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Without a doubt, the biggest twist of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” last season came when Agent Grant Ward revealed himself as a traitor to the team, a sleeper agent secretly working for John Garrett, the Clairvoyant, all along.

Now Ward finds himself locked in a cell, estranged from his…

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She makes it up as she goes along and a lot of those missions, she saves the day because she thinks completely unconventionally, whereas I’m an expert at risk assessment so I would say, “No, you can’t get into that vault because they have laser grids.” And she goes, “Why don’t I just sweet talk the guard?” And sometimes that works.
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Who is Grant Ward without Agent Garrett? He’s always number two. He can follow commands really well. He can do and make tough choices and he can sometimes do unpleasant things in the name of something that he feels he believes in. But we’re not exactly sure who Grant Ward is without somebody telling him what to do. We got a bit of that because with Garrett, Grant Ward was just asking for something. “Give me something to do! What do I do now?” And Garrett was like, “You’ve done it! We’ve accomplished it! We got there.” I don’t think that Ward knows the answer to that question himself. And now we have a full season to explore that.