S.H.I.E.L.D. intercepts a call to the New York police that mentions Daisy and Hydra by name. However, despite racing to the scene, they are unable to save a homeless Inhuman, Charles (Bjørn Johnson), from being snatched by Hydra.
Daisy tries to grab him, and promptly discovers Charles' power: granting people prophetic visions of the future.
Fitz argues that the future is set in stone, while the rest of the team try to come up with ways to circumvent the blood-splattered vision Daisy was given.
Elsewhere, Hive and Gideon Malick stage a hostile takeover of a technology company, and May gets to say a final farewell to Andrew.
Spacetime is a nice, compact, almost self-contained, episode that presents our heroes with a problem and then lets them run through their different schemes for overcoming it.
It's clear that Hive is making a move to usurp Malick from his position as the remaining head of Hydra, and this episode gives us our most graphic insight into the nature of Hive's power, but we still don't know the full range of his abilities or his ultimate goal.