The Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D series finale, “The End” aired last month on ABC and left fans scratching their heads over what the heck just happened. The show has been going on for seven seasons, and the finale was intended to give an ending for the show to wrap up any loose ends. So, what the heck is going on? This show has been such a big part of my life for the last seven years, and I was really hoping these finale would end up just right! I was left feeling like the ending was a bit of a let down.

The Agents of SHIELD season 7 finale, written by Gage Panabaker, was one of the most action-packed hours of television this year. We had the reunion of the four main heroes (AKA The Team), an epic battle with the Inhumans, and a cliffhanger that will have you begging for more. The finale left fans in a bit of a state, but it’ll be a few weeks before we find out what will happen next.

A culmination of all things Agents of SHIELD, The finale has left us all breathless. We get to see what happens when the team have to save the world from something they can’t beat – an evil within itself. We see things from the point of view of those who can see the evil – those who are not supposed to be there. We get a glimpse of what comes next for two of our favorite characters who have been through the pains of being apart of the team, but yet they’re still always there for each other. Last but not least, none of the characters are safe from the wrath of the villainous entity that has been playing games with them all.

This concludes the story. The last two episodes of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD have arrived after a seven-year wait. Fighting the Chronicoms in a parallel reality, the agents must decide whether or not they can stop the evil intentions and return to their own timeline. Will everyone make it out alive? Why is this the team’s last mission? So, what’s next?

These concerns will be addressed in the following sections.

There will undoubtedly be spoilers for Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD Season 7, Episode 11 below.

(ABC Studios provided all photos.)

 

“The End Is Near” is the title of Episode 712.

Daisy, Mack, and Sousa board a quinjet that docks with the Zephyr, which is subsequently sucked into a Chronicom ship. They find that everyone has left as they transfer from the Quinjet to the Zephyr. Simmons gets injected with something aboard the Chronicom ship. This is their final opportunity to find out where Fitz is. Kora confronts Malick about murdering her mother after Simmons and Deke are brought to a jail. He tells her additional falsehoods in order to persuade her that they would take over the world together.

Except for the Lighthouse, all SHIELD bases were destroyed. Malick sends Garrett down to put explosives all over the area since it has been hardened against assaults. Garrett is present, as Coulson, May, and Yo-Yo are aware. To prevent Gordon from teleporting, Coulson devises a trap based on Fitz’s specifications.

On the ship, Mack, Daisy, and Sousa find a large number of Chronicoms. They were able to identify the location of Simmons and Deke’s detention. Daisy declares that she will go collect them. Sousa stops her and kisses her as she walks off the ship. Daisy reciprocates with a kiss. He admitted that he had no idea he was going to do it, but she says she’s happy he did. Mack casually replies, “Impressive,” as she walks away.

 

Garrett has been apprehended. From there, he won’t be able to disable the Chroni-bombs. They make him call Malick and tell him to wait 10 minutes before exploding. Malick expresses his gratitude for his service by detonating the explosives. Yo-Yo gathered all of the explosives in one location, praying that the Lighthouse would not fall. She begins sifting through the debris and notices Coulson shielding May with his body. When they locate Garrett, he is buried and bleeding. They’ll need him, says Coulson. Garrett is irritated with Malick when he gets treated. Coulson may have persuaded him to join “history’s right side,” and he begins to detect a pattern in the computer noises.

Daisy encounters Chronicoms in the halls as she makes her way to Simmons and Deke, but they ignore her. If Daisy is reunited with Simmons, Sybil forecasts a greater chance of locating Fitz. When Simmons first meets Daisy, she has no idea who she is. The implant in Simmons’ skull has disintegrated, according to Sybil. When they run across Kora, Simmons remembers a lot more. Despite Sybil’s request that he not intervene, Malick had sent her after Daisy. Daisy confronts her sister and sends them to the Zephyr. Daisy attempts to communicate but is interrupted by Kora’s assaults. She refuses to utilize her abilities against Kora and instead attempts to communicate with her.

Sybil is irritated since they were on their way to obtaining the location. Kora informs Malick that she does not believe Daisy is a terrible person. He takes one of his soldiers’ guns and fires a stungun at Kora. Daisy makes her way to the Zephyr. They’ll use two missiles and the corpses of six Chronicoms duct taped to them to blow out of the Chronicom hangar.

Coulson deduced the pattern from the computer. It was indicating the position of an 084–an unidentified item. Garrett grudgingly agrees to transfer them to the destination. They enter a pub, where they are told to freeze by a figure in the shadows. Garrett reaches for his pistol and is fatally wounded. After the assault, Coulson recognizes them and thinks they all reacted to the same message. It’s a group of SHIELD agents (including Victoria Hand, who shot Garrett). They explain that since Garrett was a traitor, they were able to save the planet. It turned out that they’d all been protecting parcels, 084s, for quite some time.

As Mack, Daisy, Simmons, Deke, and Sousa arrive at the bar, Coulson opens all of the gifts. Simmons instantly begins putting together all of the various gadgets. As an elderly guy with a plastic bag enters, she declares that one is gone. He has no recollection of who handed it to him. It might have been his buddy Enoch or one of the Koenings, he claims. A tuning fork is the last device. When the whole gadget is activated, a hidden chamber appears. Simmons is unsure about what should be in the room.

They placed the finished product on top of a console. Simmons doesn’t do anything till she recalls she was married. When she inserts her ring into one of the machine’s slots, a gateway appears above it. Fitz is revealed by a masked guy who teleports there. “Jemma, you did it,” he says. It’s effective.” Fitz attempts to approach her but is stopped by her. “She doesn’t remember me, does she?” Fitz asks the room. Damn.”

Sybil reports a new statistical abnormality aboard the Chronicom ship. New York City is experiencing a power outage. Malick brings up the SHIELD safe house. He requests hunters and promises to personally see that they are all killed off. According to Sybil, there’s a 22% chance it will work, but it’s a certainty that this will be the last time the SHIELD team is together. “The finish is in sight.”

“What We’re Fighting For” (Episode 713).

At the bar, there is a quarrel. Fitz argues it doesn’t matter what the Chronicoms have done, while the others discuss it. They may still access and preserve their previous chronology. Mack inquires whether he is permitted to return. Fitz claims to have been there. He informs them that he understands that what they’ve gone through hasn’t been easy, and that they’ve had to make sacrifices, but it’s the only way to preserve the original timeline. Everybody is enraged. He goes on to explain that they wanted to make it this far because it would provide them with the secret to rescuing their planet. What is the secret to success? Kora. She isn’t among them.

Fitz describes the quantum converter being installed aboard the Zephyr. They won’t be able to return, according to Coulson. Fitz says that they traveled back in time and split up. To return to their timeline, they may go via a realm known as the Quantum Realm. They can’t leave the people in this timeline with the Chronicoms, says Coulson. The Chronicoms will have to accompany them.

Deke sees an atomic bubble produced by the gadget that transported Fitz across. They simply need to build it large enough to fit all of the Chronicoms in. Mack points out that the Zephyr isn’t capable of supplying so much electricity, but Deke claims that 1983 New York City is. Someone will have to remain behind as a result of this. It’s time to call it quits on the band. Daisy claims that it makes no difference since this is their last assignment together. Fitz is shocked she already knew it, but he confirms it. Sousa claims that he will remain because he belongs there. Deke comes in and interrupts him. He has the scientific expertise required to re-patch the electricity. He’s seen a genuine connection between Sousa and Daisy, and all he wants is for her to be happy. He thinks that if Fitz and Simmons “reconnect,” they’ll eventually run across him. Besides, he’s a rock god in that town.

The Zephyr is about to take flight. The gadget has been switched on. The Chronicoms are taken aboard the Zephyr, leaving Deke and the other agents in the dark. One of them inquires whether he is the new man in charge. Deke pauses for a while before responding, “Yes.”

Simmons must be coaxed into remembering by Fitz. Enoch has gotten his hands on a copy of the timestream. They locate Piper and Flint before the last battle at the temple (at the conclusion of Season 5). To aid them, they have Flint construct a portion of the Time Monolith. Fitz looked through the timestream for a method to vanquish the Chronicoms. They made the decision to live a normal life before returning to rescue their comrades. They have been doing it for a long time. They then returned to the point where they had left Piper and Flint. Fitz enters the confinement pod, which has been altered. Simmons begs them to put their lives on the line to defend it. Fitz is now recognizable to her, and she realizes she hasn’t forgotten anything.

They still need to take care of a few things. Fitz, Simmons, Yo-Yo, and Sousa dress up as reinforcements at the temple in hazmat suits. In the Zephyr, Coulson, May, Mack, and Daisy are out in space. The Chronicoms find the Zephyr from the past and shoot it before it vanishes, blowing up the temple in the process. A Chronicom spacecraft arrives on top of the present Zephyr. As Mack and Coulson search for Kora, Daisy begins battling Chronicoms. Sybil snatches up Coulson and plans to reprogramme him. He claims it makes no difference since Fitz and Simmons have arrived at the Lighthouse. She issues an order for all hunters to attack the Lighthouse as well as any SHIELD sites. Coulson grins and explains that all they needed from her was her permission. It’s a huge battle when May crashes through the roof.

Daisy and Malick have an argument. He claims to have researched her past and all of her foes. He feels privileged to be the last. Kora is discovered in the power transfer chair, and Mack transports her to the Chronciom control room. Outside the Lighthouse’s control room, where Fitz, Simmons, Yo-Yo, and Sousa are, chronicoms are pounding. May is supposed to show empathy to the Chronicoms. As Kora comes to life, she heads to the command interface. When an explosion occurs near the Lighthouse, the Chronicoms in the area come to a halt and raise their heads. Yo-Yo asks whether they’re friends or foes after the light display, and they say friends as they lay down their weapons.

They begin to walk away until they see Daisy battling Malick. Mack informs Coulson that they must let her to complete her mission. Kora has now deleted all Chronicom data on the planet, Daisy informs Malick. The mission has been completed. He ties her to the wall and tells her that the ships are going to annihilate her whole group of pals. She won’t be able to murder him without also killing herself. “That’s the plan,” she adds. Malick is put back into a power core after she uses her abilities. The ship catches fire and explodes.

Daisy’s corpse drifts in space before being found. Kora uses some of her abilities to bring her back to life. Mack expresses gratitude to Kora. “This is what we’re fighting for,” Coulson adds. Daisy ends with the word “family.”

Fitz and Simmons have dashed to the confinement pod. Piper is perplexed and wonders if they were just protecting the item for no reason. “No, you were protecting our everything,” Fitz replies. Another door may be found at the rear. A little child is sleeping in an improvised bed inside. It’s their little girl. There are flashbacks of the three of them living together.

After a Year

The bar welcomes Coulson, Daisy, Yo-Yo, May, Fitz, and Simmons. Mack is running late. He claims he was called to Moscow because of a circumstance that required his attention. When Simmons inquires, he is told that the information is classified. Daisy inquires whether he is used to his current location. Mack thinks having a view is strange. Is Yo-Yo still assigned to that location? She claims she’s on a mission to find an 084. Yo-Yo says it’s because she has a strong team, not because Mack is their most accomplished agent. May is asked whether she is enjoying her “new career” by Simmons. May expresses her displeasure, but Coulson corrects her. “I battled aliens, demons, and androids,” May adds. This is the first time I’ve ever felt so tired in my life.”

May gets a “Amen to that” from Fitz. Daisy inquires about his knowledge of exhaustion now that he is retired. “Only someone without kids would say that,” Fitz replies, pointing to her. They discuss their daughter. Everyone has been sending presents to each other. Agent Sousa even sent a lovely letter to them. Daisy teases him about it, and she just bought him a typewriter. Daisy and Sousa are getting along well. She’s been catching up with him. He wept like a baby when she showed him ET, she said. He also refers to them as “astro-ambassadors.”

What about Coulson, for example? He planned on taking a year off. He says he can always turn himself off, but he’ll take his time and finish his evaluation. May claims that she might utilize him after his vacation. Mack claims that he, too, could do it. Daisy says that he can have a beautiful berth on the Zephyr-3. Coulson replies he’ll remember that.

Daisy then flickers. Yo-Yo declares that she must go. She’s on her way to the drop zone. May has a bunch of people waiting for her. Daisy reports they’ve just entered a nebula and she’s going to lose signal. They make this a ritual, according to Simmons. After all they’ve been through, Mack agrees that they can’t lose contact. The joking goes on for a little more, and they even mention Deke’s name.

Yo-Yo puts her phone down and finds herself in the back of a speeding vehicle with Piper and a Davis LMD. She exits the vehicle and sprints to the spot. May invites Coulson to visit and speak with the newcomers. Flint is behind her as she switches off. She works at the SHIELD Coulson Academy as a teacher. Because their daughter was kicking Fitz, Fitz and Simmons had to leave. Mack informs Coulson that the gadget has arrived at HQ. He turns off and emerges off the helicarrier wearing a Nick Fury trenchcoat.

Daisy and Coulson are the only ones remaining. She informs him that without these people, it’s not the same. She inquires as to whether he is really simply out viewing the sights. He claims he has a list of locations he wants to see. She reminds him of his actions here. There are individuals who are both lost and hopeful out there. Who will locate them if he doesn’t? Coulson inquires about her new recruit. She claims to be in excellent health. She’s had a lot, but it’s amazing what can happen when someone believes in you. She departs and joins Sousa on the Zephyr. He inquires as to whether they are satisfactory. Kora, who is sitting in the co-seat, pilot’s motions them ahead. They are awestruck by the nebula’s dazzling lights.

 

Coulson takes a briefcase out of his bag. There’s a gadget and some keys in there. He locates the Lola by hitting the key fob. He enters, puts on his sunglasses, switches on the machine, and selects the flying mode. The cherry red Corvette changes color, darkens, and rises. “Cool.” Coulson takes off.

Thoughts

It’s still difficult to believe it’s all done. Even though it’s just been seven years, it seems like it’s been a lot longer. Maybe it was the hours I spent watching the program with my daughter or the many times I had the opportunity to interview the actors. This trip seems to be taking forever.

It’s a bittersweet conclusion. Fitz and Simmons’ desire to retire with their daughter is reasonable. It’s unclear why the others were unable to continue working together. They’re all still working with SHIELD in some capacity. It’s a new planet, therefore they may not be able to remain in the same group. They don’t actually see one other anymore, which is a shame. After a year, they could only communicate through high-tech SHIELD VR. They agreed to do it in a year’s time, so they won’t see one other until then.

Couldn’t they just go back to the other timeline and bring Deke back?

It’s been a lot of fun. The program has come a long way. With them, we’ve gone through so much. It’s a lovely way to send them go. There’s a possibility we’ll get to see them at some point. Let’s hope Marvel Studios doesn’t simply brush them under the rug since they had nothing to do with the show’s production. A spin-off is required. These characters must be seen again. It’s difficult to imagine our lives without these people.

Please forgive me as I curl up into a ball and try to absorb everything.

Thank you to the Agents of SHIELD cast and crew.

 

 

 

 

On May’s birthday, the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. fought against Hydra’s new leader, Ward, and defeated his forces in the battle. However, at the end of the episode, the whole world saw a new evil that they have been trying to protect the world from. In fact, it turns out that the evil of the episode was a literal “evil” that almost destroyed the world and the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are the only people who can stop it.. Read more about agents of s.h.i.e.l.d. season 7 recap and let us know what you think.

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