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H.Q. S.H.I.E.L.D. 6-1-6,you have course confirmation. You are cleared direct to the Slingshot.

Slingshot: Agent Coulson, everything all right up there? We heard you had a little dustup on the ground.

Coulson: Yeah, we're all good. It's gonna be blue skies from here on out.

[ Explosion ]

[ Alarms blaring ]



Simmons: Coulson! Hang on!

Hey, no joy rides, okay?

That's my house.

[ Engine turns over ]

[ Scoffs ]

Where do they think of this stuff?

Ward: Skye? Girl's not qualified to be a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent.

Coulson: Agreed. That's why I've invited her on as a consultant.

[ Beep ]

Coulson: S.H.I.E.L.D. does it all the time. Technically, Stark's a consultant.

Ward: And technically, Skye's a member of the Rising Tide. She hacked our RSA implementation Twice. From a laptop.

Coulson: Imagine what she'll do with our resources.

Ward: I am. That's exactly what I'm imagining during this frown. You brought me on for risk assessment. She's a risk. She doesn't think like us.

Coulson: Exactly.

Simmons: Oh, Agent Coulson told us the news. What a wonderful surprise. Isn't it, Fitz?


Simmons: No, it's wonderful.

Fitz:Yeah, a surprise.

Simmons:You must be very excited.

Skye: Yep, first day of school.

[ Grunts ]

Okay, so...just sorry.


Ward :We have two kids on this bus who aren't cleared for combat. You're adding a third. At least Fitz Simmons are trained S.H.I.E.L.D. scientists. But Skye?

You said this was a select team. Assembled to work new cases, to protect people. I don't see how letting some hacker tag along. I'm looking for an objection

I haven't already anticipated.

Coulson: I'm calling this. But your frown will be on record.

Ward: We've been called in to investigate an 0-8-4. We all know what that means.

Coulson: Yes, we do. It means we don't know what that means.

Fitz: Officially, it's an airborne mobile command station. But we call it the bus. We find it best to use shorthand

when in the field. But everything has to be just so, you know, because of the danger.

Skye: Yeah, I've been up here before, but I didn't see much because of the bag that Agent Ward put over my head.

Simmons: Yes, so sorry about that. Water?

May: Wheels up in two. Lock it or lose it.

Skye: What's that mean?

Simmons: No backing out now. Let's find a bunk for our guest.

Fitz: Oh, oh, yeah, there's only one left, and it's right next to mine. Sorry. You can...

[ Sighs ]

Skye: Hey. I know we didn't really

Ward: Might want to read that. This isn't like other planes.

Skye: You can say that again.

Coulson: Say what again?

Skye: Sweet ride.

Coulson: I earned a little goodwill from Director Fury when I got hit right before the battle of New York.

Skye: You took a bullet?

Coulson:Ish. An Asgardian stabbed me through the heart with a Chitauri scepter. The effect was similar. Got a few weeks' R&R and this plane.

Had it completely refurbished. Studs up spared no expense.

Skye: Yeah, Agent Ward told me they sent you to Tahiti.

Coulson:It's a magical place.

Skye: You mentioned that.

Coulson: Here. Use a coaster. Buckle up.

Skye: I don't even know where we're going.

Coulson: [ Beep ] Peru. That's where the 0-8-4 was reported.

Skye: And an 0-8-4 is...?

Coulson: An object of unknown origin. Kind of like you. Team goes in, determines if it's useful or if it poses a threat.

Last one turned out to be pretty interesting.

Skye: And what was the last one?

Coulson: A hammer.

[ Tires screech ]

May: Tire tracks 40 meters back.

Ward: I'll check them against the site's trucks make sure we're alone.

May: Too much exposure here. I'm gonna find a place to park.

[ Animal chatters ]

Fitz: I would love to see a capuchin in the wild. Maybe even a yellow tailed woolly monkey. You know, um, Peru has 32 different species of monkey.

Simmons: Yeah, and close to 200 species of snakes. The shushupe has fascinating venom. It's neurotoxic, proteolytic, and hemolytic.

[ Chuckles ]

[ Chuckles nervously ]

Fitz: That's fascinating.

Simmons: Yeah. Oh. No, I'd be much more concerned with earthquakes, mala [ Insect buzzes, hand slaps ]

Fitz: Ah. There's no vaccine for dengue fever.

[ Gasps ]

Simmons: Oh, look at this.

Skye: We should warn the people who live around here if the 0-8-4 is dangerous. They're already dealing with anti mining rebels

and the shining path guerillas. I could post something.

Coulson: Remember the panic when that anti matter meteor splashed down just off the coast of Miami, nearly devoured the city?

Skye: No.

Coulson: Precisely. Because we kept it quiet and contained.

Skye: So, what am I doing?

Coulson: Well, if it gets out, I might need you to create some kind of diversion, put the public on the wrong scent.

Skye: So everything that I'm against.

Coulson: Yep.

[ Camera shutter clicks ]

Coulson:Good morning, Professor. I'm Agent Coulson with S.H.I.E.L.D. I understand you've made an interesting discovery.

Professor:[ Sighs ] I...I'm not sure how to explain it. This temple dates back at least 500 years. It's filled with pre Incan artifacts.

One of them is impossible and looks like it might be dangerous.

Coulson: Well, that's why we're here.

Watch out.

Professor: Exactly as we found it.

Coulson: Who else knows about this?

Professor: Just the ministry. I believe they are the ones who contacted you.

Coulson: Sir, I need you and your team

to evacuate the site until we determine the risk associated with this object.

[ Device beeping ]

Simmons: Leave the man alone.

Coulson: Now for your own safety.

Skye: Nothing about this anywhere. It's amazing. I searched every data stream.

Coulson: What do you got here, guys?

Whoa, car uh, careful. I I no, wouldn't do that.

The object's placement in fossiliferous rock formations suggests it's been here for at least 1500 years.

Simmons: That pre dates this temple by a millennium.

Ah! Maybe it's alien.

Yeah, but the shape and the craftsmanship it's almost German.

[ Birds chirping ]

May: Tires match the prof's truck.

Ward: Where's your sidearm?

May: If I need a gun, I'll take one.

Ward: Right. Forgot I was working with "the cavalry."

May: Don't ever call me that.

Ward: Apologies. I've heard the stories...what went down in in Bahrain, about you in action. You know, it was smart of Coulson to pull you out of retirement. It's nice to have a trusted friend who has your back.

[ Grunts ]

[ Vehicle approaches ]

[ Men shouting in Spanish ]

Ward: Should have taken more guns.

[ Vehicle door closes ]

[ Men shouting in Spanish ]


Coulson: Go.

We have a situation.

Lots of rebels in this area.

Not enough gunfire.

Keep working. I'm on my way.

Coulson: Buenos dias. Soy Agente Coulson estamos aquí por un astoto de la seguridad internacional.

Camilla: Phillip?

Coulson: Camilla?

Coulson: Do you mind?

Camilla: After you.

[ Speaks Spanish ]

[ Man speaking Spanish ]

Camilla: And now for a proper hello.

Coulson: Comandante a promotion. Congratulations.

Camilla: Three years ago. But thank you.

Coulson: Agent Melinda May, Agent Grant Ward, this is comandante Camilla Reyes. She's with the Policía Militar del Perú. We used to work together back in the day.

[ Scoffs lightly ]

Coulson: Let the team know everything's okay.

Camilla: I know you've found a strange object on Peruvian soil. We should have a conversation about how to proceed.

Coulson: Of course. But an 0-8-4 supercedes all national claims.

Camilla: You look good.

Couslon: Yeah, I work out.

Come, let me show you something.

[ Device beeping ]

Are you seeing this? It's alive.

Wha alive alive?

It has a functioning power source.

Sleepy's reading radionuclides, but they don't match any known isotope.

I get temporal matches, but even then, they seem to shift.

Is that even possible?

Depends on the shifting of the temporal radio stuff,'s totally weird, right?

I'm gonna go check on Coulson.

We've got company.

National police.

What? Why are they here?

They heard about this object.

They're probably here to protect it.

This area has lots of rebel uprisings.

Yeah, people are fighting back against the government's mining policies. It's pretty kick ass.

Yeah, it's kick ass, all the violence.

That's not what I'm saying.

No, it's what you're typing. In your van, alone where it's safe.

How much longer?

What's the hurry? Are we in danger?

Not if everyone does their job.

What is yours, exactly?

Camilla: The cacao is from a secret valley in Peru.

Coulson: Very special.

Camilla: The best chocolate in the world.

Coulson: Could use some sugar.

Camilla: [ Chuckles ] Americans.

Coulson: You know me, Camilla. I'm a pretty simple guy.

Camilla: There was nothing simple about your last mission here.

Coulson: I had some great help.

Camilla: There isn't any chance we get to keep the device, is there?

Coulson: It's not mine to give, but I'm sure we can find a way to resolve this respectfully in a way that gives your coun

Camilla: Rebels.

Coulson: Stay close. On my six.

[ Gunfire, indistinct shouting ]

[ Rumbling ]

Let's go.

They're coming for it. Let's move!

No. No, no, no, no, no.

It doesn't matter.

It does to me!

Please, let us do this.

We need a containment case for the 0-8-4.

There's no time.

But it has a fluctuating power core frequencies way above exahertz.

[ Explosion ]

Sorry. Science class is over.

[ Grunts ]

Whoa! Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! Wait. You did not just pull that out of the wall. What is the matter with you?!

Do you realize we do not know the amount of photon emissions coming out of this okay. We don't know what will happen

if it gets excited.

Stay close. Simmons Fitz! Come on!

[ Gunfire ]

[ Indistinct shouting ]

Come on!

[ Shouts in Spanish ]

Coulson: Your men need to fall back now, or we'll never make the runway.

Camilla: Now your truck. Let's go!

[ Screams ]

Get back!

Coulson: Tell your men to get down.

[ Shouts in Spanish ]

Watch out! [ Shouts ]

[ Gun cocks ]

Get in! Get in!

Move! Now!


Yeah, that's a good idea.

After you.

After you.

[ Indistinct shouting ]

Ward: Coulson's secure in PMP's truck. Take the south route to the airfield.

May: Gotcha.

Slow down!

You're joking, right?

Ward, listen! We have to be careful. There's a binding energy structure that could overheat.

I could roll down a window!

[ Bullets ricochet ]


Skye: Do not roll down a window!

Ward Stay quiet and keep your heads down. Head left. The ravine empties.

But, Ward!

Ward: Both Quiet!

[ Beeping ]

Ward: How fast can you have the wheels up?

May: Fast.

[ Tires screech ]


On it.

What are you doing?! Coulson is still out there!

Get off the ramp. You're in the line of fire.

[ Gunfire, indistinct shouting ]

Ward : Cut it pretty close, sir.

Coulson: Didn't want to leave anyone behind.

Skye: I got to say it. I miss my van.

Ward: Now, what was the problem?

Fitz: As I said before, this device has a high frequency, fluctuating, sub material compression

Ward: Fitz, in English.

Fitz: The 0-8-4 is fueled by tesseract technology. Hydra. World War II. Captain America. It's full of lethal amounts of gamma radiation.

Gamma, you're saying it's nuclear?

Coulson: No. He's saying it's much, much worse.

H.Q.: And the 0-8-4 is in your possession?

Coulson: It's on board and contains a tesseract fuel cell, so...there's that.

H.Q.:Copy. You are a go for check in guidance through restricted airspace. Safe travels.

[ Sighs ]

Coulson: Top speed's a priority, May.

May: Obviously.

Coulson: I know you didn't want to see combat. I apologize for that. Do you need anything else before I go check on the device fueled by evil that's sitting in our cargo hold? This was fun.

Not to worry. The device is stable.

Not that it couldn't explode at any minute, especially if hit with machine gun fire.

But things like this happen from time to time when in the field, and at first, it's very unpleasant, and you regret your decision to leave the lab at all.

[ Door opens ]

Fitz: Are you mental? I did explain in great detail exactly what I meant, using the queen's bloody English!

Ward: I use normal English words like "duck" and "run" and "might blow us to pieces."

Fitz: Oh. Oh! Well, congratulations, Agent Ward. You managed to string

three words together in a sentence.

Is everyone all right?

Banged up but alive.

Thank you for the extraction.

Reyes: But we lost a lot of men.

Couslon: We'll make sure the rest of you get home safe.

Reyes: Are we safe? On a plane with that?

Coulson: There's a PMP airfield in Iquitos. It's a short distance. We'll burn as fast as we can for a S.H.I.E.L.D. containment facility. There's no safer place for us to go.

Solider: Sir, if I may? You got anything to drink around here?

Coulson: Upstairs. I think you'll find it quite comfortable up there.

Reyes: I expect the grand tour.

Coulson: I know you do.

Fitz: I'm trying to tell you

Ward: ...Don't understand anything

you are saying!

Coulson: Do we have a problem in here?

Ward: No, sir. Just working on our communication. Not everyone was prepared

for a firefight.

Coulson: We got out, didn't lose anyone, saved a few of theirs I'd say we did all right. Anything else?

Skye: Uh, yeah. I have a small question. Because I've been feeling like the tagalong hayseed rookie, but now I get the sense that Ward doesn't know which one's Simmons and which one's Fitz, and they've seen even less gunfire than me, and I'm no rocket scientist, but is this your first mission together?

No. Of course not.

Simmons: It's our second.

Skye: I was your first? That's sweet.

Ward: You're amused?

Skye: I'm terrified. I am in way over my head, but I have been on this team just as long as any of you. I might as well be team captain.

[ Scoffs ]

Skye: I was joking, but maybe that's not a bad idea, because these guys do not like each other much.

Ward: This isn't about that. I'm a specialist. Today, I could have eliminated the enemy threat myself if I was working alone, but I had

non combat ready agents...

Whoa, whoa. Wait. You work alone?

So typical. Who do you think designs your equipment? Or the polymers for your weaponry.


People like us do it. Try going into the field with just your bare bum.

Skye: See them proving the point I just made?

Coulson: You're not wrong. We still need to iron out the kinks. But, Ward, you can speak six languages. Simmons, you have two PhDs in fields I can't pronounce, and, Fitz, you are a rocket scientist. So work it out.

Skye:I I'm I'm good at stuff, too.

[ Sighs ]

[ Indistinct conversation ]

[ Laughs ]

[ Device beeps ]

So, should we work or just continue to

I'm saying I said there would come a moment when we would regret the decision to go in the field.

I didn't think that would happen in week one.

[ Scoffing ] Oh, God.

This seam in the sedimentary layers suggests some sort of molten cave in a few decades back.

Yeah, well, this here it's optical amplification.

Now, I think well, I'm most likely dead on that the tesseratic energy excites plasma with an inverse population of energy levels.

A laser.

A ray of...pure energy two terajoules.

See the ampliphier?

We're lucky the drones didn't trigger it while we were taking electromagnetic readings.

This is a weapon, powerful enough to

Enough to melt through 500 feet of solid rock to bury itself.

Imagine what it could do to a person.

Yeah, or an airplane. For example.

Skye: "Hunger Games"?

Ward: "Matterhorn." One of a hundred books my S.O. gave me that I'm just getting around to. S.O...supervising officer.

Skye: Got it. Hackers have lingo, too, but I'll pick yours up. I feel like you and me wrong foot. Can you a drink?

[ Chuckles lightly ]

Skye: What I said before when I said the uprising was whatever I said

a good thing. I don't want you to think I'm oblivious. What I was talking about was the tweets.

Ward: Tweets.You trying to make things better or worse?

Skye: Peruvians have organized for the first time in decades. Thousands of suffering people who have never met uniting over a common idea? It's mind blowing. And I don't want to bring it up because I don't want to see your hate face, but...that's what the Rising Tide is all about.

Ward: Okay.

Skye: Usually, one person doesn't have the solution. But 100 people with 1% of the solution that'll get it done. I think that's beautiful pieces solving a puzzle.

Ward: You and I see the world differently is all.

Skye: I've never been in a war zone during a war until today. That was crazy. I take it you've seen that a lot?

[ Sighs ]

Skye: Wh...did you get shot?

Ward: Skin deep. Nothing to worry about.

Skye: You got shot. Did that happen protecting us?

Ward: Said don't worry about it.

Skye: Well, no wonder you were so pissed.

Ward: I wasn't pissed. I was trained to be the whole solution, to eliminate variables. And today, they keep adding up.

Skye: We're turning.

Ward: We've entered restricted airspace, so we have to follow certain flight paths regulation. This plane is capable of fully automated flight, but May has to be on the stick herself tonight.

Skye: You've got an S.O. May's got to be on the stick. Lots of good lingo on this plane.

Ward: Yeah.

Skye: We just can't seem to understand each other.

Coulson: First walkie talkie wristwatch. 1936, Poland. They only made 20, I think. Still works.

Camilla: I forgot you're such a sentimentalist, Phillip.[ Chuckles ]Romanticizing history.

Coulson: Yeah, most of it's glued down. There was an elegance to things back then.

Camilla: There we agree.

Coulson: With everything around us changing so quickly, it doesn't hurt to have a few touchstones to the past. Reminds me what's important. The last thing I want to do is relive days gone by.

Camilla: A few nights, maybe.

[ Door closes ]

Coulson: I see what you're doing.

Camilla: I'm reminiscing. This plane is such a step up from the R.V. we used to work out of when you were stationed in Cusco.

Coulson: I don't remember much working.

[ Chuckles lightly ]

Coulson: I also don't remember you being this direct.

Ward: Skye, hand me the bottle.

Skye: Okay, Turbo, but you're still nursing the one you got.

Ward: I'm not the only one.

Camilla: We're stuck above the clouds for the next few hours. We might as well enjoy ourselves. We could make a few more memories to add to your collection. What do you think?

Coulson: I think...Ward already knows you'll have to eliminate May from the equation to have a chance... which gives him about 20 seconds to get to her first.

Camilla: Aah!

[ Device beeps, drill whirs ]

[ All grunting ]

[ Air hisses ]

Coulson: We were allies. We had history. When did you decide to throw that away?

Camilla: As soon as I saw your team.

Coulson: The reason I'm still alive is because you need me to verify the change of routes for your pilot when H.Q. calls in any minute now.

Camilla: I'd appreciate that.

Coulson: But if I don't, S.H.I.E.L.D. will shoot this aircraft out of the sky. That'll take the 0-8-4 out of your hands. Maybe I should let them.

Camilla: Oh, no, I think you'll make the calls. You already handed me your plane for the life of one of your little lab rats. If I open the cargo hold, you'll lose them all. And you are such a sentimentalist.

Fitz: This is my fault. Should have learned kung fu.

Simmons: Oh, yeah, but I shouldn't have pushed you into the field in the first place. You weren't ready.

Fitz: It was my job to makea proper threat assessment.

Simmons: Uh, we We weren't ready.

Skye: This wouldn't have happened if Agent May wasn't on the stick. She would have busted out some of her ninja know how.

Fitz: Agent May? No. No, no.

Simmons: She transferred from administration.

Skye: Well, I've seen her destroy a guy, so...

Ward: You've heard of the cavalry?

Fitz: Yeah.

Simmons: Yeah.

Wh everyone at the academy talks about st

Both: She's the cavalry?

May: I told you never to call me that.

I can't believe it.

Oh, we're sure to get out of here now.

Um, how do we get out of here?

[ Grunts ]

May:Can't go through the doors. They're bolted, tied to the pressurization lines.

You two geniuses have nothing?

Yeah, well, it's hard to concentrate in these intense situations.

Hey. Don't freeze up.

Take a breath.

You don't need to come up with the whole solution.

Just part of it. Right?


Pieces solving a puzzle.

Coulson: You knew this was a weapon all along.

Reyes: But you got to it first. I had to play nice. Yes, Coulson. For once, I'm actually ahead of you. My country commissioned

that weapon decades ago. After the fall of Hydra, many scientists followed their Nazi friends to hide on this side of the world.

Coulson: German engineering.

Reyes: The weapon was lost during a clash in the jungle until today. With it, we'll end the rebel uprising and finally stabilize

my country.

Coulson: You mean rule your country.

Reyes: You stay in your borders. I'll stay in mine.

Coulson: Those borders are disappearing. Aliens descended on New York, remember? They don't care whose colors you wear. They just care

who's in the way. We should be working together, not fighting.

Well, that's clearly the worst idea we've heard yet. But it could work.

Reyes is gonna kill us the minute we land, regardless, and blame it on rebels.

This way, we have a fighting chance.

I'll take it.

What's first?

We can't get upstairs without going in the lab. And the only way to release the lab doors is from upstairs.

The first thing is, we're tied to the cargo door, so unless you can

[ Crack ]

What the hell was that?

Ward: Her wrist.


[ Crack ]

May: What's next?

Reyes:Was it 11 years ago, now? You swooped in with S.H.I.E.L.D. with so much confidence, so much mystery. You had 100 men at your disposal.

And now a hand picked team.

Coulson: And, yes, they're that good.

Reyes: Oh, Phil. You're not even aware. Your renewed idealism, your collectibles, your airborne man cave, surrounding yourself

with young, attractive agents you're having a mid life crisis.

Coulson: More an afterlife thing, really.

Reyes: And I'm not going to even mention the red Corvette.

Coulson:Her name's Lola.

Reyes: [ Laughs ] Of course it is. It's textbook. You built this team so you could feel relevant, to feel needed.

Coulson: They don't need me. They need time.

Reyes: Well, time is not on their side.

Coulson: No, but you gave them something better a common enemy.

Okay, we're sure, right? Everyone's sure?

We're all on board.

Yeah, let's do this fast.

No turning back. No freezing up.

Because if we do, then...

All of us die.

We know.

All right.

[ Engine revs ]

You guys talk a lot.

[ Vehicle door closes, engine revs ]

No, no, no!

[ Drill whirs ]

[ Device beeps ]

H.Q. S.H.I.E.L.D. 6-1-6, we have radar contact. Requesting confirmation on a change in course. Over.

[ Gun cocks ]

Reyes :Answer it, or they all learn what a 30,000 foot drop feels like.

H.Q.:Agent Coulson, are you there? You have course confirmation. You are cleared direct to the Slingshot. Agent Coulson? Everything all right up there?

We heard you had a little dustup on the ground.

Coulson: Yeah, we're all good. It's gonna be blue skies from here on out.

Simmons, forget what I said before.

This is the moment that we'll regret.

[ Device beeps ]

[ Screams ]



Skye: It worked.

The drop in cabin pressure released the doors.

I'll take care of the soldiers.

You guys get to the 0-8-4.

And Coulson?

Let's hope he can handle himself.

[ Alarms blaring ]



[ Wind howling ]

Get back!

Go now! Find the 0-8-4!

[ Grunts ]



Got you!

Camilla! Hold on!

It's okay.

I've got it!

Simmons: Fitz! Reel us back in!

Fitz: I've got you!

[ Buckle clicks ]

We need your help!

Coulson: Trust me! Don't want you to know what a 30,000 foot drop feels like.


[ Bell chimes ]

[ Both grunting ]

Cut him loose!



Ward Hold on!

[ Fabric rips ]


Skye: I read the safety pamphlet.

Ward: I think you might be the first.

No other way in, huh?

Was just starting to warm up to this place.

The 0-8-4 is cooling and stable. But we should call H.Q. and get it to the Slingshot as soon as possible.

Coulson: Told you they were good.

[ Hammers pounding, tools whirring ]

Not a scratch. But your plane's totaled.

I hope S.H.I.E.L.D. insurance covers hijackings.

Coulson: Sure. Under "incidentals."

[ Chuckles lightly ]

Skye: What exactly am I signing up for?

Coulson: Like I said front row seat to the craziest show on earth.

Skye; Yeah, but I didn't expect the show to get this crazy this fast all for an object you're just gonna destroy.

Coulson: Slingshot is protocol. A weapon like the 0-8-4 is too dangerous for any person or country to have. People like Reyes would always be after it.

Skye: What happened with Reyes, anyway?

Coulson: She's being held at a S.H.I.E.L.D. detainment facility. I expect the Peruvian government will negotiate for her release.

She probably won't spend much time in jail.

Skye: No, I mean what happened with you and Reyes? You guys totally did it back in the day, right?

Coulson: That's classified.

[ Laughs ]

Ward: Looks like Skye might end up as more than just a consultant, despite our reservations. She could turn into a solid asset...

with some serious work.

May: Well, if she wants to be a field agent, she'll need a supervising officer someone disciplined, someone good.

Ward: All right. I'll do it. Just to clarify, you were, uh, talking about me, right?

Fitz: We blew up a plane.

I had a new experience.

Eat that, Professor Vaughn.

You had a new experience.

But it was new for all of us.

May: They're happy.

Hey, come on. You guys don't want to miss this.

Fitz: So, it'll take about 180 days to reach the sun.

Now, yes, of course, it would have been faster if they'd used hydrogen fueled APUs, but they're having fun.

Skye: How many of those have you guys had?

[ Laughing ] Sk

Simmons: Skye. It's important when in the field to unwind from time to time.

Fitz: Yeah, yeah, especially after a hard day of everyone almost dying.

Skye: Which doesn't happen every day, right?

Simmons: It's an anomaly an irregularity.

Not...the norm.

Coulson: Speaking of "not the norm," whose idea was it to blow a hole in the plane?

Skye: May said that the doors were tied to the pressurization, so I thought

So we thought it was the only way to release them.

It was everyone's idea, sir.

Yes, quite genius, really.

Coulson: Nice work.

Man : All clear for liftoff.

Fitz Oh, time for blastoff.

[ Nasally ] Launching...

In three...

[ Laughs ]


The trajectory will take it beyond the Lagrange point so that it doesn't hit Herschel.

And there haven't been any coronal mass ejections, so it shouldn't lose telemetry.

Ward: Guys, English.


[ Cellphone vibrates ]

Fury: Really? Really, Coulson? Six days? It only took you six days to take a completely renovated piece of state of the art

machinery and turn it into scrap?!

Coulson: My team acted with my authority.

Fury: Don't talk to me about authority. Do you know how much this plane cost? It's got a bar.

A really nice one. Talking to me about authority. You know, I have the authority to downgrade your ass to a Winnebago.

Coulson: I'm aware of that, sir.

Fury: Well, I want it fixed just like you found it. So don't have Fitz Simmons going making modifications, like a a a a... damn fish tank.

Coulson: Yes, sir.

Fury: And the new girl...she's a risk.

Coulson: I know, sir.

Fury:You know, sir? How's Lola?

Coulson: She's fine, sir. Thanks for asking.

Fury: Talking to me about authority.

Coulson: Yeah, we're gonna have to kill the fish tank.

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