With Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. back on tonight, featuring an all new episode with the return of Lady Sif (played by Jaimie Alexander), we have a new cast interview to give us a better idea as to what we can expect from the reveal of Skye’s powers.

Heads up: There are some spoilers below for those not caught up with season two.

During a recent set visit, Zap2It was able to sit down with most of the cast members to get them to talk about Skye being Inhuman and how that revelation will affect the rest of the team:

If you’ll recall, in last week’s episode, Simmons had a rather extreme reaction to Raina and others like her, and wasn’t yet aware of what Skye had become.

When discussing how her character, Jemma Simmons, would handle the news, Elizabeth Henstridge had this to say:

“I don’t think [Simmons] understands the hugeness of it right now, the fact that she is evolving at a very rapid rate. Once she sees it as that, that does change her mind a little bit. Right now, she’s thinking this is a virus and we need to contain it. It’s a huge thing for anyone to take in. The mindset she is in [the midseason premiere] is that she might be irrational and saying, ‘If this is some kind of crazy evolution, we need to stop it and we need to terminate.’ But I think if she took a second to think about it, she wouldn’t do that.”

Nick Blood, who plays Lance Hunter on the show, mentioned that the group will be “fractured”. He also went on to say that, “I think particularly for Hunter it’s something he’s not accustomed to. It is a big question for him.” Given that he’s still a relatively new addition to on the show, and he isn’t as close to the rest of the team yet, it’ll definitely be interesting to see how he responds during tonight’s episode.

And finally, Executive Producer, and co-creator of the show, Jed Whedon had this to say:

“The realities of the world they’re living in now are starting to become much more complicated. We saw at the beginning of the season that Coulson was already dealing with grays he hadn’t had to deal with before. He was always a don’t-leave-a-man-behind kind of guy. He’s already having to deal with something else, and now we’re opening up another aspect to that, a whole other set of grays. What is this power? What is too much power? What is it like for your friend to have it? And have we opened Pandora’s Box by pursuing all of this? Truthfully, there wouldn’t be aliens to invade in ‘Avengers’ if they hadn’t been experimenting with the cube. There’s a lot of questions of what’s the cause and what’s the effect. … I’d also say it’s safe to say that this question will constantly be a part of the universe, and it’s never going to be answered.”

You can read the rest of the answers from the cast by heading to the source below.

Arthur Kade was also able to talk to Clark Gregg during the Atlantic Theater Company’s 30th Anniversary Gala. He talks briefly about Inhumans beig on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Coulson, and he once again states that he’s not in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Clark Gregg was also on The Talk yesterday to talk Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..

Updated to add: Shortly after I originally posted this, Comic Book Resources posted a brand new interview with Chloe Bennet and newcomer Luke Mitchell.

They discuss when Chloe found out about Skye being Inhuman, if she’s gone back to read the comics, the relationship between their characters, how confident Lincoln (played by Mitchell) is in his Inhumans powers, and more. I’ve posted a few snippets of the interview below:

Have you gone back to read the comics featuring Quake, and what stuck out from them for you to build on?

Bennet: Yes, and I don’t think I should tell you because I think they’re the comics they’re going to pull from. But yes I did do my research and went and obsessed over Daisy Johnson for a while after.

Are you itching to get into a full-on superhero costume?

Bennet: Yeah! I am! I really want that really bad, like a jumpsuit. I mean, it’s annoying to have to pee in, but it’s really fun to just have.

Luke, how familiar were you with Inhumans beforehand?

Luke Mitchell: I really wasn’t very familiar with it at all to be perfectly honest. I quickly went to the comic book store and got a couple of origin stories. I very quickly discovered the history and it was all very cool. I was pretty ecstatic to join a cast like “S.H.I.E.L.D.’s.” I think it’s a great show. Any time that you’re dealing in superpowers and that sort of thing is always going to fun.

What can you say about your character at this point?

Mitchell: [Smiles] I’m more than happy to sit here and listen to Chloe talk.

Be sure to tune into Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. tonight on ABC to see how the team reacts to Skye being an Inhuman!

Sources: Zap2It, Arthur Kade, and Comic Book Resources.