Ep. 10 "Maveth" →
The reason Ward kills isn't because he feels nothing. It's because he feels too much.
Since I saw the promo, after the end of the previous episode, and realized that it was some sort of Coulson vs Ward, I trembled in expectation of watching this episode, and at the same time I was afraid of it. For these reasons, and perhaps also for the one week delay because of Thanksgiving, I was thrilled to death when I watched it! And certainly I've not been disappointed.
|The day of the airing of this episode Clark Gregg posted this picture on Instagram,|
formalizing the term "Coulsalind" for the couple Coulson/Rosalind.
I'm still not sure about Coulsalind (as Clark Gregg himself called the ship Coulson/Rosalind), but I must admit that they're cute dining with two burgers candlelight. And that's why
We see a lot Coulson in action in this episode, and personally I find it always kind of... wow!!!! In his hunt for Ward he brings Hunter and Bobbie, leaving Mack as provisional Director. During his brief tenure Mack takes a difficult decision:
While speaking about the portal and about the planet on the other side, Fitzsimmons call it Maveth: but since when it has a name?!?! How is it possible that I missed it?!?
This episode's title is "Closure", and that's what both Ward and Coulson are seeking. It's a mocking title because the episode does not close anything, leaving us just when things were getting even more interesting: