Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 7 Episode 5
A Trout in the Milk
The team is in New York City in 1973.
Coulson, May, Daisy, and Sousa go to the S.H.I.E.L.D. safe house to find Enoch. The staff has not seen Enoch for a year.
General Rick Stoner introduces Freddy Malick at the safe house, who was supposed to have died three years prior.
Freddy tells everyone that they are celebrating the development of Project Insight.
Project Insight targets hostiles before they pose a threat and neutralizes them from a satellite.
Project Insight was first seen in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," so Freddy is forty years ahead of schedule.
Rick tells May that Insight is still three years away from its launch.
Daisy finds out that Nathaniel Malick, Freddy's son, who was also supposed to die in 1970, is still alive.
Daisy finds a list of the people they intend to target with Insight -- Bruce Banner, Nick Fury, and Peggy Carter are among them.
Coulson and May are stopped by Freddy and a few Chronicoms. Daisy and Sousa use Nathaniel to leverage their way out.
Enoch pulls up in a car and drives them all out of there.
Mack and Yo-Yo go to the Lighthouse. They find a bunch of men in jumpsuits working on a launchpad for Insight.
Everyone returns to the Zephyr.
The Zephyr jumps to July 4th, 1976, the day of Project Insight's launch.
Simmons tells Enoch that she feels like she is forgetting important information.
The team plans to flood the Lighthouse, where they are planning to launch Project Insight, in order to evacuate the place and shut down the launch.
Nathaniel blasts Daisy and Sousa unconscious while they hack into the Lighthouse's system. He kidnaps them.
Deke and Yo-Yo find Freddy and Deke kills him.
Mack sees his parents being held as prisoners in the Lighthouse. He aborts the mission before Coulson and May can flood the Lighthouse.
Coulson and May are caught.
The Zephyr takes out Project Insight's missile with their own, giving up their position to the Chronicoms.
Nathaniel calls someone regarding Daniel Whitehall and his theory about transferring enhanced abilities surgically.