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Season 2 continues the Phil Caulson re-animation storyline, this time taking [[science fantasy]] elements forward with the end goal being finding the location of a kree city where [[inhumans]] are created.
 
Season 2 continues the Phil Caulson re-animation storyline, this time taking [[science fantasy]] elements forward with the end goal being finding the location of a kree city where [[inhumans]] are created.
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Season 2 is where the [[inhumans|inhumans]] story starts to come to the forefront, although during season 2 they are more of an emerging storyline with Hydra continuing to dominate the series as the main antagonists.
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Season 2 is also where the [[inhumans|inhumans]] story starts to come to the forefront, although during season 2 they are more of an emerging storyline with Hydra continuing to dominate the series as the main antagonists.
    
The [[cyborg]] Deathlok also features again during the season.
 
The [[cyborg]] Deathlok also features again during the season.
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Pod 2's Transhumanist Elements are as follows:
 
Pod 2's Transhumanist Elements are as follows:
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* The story arc of Aida becoming seemingly self-aware is picked up again in pod 2 where it is hinted that Aida has created an LMD version of agent May, killed a SHIELD agent, and begun a quest to regain the Darkhold book.
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* The story arc of Aida becoming seemingly [[self-aware]] is picked up again in pod 2 where it is hinted that Aida has created an LMD version of agent May, killed a SHIELD agent, and begun a quest to regain the Darkhold book.
    
* The Darkhold is said to be able to show man "how to live forever" and Dr Radcliffe says; "man could once and for all break the bonds of his mortal restraints". It is later revealed that Dr. Radcliffe tried to use Aida to retrieve the Darkhold for himself and that Aida was programmed to behave in that manner, and not self-aware as first assumed.
 
* The Darkhold is said to be able to show man "how to live forever" and Dr Radcliffe says; "man could once and for all break the bonds of his mortal restraints". It is later revealed that Dr. Radcliffe tried to use Aida to retrieve the Darkhold for himself and that Aida was programmed to behave in that manner, and not self-aware as first assumed.
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* Agnes is killed inside the framework by AIDA, seemingly bringing an end to her life both physically and digitally.
 
* Agnes is killed inside the framework by AIDA, seemingly bringing an end to her life both physically and digitally.
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* AIDA builds a machine capable of creating a human body for her. This enables a consciousness inside the [[cyberspace|framework]] to be [[consciousness transfer|transferred]] into a new physical human body in the [[meatspace|real world]].
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* There is also some [[teleportation]] that takes place towards the end of season 4 whereby Aida grabs Fitz and they disappear together.
    
==== Other Future Tech ====
 
==== Other Future Tech ====
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* Agent Coulson also gets a new prosthetic hand that has an x-ray vision like capability.
 
* Agent Coulson also gets a new prosthetic hand that has an x-ray vision like capability.
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==== Points of interest ====
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== Points of interest ==
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Many references (Easter-eggs) are made to [[science fiction]] movies during the seasons including [[The Lawnmower Man]] and [[Terminator]].
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Many references (Easter-eggs) are made to [[science fiction]] movies during the season including [[The Lawnmower Man]] and [[Terminator]].
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== External Links ==
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*{{Wikipedia|Agent's of S.H.I.E.L.D}}
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*[http://agentsofshield.wikia.com/wiki/Agents_of_S.H.I.E.L.D._Wiki Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D] on Wikia
    
[[Category:Film and TV]]
 
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