Ward becomes exposed to a piece of an Asgardian staff, which causes his worst memory to resurface.

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Ward becomes exposed to a piece of an Asgardian staff, which causes his worst memory to resurface.

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This episode takes place after Thor: The Dark World (2013). See more »

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On the first section of the Asgard staff found, the runes on the staff spelled out "RAGE", while the second spelled out "POWER", in modern English, just with Norse Futhark runes instead of English letters. At the very least, they should have spelled out the words in Old Norse, if not in the alien Asgardian language. See more »

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Phil Coulson: You may not know Thor, but I do.
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Features Thor: The Dark World (2013) See more »

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Theme Song
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Aliens brought it. From space
29 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

This was an incredible episode that is bolstered by the fact that it was directly linked to Thor: The Dark World. Actually, in Thor 2, they mention that Shield could show up and take over. While this isn't a clear reference to the show, it is a very good reference that Agents of Shield actually follows up on.

Let's talk with what makes this episode so great: Dalton's Grant Ward. We see further into what exactly made Ward into Ward and Dalton did a really good job in this episode. The flashback into his childhood was actually quite traumatizing, as we see what he had to go through as a child, torturing his little brother because his older brother threatened him to. With his full on rage fest, Ward was so enthralling as he was practically out of control, yet he knew it. Well done to Dalton, for portraying vulnerability and anger so well at the same time.

Another great thing was May. Her trying to comfort Ward was a good change to her character. Hearing her saying that he shouldn't be punching things is actually kind of shocking considering that she's a total badass and seems like it would be something she would do if she was angry. The best, though, was her picking up the Berserker staff. The fact that it didn't affect her like it did Ward wasn't what was so intriguing. What it was, was May saying to Ward, that the reason she could keep control while under it's effects, that she sees the same trauma everyday. Not only does that mean that it was that bad of a thing, but the fact that she keeps her cool everyday, plays to her resilience and strength.

I will say, however, that the villains in this episode seemed a bit over-the-top. Sure, they were wielding a weapon that uses rage, but it still seemed like they were overacting IMO.

+ Dalton + May + Connection to Thor 2 + Good action - Villains were a bit much

Final Score: 9.1/10


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