I've mentioned that Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has problems, and that it's not too late to take steps to fix those problems. Fixing those problems boils down to developing the characters and plot more beyond the standard "Monster of the Week" formula that many of the episodes so far have focused on. Conflicts with trying to match the scope of the movie franchise are inevitable as there's no way the show can match the budget of the movies, but that's not the biggest problem the show has. In fact, the more I thought about it, the more I started to remember a certain show that also belonged to a huge franchise that was able to do big things on just a syndicated budget. I think there are a few lessons the AoS crew (Whedon exempt, of course) can learn from watching a few seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation...and to be fair, maybe a few lessons for viewers as well.
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So not counting All Girls Garage, Garage Squad or Sue from Fast 'n Loud
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