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#204 : Volte face

Un tableau contenant des marques semblables à celles que Coulson grave, seul objet rescapé de l'incendie d'une église,  est retrouvé. L'objet étant mis aux enchères, le directeur du SHIELD organise une opération pour le récupérer dans l'espoir d'en savoir plus sur ses maux. C'était sans compter sur la présence du général Talbot.

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Titre VO
Face My Ennemy

Titre VF
Volte face

Première diffusion
14.10.2014

Première diffusion en France
01.11.2015

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Promo (VO)

  

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Sneak Peek 1 (VO)

  

Sneak Peek 2 (VO)

Sneak Peek 2 (VO)

  

Agents Of Shield - Episode 204 - May vs. May

Agents Of Shield - Episode 204 - May vs. May

  

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Melinda May (Ming Na Wen)

Melinda May (Ming Na Wen)

Coulson et May partagent une danse

Coulson et May partagent une danse

Mission d'infiltration pour Coulson et May

Mission d'infiltration pour Coulson et May

Coulson et May partagent une danse

Coulson et May partagent une danse

May et Coulson en mission

May et Coulson en mission

Le Général Talbot

Le Général Talbot

Glenn Talbot (Adrian Pasdar)

Glenn Talbot (Adrian Pasdar)

Kara Palamas (Maya Stojan)

Kara Palamas (Maya Stojan)

Coulson (Clark Gregg) invite May à danser

Coulson (Clark Gregg) invite May à danser

Les agents Coulson et May sont sur la piste de danse

Les agents Coulson et May sont sur la piste de danse

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France (inédit)
Mercredi 17.02.2016 à 21:00
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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Mardi 14.10.2014 à 21:00
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Plus de détails

Ecrit par : Drew Greenberg.
Réalisé par : Kevin Tancharoen.

Invités :
Henry Simmons - “Mack
Adrian Pasdar - Talbot
Simon Kassianides - Bakshi
Maya Stojan - Agent 33
Diego Serrano - Gabriel Soto
Lance Irwin - Garde
Isaac Montgomery - Garde #2
Alyce Tawil - Femme
Roberto Medina - Bishop
Christian Barillas - Prêtre

Captures

Previously on "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."…

SKYE: You said HYDRA had a way of convincing people. You were talking about brainwashing.
WHITEHALL: Are you ready to comply, agent 33 ?
AGENT 33: Happy to comply.
WHITEHALL: S.H.I.E.L.D.'s becoming a problem. Do we know who's in charge ?
BAKSHI: I'm afraid not.
COULSON: How about we make a deal ? S.H.I.E.L.D. will keep dropping off presents like this. All we ask for in return is a little breathing room.
TALBOT: Sorry. I'm gonna have to say no to that deal.
COULSON: Since Simmons left, he's only getting worse. He's grown isolated.
MACK: Who you talking to ?
SIMMONS: Me.
FITZ: What ? No one.
MACK: You like talking to yourself. That's cool.
COULSON: What do you want, Raina ?
RAINA: It's what I don't want, which is the Obelisk falling into the hands of people who don't understand it.
SKYE: I know he's keeping something from me, and it's not just because he's the Director of S.H.I.E.L.D.
MAY: It's been 18 days since your last episode.
COULSON: And I'm tired of fighting it.
MAY: That's why I'm here.
SKYE: I think something is wrong with him. Is Coulson okay ?

MIAMI, FLORIDA

A priest comes by car. Another come to him.

PRIEST 2: Your grace, thank you for coming. Our parishioners are still trying to understand this tragedy, and ...
PRIEST 1: Show it to me.
PRIEST 2: O-Of course. This way, please.

They heard in the church of Santa Maria de las Flores, who is burn.

PRIEST 2: Here.

He shows a painting.

PRIEST 2: It dates back to Spain, the early 1500s. It was the only item in our entire church that was spared.
PRIEST 1: It's a miracle... one which might help us rebuild. Experts will have to verify it, of course.
PRIEST 2: Your grace, shouldn't it be enough simply to believe in the miracle ? Does it have to be proven ?
PRIEST 1: Faith is enough for us, but the rest of the world ... they'll need something more tangible. Why ? Do you have some reservation ?
PRIEST 2: There is one more thing.

He turns the painting. A design similar to those of Garrett and Coulson there.

SOUTH BEACH, FLORIDA

A couple walk on the beach promenade.

WOMAN: I should really be getting ready for the party. Besides, I thought you said you wanted time in the ocean.

The man is Hunter.

HUNTER: I've seen it ... fish, waves ... whatever. I found something far more captivating.

They kiss. Hunter catches a USB stick in the bag of the woman and goes to Skye is by scooter.

SKYE: The rabbit's in the hutch. I'm on my way.

She arrives at bus joined Trip.

SKYE: I think we'll make it. Hunter did a good job, uh, distracting Gabriel Soto's executive assistant.
TRIPLETT: Oh, I bet he did. Damn. Tickets cost $25,000 ?
SKYE: Each. That's why I'm going for the five-finger discount. Mack ? You're on.
MACK: Copy that. We're pulling up now.

Mack filed Coulson and May at a party.

COULSON: Thank you.
MACK: Sir, notice the car ? 1962 Rolls ... restored it myself.
COULSON: I noticed. Still not letting you work on Lola.
MACK: In time, sir. In time.
COULSON: This is fun, right ? Isn't this fun ? Look ... cufflinks.
MAY: I will pay you $500 right now for a pair of flats.
MACK: Good luck, sir.

Coulson and May go towards the entrance.

MAN: Identification, please.
COULSON: Of course.
MAY: Charles, you've got mine, right ?
COULSON: Yes.
MAY: I like making him carry my things ... gives him purpose.
COULSON: Plus, that way I know she can't take off without me.
MAY: Oh, well, you never know when a better offer might come along.
MAN: Enjoy the party.
COULSON: Thank you… Darling ?

They enter.

COULSON: Good work on the cover, Skye. We're in.
SKYE: Okay. Remember... Soto has the painting in a sublevel storage room until it comes out later tonight for the guests.
MAY: How heavy is the security ?
SKYE: Still assessing. Let's assume "very." Keep in mind we've got diplomats here, state officials. These are not friends of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Mack recovered Hunter.

HUNTER: Bridget said Soto's sending out the painting for verification first thing in the morning. She, uh, whispered it in my ear, if you know what I mean
COULSON: Yes, everybody on the planet knows what you mean, Hunter. Let's focus.
HUNTER: Right, so upshot is tonight's our one chance to steal this thing.
SKYE: Director, are you sure you don't want me there ? I can help you and May get around any security measures soto has in ...
COULSON: No, keeping it to two agents allows us to minimize detection in a small space. I hope you don't need me to explain covert operations again.
SKYE: No, sir.
COULSON: Good. This writing was in Garrett's lab, the Obelisk, and now a 500-year-old piece of art. It's important. Getting that painting could mean answers for us.
SKYE: Yes, sir. We will ...

We hear a woman laugh.

SKYE: Wait. What was that ?
COULSON: Yeah. That's May.
SKYE: I-is she okay ? Is everything okay ?
COULSON: Yes. She's laughing. I think the worst of it's over now.
MAY: Excuse me.

She join Coulson.

MAY: My face hurts.
COULSON: Come on. We got a cover to maintain and some details to go over. Going radio silent. We'll resume contact shortly.
SKYE: Did they just turn off their comms ?

Coulson invites May to dance.

COULSON: Well, hey, look at that. you still remember the steps ... impressive. My 10:00 ... security chief standing watch.
MAY: Dance elective at the academy. Hmm. Of course, I dropped it two weeks later. Dome camera ... 3:00. I count seven uniforms. Walkie, sidearm, baton. I just wanted to graduate so I could get actual field assignments.
COULSON: Ha !
MAY: What ?
COULSON: You weren't exactly thrilled when we got assigned that retrieval op in Sausalito ... that coffee shop, our first mission ?
MAY: That's because the commander sent us in with no exit plan. I was in the bay for five hours.
COULSON: I fished you out... eventually. Come on. We used to have fun like this in our youth. You know you enjoyed it.
MAY: Yes. Then life happened. Nostalgia's fine, but I'd rather deal with reality. You planning to talk to me about your hand ?
COULSON: What about it ?
MAY: You think I didn't see it tremoring the whole flight out ? Your symptoms are getting worse.
COULSON: Did the rest of the team see it ?
MAY: No. They're good. Skye's asking the usual too many questions, but they think it's a standard op ... don't know it's personal.
COULSON: Okay.
MAY: Phil, if I think this mission is too much for you, I'll pull the plug.
COULSON: Yes, fine. I understand. But that's not why I turned off the comms. I know you don't want to talk about this, but we need to make a plan in case I go the way of Garrett.
MAY: You're right. I don't want to talk about this.
COULSON: We both know how this could end.
MAY: Phil.
COULSON: I know it's uncomfortable, but it's also necessary.
MAY: No, Phil. Look. Talbot.
COULSON: There goes our cover.

A few minutes later. Talbot is alone upstairs, Coulson arrives.

COULSON: Well, hey, there, general. Fancy meeting you here.
TALBOT: Hey, yourself. Good to see you.
COULSON: I'm glad to hear that. Isn't everything nicer now that we've put all our differences behind us ?
TALBOT: Absolutely.
COULSON: How many of those have you had ?
TALBOT: One too many. Don't tell.
COULSON: It'll be our secret, as long as you keep mine.
TALBOT: Well, that doesn't sound like a fair trade.
COULSON: Look, I appreciate you not blowing my cover... yet. Let's just say, hypothetically, you don't. This mission will benefit both of us.
TALBOT: Benefit us hypothetically.
COULSON: Your division has benefited plenty from my assistance, actually ... your career, too.
TALBOT: Sure.
COULSON: So, I'm gonna keep moving forward with my operation. I hope I don't have to worry about interference.
TALBOT: I won't interfere... unless I feel I need to.

SHIELD’S BUS

HUNTER: Nice work out there. Do we get to keep the scooter ?
SKYE: Nice work yourself, though it didn't look like you were suffering too much.
TRIPLETT: And I was babysitting an empty plane. How is this fair ?
HUNTER: t's weird ... women just like me, always have. Never understood it. Must be a magnetism thing, I guess. Who can explain it, eh ?
SKYE: If it makes you feel any better, I don't get it, either.
HUNTER: You hear that ? If I wanted someone to take jabs at me, I'd still be married.
MACK: Mm. Not this story again. Can we not ?
SKYE: Oh, no, I think we can.
HUNTER: I first met her on a spring night. She was on the pier facing the outer banks, the moonlight glinting off her face.
SKYE: Mm-hmm.
HUNTER: She resembled a goddess. Of course, that was her cruel trick...
COULSON: Guys ?
TRIPLETT: Best timing ever.
SKYE: Oh, decided to come back online, did we ?
COULSON: Talbot's here.
SKYE: Talbot, Talbot ?
HUNTER: What the hell's he doing there ?
COULSON: No idea. All that matters is our cover's at risk, so I'm calling an audible. We're not gonna wait till later to get the painting. We're gonna get it now.
MAY: I'll take point.

Later, May talk with Soto.

MAY: Well, I just think it's so admirable what you're doing for that poor church that burned down.
SOTO: I should be thanking you for your generous patronage. You know, Santa Maria de las Flores was my second home.
MAY: Oh.
SOTO: Though I'm really surprised that you and I have never met before. I would have remembered you.
MAY: Well, I bet letting people see the miracle painting in person is bringing out all kinds of donors that you haven't met before. But just remember, I'm here for the cause ... well, the cause and the company.
SOTO: I like to hear that.
SKYE: She just said more words than I've heard her say in a year.
MAY: I just have to say, philanthropy is my passion.
TRIPLETT: All right, Agent May.
FTIZ:  That's very alarming.
MAY: I'm all about giving.

They speak Spanish and laugh.

MAY: I must get a picture of us together. Charles, come here. Honey, can you take a picture of me and Mr. Soto? It'll be such a nice memento of the evening.
COULSON: Oh, yes, that would be nice.
SOTO: He's your husband ?
MAY: We're modern. Charles, please ?
COULSON: Hang on, Heidi. Just trying to find the flash.
MAY: Honestly, this happens every time. How hard could it be ? They sell these phones to children.
COULSON: Okay.
SOTO: Excuse me. I should go see about my other guests.
MAY: Oh, no, no, no, please. Uno momento.
COULSON: Yes, yes, yes. One moment, and... There we go.

Coulson sees Talbot speak with a security officer.

MAY: Well, it was just ...
COULSON: Wasn't it just ?
MAY: Hmm ?
COULSON: Mr. Soto, thank you so much. Lovely party. Goodbye. Come on, dear.

May and Coulson goes.

COULSON: We're blown.
MAY: Why ?
COULSON: No idea. I think Talbot's still pissed 'cause we kidnapped him that time.
MAY: We need to do this now.
COULSON: Oh, yeah.

Talbot arrives to Soto. May and Coulson down. There is a man.

COULSON: Yo. 

He hits the man.

MAY: I could have handled him.
COULSON: I did.

Coulson uses Soto’s photo for retinal scan.

MAY: They're gonna be onto us soon.
COULSON: I know. Almost there.

The elevator opens.

COULSON: I really like that dress.
SKYE: Sublevel storage room straight ahead ... painting's there.
COULSON: Great. This isn't the op we anticipated. Everything's gonna be a little more fast and dirty than we planned.
SKYE: Only makes it more interesting.
COULSON: See ? The exuberance of youth.
SKYE: Guys, wait. You're about to hit ...
COULSON: Laser grids. Why is it always laser grids ?
MAY: Guy's not kidding around.
COULSON: Mnh. Alright. I got this.

May go and triggers the alarm.

MAY: They already know we're here.

The guards head to the floor under. May and Coulson search the painting.

COULSON: Oh, yeah. There's no painting here.
MAY: Could be a mistake. Another room, maybe ?
SKYE: No, it's not a mistake. A record of appropriation just popped up on the church's books.
COULSON: Don't tell me ... the U.S. Government.
SKYE: Talbot took possession of the painting from the church this morning ... "related to an ongoing government investigation," It says.
COULSON: Why is he even on this ? How does he know about that painting ? We need to ...
MAY: We need to go !

They go.

TALBOT: Yes, I've got it. There was one problem, though ... S.H.I.E.L.D.'s here. Look. Recognize them ?
WHITEHALL: Fascinating.
TALBOT: They weren't any trouble. You want me to come in ?
WHITEHALL: No. I have a new plan.

Coulson and May are hiding in the garden. Guards are seeking.

MAY: I assume this all makes you happy.
COULSON: Why would this make me happy ?
MAY: We failed in our mission. We're outnumbered, trapped, hoping not to get killed. Feels like the old days to me. 
COULSON: I'm not giving up yet.
MAY: No.
COULSON: You always have my back. Speaking of, when we get out of this, we're having a real conversation about a contingency plan. You can't avoid it anymore.
MAY: We're clear.

They go out. Talbot await them.

TALBOT: Agent Coulson... Agent May... you seem like you're in a hurry.
COULSON: The caterers ran out of coconut shrimp ... no reason to stay.
TALBOT: You see, I was worried you left because I got my hands on the miracle painting and you didn't. Come on, Coulson. It's obvious we were there for the same thing. Now, I've been thinking ...
MAY: I'm sure.
TALBOT: I know there's writing on the back of that painting. The government wouldn't have sent me down here if we didn't. Phil, you're the only one that can help me figure out what that writing is. It's what you do. So why don't we help each other ?
COULSON: Why would I help you ?
TALBOT: You came all the way down here. I got to believe you want to know what that writing means just as badly as we do.
MAY: Yeah. Why do I have a feeling there's a catch ?
TALBOT: There's no catch. You'll have to examine it in a secure military facility where I can keep an eye on you, but that's just... regulation.
COULSON: Okay. You got a deal.
TALBOT: Excellent.
COULSON: Just let me check in with my team. I need to give them their orders. You know, they'll get nervous if I just disappear.
TALBOT: What do you need ... about an hour ?
COULSON: That ought to do it.
TALBOT: I'm downtown at the hotel La Ona. I'll see you there.
COULSON: I look forward to it.

Talbot goes.

MAY: Change of heart ... doesn't add up.
COULSON: No. He's working us. I just need to know why.
MAY: I'll handle it.
COULSON: May.
MAY: Hey, this is the part I do. It will make up for all the dancing.
COULSON: You liked it.
MAY: No, I didn't.
COULSON: Little bit ?
MAY: Little bit.
COULSON: Check in as soon as you know something. And if something goes wrong...
MAY: I'll handle it.

SHIELD’S BUS

TRIPLETT: Don't remember Coulson asking you to do extra research on this thing.
SKYE: I'm being industrious.
TRIPLETT: Or are you digging into a top-secret mission to find out about the parts they're not telling us ?
SKYE: I'm a good, helpful soldier.
HUNTER: Well, I happen to appreciate your instinct to be thorough. I myself prefer a pint and a good nap, but, then, I'm the lazy type.
SKYE: "Lazy" is not the first word that comes to mind.
HUNTER: Dangerous ? I understand. But truly, it should be "lazy." I just hide it well.
SKYE: Think that's what drove away the ex-wife ?
MACK: See, now you're bringing it back up.
HUNTER: Ha ha, and no. It didn't work out because interspecies relationships are hard. I was a human, whereas she was a demonic hell-beast.
MACK: He doesn't like her. You don't say.
HUNTER: She's pure evil.
SKYE: Hey, at least you got away from your ex. The guy I had a crush on is now the psycho living in our basement.
MACK: You know, I wish I could relate, but all my exes are awesome.
HUNTER: Is that right ? I seem to remember an entire year where you had to pretend you liked quinoa.
MACK: Yeah. That was a dark time.

Fitz obsevent them. His Simmons's hallucination arrives.

SIMMONS: Fitz, go join them. They're bonding. You'll be left out.

Fitz goes.

HOTEL LA ONA

May comes to the room and sees the agent 33 view files on the team. When the agent 33 closes Coulson’s record, May sees the Hydra logo. She opens the door and drove on the agent 33. They fight.

MAY: What have you done with Talbot ?
TALBOT: I'm right here.

He knocks May, who defends. In the face knocking Talbot May is surprised to see that it is changing. She grabs him and pulls a mask. This is Bakshi. The agent 33, neutralizes May.

AGENT 33: So that's Agent May. I guess the file wasn't overselling her.
BAKSHI: If Coulson sent her, it would seem he doesn't fully trust General Talbot.
AGENT 33: So what now ? We have Dr. Whitehall's mission to complete.
BAKSHI: We need to send in someone Agent Coulson does trust. 

Later, the agent of the holder 33 May dress and takes her blood for analysis with his computer. Bakshi copy the voice. The mask is ready. The agent 33 puts and takes May’s face.

AGENT 33: How do I look ?
BAKSHI: Just get Coulson back here. I'll take it from that point. This should help you neutralize Coulson's team.

The agent 33 calls Coulson.

COULSON: May, you all right ?
AGENT 33: I'm fine. I checked on Talbot. The offer seems solid. But I think he's keeping it from his superiors, so we don't have a lot of time. I'm coming back to get you. Be ready.
COULSON: Copy that. See you when I see you.

They hangs up.

BAKSHI: Got his location. Go there.

She goes.

SHIELD’S BUS

Fitz and alone with her hallucination.

SIMMONS: Do you really think running away is the answer ?
FITZ: I'm not running away. I wanted to be alone.
SIMMONS: Nonsense. You hate being alone.
FITZ:  As evidenced by you. 
SIMMONS: You're avoiding something.
FITZ: Talking ... they're just talking, And I'm having trouble with that lately.
SIMMONS: You're doing fine talking to me.
FITZ: Yes, but I think you're ignoring a rather significant elephant in the room.
SIMMONS: You're not afraid to talk. You're afraid you'll have nothing to say. Just tell them what you're thinking, how you're feeling.
FITZ: Yeah, 'cause that's worked out so well for me in the past. Besides... do we even have anything in common with that lot ? Not anymore. Not even a... part of...
SIMMONS: The team ?
FITZ: Mm-hmm.
SIMMONS: Of course you are. O-or you could be, if you'd just engage with them instead of hiding out here in the garage.
FITZ: Yeah, well, it's not supposed to be a garage. It's supposed to be our lab, our place. But they changed it ... didn't even ask me, just did it.
SIMMONS: The new lab is beautiful. It's bigger. It's got mo...
FITZ: Yes, but it's not ours, and they didn't ask me because they don't care what I have to say.
SIMMONS: Fitz...
FITZ: Even Ward's more valuable than me. And he's perfectly able to speak in complete sentences. Should have heard the excuses he had for what he did to us.
SIMMONS: Listen. You may be stumbling and stuttering on the outside, but you have to let them see who you really are underneath all that.

May/Aent 33 arrives.

MAY/AGENT 33: Where's Coulson ?
FITZ: Upstairs.

Upstairs…

COULSON: I don't know what he was doing there. I don't know how he ...
SKYE: May, we're just figuring out whether or not we should ...
MAY/AGENT 33: Good. Coulson.

They go into another room.

COULSON: So, Talbot was being honest ?
MAY/AGENT 33: Surprised the hell out of me, too ... trust me. It looks like he wants to work with you.
COULSON: Wow. Maybe we are getting through to him.
MAY/AGENT 33: He only wants to meet with you, but you know I'm not gonna let you go out there alone.
COULSON: Great. Let's move.

They leave. May / Agent 33, put the bomb.

HOTEL LA ONA

May wakes up, she is tied to a chair.

BAKSHI: Welcome back, Agent May. I have a few questions for you. For example, why your sudden interest in religious artwork ?
MAY: Everybody has a hobby.
BAKSHI: You and your small band of S.H.I.E.L.D. compatriots ... there can't be many of you left. Who's running your operation ? Where are you based ?
MAY: Currently ? About five feet from kicking your ass.
BAKSHI: I don't much believe in empty threats, Agent May. I prefer promises, such as this ... you will tell me what I want to know.
MAY: You have no idea what you're starting.
BAKSHI: Perhaps. But I serve a man who has an effective way of getting the information he wants. You will meet him soon, and you will comply. Until then... I'll improvise.

SHIELD’S CAR

COULSON: So, the plan.
MAY/AGENT 33: Shouldn't be hard ... talk to Talbot, see what he has to say.
COULSON: No, not that plan ... the other plan.
MAY/AGENT 33: Okay, the other plan, yeah.
COULSON: Look, I don't like having to wait until we're trapped in a car to talk about this, but you haven't left me much choice.
MAY/AGENT 33: I guess I didn't, no.
COULSON: I just need to know that if things get bad with me, you can do what has to be done. Can you ?
MAY/AGENT 33: I'm sure I can.
COULSON: It's not just taking me out, May. The hard part is what happens after. S.H.I.E.L.D. will need leadership, a new director. I trust you ... just you to do this. Do you understand ?
MAY/AGENT 33: I understand. Thank you. I won't let you down.

SHIELD’S BUS

Fitz look the other.

SIMMONS: Go. Join them. Fitz... you won't even talk to me now.
FITZ: Because it's embarrassing.
SIMMONS: Oh, Fitz.

There are problems with the electricity.

SIMMONS: Well, that's an odd sound.

The electricity cuts.

SIMMONS: The bus is shutting down. You know what that means.
FITZ & SIMMONS: We're in trouble.

An alarm sounds.

MACK: The cargo-holding ramp just went up. The emergency exits are locking all over the plane. It's the equalization stabilizers ... they're fried. The bus thinks we made a water landing. We're sealed in. There's no way out.
HUNTER: Well, who's doing this ?
SKYE: We're the only ones on the bus. This is all happening automatically.
HUNTER: How ?
FITZ: Uh, I think I know. S-somebody... we ... we've been ...
MACK: Sabotaged.
FITZ: Yes. This is based on S.H.I.E.L.D.'s equ... tech. It means that the plane is ... the plane will ...

There was an explosion.

FITZ: ...that.
SKYE:  The plane will explode ?
FITZ: Soon.

HOTEL LA ONA

Coulson and May/Agent 33 arrives.

COULSON: Hopefully, this isn't some kind of trap Talbot's set for us.
MAY/AGENT 33: If it is, you've got me here.
COULSON: Yeah. It's been nice working together again, hasn't it ?
MAY/AGENT 33: Yeah.
COULSON: Just you and me, like the old days.
MAY/AGENT 33: It's been great.
COULSON: You know... all this nostalgic talk has me thinking ... maybe this will sound weird, but how about when this is over, you and I finally go get that cup of coffee we were supposed to get all those years back ?
MAY/AGENT 33: I thought you'd never ask. Once this is over, I'd like that.

He hits her.

COULSON: May hates coffee.

Bakshi hear fighting. He will see and May took the opportunity to break free and attack him.

SHIELD’S BUS

FITZ: See ? So it's like a ... a small disease.
SKYE: Virus.
FITZ: A virus, yes, and it's going through ...
HUNTER: through the plane's electrical systems.
FITZ: Yeah, blowing things up.
MACK: The stabilizers, monitors.
FITZ: Yes, and the next one will be the ...
TRIPLETT: The nav systems just blew.
FITZ: There you go. Can't take off.
MACK: Wait. Wait. Stabilizers, monitors, nav system, comms are next, and then next comes...
FITZ: the wings. The wings.
MACK: Where the fuel is, so then we'll...

Fitz imitates an explosion.

HOTEL LA ONA

The four fight.

COULSON: I lied. Working with you, whoever you are ... not that fun.

May join Coulson.

MAY/AGENT 33: I won't go down easy.
MAY: That makes two of us.
COULSON: I can't believe I'm the only one seeing this right now.

Bakshi takes flight.

COULSON: He's got the painting. You good ?
MAY: I'm good.

Coulson chasing Bakshi while the girls fight.

SHIELD’S BUS

Hunter and Fitz run in the engine control room.

HUNTER: I thought you said you could do this.
FITZ: Yes, I can ... or, I mean, I know how. It's ... it's not ... um, it's not just words. It's the... hands, controlling them. So I can't use these ... I have to use yours.
HUNTER: B-b-but why does it have to be me ? Wouldn't one of the other people ...
FITZ: Yeah, because they're repairing the systems that have already gone boom to ... to delay the virus, and you're the only one without, um...
HUNTER: Any technical skills whatsoever ?
FITZ: Yes.
HUNTER: Super. Just tell me what to do. 

HOTEL LA ONA

Bakshi is on the phone.

BAKSHI: No, I need reinforcements now. Send them to my location and have an extraction team ready.

Coulson shoot him with the night night gun.
Back with the girls.

MAY/AGENT 33: I know all your moves. I was S.H.I.E.L.D.
MAY: Not all of them.

SHIELD’S BUS

FITZ: Okay, this chip needs to go in this empty space, the ...
HUNTER: All right, this one ?
FITZ: Yes.
HUNTER: Okay. Uh... Is that it ? Is the plane fixed now ?
FITZ: No. The wire... you have to do the wires.

Have seen the girls fight and May taking over then retroune with Fitz and Hunter.

HUNTER: This one here ?
FITZ: No, no ! Dear god, no. The one beside it. The one beside it.
HUNTER: Uh, uh, to the left ?
FITZ: To the right. To the right. To the …

There is an electric noise.

FITZ: I think that's a good thing.

The electricity comes back.

FITZ: And now the plane is fixed.

HOTEL LA ONA

Coulson takes the table and looks burning when you hear a voice in Bakshi’s phone.

MAN: Mr. Bakshi, the team is two minutes out, sir. Sir, do you copy ?

Coulson run.

MAY/AGENT 33: Agent May, surrender, and you will find satisfaction.
MAY: I get my satisfaction elsewhere.
MAY/AGENT 33: The best part about killing you is that I won't have to be you anymore.
MAY: If you were really me... you wouldn't talk so much.

May electrocute the mask. Coulson arrives.

COULSON: We got to go.

PLAYGROUND

MACK: Want some help with that ?
FITZ: No, thank you. I need to learn to do these things by myself.
HUNTER: Guys, drop everything.
FITZ: No, this is worth a fortune. I'm not gonna drop it.
HUNTER: Just put it down.
MACK: What's all this ?
HUNTER: We survived a HYDRA attack, saved the bus. I turned out to be a genius at mechanical engineering. Calls for a celebration.
MACK: I like the way you think.
FITZ: Um, no, actually, I should probably, um ...
HUNTER: Fitz, this team wouldn't be here if it weren't for you. This is big. Let me buy you a beer, mate.

Fitz take the beer.

HUNTER: We haven't gotten to work together much yet, but I thought this was a successful mission. And if we keep up with this teamwork, there will be more successful missions and plenty more beer, plenty more ...
FITZ: Yeah, hey, so, um, I don't have an ex. But there was this girl that I like, and I told her how I felt, but she doesn't feel the same way as I do, so she left.
HUNTER: Her loss, then, mate. From what I can see, she's missing out. To moving on.
FITZ: Yeah. Moving on.

In another room, Trip joined Skye.

TRIPLETT: Still digging ? What are you doing ?
SKYE: Nothing.
TRIPLETT: Yeah. Nothing ?
SKYE: Nothing.
TRIPLETT: Okay, well, if you need any help with the nothing, you just let me know. Okay ?

In his office, Coulson is in communication with Talbot. May is with them.

TALBOT: I did what, now ?
COULSON: I know. It's a lot to process.
TALBOT: I mean, a painting, Coulson, and you weren't immediately suspicious it wasn't me ?
COULSON: To be fair, we're not that close.
TALBOT: Yeah. Well, if this is, indeed, as important as you say it is, you should probably hand it over, along with any other HYDRA assets you happen to have in your possession.
COULSON: Sadly, the painting was destroyed in the fight. I don't think it was of much value, anyway. HYDRA was mistaken about its worth. And anything else we get, I'll let you know.
TALBOT: Just to be clear, this is all about a mask that this guy put on and made him look like me ?
COULSON: Yeah.
TALBOT: You know, I spent five long months in an enemy war camp. You people make me miss those days. But, hey, why don't we keep chatting on this secure line you've hacked so I can draw a bead on your location And we can get some quality face time ?

Coulson hangs up.

COULSON: Some people are better in small doses.
MAY: Meanwhile, now we know HYDRA is searching for evidence of the alien writing. That's not good. 
COULSON: No, it's not. And that's not the worst of it. The analysis of the painting came back ... it is 500 years old. But the alien writing on the back ... brand-new.
MAY: So that means someone is out there, carving right now, someone ...
COULSON: Someone like me. We'll have to find him.
MAY: We will. So, um, what did she do ... fake me ? How'd you know that she wasn't me ?
COULSON: Little things. And she wanted to get coffee.
MAY: Ah. Punch her in the face ?
COULSON: I did.
MAY: Good.
COULSON: May... I know you won't come to me to make a plan. That's why I keep coming to you. This is important. I won't stop asking. You know I won't.
MAY: Fine.

  • Shortly after, she puts a bag on the table.

MAY: There.
COULSON: What is this ?
MAY: Money, passports, travel tickets. I don't have to make a plan because I already made one. I am not shooting you in the head. I will never shoot you in the head.
COULSON: May ...
MAY: If things go South, I'm getting you out.
COULSON: I see. Where ? Tuscan villa ?
MAY: Cabin in the Australian outback.
COULSON: 'Cause I like kangaroos.
MAY: Point is, no matter what happens, I'll take care of you ... that's my plan.
COULSON: That is, without question, the sweetest, most selfless thing anyone has ever wanted to do for me. But I need you to forget all that... and kill me as ordered.
MAY: What ?
COULSON: You said it yourself ... I'm not getting better. I don't want to end up like Garrett, and taking me to some cabin won't change my brain.
MAY: I'll find a way.
COULSON: May... Nostalgia's fine, but then life happens. It's time to deal with reality.
MAY: Phil... please.
COULSON: Hard choices are coming. I need you to make this one... for me.

She nods.

END

 

UNKNOWN LOCATION

Raina comes out, she's on the phone. She goes to her car.

RAINA: Yeah. I need to land in Miami as soon as possible. Whatever route gets me there. Tonight. Yes, I'll hold.

She moves his rearview mirror and saw a man on the bench. She wants to leave but Whitehall and another man arrives.

WHITEHALL: Hello, Raina. I'm Daniel Whitehall. You recently took something from me.
RAINA: Oh, the Obelisk. I see what this is now. I can help you ...

One man puts an object on her hand.

WHITEHALL: Raina, I'm not like most of the people with whom you interact. I'm not easily confused. I've been around too long to lose sight of what's mine. I generally don't do my own dirty work anymore. We should all aspire to do only that which we enjoy, don't you agree? But in your case, I will make an exception. 48 hours seems fair, doesn't it, to bring it back to me? I once operated on a woman on and off for a full week. The struggle really is keeping the patient awake. Pain at certain levels has a tendency to cause us to black out, and that can be incredibly frustrating. But I'm confident I can do better now. I can find you wherever you are. Bring me the Obelisk. 48 hours. The clock starts... now.

Whitehall is his men leave.

 

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