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The Laws of Inferno Dynamics 

With the lives of everyone in Los Angeles hanging in the balance, S.H.I.E.L.D. and Ghost Rider find themselves working together.

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With the lives of everyone in Los Angeles hanging in the balance, S.H.I.E.L.D. and Ghost Rider find themselves working together.

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The title is a reference to The Laws of Thermodynamics, the first law of which Eli Morrow believes he is breaking by "creating" matter. See more »

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Daisy 'Skye' Johnson: I can't believe she's a robot. She's so lifelike.
Aida: Thank you. I'm learning.
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References Blade Runner (1982) See more »

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That's all for this year!
8 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was really impressed at how much they put in this episode. Now we're at the point where all the TV shows are giving mid season finales. I thought the robot's name was Data at first. Yeah, I probably am just a lot more familiar with "Star Trek" than this. This episode's selling point was what would happen to Robbie/Ghost Rider. He still wasn't really the focus. We get some really great action scenes and all of the characters contributing to the story well. With such a wide cast, we need that.

Robbie gets impaled by Eli, so there isn't much action. He does in fact leave, but he mostly just disappears. I guess it's implied he went back to the part between the dimensions like in the previous episode. We even get a nice mention of Ultron here! Yeah, allusions like that are always nice. Aida was actually programmed to feel pain, which is why she is in fact being manipulated by the book after all. You'd think this would end when she killed somebody, but they still go on! I admit it is weird how nobody seems to care Ghost Rider is gone. ****


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