed this episode, the only thing that disppointed me was how they nerfed Ghost Rider and we didn’t get to see him fight Eli