Agent Carter (2015–2016)
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Bridge and Tunnel 

Howard Stark's deadliest weapon has fallen into enemy hands, and only Agent Carter can recover it. But can she do so before her undercover mission is discovered by SSR Chief Dooley and Agent Thompson?


Joe Russo (as Joseph V. Russo)


Stan Lee (based on the Marvel comics by), Jack Kirby (based on the Marvel comics by) | 4 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Hayley Atwell ... Peggy Carter
James D'Arcy ... Edwin Jarvis
Chad Michael Murray ... Jack Thompson
Enver Gjokaj ... Daniel Sousa
Shea Whigham ... Roger Dooley
Lyndsy Fonseca ... Angie Martinelli
Kyle Bornheimer ... Ray Krzeminski
James Frain ... Leet Brannis
James Landry Hébert ... Sasha Demidov
Ray Wise ... Hugh Jones
Meagen Fay ... Miriam Fry
James Urbaniak ... Miles Van Ert
Devin Ratray ... Sheldon McFee
Don Luce ... Mob Boss
Erin Torpey ... Betty Carver (Radio Actor)


Howard Stark's deadliest weapon has fallen into enemy hands, and only Agent Carter can recover it. But can she do so before her undercover mission is discovered by SSR Chief Dooley and Agent Thompson?

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Release Date:

6 January 2015 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Prop master Sean Mannion reveals in the book 'Agent Carter Season One Declassified' that the blinding device that Peggy uses is never seen clearly because the prop was accidentally dropped and fell two stories down during rehearsal, breaking into thirty pieces. See more »


When the milk truck with the explosives is going over the cliff there is a man stuck to the top of it after Peggy pinned his hand to the roof with a knife, after the truck enters the water there is no one there. See more »


Radio Announcer: We now return to the Captain America adventure programme, as our hero's defenseless sweetheart finds herself in the clutches of evil.
Nazi (Radio Actor): American women are so weak! You are coming with us!
Betty Carver: If only Captain America were here to rescue me!
[Peggy Carter, who has been approaching Sheldon McFee from behind, steps on a floorboard, which creaks. Sheldon McFee turns around slowly]
Captain America: Miss Carver isn't going anywhere with you, Nazi scum.
Nazi (Radio Actor): Seize him!
Captain America: Unhand her!
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8 January 2015 | by ThomasDrufkeSee all my reviews

In typical Marvel form they leave us off with a cliffhanger at the end of episode 1 to get us more excited for the next episode. Luckily this time around they aired both of them back to back to create a full 2 hour movie like story. While this episode touched on some of the same notes as the first, there was a much darker feel to this one. And we also got a bigger sense as to who this Leviathan character really is.

Jarvis, who is in human form at this point in the universe, turns out to be a much bigger part of the show than we previously thought. He is pretty much the Diggle of this show but also has something else going on behind our backs. Perhaps it was too early to get attached to his character but I wonder what his and Starks intentions really are. I don't think Peggy is one to be bullied around so it's likely either she already knows or is bound to find out sooner or later that she seems to be a pawn.

Her and Jarvis' journey to find more about what was being stolen from Stark became more explosive this time. Joe Russo, director of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, helmed this second episode. Which is probably why the action looks so good. But it was also well written with a lot of familiar spy elements. It's funny how little respect Carter has around the office but how every time she is a few steps ahead of the rest of the crew. It may not be possible but wouldn't we all love to see her and Black Widow have some sort of team up? So through two episodes Agent Carter has my attention. It's 40's style dialogue and strong lead characters give this a unique feel to the superhero genre.

+Jarvis and Carter combo

+Russo's direction

+Leaves us with questions for the future

-Rehashed villain material


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