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May 06 2016

(SPOILER) Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. 3x20 'Emancipation' Sneak Peek #2. The first sign of a consequence of Civil War shows up.

I am a little surprised at Coulson's pov, he went with his heart.

[ edited by JDL on 2016-05-07 01:52 ]
His personal hero, Cap, chose not to sign.
I would think that would give him serious reservations about the wisdom of giving up his
own people to the questionable judgement of Ross and Talbot and their UN overlords.
Well, I haven't seen Civil War yet, but I guess it's pretty obvious how it turns out.

At this point, I just get the synopses of these movies and maybe see the actual movie as an afterthought.

It's tough when you don't like seeing movies on opening weekends, with the theater packed with screaming kids and texting teens.
I saw the movie twice last weekend. Packed houses both times. No texters, talkers or screamers. Dude next to me looked at his iphone once and immediately doused it when I gave him one glance.
Nevertheless, not all of us see every movie on opening weekend. Yet if you don't and you want to watch AoS, you will get spoiled every single time. But it's moot now because even the episode teasers have already spoiled the outcome of the movie.
I think the teasers spoil maybe the 1st act of the movie. Not the outcome. YMMV. Eventually.
The official press release for the episode reads, "the aftermath of the events of Marvelís Captain America: Civil War force S.H.I.E.L.D. to ********"

(The starred out text is the spoiler, which you can read in full here:
Like I said, that all happens in the 1st act of the movie.
Clark Gregg has tweeted to assure people that the episode will not spoil you for the film.
That supposed spoiler is kind of the least interesting or relevant part of the movie. Unless you only care which side of the basic argument "wins" ...which is kind of not really the point. :)

So I wouldn't worry. Knowing whose side won the argument or whatever isn't really of any "OMG BIG TWIST"-level import like SHIELD falling was for Cap 2.

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