By Kal'smahboi 4 Comments
My theory begins back in episode 14, or T.A.H.I.T.I. After the team, consisting of Coulson, Ward, Fitz and Garrett, enter the Guest House facility, they are met by two armed guards whose duties are to defend the facility with their lives. When the agents do not know the response to a coded sign, the two guards go to arms and a shootout begins. The agents take them out fairly easily (if the viewer ignores the explosives lining the building.) Garrett personally kills one of the guards and takes his ID to learn his name.
He says (paraphrasing here): "Sorry, Bob. No hard feelings."
This is when my ears perked up ever so slightly. We knew that Nick Fury ordered Coulson's medical procedures at this mysterious facility, but we also knew that it was not actually a S.H.I.E.L.D. facility. Aware (based on previews) that the upcoming Captain America: The Winder Soldier was going to involve corruption in the upper echelons of S.H.I.E.L.D., H.Y.D.R.A. had been on my mind. My exciting, but brief, thought was: "Did Garret just kill H.Y.D.R.A. Bob?!"
Why in the world was that line in the script? It served no purpose to the plot or characters at all, except possibly as a small preview to fans.
The return of H.Y.D.R.A. in The Winter Soldier brought this unlikely association back to my mind momentarily, but there was no subsequent mention. It was to remain exactly that, an unpurposeful coincidence...
...until episode 18. Titled Providence, this episode showed Garrett gathering his H.Y.D.R.A. forces, including putting Raina back in charge of his supersoldier program, Centipede. Only this time, she was armed with the mysterious blue drug that revived Skye, and that resurrected Coulson. These vials of liquid were all numbered differently however, and none "worked quite right."
He reveals the body of a man that he had tested a drug on:
Who does that remind me of, especially when I consider people that are associated with H.Y.D.R.A. Bob?
I think they may be gearing up for the revival of Wade Wilson, and the introduction of Deadpool in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It's a long shot. I'm aware.
But what do you think, Viners? Is this theory as crazy as Deadpool, or is there a chance we might find the Regeneratin' Degenerate on prime time television?