The penultimate episode of the first season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. just finished airing on the east coast. In this article, we are covering what happened in the bonus scene that occurred at the very end of the "Ragtag" episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. If you don't want to know what happened, then stop reading now. In Washington D.C., Ian Quinn is meeting with two military leaders. Quinn says, "Bogota was a freebie, a calling card demonstration of what we can do." One of the military leaders replies, "It was a circus." Quinn says, "It was a single man with no support team and no extraction plan. Tell me, how much did you spend to get Bin Laden between the ships and the choppers and the troops? What was it? $30 million? $50 million?" One of the military leaders replies, "Whatever the price, it was worth it." Quinn says, "Maybe, a super soldier could have done it for a fraction of the price." One of the military leaders asks, "Is that why you're here? Are you proposing to sell us this super soldier?" Quinn says, "God, no! I'm proposing to sell you a thousand of them, better, stronger, faster. Gentleman, with the continued exposure of corrupt institutions like S.H.I.E.L.D., with the terrifying rise of HYDRA, the need for reliable security is at an all-time high. Which is why we are expanding our super soldier operations into a brand new, state of the are Cybertek facility. So would you and your friends like a tour?" The two military leaders look at each other, as Quinn gives them a smug look.