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'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s' Clark Gregg on the last 2 ABC TV episodes

Actor Clark Gregg arrives at the premiere of IFC Films' 'God's Pocket' at LACMA on May 1, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.
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According to Comic Book Resources on Monday, Clark Gregg was out and about in Hollywood when was interviewed about the final episodes of "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.". The few episodes that aired in reaction to the events of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier". does have Gregg and the other ABC TV cast members excited.

Gregg expressed that he felt since after the final edits, visual effects, and the way fight scenes unit as one, that he's finally feeling the "groove" of getting into what "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." is all about. He mentioned that he is rather satisfied the fans are understanding the gist of it all.

Since the release of the "Captain America 2" film, Gregg mentioned that he was given a hint from his S.H.I.E.L.D. cohorts in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that events from the film were going to impact the organization in a big way. According to Gregg, that's just how drama is, things tend to get get "turned upside down" but he didn't know to what extent that Marvel, the Whedons, and Jeff Bell would be taking it.

Gregg expressed very well with what is going to occur in the next two episodes. In fact, the description was quite focused on Agent Coulson insomuch that he's been through a whole lot since that day he got stabbled by Loki in "The Avengers" to his so-called trip to that "magical place" T.A.H.I.T.I. Top that with Agent Garrett doing what he did, one could only imagine it's time for Coulson to give back the same as much that was given unto him during the series. According to Gregg, "I guess the thing I would say is, I think they might have picked the wrong moment to mess with Phil Coulson".

It was then explained by Gregg that his "gateway drug" into the Marvel Cinematic Universe started back in the 70s during his first issue of "Iron Fist" a.k.a Danny Rand. Apparently, he and his brother was going through a kung-fu phase back in the say where said movies were rather popular and Bruce Lee reigned supreme on the big screen. He also was an admirer of Warlock as well.

"Then I found this guy Warlock, and Tony Stark, with some stuff drawn by this guy Jim Starlin. I got a little too into it. In fact, my mom sent me some of my old notebooks, recently, from a math class, and it's all drawings of Warlock".

To delve into the fun and the finale episodes of "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." stay tuned Tuesday starting at 8 p.m. EST.

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