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In the aftermath of HYDRA's infiltration, S.H.I.E.L.D. is declared a potential terrorist organization. Coulson and his team receive a mysterious set of coordinates and travel to Canada seeking refuge. Meanwhile, the Clairvoyant takes advantage of the chaos to break into the Fridge, release dozens of super-powered criminals, and acquire mystical and high-tech weaponry.
In her cell, Raina is making an origami flower and puts it on the shelf with the others she's made. There are explosions and gunfire outside, and Raina sits calmly on her bunk. Ward comes in and she backs away nervously, and the agent hands her a gift-wrapped box and says that it's a gift from the Clairvoyant. Raina opens it and finds a flowered dress inside...Read the full recap
Raina: So you're a liar. You're a fraud.
Garrett: An artist. A con artist, perhaps, but an artist all the same.
Coulson: Skye, please, tell me something good.
Skye: We have Internet.
Coulson: Yay. And, boy, have I lowered my expectations.
Agent Kaminsky: Hail Hydra!
Garrett: All right, all right, put your arms down, Kaminsky. You look like a West Texas cheerleader in a pep rally.
Coulson: There’s got to be something here! This means something! This has to mean something. The world needs us! Hydra is out there. We cannot let them win! We cannot let them define us! Do you understand that? We are not agents of nothing, we are agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and that still carries weight! It has to carry weight. After everything we've been through, that carries weight!
Coulson: What's with the windows?
Agent Eric Koenig: Supposed to make the isolation more bearable. Every day of the week, different view. Wednesday's pretty terrific if you like topless beaches.
Ian Quinn: You. You have to be kidding me. I've been in a cell smaller than my shoe closet. I wasn't allowed to eat with a fork, which would have been worse if I'd been allowed to eat anything but meatloaf!
Fitz: Okay, have you even read Moby-Dick?
Moby-Dick (1851) by Herman Melville is a tale about Captain Ahab, who is obsessed with the albino sperm whale from which the novel takes its name.
Koenig: We're racking up major Call of Duty hours.
Call of Duty is a highly popular first- and third-person shooter video game about infantry soldiers taking on the enemy in both World War II and modern-day settings. It has spawned numerous sequels.