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Let Me Stand Next to Your Fire
4x04
Gallery Let Me Stand Next to Your Fire
Season 4
Episode 4
Airdate October 18, 2016
Written by Matt Owens
Directed by Brad Turner
Previous "Uprising"
Next "Lockup"

"Let Me Stand Next to Your Fire" is the fourth episode of the fourth season of the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the seventieth episode overall.

SynopsisEdit

As Ghost Rider's quest for vengeance brings him into an explosive confrontation with S.H.I.E.L.D.Coulson and Mack must rely on an unlikely ally in their time of desperate need; and Daisy reunites with a familiar face to stop the Watchdogs.

Plot Edit

Johnson forces Simmons to help track the Watchdogs' actions. They discover that the group hacked an Inhuman's monitoring device, and race to save the next Inhuman on the list. Coulson visits Morrow in prison, but gets no answers. Reyes arrives to talk to Morrow, and Mack recognizes him as the Ghost Rider. They capture Reyes, and earn his trust. AIDA supervises May's recovery, as a Turing test by Radcliffe. Johnson and Simmons find the Inhuman J.T. James and destroy his monitor. Reyes visits Morrow, and learns that the Momentum explosion was caused by a group of scientists studying the Darkhold, a mysterious book. Only Lucy's husband Joseph, whom Morrow had put in a coma trying to stop the experiments, survived. James betrays Johnson—he hates being an Inhuman, and gave the Watchdogs access to his monitor. Coulson, Mack, and Reyes save Johnson and Simmons, alerted by the monitor's destruction. They then get May to help find the Darkhold, and when Simmons sees AIDA she deduces her true nature.

Cast Edit

Main Cast:

Guest Stars:

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