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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. "Who You Really Are" Episode Review

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

Phew, we can breathe easy knowing that Bobbi and Mack aren't working for Hydra. But who are they really working for? I'm almost wondering if maybe, perhaps, they are working for Fury and trying to rebuild Shield to what it once was? Kind of out there and I could be dead wrong, but hey, that's what I've been thinking. Whatever they are doing, Bobbi wants to bring Hunter in on it, since they are getting um...close. But Mack doesn't think that's a good idea. I don't like how Mack is this second half of the season. Sure, he blames it on the alien thing that happened to him, but I wonder if it's partly because of him being a double agent? He doesn't handle it well and if anybody blows their cover, it'll probably be him.

Are they trying to make up for completely destroying the Fitz I used to know and like? Well, not that I didn't stop liking him, but he's changed a lot, since the Fitz we knew back in season 1. Ok, not that long ago, but still, I miss him and I think he's somewhere inside him and I think it might be slowly coming back with the help of Skye. Fitz is finally accepting himself for who he is and that's going to help a lot with what Skye is becoming. Especially when she realizes she's more of at threat then they first thought and wants to tell people, but Fitz doesn't think it's a good idea. I can understand where he's coming from, too, since when they did find out, they basically blew up and didn't treat her the same. Exactly what Fitz was afraid of. But wow, at what Fitz said to Simmons! Boy do I miss that team. Will they ever get fixed?

Sif is back! She's pretty funny when she doesn't have her memory. Well, not all of it's gone, she does remember where she's from, but she doesn't know why she's back on Earth and who she's looking for. It turns out to be a Kree, that they are looking for, that isn't actually supposed to have been there in the first place. But it all goes back to Skye.

Yep, they are both looking for more diviners. Which, according to them, leads to death and destruction. Um...sound familiar? Whoever said back in season 1, that wherever Skye goes, death and destruction follow. Makes sense now. Seeing as when things get intense, she starts to freak out, but not the way you should normally. Instead, she almost brings the whole building down on top of them. May thinks she can try to calm her down, but I'm not sure if anybody can once Skye is in that position. Maybe Fitz, but he couldn't get to her in time.

What was up with that scene at the end? Hunter demanding to know what Bobbi and Mack are involved in and did Mack just kill Hunter? Oh please, no! Not another death so soon and I was beginning to like Hunter. I wonder what was up with that and where it'll lead to? Well, whenever I find time to watch the next episode, maybe I'll find out.