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Marvel's Agents of SHIELD episode 16 recap: Who is the Clairvoyant. By Morgan Jeffery Friday, Apr 18 2014, 21:00 BST. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+. Season 1, episode 16 Aired Friday, Apr 18 2014 at 20:00 BST on Channel 4. It's the 'End of the Beginning' for Marvel's Agents of SHIELD - I'd predicted that the growing bond between our heroes would soon be disrupted and this week, cracks in their dynamic start to appear.
In the first of a two-parter, the explosive antics of Deathlok (J August Richards) are a mere distraction - the core of this episode is a conspiracy thriller plot which hinges on one simple question - who can you trust. © ABC / Kelsey McNeal.
Paul Zbyszewski's script is driven by the hunt for the mysterious Clairvoyant and driven at a good, solid pace - at a little over 39 minutes, this is a lean and mean Agents of SHIELD. Finding a means to track the Clairvoyant's super-soldier bodyguard, SHIELD quickly unmasks the villain - or so it seems. But in unsettling menace Thomas Nash (played by cult favourite Brad Dourif) the show has served up an enormous red herring - the whole affair feels too neat and Coulson (Clark Gregg) knows that as readily as the viewer does.
© ABC / Kelsey McNeal. With Nash exposed as a phoney and the identity of the real Clairvoyant still uncertain, we're encouraged to engage in some detective work. If you look closely enough, there are clues - possibly dead-ends, possibly not - as to who is genuine and who is leading us down the garden path. May (Ming-Na Wen) is clearly up to something - her odd behaviour and contact with an outside agent confirm that. But her desperation in those final scenes and apparent shock when Coulson links her to the Clairvoyant suggest that whoever she's really working for, it's not this season's Big Bad. Titus Welliver's Agent Blake is plenty shifty but being put into critical condition by Deathlok is a pretty great alibi and with Victoria Hand (Saffron Burrows) seizing control of the Bus, could she be the real Clairvoyant - or at least his/her operative. © ABC / Kelsey McNeal.
Call me an old cynic, but Bill Paxton's grizzled Agent Garrett seems just a little too cosy and loveable to be genuine - if the Clairvoyant and his/her followers are really after Skye for undisclosed reasons, then that could cast Garrett's bonding season with Chloe Bennet's newly-minted SHIELD agent in a whole new light. Regardless of who the real enemy is, the guessing game is enormously involving - It's taken a while but in its 16th week on air, Marvel's Agents of SHIELD finally feels at ease with being a serialised drama. The show sheds the last vestiges of its early procedural format with 'End of the Beginning' - an arc-intensive episode that reintroduces multiple elements from earlier in the season, but also plays heavily on what we've (apparently) learnt about various characters for dramatic effect. © ABC / Kelsey McNeal.
If the conspiracy plot is this latest outing's greatest strength, then its greatest weakness is unfortunately Deathlok - J August Richards is a talented actor and does wonders with what is now essentially a mute henchman bit-part, but the physical realisation of Deathlok leaves a lot to be desired. It's a rare misstep for the Marvel Cinematic Universe which has, almost without exception, brought fan favourites to the screen in a manner that was credible rather than cartoonish, yet still had its roots in the original comic books. Deathlok aside though, 'End of the Beginning' is a strong offering from Marvel's Agents of SHIELD - bold, engaging and fast-paced with a great whodunnit hook.
There's a real feeling that, as it heads into the final portion of a difficult first season, the show is growing in both confidence and consistency.