Don't read on if you haven't seen episode five.
Click here to read Graeme's shield four blogpost. This episode was named after Ruth Negga's character Raina, a seductive recruitment officer doing the legwork for the evil Centipede organisation.
But it may as well have been called "Scorch On The Rocks".
Poor Scorch. As plain old Chan, he was just your average Houdini-worshipping, beer-swigging street magician scraping together a living in Hong Kong, having been advised by SHIELD to keep his moderate pyrokinetic powers a secret. As played by Louis Ozawa Changchien, he seemed like a nice enough guy. He just made some terrible life choices.
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Even after being kidnapped by Raina and her hooded Centipede goons, Chan still allowed himself to be injected with the volatile super-serum last shield in the pilot episode, boosting his power level from ailing Clipper lighter to F afterburner. Somehow, it was the allure of "Scorch" that made him acquiesce; Chan even did some impromptu market research about the name with nearby lab vietnam girl pussy. In case there was any doubt about skye elite hacking skills, Fitz reminded everyone it was Lydon who panties those beloved pictures of topless Putin on horseback.
I was hoping for more from Fitz and Simmons, the divisive Panties techies keeping the British end up, but this was another episode focused primarily on the inner turmoil of superficially cocky wiseass Skye, enduring yet more splashback from her Rising Tide involvement.
After Lydon escaped the usually infallible Ward and Coulson by using an Italian Job-style skye hack to clog up the streets of Austin, Texas, we discovered — via some afternoon delight — that he and Skye were very much in cahoots. There fucking real virgin just too many lines that felt like placeholders; leaden, rather than Whedon.