Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Agent Carter S1 Ep6 - My Thoughts

Tonight I watched the latest episode of Marvel's Agent Carter. S1 Ep6 "A Sin to Err" Carter and Jarvis investigate the women that Stark has been involved with over the last six months, believing that a female Leviathan operative may have been used against Stark and to kill Krzeminski, but their search is unsuccessful. Sousa reveals to Dooley that Carter is an apparent traitor, and all agents are tasked with tracking her down. They eventually corner her and Jarvis, but Carter fights them off. During the commotion, Dr. Ivchenko, who is actually working for Leviathan, hypnotizes Agent Yauch, who reveals that only Dooley can access Stark's weapons. Yauch shows Ivchenko how to get out of the S.S.R., before Ivchenko forces him to commit suicide. Carter retrieves Rogers' blood from her apartment. As she tries to escape the building, she is knocked out by Underwood, but not before realizing that Underwood is the Leviathan operative. Underwood is about to kill Carter when Thompson and Sousa arrive. She feigns ignorance, and the agents arrest Carter.

This series continues to impress and tonight's episode was no different. We knew this was coming, we knew they would find out about Peggy helping Stark but it doesn't mean I have to like it. I was disappointed in Sousa. I was hoping he would approach Peggy privately and ask her what is going on. She then could have explained everything and brought him into their little circle. But I understand that this is not where the story is going. Though Sousa did turn Peggy in he at least did the right thing by letting her go when he had her at gun point. I loved that she decked Thompson (so deserved).

I was so happy to see Jarvis team back up with Peggy as I have mentioned I really love their chemistry. Jarvis' face of joy while he was helping fight off the Agents with Peggy was priceless. Angie got to shine in this episode. She didn't question Peggy on why people were after her she just wanted to help her friend... I love that about her character.

And of course though Peggy was capture by the SSR at the end it was a good thing as Dottie was about to kill her. So they in essence saved her life.

This was a very tense and hard to watch episode because we know Peggy is in the right but all her misogynistic co-workers are clueless and you just want them to listen to her. Next weeks episode looks interesting. I wonder how hard Sousa is going to integrate her. We know Thompson likes to use his fists.

Only two episode left. I'll be sad when this series is gone but when it goes Agents of SHIELD will be back to fill the hole.

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