Marvel's Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. "The Green Room" Talkback (Spoilers)

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  1. James Harvey

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    Check out Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.!

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    Marvel's Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.
    "The Green Room"

    Episode Premiere Date - February 22nd, 2015
    The Agents of S.M.A.S.H. track the Leader to a deserted island but get stuck in a deadly maze where they are forced to battle the Hulk's dark side - in physical form.

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  2. Gold Guy

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    Well, the Hulks finally caught the leader, so I got a sense of accomplishment, which I admittedly wasn't expecting.

    Zen Hulk irritated the heck out of me, though.
     
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    So it seems like the Hulks have put a stop to Leader's schemes and recovered all of the stolen weapons. The Hulks' names were cleared, and it seems the people of Vista Verde know they are innocent, so they can probably return there. But it did a good job of wrapping up most of the issues stemming from the end of season one.

    Looking forward to see how the plot will shift from here. Doubt we have seen the last of the Leader. Plus, they just left him there to his own devices. I imagine he could escape SHIELD whenever he wanted.

    What I would like to see next is more fleshing out of Skaar's origin, though I'm not really expecting too much of that. Looking forward to Hulk meeting his alternate evil future self, the Maestro. Hercules episode should also be a lot of fun.
     
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    The episode is shockingly good for a agents of smash episode for me. its better than most idiot ball episodes we tend to have. Zen hulk was compelling for me as well. but i expect that the next episode will probably be trash like usual.
     
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    Calm Hulk's behavior was a little inconsistent, but I don't have any major complaints about the episode. The Green Room/Leader traps were cool, and I like Hulk confronting the other side of him and admitting that even though he was happy, he wasn't himself. Great closing statement right there.
     
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    Didn't really care for this episode. I didn't think Zen Hulk was funny or wise or anything like that, just boring and got a little annoying as the episode went on. It was nice the Leader was finally caught but other than that the episode didn't really help accomplish anything.
     
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    Yeah, the darkest moment of the entire show for me was Pacifist Hulk refusing to smash Leader or even fight his dark half in spite of his powerful strength, even when his life was being threatened. Especially since he no longer had his anger. But I was glad he knew his rage was part of who he is and he made Leader merge the two seperate Hulks back into the original Hulk.
     
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