Cam’s Top 7 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Episodes ~ BAB Appreciation Days feat. Cam

Happy Sunday everyone! It’s the second Sunday, so that means it’s once again time for BABAD! In the month of January, we’re featuring our two new additions. So, today will be all about Cam. However, we don’t have anyone for February yet, so please vote on the BABAD page.

Take it away Cam!


Hello. Like Diamond said, I am Cam. My full name is Cameron, but no one really calls me that. Anyway, I’m fascinated by the military and I think I’d like to join the Army someday. But any branch of the military would be a pleasure to work in. Serving my country is the least I can do to be able to live in a free country.

Anyway, I’m not actually going to be talking about the military in today’s post. You can probably tell from the title that I’m going to be talking about my favorite TV show EVER, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Well, the title is a tiny bit misleading. These aren’t my top 7 episodes ever, just one favorite from each season. So, maybe I would actually have 4 episodes from season four in my actual top 7. But, for the sake of this post, I will be picking one episode from each season.

(This will be spoiler-free!)

Season 1 – 13. T.R.A.C.K.S.

Oh boy! This is where the series really started to get good. It was just a really well put together episode. Also, Stan Lee was in it and when everyone was undercover it was really funny.

Season 2 – 11. Aftershocks

It was fun to learn that there’s a series called Aftershock here at BABF. Anyway, this was a really cool episode because we learned some about the Inhumans and I feel like this is where the show gets REALLY good!

Season 3 – 13. Parting Shot

This one is a little sad, but I thought it was well done. I won’t spoil it, but I just think that it really showed the best of the characters and it’s the best episode of season 3 in my opinion.

Here I am posing with my favorite show…

Season 4 – 16. What If…

Uh, how exactly do I gush about this without spoiling? Let’s just say that overall season 4 was the best season and that this concept was really well done and I love the framework.

Season 5 – 12. The Real Deal

This was the show’s 100th episode, and I feel like it was a celebration of the show thus far. I liked Coulson in this episode a lot.

Season 6 – 3. Fear and Loathing on the Planet Kitson

Mainly, this episode was just funny. It also had some pretty great Enoch scenes. I didn’t like season 6 all that much though.

Season 7 – 7. The Totally Excellent Adventures of Mack and the D

Season 7 as a whole wasn’t my favorite, but I did like the individual episodes. There were a few I wanted to pick, but ultimately, I went with the 80s episode. Mainly because it was just simply funny. Also, Deke was wonderful in this episode.

Whew, that was…hard. I’m obssessed with this show, so it’s hard to pick favorites!

If you’ve seen AoS, tell me about your favorite episodes! If not, just tell me about your favorite TV show. I’d love to hear from you all.

24 thoughts on “Cam’s Top 7 Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Episodes ~ BAB Appreciation Days feat. Cam

    1. I get that. It has some violence, but when you’re older, it’s definitely an interesting show to watch if you like superheroes/spies.
      Thank you! He’s a pretty awesome dude.


        1. Haha, have you seen the Marvel movies? They’re really great. They are PG-13 though, if you can only watch PG movies maybe try Spider-Man Into the Spiderverse? It’s really good.
          Aww, thank you! So are you!💜


          1. Yeah Spider-Man is awesome! I love the Guardians of the Galaxy so much personally. But I can see how they’d be inappropriate for younger viewers.


  1. Oof, I neeeed to watch this so badly! I know the titles of this episodes, but I’m not really familiar with what they’re about.
    Hmm…my favourite TV show? I really have no idea, because I haven’t seen many. Maybe Sherlock?
    Anyways, fun post, Cam. I enjoyed it.

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    1. Hehe, it is really good!
      They’re really good. I once heard AoS described as the show that tears your heart apart and then puts it back together. It’s fitting.
      Ooh, that one sounds good!
      Thank you!

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        1. Yeah. It does have a bit of violence and a few romantic scenes. But definitely far fewer than most TV-14 shows. I’d recommend it for maybe anyone who’s 14-15? But it really depends on maturity. It’s a lot like the Marvel movies, so if you aren’t allowed to watch those, I doubt you’d be allowed to watch this one either.

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          1. He, he, we have watched a few of the Marvel movies but since I have younger siblings (who aren’t always up for sitting in front of a different TV screen than the big kids) it was a bit too intense for them. (And I don’t think my parents liked them that much) 😪

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