Things may be getting pretty grim on the fictional world of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but life behind the scenes is a different story.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is taking a brief hiatus this week for Marvel’s 75th anniversary celebration, but the gripping spy series is still on our minds. To compromise between noir-ish alien-serum drama and the candy colors of Marvel’s history, we present…
20 times the ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ cast had more fun at work than you
That time the Howling Commandos stopped for a snapshot.
The time Brett Dalton and BJ Britt discovered a mutual obsession with cats.
And a fabulous fashion sense, we must say.
That time Elizabeth Henstridge cracked up while being invisible.
She’s laughing, we’re still crying.
The time Nick Blood met The Real America.
(It was a corndog. Welcome home, Nick.)
The time someone couldn’t keep a straight face.
The time Chloe Bennett, Clark Gregg, and BJ decided the script needed a dance number.
We do this all the time at work.
The time the script DID have a dance number, and Ming-Na and Clark had to practice EVERYWHERE.
(They’re on a boat!)
…and the time they were like, ‘What is ballroom dancing?’
Extended cut, please.
The time Clark had a face off with a tiny car statue.
The time Chloe was super ladylike.
Still a princess.
The time Iain de Caestecker caused this amazing innuendo.
The time Clark had a midlife crisis.
The time Simon Kassianides was like,'”My life is so awesome right now.’
The time Brett and Chloe got a little too close.
The time the cast and crew literally played softball as S.H.I.E.L.D. verses Hydra.
S.H.I.E.L.D. won. Phew!
The time BJ and Chloe had more energy early in the morning than we do, ever.
Forget the musical episode, we need a dance episode.
The time Chloe was really professional around her boss Maurissa.
Not that we blame her.
The time Iain got into Halloween…
… and then Clark got into Halloween…
Best cut-off ever?
And the time they were so cute, it hurts.
Yes, BJ’s dog is a crocodile. Goodbye.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 2, episode 7, “The Writing on the Wall,” airs next Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 9:00 p.m. on ABC.
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