AVClub: There’s a million variations on the old “You may be done with the past, but the past isn’t done with you” saw. And for good reason: So much of who we are, and what we do, is filtered through our previous experiences, and those collective histories dictate our future actions, for good and ill. Often, this is meant as a way of pointing out things we haven’t noticed about what came before, or events and emotions we’d buried, or forgotten. But sometimes, it’s the exact opposite, and there’s situations or repercussions we just can’t forget. Melinda May reminded Simmons of that just a couple weeks ago, when she told her to embrace her guilt, and use it. Perhaps that’s the distinction between morality and amorality—when we don’t feel right about our past actions, it’s the issue of whether we try to right them or bury them.