Why on-screen report shows total of 4 LMDs, but later on one of them is human?
When LMD Fitz and Jemma check the base cam in episode 14 it shows all 4 (Daisy, Mace, Mack and Coulson) as LMDs, but later Daisy is not one.
Another question. how did they bring that many Daisy replicas into the HQ?
While it's true that Simmons says "all of them" when asked about the LMD's, the on-screen report is SLIGHTLY different.
Notice that text on the display:
S[?]Q TRL 922 MEMORY BUFFER - COMPILE ALL REPORT TOTALS:  LIFE MODEL DECOYS DETECTED
The display is reporting the cumulative total of LMDs that went past the sensor - not the number of LMDS on the screen at the moment.
We learn in the following episode that while Daisy is not an LMD, Fitz is - bringing the count of LMDs that went through the sensor to four.
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Does Fitz get out of the framework?The idea was successful and Fitz ultimately woke up in the real world as well, although he was heavily distressed by his behavior inside the Framework. Fitz was quickly followed by Simmons, leaving only Mackenzie and Johnson left in the Framework.
Is Daisy an LMD?Daisy is not an LMD, but there are four remaining LMD infiltrators. Last week, it looked like Fitz and Simmons would have to fight for their lives against the LMDs.
What happens to Daisy in Agents of Shield?Daisy Johnson (Chloe Bennet), still an agent, ended up going on missions in space. During the two-part finale, it seemed as though Daisy died during a battle with Nathaniel Malick (Thomas E. Sullivan), one of the final season's villains.
What did Aida do to Agent May?While unconscious, Aida kept the agent drugged as she programmed the Melinda May LMD with May's memories, so it would believe that it was the genuine Melinda May, and the two androids went to aid in stopping Eli Morrow.
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