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Missing Pieces 

Scattered across the galaxy, the team works to find their footing in the wake of losing Coulson.


Clark Gregg


Stan Lee (based on the Marvel comics by), Jack Kirby (based on the Marvel comics by) | 8 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Clark Gregg ... Phil Coulson / Sarge
Ming-Na Wen ... Melinda May
Chloe Bennet ... Daisy 'Skye' Johnson / Quake
Iain De Caestecker ... Leo Fitz
Elizabeth Henstridge ... Jemma Simmons
Henry Simmons ... Alphonso 'Mack' Mackenzie
Natalia Cordova-Buckley ... Elena 'Yo-Yo' Rodriguez
Jeff Ward ... Deke Shaw (credit only)
Maximilian Osinski ... Agent Davis
Briana Venskus ... Agent Piper
Joel Stoffer ... Enoch
Barry Shabaka Henley ... Dr. Marcus Benson
Lucas Bryant ... Agent Keller
Winston James Francis ... Jaco
Matt O'Leary ... Pax


Scattered across the galaxy, the team works to find their footing in the wake of losing Coulson.

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Release Date:

10 May 2019 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


This episode includes an epitaph before the end credits for the late Stan Lee. See more »


When the alien guard scans Daisy's face, the picture on the scanner is in a slightly different posture than the way Chloe Bennett is standing. See more »


[first lines]
Enoch: Apologies, Agent Fitz. We find ourselves in a bit of a conundrum. I was prepared to guard this vessel for the next 73 years, 261 days. But I now must calculate your best chances of survival. An extremely... difficult computation. Considering the circumstance.
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Missing a Lot of Pieces
17 May 2019 | by rbr-41299See all my reviews

Like last season the SHIELD team starts off in dire circumstances. Like last season the mood is dark. The characters are not in a happy place. And, it appears they are on the verge of another extinction event, but Enoch is not there to save them. While the acting is great, I have no enthusiasm for the plot. It's strange. The characters are there, but it does not seem like SHIELD.

Casting Clark Gregg to play a new character, someone named Sarge who kills a SHIELD agent, felt like a betrayal. Coulson was a fan favorite based on his appearances in Marvel films. I remember the t-shirts from the San Diego ComiCon in 2013 that said "Coulson Lives" after he was killed in the Avenger's movie. I understand having Coulson die, but surely he could have been recharged or resurrected. Why introduce a look-alike character who is just the opposite in terms of ... well ... character. Who is this Sarge? Why does he have to look and sound like Coulson? Orphaned twin? LMD? Clone from harvested DNA? Doppelganger from a parallel universe? None of those are good options. Is this a redemption story or did Gregg want to play a villain?

The episode especially lacks contextual exposition. It's a year after the last season. There's no mention of the situation after Avenger's Infinity War. The SHIELD team apparently wasn't affected by the snap of Thanos, or being out in the universe they weren't aware it happened. There is clearly a continuity problem. Where are we in the MCU timeline? The episode seems like the second part of a three-part story and we weren't shown the first part. I hope the series starts to make sense.

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