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It is an enjoyable watch thus far. Glad they didn't stick long in the 1930s....but liked the Koenig background they did and Enoch staying with him. What sheet is going on with May?
 
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So I have to assume that they will jump into the semi future in order to see Souza unless we see him before the war. I don't think they're going to stick around in 1931 for all 13 episodes.
You are correct sir... oh and Simmons and Daisy rock some hawt lewks in episode 3 as well... I enjoyed this episode...
 

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Same. I don’t mind the time travel and period clothes as long as it's sporadic and not the focus of the show.
Episode 3 sheds a good amount of light, it's a great episode... I just don't want to add any sperlers... and ironically, the timing w/ all that is happening right now is a good reminder of how far we've come...
 

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Really good episode, I thought Souza was only going to be in an episode or 2, looks like he's in it for the duration of the season? Loved the b & w gritty feel to that episode.

Here's to hoping the gang rocks one of these in the next one... MM191-RESTO-00a.jpg
 

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Really good episode, I thought Souza was only going to be in an episode or 2, looks like he's in it for the duration of the season? Loved the b & w gritty feel to that episode.
Same, I was very surprised they took him with them, I thought for sure he was only back for a couple episodes. Depending on how they choose to wrap it up, he could be a guy that they leave as either Director of SHIELD or another high-up position at the end of the show (probably under an assumed identity that would be a huge wink/nod to fans, though I don't know what that identity would be...maybe Clay Quartermain or something), or they get to a spot in time that he likes and/or meets someone and he decides to stay there, giving him a happy ending that we know he didn't originally get because Peggy was always meant to be with Cap, and he was supposed to be assassinated in the 50's.
 

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