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"I can give you something else. Something that'll make all the pain go away."
"You have no idea what that even–"
"Lincoln Campbell? Think of it. You can live a peaceful life, have kids, grow old together. With no memory of what has happened here or there. No regrets. Just each other."
Madame Hydra and Daisy Johnson

No Regrets is the eighteenth episode of the fourth season of the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and the third episode of the Agents of HYDRA pod.


The truth behind Fitz's turn could bring down all of S.H.I.E.L.D.


In the Framework, Leo Fitz's one regret was never making amends with his father Alistair Fitz, and with that removed, his father molded him into a callous man who should not indulge in doubt or worry, as they are feminine nonsense and have no place in his head. As the Doctor conducts an investigation into the spy in HYDRA, he finds himself questioning his choice to kill Agnes Kitsworth back in Ogygia.

After the Doctor "interrogates" Daisy Johnson, Madame Hydra asks him to leave. All alone, Madame Hydra tells Johnson that if she simply divulges where the others are, she can make Lincoln Campbell return and the two of them can live a life together in peace, which Johnson refuses knowing it would never be the real Lincoln Campbell. Through the vents in their holding cells, Johnson learns from Holden Radcliffe that the Doctor killed Kitsworth. Johnson, in shock, can't believe such a thing about her friend until Radcliffe explains that one sentence in Fitz's altered timeline in the Framework changed the developmental course of his character. As a way of revenge for killing Kitsworth, Radcliffe tells Johnson of a backdoor he installed to escape the Framework that Madame Hydra is unable to disable, though she likely has it guarded.

Jemma Simmons informs Patriot that he is in fact in a simulated reality generated by Aida to rewrite his sense of reality. Grant Ward, uncertain if Simmons is mentally ill, keeps a watch on her and apologizes for whatever his counterpart may have done. Alphonso Mackenzie, having joined the S.H.I.E.L.D. resistance gets intel on a repurposed radio which Patriot and Phil Coulson use to infiltrate a HYDRA "Enlightenment Camp" to free Antoine Triplett.


They are tracked there by Melinda May, who uses a super serum to fight Patriot, but it wears off. Coulson attempts to save Chris Adler, who he sees being held in a nearby brainwashing center, and Patriot follows him into the building to help. May authorizes a Quinjet to shoot down the building, and May enters the rubble to ensure that Patriot is dead. She finds him stopping debris from crushing the student, with Coulson and Triplett helping other children escape the building. May is horrified to find children being victimized by HYDRA, while they are undergoing the Faustus method.

With the others evacuated to safety, Patriot dies while attempting to hold up the crumbling debris, killing him in the real world as well. May realizes too late that in serving HYDRA to make up for the tragedy at Cambridge, she became a blind tool of an oppressive force and allowed a true hero to die. Turning on HYDRA, May sneaks a Terrigen crystal to Johnson, so she can gain her Inhuman abilities within the Framework.


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  • During the commercials before the credits of the episode, advertising of L'Oreal Hydra Genius Liquid Care, a blue liquid soap, was aired.


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