[S4E2] Meet The New Boss !NEW!
Suspect it, report it. Coulson and May meet with the new boss! The new director is a little over the top in his goals to keep the agency in order. He is all about the trust and now that S.H.I.E.L.D. is going legit, he really seems to care more about appearances than anything. He thinks that Daisy is bad for business. Coulson is put on tour guide duty and Simmons is pulled into it as well.
[S4E2] Meet the New Boss
At the Playground, FitzSimmons examine the box they recovered from the Chinese gang. They can't seem to figure it out until Mack shows them a picture from the last night showing the ghostly woman behind Chen, proving what the gang members saw is more than just a hallucination. Meanwhile, Coulson and May meet with S.H.I.E.L.D.'s new director. They expect him to reprimand them for keeping a mission to capture Daisy a secret from him, but to their surprise he says he's impressed with their work. The Director, does, however, remind them that a former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent robbing banks would be bad press in light of the announcement that they are a legitimate agency again. The Director then excuses May so he can talk with Coulson in private. As she leaves, May sees the Director's face contort into the demonic shape. With May gone, the Director asks for Coulson's help in getting S.H.I.E.L.D. the near-unlimited funding it had when he was in charge.
"We started to get very zany in season three, which I love. I think season four keeps that up without ever crossing into it being too much. What I like about it is this whole corporate takeover of the firm... the drama that you can have between the characters, you almost go through everything that can happen and then you need the whole world to be upended," Steele said. "That's what we've done this season on The Good Fight. They blew up the world they built. Now, it's this other thing where the whole firm is an underdog and the dynamics that used to exist between the people in the firm are now existing on this other plane because our bosses now have bosses."
At the hospital, Himuro is first to arrive and Haida tells him Shachou's room. Washimi arrives and informs Haida that she managed to reach out to Shachou's wife and she is coming. After the weekend, at work, Washimi tells Retsuko about Shachou's situation and how lucky he was that Haida was there to call an ambulance. Retsusko is surprised as Haida said he had a friend coming, but Washimi states that Haida said he was free. As they see Haida and Washimi thanks him for the help, Haida starts nervously explaining to Retsuko that his friend cancelled in the last moment and that's why he was free to stay at the hospital. Retsuko tells him that he can prioritize Shachou, even if his friend didn't cancel and realizes that Haida lied about his meeting with a friend.
The managing directors are not happy with Himuro being the next president as they have been "yes-man" for Shachou for so long. At a meeting they share their disagreement and vote against Himuro. However in that moment Washimi joins them and puts Shachou on the TV screen, and the managing directors quickly change their vote to yes for Himuro.
Retsuko tells Kabae that its not Washimi's kick that hospitalized Shachou and she needs to stop spreading rumors. Kabae then brings out the meeting minutes from the conference meeting few days ago and points out that an ax kick is recorded. Fenneko invites Haido to join Retsuko and her to lunch, however Haida states he is busy and leaves.
Ryan Howard returns to the Scranton branch of Dunder Mifflin for the first time since his promotion, sporting a much more urbane look and attitude (which does not prevent him from receiving a noogie from Kevin). He convenes a meeting to inform the staff about "Dunder Mifflin Infinity," his initiative to revitalize the company with new technology. Michael is initially excited about the prospect of getting a BlackBerry, but is warned by Creed that the purpose of the program is really to get rid of older workers.
Creed dyes his hair jet-black (using ink cartridges) in an attempt to convince everyone that he's much younger. After a conversation with Jan, Michael decides to formally challenge Dunder Mifflin Infinity by claiming that Ryan is being ageist. Michael brings the octogenarian co-founder of Dunder Mifflin into a meeting to make his point about old things still being useful, but shoves Dunder out after tiring of his rambling stories. Angela asks Dwight out to dinner, where she breaks up with him, saying that she can't look into Dwight's eyes without seeing Sprinkles' corpse.
Ryan learned during the previous night's dinner that Kelly's pregnancy claim was a lie. Back at the office, Ryan asks Pam to create a logo for Dunder Mifflin Infinity. Pam is excited about the opportunity to use her art background, but Ryan uses the logo as an excuse to ask her out, which he does in front of Jim. Pam responds that she's dating Jim, which leaves the new boss thoroughly embarrassed.
Bailey is a firefighter in the Los Angeles Fire Department; she also serves as a reserve in the Army National Guard and teaches capoeira (a dance fighting discipline). She first meets John Nolan when she gets locked out of the house where she's dog-sitting for his neighbors, Ronnie and Dylan, and he lends her the spare key they gave him.
New movies are also expected to make a splash, like the Longest Third Date, a film about a couple stuck on a date after meeting online during the COVID-19 pandemic. Lewis Capaldi's documentary is also set to drop in April. 041b061a72