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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

End of the Beginning is the sixteenth episode of the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..[]

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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. - The Uprising-1

PLOT: End of the Beginning[]

Agents Garrett and Triplett check into a Sydney safe house, but are soon confronted by Deathlok, on whom their weapons have little effect, though he nonetheless flees. Afterward, Coulson gathers together Agents Hand, Sitwell, Blake, Garrett and Triplett in a remote location to isolate against the Clairvoyant’s vision. Having narrowed the list of possible candidates to 13 from those rejected by S.H.I.E.L.D.’s gifted index, Coulson proposes that they compartmentalize a plan so that none of them have the full scope of the mission, though Hand points out that someone with S.H.I.E.L.D. clearance would need to organize that.

After Fitz and Simmons take more of Skye’s blood, Coulson tells Skye of her involvement with the mission, as the Agents surprise her with a S.H.I.E.L.D. badge of her own, officially indoctrinating her into the organization with clearance. Elsewhere, Deathlok examines himself in the mirror, before the Clairvoyant types over the eye-piece that he left him a gift outside. Deathlok opens it, finding a silver gauntlet that attaches itself to his wrist and uploads weapons data.

Sitwell ends up called away for a mission while Hand returns to the Hub, and Garrett bonds with Skye over the injuries they’ve both suffered. Downstairs, May overhears Fitz and Simmons discussing their analysis of Skye’s blood, and asks to be brought up to speed on any observed side effects first. Meanwhile, Coulson tasks Skye with looking through the 13 potential Clairvoyant files for a pattern others might not have seen.

Triplett and Ward are sent to investigate a target in the UK, while Garrett is paired with Coulson, and Blake is paired with May in search of a man in an assisted living facility named Thomas Nash. Coulson finds his car mysteriously diverted and blocked, while Trip and Ward find their location empty, and Blake and May find no one in the home. Deathlok appears and attacks Blake, but his pleas for Mike to listen fall on deaf ears, and Deathlok violently injures the man, before escaping. Agent Hand suspects that Thomas Nash simply provided a cover for Deathlok to attack, meaning the Clairvoyant can still see their plans.

Simmons is tasked with working alongside Triplett at the Hub for the moment, though Fitz vows to set up a secure line for them to stay in touch. Meanwhile, Skye goes over Nash’s file to learn that he could predict people’s behavior, but lacked the ability to alter it, while Coulson realizes that they can track Deathlok through one of Blake’s tracking rounds. The team follows a signal to an abandoned race track in Florida, though Ward insists on keeping Skye behind for protection’s sake.

Fitz’s trackers explore the facility, from which Skye finds Deathlok and sees that he has been considerably altered underneath the skin. Deathlok attacks the team again before fleeing into a sub-basement, followed by Coulson and Garrett. Deathlok seems to disappear, though the trackers pick up another presence nearby: that of the paralyzed Thomas Nash, who claims himself to be the Clairvoyant, though he never approved of the name.

With the whole team gathered, Nash insists on wanting to meet Coulson in person, nothing that even if they sent him to prison, he’d still be able to see them with his abilities. Nash prophesies that a force beyond Coulson’s comprehension will come for him and Skye, taking what it wants from her and killing her in the process, but Ward angrily shoots Nash dead before he can continue detailing the plan. Coulson balks at the brazen action, for which Ward will face a review, while May updates Coulson that Nick Fury has returned and waits for him at the Triskelion.

Ward explains to Skye in captivity that Nash simply knew how to push all of his buttons, though he doesn’t regret his actions given the man’s threats. Meanwhile, Fitz sets up his secure comm line with Simmons, but finds that something must be distorting the connection, and investigates. Upstairs, Coulson wonders if Nash had really been the Clairvoyant, as Skye brings to his attention that thus far the villain had been pushing all their buttons with details obtained from their own personal S.H.I.E.L.D. files. Coulson interrogates Ward to ask if he’d been ordered to kill the Clairvoyant, while Fitz stumbles upon a secure communications line hidden among May’s personal possessions.

Fitz wonders aloud to Skye why May would have an undocumented secure line, to which Skye orders him to shut it down and runs to get Coulson. Meanwhile, May realizes that her line has been cut, and begins searching for Fitz with an icer. Fitz manages to lock May in the plane’s cargo bay, while Coulson and Skye train guns on her. Coulson presumes that May has been taking orders from the Clairvoyant, though she insists she can’t yet explain who she’s been talking to. Suddenly, the plane changes course on its own, as Victoria Hand remotely orders the team brought in, with only Coulson to be taken alive.

Meanwhile in Washington D.C., Nick Fury weaves through traffic pursued by police vehicles with automatic weapons, before managing to shake them. Shortly after, a mysterious masked figure takes aim at the vehicle with a bomb that attaches to the underside of the car, flipping Fury clean over. 

AOS WHO'S WHO:[]

CAST ITEMS VEHICLES GROUPS
AGENT PHILP COULSON CENTIPEDE DEVICE THE BUS CENTIPEDE GROUP
AGENT MELINDA MAY BACKSCATTER X-RAY EYE IMPLANT LOLA S.H.I.E.L.D.
AGENT GRANT WARD CYBERTEK PROSTHETIC LEG  S.H.I.E.L.D. SUV
AGENT JEMMA SIMMONS FORARM ROCKET LAUNCHER TRANSPORTER PLANE
AGENT LEO FITZ GOLDEN RETRIEVERS
SKYE BULLETPROOF VEST
DEATHLOK I.C.E.R.
JOHN GARRETT MEDICAL POD
AGENT ANTOINE TRIPLETT
VICTORIA HAND
JASPER SITWELL
AGENT BLAKE
THOMAS NASH
ELIJAH FORDHAM
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