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Who is the victimized Kree donor for Project T.A.H.I.T.I.?

Project T.A.H.I.T.I. is Now, I’m not suggesting Fury or S.H.I.E.L.D. killed the Kree to do this, but it’s pretty morbid stuff in any case. He just may have been the equivalent of a private who died ...
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Is there any evidence that Coulson's protective actions of Daisy are the result of his T.A.H.I.T.I. treatment?

In Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Phil Coulson clearly shows great favor to Daisy Johnson, something noted as suspicious by the "Real S.H.I.E.L.D." faction. The T.A.H.I.T.I. treatment did introduce ...
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Who are Coulson's parents in Agents of SHIELD?

Do we ever find out who Coulson's parents are?
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What is Grant Ward's fighting style in Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.?

Here are some examples: What is Grant Ward's fighting style, if any?
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What was incriminating about the picture of Agent Simmons?

In S02E05 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (“A Hen in the Wolf House”), Raina threatens Agent Coulson with her intention to send a picture of Agent Simmons to all HYDRA employees, because she knows that The ...
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Avengers Endgame vs Marvel Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D - Time Travel differences

Marvels Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D has been consistent over the time with the MCU, so that both storylines belong to the same universe and reality. There are numerous occasions when characters and ...
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Who was the old guy with the last part of the device in the penultimate episode of Agents of Shield?

When the Agents of Shield assembled for the last time in the other timeline, who was the old guy who said the bus was late that brought the tuning fork? Seems like lots of the things that happened in ...
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Why does the Confederacy use Japanese characters?

Season 5 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has a group called the Confederacy. When their off world site is shown it has a set of changing Japanese characters on an electronic display in the background. The ...
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Why were there so many Daisy Johnson LMDs?

In Marvel's Agents of SHIELD, Season 4, Episode 15 "Self Control", SHIELD is infiltrated by LMDs (Life Model Decoys) with specific agents replicated and replaced. Daisy finds twenty LMDs of herself, ...
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Why did they send Ward in to capture Lorelei?

In Agents of Shield, Coulson's team tries to capture Lorelei with the help of Lady Sif. They knew going in that she can control men, so why didn’t they send a team of women instead of sending in men ...
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How did Carl Creel get his powers in Agents of Shield?

In the series is Carl Reel an Inhuman? Is his origin explained? In the comics the powers comes from Loki, but there is no mention of that in the TV series.
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Who were the people working for Enoch in S5E1? [duplicate]

At the beginning of season 5 in Agents of SHIELD, Coulson's team is (mostly) abducted from Rae's Diner by Enoch and a crew of men. These men all seem to be human. One of them even says: My wife ...
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Are the senior Kree wearing make-up?

In Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season five, there are many Kree individuals. Most minor and background characters are "regular" all-blue Kree. However, the major Kree characters all have distinctive unique ...
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Has the connection between these characters and this event been confirmed in Agents of SHIELD (so far)?

In the end stinger from S6E6 ("Inescapable"), Mack seems to suggest that Not that I'm doubting it - it's just enough of a plot convenience to be true - but has any of the exposition we've seen so ...
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Why doesn't Agents of SHIELD follow the events of "Avengers: Infinity War"?

After watching the first episode of the season 6 of Agents of Shield, there's something not right. Why is everybody still there? Why has half the team not gone or at least have a little clue that ...
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Why was the Kree's kill switch so weak?

Thousands of years ago, Kree experimented on primitive humans to create first Inhuman Warriors. Later, the program was abandoned and some Kree Reapers were put in stasis to forever orbit the solar ...
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Why does Phil Coulson do this in Agents of Shield S3E10?

I didn't see a reason for him to do this in the episode, I have probably missed something.
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Who is Trip referring to by "zombie robot back from the dead"?

In "Turn, Turn, Turn" (Season 1, Episode 17 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), shortly after Trip and Simmons find out about Hydra from Agent Weaver we get this exchange: Simmons: How do I know I ...
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Is there any hard evidence that these characters are related?

In Season 5 Was there any evidence to support this other than he heard using a phrase his mother used to use. Did they ever do a DNA test or anything else to prove it?
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Did this character die in the original, looped Agents timeline?

Tightly related to other questions: What was Coulson doing at the bifurcation point, in the looped branch of the timeline When was this character supposed to die in the looped timeline? This whole ...
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In the original timeline, who was the Destroyer of Worlds?

When Daisy and company went to the future, it was widely believed that she was the one who destroyed the Earth. This was partly the basis of her entering a city before it was destroyed: fairly thin ...
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How powerful is Daisy Johnson/Quake at the end of Season 5?

It's implied throughout the later seasons of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. that Daisy Johnson is one of the more powerful beings on Earth (certainly within the show, although we don't have any obvious points ...
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How/Why does Phil Coulson's prosthetic arm work around Remoraths?

In Season 5 Episode 19 : Option Two, the Remoraths are introduced. According to Deke, Deke: The Remoraths are marauders. They're intergalactic scavengers with no planet of their own, so they just ...
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Was Talbot and Qovas's plan reasonable?

As mentioned in the show, goal of gaining a great deal of power was, at least nominally, motivated by a desire to stop Thanos: QOVAS: Thanos and his forces have begun an assault on your world, even ...
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How did Daisy survive this?

In the season finale, when Daisy and Talbot are fighting, Talbot grabs Daisy. Daisy is battered and scratched (and possibly has some internal injuries, who knows), but is alive and conscious. To a ...
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What does the Centipede serum do?

After takes the Centipede serum during the battle with Talbot, that person is able to launch him into the air (and apparently into space?), something seemingly beyond those powers as demonstrated so ...
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Where has Deke gone? [closed]

Note: this question has no spoilers but possible answers surely would have spoilers, so please mask the answers to prevent spoiling. In Season 5 Episode 22 of Marvel's Agents of SHIELD, I understood ...
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Why did Talbot have so much more control?

When they had virtually no control over their powers. They killed their romantic interest, even though they clearly didn’t want to, and their powers caused all sorts of movement. On the other hand, ...
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Why doesn't Tony Stark know that Coulson is alive?

In Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 5, every police department has the pictures of the agents that are the most wanted (including Coulson), why didn't Tony Stark (with eyes everywhere) know about Coulson'...
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Yo Yo's robot arms

How come when Elena (Yo Yo) used her speed to lock up Mack to get Fitz out of the cell, she was fine, but when she tried to use her speed when they were surrounded, her arms couldn't "keep up" and ...
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Where are Enoch and Fitz?

Season 5 of Agents of SHIELD introduces us to Enoch, who physically sends most of the agents to the future. In an effort to help the Agents he has sent to the future, he works with Fitz to provide ...
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What happened to Wakanda in Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D?

Current season 5 of the tv show, the Earth is pretty apocalyptic (spoiler free). It is set in the Marvel universe and has mentioned the events of previous Marvel movies before, so I don't believe ...
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Why would Coulson want Daisy to take this position?

At the end of Episode 10 of Season 5, Daisy is She argues that Coulson taught her to fight, to which the latter responds, In light of those words and the following facts, it seems clear that ...
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Why does Skye / Daisy / Quake use such a limited version of her power when fighting?

When Skye is given her powers and spends time in Afterlife, it's explained that she can control the vibrations in the objects around her, with I think some implication that this works down to the ...
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Can a shattered planet still hold a breathable atmosphere? [closed]

On Agents of SHIELD Season 5 the Earth is shattered but somehow still holds lakes or oceans and plant life and still has an atmosphere. Is this scientifically or theoretically plausible/possible and ...
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Why did the Chronicoms not interfere previously?

The Chronicoms have stated that they are meant only to observe, with the sole exception being when humanity is threatened with “an extinction-level event.” This apparently need not be an event that ...
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Was there any additional meaning to General Hale’s actions?

Upon Talbot’s hospitalization, authority in the search for S.H.I.EL.D. seems to have gone over to General Hale, an unpolished military officer in much the same vein as General Talbot. She seems ...
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What did Earth’s timeline look like for Fitz and Enoch?

Much of the fifth season is set In previous episodes, characters floated the idea that this was an “alternate timeline” or “alternate universe,” one where Daisy was powerful enough to destroy the ...
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Were these other people Chronicoms?

We know that Enoch is a Chronicom, which is to say a sort of alien temporal observer. When Enoch and his agents came and kidnapped for the purpose of sending them where they wanted; were these ...
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How could Hive use Daisy's blood?

At one point in Season 3, Hive engages a scientist to try to re-create the Kree experiment that turned humans into inhumans. Their first attempt fails, and it's explained that it didn't work because ...
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Where on the planet Maveth does the sun only rise for a few minutes every 18 years?

In Agents of Shield episode S3E5 "4,722 Hours", Jemma Simmons visits the planet of Maveth, where — at least in her area — the sun only rises for a few minutes every 18 years. I'm looking for the spot ...
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Why does TAHITI make people say "It's a magical place?"

In Marvels Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D Agent Coulson is put through the TAHITI programme to This has the side effect of whenever someone mentions Tahiti he will say the phrase "It's a magical place." ...
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Who is watching the resurrection happen?

In the MCU series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., we learn of the resurrection of S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Phil Coulson through the T.A.H.I.T.I. process. In the background of the scene in which this occurs, there ...
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Why did Aida do this to the Framework?

In the final episode of Season 4 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., "World's End", Aida However, it didn’t seem like she shut it down, per se, since people vanished slowly rather than the whole ...
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What was Aida’s real plan?

After Fitz refuses to "choose" Aida, she devises a plan to make him and S.H.I.E.L.D. suffer, and to restore her to power of the sort she enjoyed as Madame Hydra in the Framework. Some quotes ...
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Where did this portal lead?

At the end of Season 4, Ghost Rider Where did this portal lead? It didn’t look much like “Hell,” where one might imagine he might take the Darkhold (given that it originally came from there, and he ...
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What happened to Vijay Nadeer?

Vijay Nadeer is (was?) an Inhuman who was the brother of the Inhuman-hating Senator Nadeer. She kindly shot him and dumped him in the ocean. It was heavily implied that he survived, since upon ...
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Did Aida have her Inhuman powers inside the Framework?

Aida’s Inhuman powers are attributed by Fitz and May to experiments on transferring Inhuman DNA done within the Framework, suggesting that the transfer was done there: COULSON: No, no, no! She has ...
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Is this a M.O.D.O.K. reference?

On Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the Superior, having been placed in a robot body, says that said body is (word-for-word) "designed only for killing." Seeing as he is now a "mechanical organism," this ...
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Does Ophelia have her own avatar?

In the Framework, Daisy and Simmons (at least) had avatars whose places they took: people with their own personalities and backstories, quite different from their outside counterparts. At first it ...
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