i don’t want ward to get killed off in the season finale, i will be inconsolable if it happens..
in some way i just want him to rejoin the group some how but no one forgives him for a long time, seeing grant ward grovelling because they are truly the only family he’s ever known who broke his…
Similar to the always-fun blog, agents-of-shield-folder, Agents of SHIELD can always trigger my super-nerb goobering. It’s not the best show on TV by any margin, but I love it in that it never fails to make me feel like a little kid all excited for the newest episode of Mr. T and the A-Team.
agents-of-shield-shipping.__), I can get rather fan-goony over Agents of SHIELD. Not the best show on TV by any stretch, but one I love simply because it makes me feel like a little kid all excited for the newest episode of Mr. T and the A-Team.
Anyways, what I think they should do with the treacherous Agent Ward (not that anyone asked) is combine his story with that of Taskmaster from the comics. In the comics, Taskmaster is actually an agent of SHIELD who volunteered for a experimental serum that would allow him to mimic the physical attributes of anyone he sees (his physical photographic memory). The side effect of this serum, however, is that it significantly interferes with short and long term memory (so much so that Taskmaster is constantly forgetting that he is actually a member of SHIELD). This would be the factor Ward is actually the most interested in; troubled by his memories of being a traitor and his traumatic childhood, Ward actually wants his memory impaired - so he volunteers. This way, Ward can become the badass Taskmaster and still rejoin the team, unable to recollect his past treachery. The rest of the team are still angry at him, but also must contend with the fact that his impaired memory sort of provides him a clean slate.
Okay, enough delving into my ultra-nerd headcannon for one day :)