FitzSimmons may be inevitable, but the future is now uncertain on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. No, Daisy's old nemesis Raina isn't back. Thanks to a deceased Inhuman named Charlie, Daisy saw herself in space on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. — in the same flash forward that the audience saw at the beginning of this half season.
Is she going on a trip with Yo-Yo, or just her necklace? Elena's cross is one of the only other clues to help identify what is going on in the screen. There's also one tiny problem. Charlie's visions tend show people when they will die. So, is Daisy dead on this spaceship/space station? I certainly hope not. I hope that this man was just showing her an important piece of the future that she could change, rather than something fixed and bleak.
What really is fascinating to me about all of this is that I don't understand why S.H.I.E.L.D. would want to send a mission into outer space to begin with. Are they returning Hive to Maveth? Are they recruiting the Guardians of the Galaxy? Disabling Hydra missiles? Were they sent to find Bruce Banner? Right before she received the vision, Daisy promised to take care of Charles' daughter Robin, which could be significant as well.
Clearly S.H.I.E.L.D. needs to cross the final frontier, and fast, and something very bad happens when they do. In the show, Daisy has three months to figure out what this vision means, before the future comes calling to do any real damage.
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