Just like Fox’s hit series Sleepy Hollow, ABC’s smash hit Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was on hiatus last week. This week, an all-new episode entitled ‘F.Z.Z.T.’ is scheduled to be released. In anticipation of the new episode, Marvel has decided to release the opening sequence from this week’s episode.
Here is the official synopsis for tomorrow night’s episode.
Not many Agents know more about death than Phil Coulson. He’s been there. So when he encounters a firefighter who’s facing down his own demise, he knows how to talk to the man. If this special preview has you worried, you should be, because the team is not safe from what they’re dealing with this time.”
In the opening sequence, we see a group of campers, presumably some sort of Boy Scout troop, sitting around the campfire telling a ghost story about a character known as “The Crying Man”.
Just outside of the fire circle, their leader Mr. Cross is setting out plastic plates for dinner.
After adding in his two cents to the scary tale, even making a fairly lame attempt to scare the kids, he hears a humming noise off in the distance. Naturally, he tells both the older camper and the younger ones to stay put while he went to investigate.
At this point, the kids are fairly scared. The older boy attempts to distract the boys by helping them make smores; however, before they can even get started, one of the kid sees a cup floating in the air next to the older boy’s head. Suddenly, it zaps with electricity and hits the ground.
The older boy yells for all the kids to run for the truck. Once they are all in the truck, and fairly panicked, some sort of electricity strikes the car, sending the battery flying out of the car and onto the group many feet away from the truck.
After the chaos settles, the older boy decides that they should go look for Mr. Cross.
Thy all grab their lanterns and set off in search of their leader. They come through a clearing, and just as they are about to turn and head back to camp, there’s Mr. Cross; except, he is floating in the air and riddled with electricity.
How does the S.H.I.E.L.D. team have to continually go up against enemies that they can’t even see? It is sure on tough gig defending the world from the things that are just outside (or sometimes WAY outside) of normal.
Here is a look at the intro to this week’s episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. entitled ‘F.Z.Z.T.’