But the biggest surprise of all might be that Grant Ward is not -- and he and Daisy are dating and working for HYDRA.We caught up with stars Brett Dalton (Ward), Chloe Bennet (Daisy) and Clark Gregg (Coulson) to find out Daisy's reaction to her new beau and what might be in store for the Agents in this new world order."Joey is the first person that she really feels like could be part of the team; they have to go through a certain level of assessment before that happens," she mentioned about Gutierrez."As for him being gay, I was really, really happy to see that, and I am mostly happy to see how nonchalant it was and how subtle it was and how no one made a big deal about it.
In a shocking series twist, last week’s episode ended with Daisy (Chloe Bennet) and Simmons (Elizabeth Henstridge) as the only remaining humans among their S.
"It can't be because of the terrain and what you see," executive producer Jed Whedon tells Entertainment Weekly.
Melinda May (Ming-Na Wen) essentially invited Ward (Brett Dalton) to her hotel room at the end of last week's episode after their shared bond of having touched the Asgardian Berserker staff. She went in and took out the enemy force, but never told anyone how.
But May's new relationship with Ward isn't the only thing viewers learned about the tough-as-nails agent this week. How May took out an entire enemy force still remains to be seen — but we already knew that would happen.
Skye (Chloe Bennet) finally discovered how May got the nickname The Cavalry. The good news is that the old May is still in there somewhere since she pulled a prank on Fitz (Iain De Caestecker) in the episode's end tag.