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Turn, Turn, Turn 

S.H.I.E.L.D. has been compromised by an old enemy. The team doesn't know whom to trust.



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Episode cast overview:
Agent Barbour
Agent Jacobson
Braden Moran ...
Agent Jones
Cameron Diskin ...
Agent Baylin


S.H.I.E.L.D. has been compromised by an old enemy. The team doesn't know whom to trust.

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Did You Know?


At one point, Agent Garrett says that he isn't a true believer. Stan Lee often refers to Marvel fans as "true believers". See more »


On the plane with Garrett, Ward inserts a magazine into his pistol and racks the slide back, and it stays back; he has to hit the slide release to allow the slide forwards again. This only happens with an empty magazine, yet he is able to fire the pistol afterwards. See more »


Skye: You should really look up the word "boring" in the dictionary.
Grant Ward: You ready to hack the system?
[shows Ward a bomb]
Skye: Who said anything about hacking?
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At the end of the episode the usual SHIELD logo is replaced with the Hydra insignia. See more »


References Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) See more »


Don't Fear The Reaper
Written by Donald Roeser (uncredited)
Performed by Blue Öyster Cult
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24 April 2014 | by See all my reviews

This episode is absolutely the best by far. So many twists. A few of the twists are obvious, while others slowly come to light. By the end of the episode, my heart was racing and I had no idea who to trust.

I noticed another person mentioned watching Captain America 2 first. However, I did not and was able to follow this along well. Perhaps it just gives you more background, though.

I highly recommend this show, and this episode is one to not miss! If you have enjoyed the rest of the show, or are uncertain if you will continue watching, this episode should help make your decision. It's one you will love or hate.

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