That didn't take long. Daisy's secret identity and Inhuman abilities could be out to the government on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and as a result, Agent Coulson made a potentially dangerous bargain. After their attempt to bring Lincoln in failed, Coulson teamed up with Rosalind on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and promised to give information to the ATCU. He's going to be her resource, and he is a pretty good one. The man has worked with the Avengers, lost a hand, visited alien temples and hidden cities, befriended Asgardians, died, and come back to life... what government agency wouldn't want to pick his brain? The question is, what else is he willing to sacrifice for his team?
Also, are we allowed to start 'shipping these two yet? I was a "Philinda" fan for a while, but with Andrew Garner in the picture for May, I have accepted that it's time to move on. The chemistry between Coulson and Price is growing at rapid speed. They have matching convertibles, for Lady Sif's sake. It's definitely inappropriate considering their work relationship and the circumstances, but you know Daisy's already thinking about it when she called out Coulson for referring to her as Rosalind instead of Price. Plus, Rosalind "called him to make sure it wasn't a fake number"? Cool your jets, lady.
The two Agents spent most of the episode debating over how they would prefer to deal with powered people such as Inhumans. Coulson was worried that the ATCU would start dissecting people like Hydra. Well, like Hydra did while operating underground at S.H.I.E.L.D., but let's not fuss over details. He'd rather they not treat every powered person like a dangerous threat. Honey over vinegar, that sort of thing. Rosalind is technically more practical in her militaristic approach... but it's not exactly nice and will only stir us on towards Captain America: Civil War. I just hope Coulson doesn't get too close to a bad situation.
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