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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. "Turn, Turn, Turn" Episode Review

*Review contains spoilers, so read at your own risk!*

Grant is bad? That's the bomb they decided to drop on us fans in Tuesday's game changing episode and when they said game changing episode, they weren't kidding!

However, I don't totally believe that Grant is bad. Main reason being is that mysterious conversation he had with Coulson and especially that look they both shared before Grant left with Victoria. It was almost a look of "You know what to do". I'm thinking that Grant is acting as a double agent? Could be wishful thinking too, seeing as Grant has been my favorite character since day one.

Knew from the beginning that Garrett was bad. Sometimes I can pick the bad guy and sometimes I can't. But with Garrett, a little warning sign popped up in my head when we first met him and that was confirmed in this episode, that he was bad. He works with Hydra (whatever that is - I gotta get caught up on Thor and Captain America!)!

If Grant really is bad, could he be the inside intel to whoever the Clairvoyant is? I've been thinking all along that the Clairvoyant isn't really a Clairvoyant and just has someone on the inside or is someone on the inside. It would make sense why Grant wanted to kill the one they thought was the Clairvoyant and play it off as something else, but I highly doubt that's the case. The more I think about it, the more I wonder if there's more to the story for Grant.

Called the relationship with Grant and Skye from the beginning! So much so that I was shocked and not to mention disappointed, when Grant and Melinda hooked up. Looks like their relationship has ended and a new one is totally forming with Grant and Skye! That scene with the kiss was just beyond amazing. Sudden, but it was awesome and even more awesome when Grant actually made it out of that suicide mission alive.

Melinda being bad still isn't really made clear yet. But that has been put on a somewhat hold when they have to save one of their own in the Hub, since they literally can't trust anybody. Simmons is stuck inside and has no clue what's going on. I thought for sure that Triplett was bad and thank goodness he ended up not being, since he was her only hope of getting out. I'm still thinking that Victoria was really bad and that's why Grant shot her. I think he shot Victoria to get on Garrett's good side to be led to whoever the Clairvoyant is (looks like it's the lady in the flower dress?)? Also, with me not believing the Grant being bad angle is because of how he looked after the fact. Grant really looked like he was sad that he had to do that and was kind of shutting down. Just makes me wonder if there's more to the story.

There is good news in this episode. Yes, a little bit, anyways. Simmons gets out fine and immediately runs to Fitz (so cute!) and gives him a hug. Skye is an awesome agent, too. However, Shield seems to be no longer. What do they do now that they have really no safe spot? Guess we will have to wait and see in the episodes to come.

What are your thoughts on Grant being bad? Do you believe it or not? Let me know in the comments below!