When Dr. Andrew Garner tries to psychoanalyze Daisy Johnson, she reveals why she’s so determined to form a team of Inhumans within SHIELD in this exclusive sneak peek.
Building a team of Inhumans within SHIELD has been a slow task for Daisy Johnson (Chloe Bennet)… too slow.
Agents of SHIELD kicked off season three with Daisy and her fellow agents tracking down a new Inhuman, Joey (Juan Pablo Raba), who can melt metal just by touching it or being near it. But after safely bringing him to SHIELD’s headquarters — and away from Rosalind Price’s (Constance Zimmer) ATCU forces who are trying to take him out with lethal force — Daisy is once again informed by Dr. Andrew Garner (Blair Underwood), aka Melinda May’s (Ming-Na Wen) ex-husband and psychologist for SHIELD, that the newest recruit for the Inhuman team is not fit for duty.
It’s clearly an update Daisy has gotten many times over the past few months since the events of the season two finale, as seen here in The Hollywood Reporter’s exclusive clip from Tuesday’s episode, “Purpose in the Machine.” Before Garner can even open his mouth, Daisy says the words for him: “Let me guess, Joey Gutierrez is unfit for action physically, psychologically and emotionally?”
When Garner tries to tell the impatient agent that, in time, Joey might be ready for field action, it’s the catalyst Daisy needs to explain why she’s so determined to build the “Secret Warriors” team within SHIELD… and fast. The discovery of the Inhuman Lash (Matt Willig) hunting and killing his own kind, the ATCU and the rapid spread of the Terrigen crystals via fish oil pills making new Inhumans faster than they ever planned for is just the tip of the iceberg.
Watch the exclusive clip above to hear Daisy’s impassioned speech about forming the Secret Warriors. Is she right to be so hasty or does Garner have a point that waiting might be the best course of action for all involved?
Agents of SHIELD airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on ABC.
Hey guys! I’ve added screencaps to all the missing episodes of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. including this week’s new episode. I’ve also added episode stills from this past week as well as upcoming episodes. Lastly, I’ve added promotional images of Chloe from this new season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. I am working on getting a new design up on the site and getting the gallery up to date by adding missing episode stills as well as missing new/old Chloe appearances, photoshoots, magazine scans, interviews, and much more! Keep an eye on our gallery and on the site for updates. If you have anything you would like to donate, send it here!
• Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Season 3 Promotional Images
• Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Season 3 Episode 1 Screencaps
• Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Season 3 Episode 1 Stills
• Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Season 3 Episode 2 Stills
• Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Season 3 Episode 3 Stills
• Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. – Season 2 Episodes 10-22 Screencaps
The first couple promotional photos of Chloe from season 3 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. have been released. I’ve added them to the gallery .
I was seriously considering closing this website but after much thought and consideration, this site will stay open. This was Chloe’s very first fansite (before she was ever on SHIELD) and I want to make it a great resource again. I will be working on getting the site up to date and working on some new fun content. In the meantime, the website will remain opened on a hiatus until further notice. Check back for more updates.
When people think of comic conventions, the thought is usually of comics, creators, and cosplayers. At Long Beach, the Girl Scouts in the Los Angeles area have been discovering more encouragement through events generated just for them. There are workshops and activities for the different age groups and in a badge receiving ceremony, the girls got a special treat as Chloe Bennet (Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) was on on hand to deliver the badges and offer some words of encouragement.
The ceremony was for offered to over one hundred girls. The badges handed out included a Novelist Badge where the girls took part in writing activities and a Comic Artist Badge where storytelling through art was the focus. The main message is for the girls to follow their dreams and lots of opportunities are offered. As the girls and Chloe took the stage before the ceremony to pose for press and family, Bennet suggested they do silly faces.
Someone suggested they all do the “Supergirl pose” but Chloe joked, “That’s DC [Comics]. I won’t do that.” She the suggested they do the “Quake pose” based on her character in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
The girls then lined up to receive their badges. Chloe told the first few girls dressed as DC Comics characters, she’d “forgive them” for the outfits. Bennet also took the time to ask each girl their name and proceeded to high five each one when they received their badge. Before the closing of the ceremony, Chloe addressed the girls, again delivering the message of following their dreams.
To be honest, experiencing all of this at a comic convention was a little unexpected. We’re used to seeing comic creators and Hollywood actors discuss their projects and share news on what’s coming up. It was a nice and refreshing change to see these young girls take pride in their accomplishment and be encourage to continue what their doing. Part of the Girl Scouts motto is, “Invest in girls. Change the world.” The energy in the room was very positive and uplifting.
I’ve added photos from Chloe at this weekend’s Kids Choice Awards. Check out all the different photos and a red carpet interview below.
• 2015 Kids Choice Awards: Award Show Screencaps
• 2015 Kids Choice Awards: Award Show Stills
• 2015 Kids Choice Awards: E! Red Carpet Interview Screencaps
• 2015 Kids Choice Awards: Red Carpet and Event Photos