AoS: Aida has always been the Big-bad.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s time is almost over for this season. Worse is, no announcement has yet been made about a renewal for season 5. RR does believe we’ll make it into the new season.

I haven’t stopped pouring praises to the storyline this season: it has been a huge upgrade from last season (which was also awesome.)

When the season started, AIDA (stands for Artificial Intelligence Digital Assistance) was thought to be a good guy of some sort, but by the time the Darkholme was introduced we could see she was deep into a mission (with Radcliffe), but time also revealed her to be after goals of her own that shamed her creator. Now, AIDA is a living breating bring, which makes me feel I should begin to refer to her as Aida and not the acronym.

After the escape from the Framework, it was shown Aida had the power of teleportation. Every fan of AoS knows that such power can only be had if one is an Inhuman. After showing so much hate against Inhumans inside the Framework as Madame Hydra one would think she hated then totally. But that’s not true. Aida had Fitz experiment on Inhumans to understand how to code there abilities into humans, and that’s exactly what she did to her new vessel.

In this week’s episode 21, Aida demonstrated three abilities:

  1. Teleportation – Similar to Gordon’s. Gordon was one of the leaders of the Afterlife in season 2.
  2. Electricity – Similar to Lincoln, Daisy’s late boyfriend.
  3. Healing factor – This makes us remember The Wolverine.

Aida is total badass. Fitz finally recovered frim his hangover and chose Jemma over Aida, and she is angry. Thank God Ghost rider is back, I feel only he has the power to put Aida to shame.

AoS returns on ABC.

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