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Agent Peggy Carter (Character)
from Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)

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Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)
Peggy Carter: How do you feel?
Steve Rogers: Taller.

Steve Rogers: [showing his shield to Peggy] What do you think?
[Peggy unloads her gun into the shield]
Peggy Carter: [sweetly] Yes. I think it works.

Peggy Carter: Wait!
[she kisses Steve]
Peggy Carter: Go get him.
[surprised by the kiss, Steve looks at Colonel Phillips]
Col. Chester Phillips: I'm not kissing you.

Peggy Carter: You can't give me orders!
Steve Rogers: The hell I can't! I'm a Captain!

[Steve starts yelling]
Peggy Carter: Shut it down!
Abraham Erskine: Kill the reactor, Mr. Stark! Turn it off! Kill it! Kill the reactor!
Steve Rogers: [from within the chamber] No! Don't! I can do this!

Peggy Carter: You're late.
[hold up broken transmitter]
Steve Rogers: I couldn't call my ride.

Steve Rogers: Dr. Erskine said that the serum wouldn't just effect my muscles, it would effect my cells. Create a protective system of regeneration and healing. Which means, um, I can't get drunk. Did you know that?
Peggy Carter: Your metabolism burns four times faster than the average person. He thought it could be one of the side effects.

Col. Chester Phillips: [looking over the men] You're not REALLY thinking about picking Rogers, are you?
Abraham Erskine: I wasn't just THINKING about it. He is a clear choice.
Col. Chester Phillips: When you brought a ninety-pound asthmatic onto my army base, I let it slide. I thought "What the hell, maybe he'd be useful to you like a gerbil." Never thought you'd pick him.
Peggy Carter: [to soldiers doing push-ups] UP!
Col. Chester Phillips: You put a needle in that kid's arm it's gonna go right through him.
Peggy Carter: [to the soldiers doing jumping jacks] Come on, girls!
Col. Chester Phillips: [looking at Steve's best effort but belabored execution] Look at that. He's makin' me cry.
Abraham Erskine: I am looking for qualities beyond the physical.
Col. Chester Phillips: Do you know how long it took to set up this project? Of all the groveling I had to do in front of Senator What's-his-name's committee?
Abraham Erskine: Yes, I'm well aware of your efforts.
Col. Chester Phillips: Then throw me a bone. Hodge passed every test we gave him. He's big, he's fast, he obeys orders - he's a soldier.
Abraham Erskine: He's a bully.
Col. Chester Phillips: You don't win wars with niceness, doctor. You win wars with guts.
[the Colonel pulls the pin of a grenade and throws it among the recruits]
Col. Chester Phillips: GRENADE!

Steve Rogers: There's not gonna be a safe landing, but I can try and force it down.
Peggy Carter: I'll-I'll get Howard on the line. He'll know what to do.
Steve Rogers: There's not enough time. This thing's moving too fast and it's heading for New York. I gotta put her in the water.
Peggy Carter: Please don't do this. W-we have time. We can work it out.
Steve Rogers: Right now I'm in the middle of nowhere. If I wait any longer a lot of people are gonna die. Peggy, this is my choice.
Steve Rogers: [turns the plane toward earth] Peggy...
Peggy Carter: I'm here.
Steve Rogers: I'm gonna need a rain check on that dance.
Peggy Carter: All right. A week next Saturday at The Stork Club.
Steve Rogers: You've got it.
Peggy Carter: Eight o'clock on the dot. Don't you dare be late. Understood?
Steve Rogers: You know, I still don't know how to dance.
Peggy Carter: I'll show you how. Just be there.
Steve Rogers: We'll have the band play something slow.
[the ship Cap is piloting is about to crash onto an icy land in the Arctic]
Steve Rogers: I'd hate to step on your...
[the radio goes to static]
Peggy Carter: Steve? Steve?
[Colonel Phillips is nearby as a tear drops down Peggy's face]
Peggy Carter: Steve?
[Colonel Phillips walks off. Peggy is alone, silently sobbing]

Peggy Carter: Tell me, did you truly like your friend? Did you respect him?
Steve Rogers: [surprised] Yes!
Peggy Carter: Well then, stop blaming yourself! Give your friend the respect of making his own decisions!

Peggy Carter: [to soldiers in training] Faster, ladies! Come on! My GRANDMOTHER has more life in her, God rest her soul. MOVE IT!

Peggy Carter: You have no idea how to talk to a woman, do you?
Steve Rogers: I think this is the longest conversation I've had with one. Women aren't exactly lining up to dance with a guy they might step on.

Steve Rogers: [after one of Steve's "Captain America" shows] What are you doing here?
Peggy Carter: Officially I'm not here at all. That was quite a performance.
Steve Rogers: Yeah, uh... I had to improvise a little bit. The crowds I'm used to are usually more, uh...
[Struggles to find a word]
Peggy Carter: I understand you're America's new hope.
Steve Rogers: Bond sales take a ten percent bump in every state I visit.
Peggy Carter: Is that Senator Brandt I hear?
Steve Rogers: At least he's got me doing this. Phillips would have had be stuck in lab.
Peggy Carter: And these are your only two options? A lab rat or a dancing monkey? You were meant for more than this, you know?
[Steve looks like he's about to say something, then closes his mouth]
Peggy Carter: What?
Steve Rogers: You know for the longest time I dreamed about coming overseas and be on the front lines. Serving my country. I finally get everything I wanted, and I'm wearing tights.

Peggy Carter: Gentlemen, I'm Agent Carter. I supervise all operations of this division.
Gilmore Hodge: What's with the accent, Queen Victoria? Thought I was signing up for the U.S. Army.
Peggy Carter: What's your name, soldier?
Gilmore Hodge: Gilmore Hodge, your Majesty.
Peggy Carter: Step forward, Hodge.
[Hodge steps forward]
Peggy Carter: Put your right foot forward.
Gilmore Hodge: Are we dancing? Cause I got a few moves I know you'll like.
[Peggy punches him in the face]

Peggy Carter: What do you plan to do? Walk to Austria?
Steve Rogers: If that's what it takes.
Peggy Carter: You heard the Colonel, you're friend is most likely dead.
Steve Rogers: You don't know that.
Peggy Carter: Even so, he's devising a strategy to take...
Steve Rogers: By the time he's done that, it could be too late! You told me you thought I was meant for more than this. Did you mean that?
Peggy Carter: Every word.
Steve Rogers: Then you gotta let me go.
Peggy Carter: I can do more than that...

Steve Rogers: [after Howard and Peggy steal a plane to get Steve across the front lines] You know you two are going to be in a lot of trouble when you land.
Peggy Carter: And you won't?
Steve Rogers: Where I'm goin', if anybody yells at me I can just shoot 'em.

Col. Chester Phillips: Agent Carter co-ordinate with MI6. I want every allied eyeball looking for that main Hydra base.
Peggy Carter: What about us?
Col. Chester Phillips: We are gonna set a fire under Johann Schmidt's ass. What do you say, Rogers? It's your map, you think you can wipe Hydra off of it?
Steve Rogers: Yes, sir. I'll need a team.
Col. Chester Phillips: We're already putting together the best men.
Steve Rogers: With all due respect, sir, so am I.

"Agent Carter: The Iron Ceiling (#1.5)" (2015)
Peggy Carter: If you want to get to know New York - if you want to get know any place, you have to start with the people first.
Dottie Underwood: I talk to people.
Peggy Carter: Real people with real jobs. Not the, uh, phony, superficial ones that pervade the city. Uh, you should start with Brooklyn first.
Dottie Underwood: But I-I'd rather see the Statue of Liberty.
Peggy Carter: Oh, she'll still be there. But what she represents, the spirit of Lady Liberty, is found in its people.
Dottie Underwood: Wow. You sounded like Captain America just now.
Peggy Carter: That's not a bad thing.

Dum-Dum Dugan: What would Cap say if I left his best girl behind?
Peggy Carter: He'd say "Do as Peggy says".

Peggy Carter: Howard didn't want my help to prove his innocence. He wanted a new toy to manipulate.
Edwin Jarvis: Miss Carter, you must know that Mr. Stark has the greatest admiration...
Peggy Carter: Only for himself.
Edwin Jarvis: He can be thoughtless. Inconsiderate. Vain. Childish. Unreliable. Arrogant.
Peggy Carter: You flatter him.
Edwin Jarvis: ...But he is a good man

Peggy Carter: Does anyone else feel a chill going up their knickers?
Junior Juniper: I would if I wore knickers.

Dum-Dum Dugan: [after breaking through a wall to help Carter and the rest] Wahoo!
Peggy Carter: Stop wahooing and help!
Pinky Pinkerton: Look at this mess. We were gone five minutes!

Dr. Ivchenko: [after Carter jumps into the back of their escaping truck and falls to the floor] Not bad. For a girl.
Peggy Carter: [Smiling] I hate you all.

Dum-Dum Dugan: You sure you wanna get on that plane? Commandos could always use another good fighter. We just need to come up with a nickname for you.
Peggy Carter: Tempting, but I think it's time I put my days on the front lines behind me. Someone needs to mind the wheel back in the States. And I suppose someone needs to convince the SSR of Howard's innocence, wanker or not. I'll miss you.
Dum-Dum Dugan: [They hug] Miss you, too, Peg.
[He suddenly steps back as a thought occurs]
Dum-Dum Dugan: Wait a second. Miss you.
[Turns to his team]
Dum-Dum Dugan: Miss Union Jack! Whaddya think, fellas?
[Turns back to Carter with a big smile]
Dum-Dum Dugan: Huh?
Peggy Carter: Never speak again.
Dum-Dum Dugan: [His smile drops away] Okay.

Peggy Carter: You all right?
Jack Thompson: Yeah. You saved a lot of necks back there. You saved mine.
Peggy Carter: Not bad for a code breaker.
Jack Thompson: Pretty bad for the Navy Cross winner.
Peggy Carter: Everybody freezes sometimes. You recovered. That's the most important thing.
Jack Thompson: They were carrying a white flag. The soldiers that came into my camp in Okinawa. The ones I killed. They were coming to surrender. I just didn't realize it until it was too late. I buried the flag before anyone else saw it. Everybody thinks that I'm this guy that I never was. And every day, it gets harder and harder to live with.
Jack Thompson: I've been trying to tell that story since I came home from war.
Peggy Carter: You just did.
[Thompson looks at her, seemingly vulnerable and grateful at the same time, realizing she is right]

Dottie Underwood: What does "ennui" mean?
Peggy Carter: Uh, it's like melancholy, um, sadness born out of tedium or boredom.
Dottie Underwood: Huh.
Peggy Carter: Why do you ask?
Dottie Underwood: When I knocked on Angie's door this morning, she said she was "too consumed by ennui" to come to work today.
Peggy Carter: Oh, and to think, her acting teacher said she wasn't dramatic enough.

Edwin Jarvis: These men you call your colleagues They don't respect you. They don't even see you. Do you honestly expect they'll change their minds?
Peggy Carter: I expect I will make them.

Peggy Carter: This is the only changing room in the SSR. I need to change.
Jack Thompson: Try the ladies' room.
Peggy Carter: The ladies' room is downstairs in the lobby of the ad agency. I'd match rather suffer the musk of a men's locker room than have to change into tactical gear in a public restroom.
[She enters the change room]
Jack Thompson: Pull up your skirts, boys.
Agent Mike Li: Whoa! Geez, Carter, give a guy some warning!
Peggy Carter: Oh, such fuss. Do none of you have sisters?
Agent Rick Ramirez: They don't look like you.

Dum-Dum Dugan: All right, so, tell me, what's the story with Stark and these Leviathan jerks?
Peggy Carter: The SSR is convinced that Howard is trying to sell technology to enemies of the United States. They think Leviathan is a potential buyer.
Dum-Dum Dugan: And you disagree?
Peggy Carter: Howard isn't selling weapons to adversaries of the United States Not to Leviathan, not to anybody. He may be an utter wanker, but he is one of us.
Dum-Dum Dugan: So you think the whole deal is a trap. It's always a damn trap.
Peggy Carter: That's why we bring the guns.

Peggy Carter: You see any abominable snowmen like the one in Tibet?
Junior Juniper: I I never said, "a-abominable snowman".
Pinky Pinkerton: In fairness, he did specify "yeti"
Junior Juniper: Yeah.
Dum-Dum Dugan: Sorry, it was a little hard to make out words in between all the sobbing.
[They all laugh]
Junior Juniper: Shut up. It was scary.
Jack Thompson: So, what is the difference between a yeti and an abominable snowman?
Junior Juniper: One's real and one isn't.

Agent Mike Li: Little-kid beds?
Peggy Carter: It's a boarding school.
Agent Mike Li: Why are there shackles on the beds?
Junior Juniper: It's Russia, man.

Dr. Ivchenko: You are not Leviathan. Who are you?
Peggy Carter: We're the good guys.

Peggy Carter: Why is Leviathan holding you prisoner?
Dr. Ivchenko: The acquired some schemata in the black market A weapon they don't know how to build. They want us to build it for them.
Peggy Carter: So you're engineers?
Dr. Ivchenko: He is the engineer.
[Jesters to the other prisoner]
Dr. Ivchenko: I serve as Nikola's terapevt - psychiatrist.
Jack Thompson: So the Reds locked up a head doctor and a mad scientist to build a bomb. Sure, why not?
Dr. Ivchenko: He is not mad! He is burdened. Look, he sees things in dimensions that we can only imagine. You look at a field of grass, you see pretty picture. He sees biology, phytochemistry. Keeping his gifts from overwhelming him... This requires discipline, stability. Since Leviathan took his family, stability does not come easy. I provide the discipline he needs.

"Agent Carter: SNAFU (#1.7)" (2015)
Roger Dooley: I'm supposed to believe that you pulled off your own investigation without any of us noticing?
Daniel Sousa: Now, why would you go through all that trouble instead of coming to one of us?
Peggy Carter: I conducted my own investigation because no one listens to me. I got away with it because no one looks at me. Because, unless I have your reports, your coffee, or your lunch, I'm invisible.

Jack Thompson: [Interrogating Carter] I'm confused.
Daniel Sousa: I'm sick.
Roger Dooley: I'm impressed.You're good, Carter. Holy cow, you are good. I got a dozen guys in there wish they could play the game half as well as you.
Peggy Carter: I'm not playing a game. I never was.

Jack Thompson: Something's not right here. I saw what you did in Russia. What you did for that mission, what you did for me? You saved my life. This doesn't add up.
Peggy Carter: That's because I had nothing to do with Krzeminski's death or the theft of Howard Stark's inventions.
Daniel Sousa: "Theft"? Wow. He's really got you wrapped around his finger, doesn't he? I got to give it to him. He's as good as they say.
Peggy Carter: "As good as they say"?
Daniel Sousa: He got in so deep, he scrambled your brain.
Peggy Carter: Howard Stark has *never* scrambled my mind or any other part of me.

Peggy Carter: [At Dooley, Thompson and Sousa] You think you know me, but I've never been more than what each of you has created. To you, I'm the stray kitten, left on your doorstep to be protected. The secretary turned damsel in distress. The girl on the pedestal, transformed into some daft whore. You're behaving like children. What's worse What's far worse Is that this is just shoddy police work. You were inches away from the woman that you want when you loaded me into your car.

Edwin Jarvis: I am truly sorry about all of this. When you didn't meet me, I knew and I panicked.
Peggy Carter: And I suppose the confession portrays me as what? A patsy? A Doe-eyed idiot succumbed to the charms of America's mustachioed Casanova?
Edwin Jarvis: That is the gist, yes. With a bankruptcy side plot sprinkled on top to provide a motive for Mr. Stark's deeds.
Peggy Carter: Nice flourish.

Edwin Jarvis: I'm sure we could lure one of them in, get the drop on them, steal a weapon and...
Peggy Carter: "Get the drop on them?" You've been in custody all of an hour, and you're Jimmy Cagney.

Peggy Carter: [Hands over the capsule that holds the vial of Captain America's blood] You'll want to be careful with that.
Roger Dooley: [Opens it and takes out the vial] Does this stuff implode? Explode? Spice up an Old Fashioned?
Peggy Carter: That is the last remaining sample of Captain Steve Rogers' blood. Mr. Stark was afraid your scientists would squander the remaining samples attempting to re-create the serum.
Edwin Jarvis: Which they did, so I'm afraid you'll have to forgive him for trying to protect the greatest scientific feat of the 20th century.
Peggy Carter: Howard didn't trust me with it, either. He lied about the contents of the device. He nearly convinced me that I was saving the city by stealing it.
Daniel Sousa: Is that why you kept it Because he lied?
Peggy Carter: Maybe at first, or perhaps I didn't trust our greatest capitalist with such a prize. But I couldn't bring it here, either. And for that, I don't have an answer. I suppose I just wanted a second chance at keeping him safe.

Edwin Jarvis: Please help! We're taken hostage in here!
Peggy Carter: No one's coming.
Edwin Jarvis: I know you may be universally despised in this establishment, but they barely know me.
Edwin Jarvis: Please help!

Peggy Carter: [Cuffed to the table in the interrogation room] Mr. Jarvis, how would you feel if we smashed that mirror with this table?
Edwin Jarvis: I would feel splendid about it.
Peggy Carter: All right. we pick it up, and then on the count of three...
Edwin Jarvis: Battering ram. Ready?
Peggy Carter, Edwin Jarvis: [They lift] 1... 2...
Edwin Jarvis: Wait! What if there are people behind this mirror that we're breaking?
Peggy Carter: Then they may get hurt. There'll be a spray of glass.
Edwin Jarvis: I see.
Peggy Carter, Edwin Jarvis: [They lift again] 1... 2.
Edwin Jarvis: Wait! What if these hypothetical people behind the mirror have guns?
Peggy Carter: Then we may get hurt. There will be a spray of bullets.
Edwin Jarvis: I see.
Peggy Carter, Edwin Jarvis: 1... 2... 3
[They break the glass]
Edwin Jarvis: No people. Everybody wins.
Peggy Carter: I've just thought of something.
Edwin Jarvis: We're still attached to a table.
Peggy Carter: We are still attached to a table.

Peggy Carter: Have you ever been hanged, Mr. Jarvis?
Edwin Jarvis: I can't say that I have, no.
Peggy Carter: It is quite unpleasant.

Roger Dooley: [Dooley has a bomb strapped to him that's about to go off] Tell... Tell my wife... Tell her I'm sorry I missed dinner.
[Turns to Carter]
Roger Dooley: And you? Promise me you'll get the son of a bitch who did this. Say it!
Peggy Carter: We'll catch them.
Roger Dooley: Attagirl.

"Agent Carter: The Blitzkrieg Button (#1.4)" (2015)
Howard Stark: [Howard asked Peggy to steal one of his inventions from the SSR lab] You get it?
Peggy Carter: What's in the vial?
Howard Stark: What vial?
Peggy Carter: *What* is in the vial?
Howard Stark: You opened it. You know how, uh, dangerous that could be
Peggy Carter: What's in the vial, Howard?
Howard Stark: Okay, you're angry.
Peggy Carter: I'm not angry. I'm just curious. What's in the vial?
Howard Stark: You know. We both know.
Peggy Carter: I don't. Tell me.
Howard Stark: Steve Rogers' blood.
[Peggy slugs Howard]

Angie Martinelli: These rolls keep for three days. Four if it's cold and you put them out on the windowsill.
Peggy Carter: Oh, glad to hear it. I don't often steal food.
Angie Martinelli: Are you kidding? Carol once fit a whole chicken down her sweater.
Carol: My mom knit a special chicken pocket.
Vera: Gloria's got a compartment in her pocketbook that can fit a cup of gravy.
Dottie Underwood: [Checks] Well, would you look at that?... Could you make me one of those that holds pickles?

Howard Stark: All of my inventions are in your lab.
Peggy Carter: Then why is your mustache so sad?

Peggy Carter: Get in.
Howard Stark: What? I hate small spaces. What if the chain snaps and I fall to my death?
Peggy Carter: Don't worry. I'll never reveal that Howard Stark's dead body is lying rotting in the bottom of a dumbwaiter shaft.

Howard Stark: What the hell do you think of me?
Peggy Carter: I think you're a man out for his own gain no matter who you're charging. You are constantly finding holes to slither your way into in the hope of finding loose change, only to cry when you're bitten by another snake. You're a man who says "I love you" whilst looking over a woman's shoulder into the mirror. Steve Rogers dedicated his mind, his body, his life to the SSR and to this country, not to your bank account. I made the same pledge, but I'm not as good as Steve was. I forgot my pledge running around for you like a corporate spy. So thank you, Howard, for reminding me who Steve was and what I aspire to be. For all I know, you did steal your inventions.

Edwin Jarvis: Mr. Stark respects you, Miss Carter. As do I. Is there anyone else alive who holds you in such high esteem?
Peggy Carter: I can trust the actions of men who don't respect me more than those who do. At least when they ask for something, they mean it.

Howard Stark: [Cheerily talking to Peggy and Jarvis] So, how are you two getting along? Peggy tried Anna's goulash? Peggy, Jarvis know you can do 107 one-armed pushups?
Peggy Carter: Howard, you came back to New York City risking notice from every American intelligence agency.
Howard Stark: Hmm.
Peggy Carter: WHY?
Howard Stark: Let's get back to my place. We'll have some Sherry. I'll explain everything.
Peggy Carter: [Sees something out the window] Stop the car.
Edwin Jarvis: The residence is only a block away. What's the matter?
Peggy Carter: See that man waiting for the bus? That's Agent Yauch. You see that Sedan parked by the fire hydrant? That is Agent Henry. Make a left.
[They turn]
Howard Stark: [sighs] That was my least-known property. A dummy corporation holds the lease.
Edwin Jarvis: And another dummy corporation owns that company.
Howard Stark: The only people who know about that penthouse besides me and Jarvis are Lana Turner, Jane Russell...
Peggy Carter: [Cuts him off] Russell You do realize that my work colleague Ray Krzeminski was killed while you were out gallivanting?
Howard Stark: I was not *gallivanting*.
Peggy Carter: The SSR blames you, and they're out for blood. We must assume they're about to uncover all of your residences, your bank accounts, your corporations. So perhaps turning up unexpectedly was not your best plan.
Howard Stark: So, where can I hide?
Peggy Carter: [Thinks for a moment] God, help me. Take a right up ahead.
Howard Stark: [They stop in front of Peggy's home] Ah. The Griffith. How's Miriam?

Miriam Fry: Miss Carter, of all the women in this establishment, you are the one for whom I am the most worried.
Peggy Carter: Oh, what a dismaying sentiment.
Miriam Fry: Well, the hours you keep seem less that of a woman gainfully employed as a telephone operator and more that of one who frequents taxi dance halls.
Peggy Carter: Uh, I was just doing my laundry.
Miriam Fry: Do you know how many intruders I have caught inside that very dumbwaiter, attempting to soil the honor of some young lady?
Peggy Carter: I am certain that many a woman owes her virtue to your watchful eye.

Peggy Carter: How goes the research on the Stark inventions?
Alex Doobin: Ah.
[See two lab techs trying to put out a fire]
Alex Doobin: It's been a bit of a challenge.
[Holds up a device]
Alex Doobin: Do you see this switch? Every time that I push this switch, I get a shock that runs right up my arm and into my skull. But do you see any other switch?
Peggy Carter: I do not.
Alex Doobin: Do you remember that, uh, I used to wear glasses?
Peggy Carter: Of course.
Alex Doobin: It melted the glasses right off of my face. Now, is that the intended purpose, I don't know. But Howard Stark is either an ignoramus or a genius.
Peggy Carter: Most likely both.

Peggy Carter: [Developing film] She seems... uninhibited.
Howard Stark: The first 10 or so might not be suitable for your eyes.

Peggy Carter: [Peggy is looking for Stark] Howard!
[Hears giggling behind a door, knocks]
Lorraine: Yes? You just woke me.
Howard Stark: [Pops up behind her] Not to worry. This is my cousin Peggy. Peggy, Lorraine.
Lorraine: Don't you think your cousin looks just like Howard Stark?
Peggy Carter: My cousin is a lot shorter.
Howard Stark: And much better-looking!

"Agent Carter: Bridge and Tunnel (#1.2)" (2015)
Peggy Carter: So, I've got two foreign agents with no voice boxes fighting over a milk truck full of experimental implosives.
Edwin Jarvis: Just another day at the office.

Peggy Carter: [Calling Jarvis at home] I don't have long so listen very carefully. I need you to dispose of Howard's car.
Edwin Jarvis: I beg your pardon.
Peggy Carter: The SSR are looking into Roxxon at this very moment. That car sustained damage at the site, and it's likely to be teeming with vita radiation. Make it disappear.
Edwin Jarvis: Very well.
[Looks at his watch]
Edwin Jarvis: Let's see, the linens come out of the wash in thirty minutes...
Peggy Carter: Now.
Edwin Jarvis: Fine. I shall forego the linens.

Peggy Carter: I told you I don't need your help.
Edwin Jarvis: An ideal butler provides service without being asked.
Peggy Carter: Oh! Put it back. I need to drive this thing out of here.
Edwin Jarvis: [Long suffering] Won't be a moment.

Peggy Carter: [In the milk truck, holding a gun to Brannis' head] Comfortable back there, Mr. Jarvis?
Edwin Jarvis: [Sitting in the back] Perfectly, thank you. These racks of explosives are distracting me from the smell of stale milk.

Edwin Jarvis: You're very fortunate that I ignored your instructions.
Peggy Carter: [Sarcastic] Oh, you're so right. How I managed to stay alive before I met you, I have no idea.
Edwin Jarvis: I can't tell if you're being arrogant... or ignorant.
Peggy Carter: Both, I imagine.
Edwin Jarvis: Your line of work requires support. People who care about your wellbeing, who will be there to stitch up your wounds.
Peggy Carter: If I allow people to get close to me, I'm putting them in danger.
Edwin Jarvis: So your solution is to remove yourself from the world you wish to protect. Where's the sense in that?
[Only now realizes that his hand is on her knee near the wound he just stitched up. He quickly removes it]
Edwin Jarvis: There is not a man or woman, no matter how fit he or she may be, who is capable of carrying the entire world on their shoulders.
Peggy Carter: Steve was.
Edwin Jarvis: From what Mr. Stark has told me, Captain Rodgers relied heavily on you. For courage, strategy, and moral guidance. You were his support. Your desire to help others is noble, but I doubt you'll find much success unless you allow others to help you.

Roger Dooley: [Carter has just walked in on the team looking over photographs and is worried they've spotted her in disguise] Carter. Come here for a second. C'mere. C'mere. C'mere. Settle a bet for us.
[He holds up a photograph and points to a figure in it]
Roger Dooley: Is that Joe DiMaggio?
Peggy Carter: [Relieved, then decides to play dumb] I don't follow boxing.

Peggy Carter: It's so hard getting straight answers out of people nowadays. Whatever happened to a nice cup of tea and a civilized interrogation?

Hugh Jones: I didn't know our government had such good taste in secretaries. What's your name darling?
Peggy Carter: Agent.

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!
[as he speaks, Peggy Carter engages Sheldon McFee in a fight just as Captain America takes on the Nazis in the radio programme. The real fight involves sounds that are uncannily like the ones on the radio]
Betty Carver: Hit 'em again, Cap!
[Sheldon McFee has Peggy Carter in a chokehold, but she breaks out of his grasp by hitting him on the head with a glass cup just as the radio programme imitates the sound of breaking glass]
Captain America: Had enough yet?
[Peggy Carter continues hitting Sheldon McFee as the radio programme imitates the sounds of the fight by breaking lobsters apart. The fight ends when Peggy manages to flip McFee onto a table, which breaks, and this is paralleled by a box being rattled on the programme]
Captain America: Are you all right, Miss Carver?
Peggy Carter: [to an unconscious Sheldon McFee] Is that all you've got? Hello? Mr McFee?
Betty Carver: [breathily] Captain America, what would I ever do without you!
Peggy Carter: [rolls her eyes in exasperation] Why does this keep happening?

"Agent Carter: Now Is Not the End (#1.1)" (2015)
Peggy Carter: [escaping from a building about to explode] Mr. Jarvis, could you bring the car around?
Edwin Jarvis: Certainly. When would you like it?
Peggy Carter: Oh, in about twenty seconds.

Agent Peggy Carter: The next time you approach a woman in a dark alley, you might want to introduce yourself.
Edwin Jarvis: Well, I shall endeavor to remember that, provided my concussion isn't too severe. Should you need me, call any time before 9:00.
Agent Peggy Carter: What happens at 9:00?
Edwin Jarvis: My wife and I go to bed. 7:00, sherry, 8:00, Benny Goodman. 9:00, bed.
Agent Peggy Carter: You're new to espionage, aren't you?
Edwin Jarvis: Far from it. Last summer, I caught the cook pocketing the good spoons. What now, Miss Carter?
Agent Peggy Carter: Now I go to work.

Agent Peggy Carter: I seem to have a habit of losing people closest to me. Perhaps "losing" is too nice a word. I get them killed.
Edwin Jarvis: Miss Carter.
Agent Peggy Carter: When Howard came to me, I was damn happy to see him. I'd been wallowing in it since the war, wondering why no one would give Agent Peggy Carter a shot. So I grabbed the chance. But I mucked it up. And now Colleen is dead... because of me.

Agent Peggy Carter: Where does your wife think you are right now?
Edwin Jarvis: One of Mr. Stark's more... amorous admirers has refused to vacate his penthouse. I am presently supervising her extraction.
Agent Peggy Carter: I imagine that's quite believable.
Edwin Jarvis: You have no idea.

Peggy Carter: [Knocks on the door and pokes her head in] Mr. Raymond, is this a bad time?
Spider Raymond: We'll only know after it's over. Bring the rest of you in here.

Peggy Carter: Meet me on the access road.
Edwin Jarvis: Do you know I'm being shot at?
Peggy Carter: Now!

Peggy Carter: [Walks to the table of the man who continuously insults his waitress, picks up his fork and leans over his shoulder] I understand you're not happy with your meal.
Madison Avenue Guy: Do you work here?
Peggy Carter: Unfortunately, no.
[Presses the fork tines into his side as he groans]
Peggy Carter: Just so we're clear, this is pressed into your brachial artery. It may be dull, but I'm determined. Keep smiling. Once you start to bleed, you'll lose consciousness in fifteen seconds. You'll die in ninety unless someone comes to your aid. Now, given your recent behavior, how likely do you think that is to happen? To prevent this not entirely unfortunate event from occurring, I suggest you find a new place to eat. Do we understand each other?
Madison Avenue Guy: [In pain] Yeah.
Peggy Carter: Good. Oh. One more thing. Tip generously.
[She puts the fork down and walks away. He then lays several bills down]

Jack Thompson: Carter, uh... while we're really busy with your friend Stark, if you don't mind these surveillance reports need to be filed, and... you're really so much better at that kind of thing.
Peggy Carter: What kind of thing is that, Agent Thompson? The alphabet? I could teach you. Let's start with words beginning with A.

Peggy Carter: I wonder if I might request a sick day.
Roger Dooley: What's the matter? Got a headache?
Peggy Carter: Amongst other things... ladies' things.
Roger Dooley: Ugh!

"Agent Carter: A Sin to Err (#1.6)" (2015)
Peggy Carter: [Going through a list of women Howard Stark "entertained" in order to determine which might be the Russian spy/assassin] How could he possibly meet this many women?
Edwin Jarvis: The Academy Awards is a very busy time.
[Seeing that Peggy is crossing several names off the list]
Edwin Jarvis: What are you doing?
Peggy Carter: A large portion of the women on this list are well known actresses, models and socialites. Publicly established for several years. They can be disregarded.
Edwin Jarvis: Well, I wouldn't dismiss her.
Peggy Carter: You think Ginger Rogers is a Russian assassin?
Edwin Jarvis: You should have seen her eyes when I escorted her from Mr. Stark's villa. The darkest gates to the abyss.

Daniel Sousa: Margaret Carter, you're under arrest for treason, espionage, and aiding and abetting public enemy number one, Howard Stark.
Peggy Carter: There's more to this, Daniel. More than you can understand.
Daniel Sousa: From where I'm standing, it's looking pretty cut and dry.
Peggy Carter: You're not going to shoot me.
[She stares at him. He lowers his gun]
Daniel Sousa: Peggy. Don't run. If you run, I'll know it's true.
Peggy Carter: I'm sorry, Daniel.

Roger Dooley: How long has Leviathan been active?
Dr. Ivchenko: Since after the Great War. Stalin's goal is for Russia to become a leading power in the world, which means having better weapons than our enemies and our allies. Leviathan has been very successful Mechanical, biological...
Peggy Carter: Human? Is that what that young girl was, a human weapon?
Dr. Ivchenko: My knowledge of specific operations is sadly restricted to only what I was told.
Peggy Carter: That building seemed to house a training facility Shackles on the beds, classrooms.
Roger Dooley: Training young girls to be what, assassins?
Jack Thompson: Seems like the Russians would want to train grown men.
Dr. Ivchenko: Women are often overlooked, taken for granted. They can slip easily through a man's defense

Peggy Carter: I need you to get me a list of all the women that Howard has... entertained in the last year.
Edwin Jarvis: I'm not sure there's enough ink in the whole of New York to complete that request.
Peggy Carter: Fine. Just in the last six months, then. Is that possible?
Edwin Jarvis: Oh, yes.
Edwin Jarvis: Yes, I suggest we start with the Western hemisphere.

Edwin Jarvis: [Outside Ida Emke's apartment, a small boy approaches] Hello. I'm the exterminator. Somebody saw a roach. I have to catch these things before they get out of hand.
[the biy just stares at him]
Edwin Jarvis: Shouldn't your shouldn't your mother be somewhere nearby? I-I think I hear her calling you.
[the boy still stares]
Edwin Jarvis: Please go away.
[the boy holds out his hand, Jarvis sighs, and hands over some money. the boy finally leaves]
Peggy Carter: Who were you talking to?
Edwin Jarvis: A future mafioso.

Edwin Jarvis: Well, Mr. Stark would seem to have an unfortunate attraction to violent women.
Peggy Carter: I imagine they were far less violent before they met him.

Albert: We call it the Stark special, custom-designed to his exact specifications.
Peggy Carter: Are you saying Howard Stark buys a bracelet for every women he's...
Edwin Jarvis: Oh, no. Yes. He considers it a parting gift to commemorate their time together.
Albert: Stark demands only the highest quality diamonds, the highest karat of gold. Any girl would be lucky to wear such a fine piece. Would you like to try it on?
Peggy Carter: Oh, thank you very much. If we could just see the list, we'll be on our way.
Albert: Anything for friends of Mr. Stark.
[Takes the list out]
Edwin Jarvis: Oh, it's shorter than I thought it would be.

"Agent Carter: Time and Tide (#1.3)" (2015)
Edwin Jarvis: Mr. Stark believed that the intruder had some advanced technological assistance.
Peggy Carter: Mr. Stark believes brushing your teeth requires advanced technological assistance.

Edwin Jarvis: Mr. Stark deemed me worthy of his trust. I would hope that would suffice.
Peggy Carter: Mr. Stark would trust a shark not to bite him if it was wearing a short enough skirt. That's not entirely relevant.

Peggy Carter: If we're going to be working together, risking our lives together, then I must be able to trust you.
Edwin Jarvis: On my honor, you can.

Edwin Jarvis: In polite society, one telephones ahead before trespassing.
Peggy Carter: I imagine strange women traipsing through the property isn't a completely unusual occurrence.
Edwin Jarvis: That's a fair point.

Jerome Zandow: I'm not afraid to kill a woman.
Peggy Carter: Would it make a difference if I told you I won't make it easy?

"Agent Carter: Life of the Party (#2.6)" (2016)
Peggy Carter: Considering this will be your home for the foreseeable future perhaps you should start decorating.
Dottie Underwood: It takes more than six walls to hold me.
Peggy Carter: Six?
Dottie Underwood: We're in a cube, Peggy. try to keep up.

Ana Jarvis: [Peggy is recovering after getting impaled on a piece of rebar] Shouldn't you be resting?
Peggy Carter: In a perfect world. But sadly, there's no rest for the weary and wounded until the job is done.

Peggy Carter: You look terrible.
Daniel Sousa: Says the woman with the rebar hole through her abdomen.

Daniel Sousa: Peggy, you're injured. If you get spotted, you can't run. If you get cornered, you can't fight.
Peggy Carter: So I'll improvise.
Daniel Sousa: [standing to leave, Peggy grunts in pain] You okay?
Peggy Carter: [weakly] Fine.
Daniel Sousa: You sure?
Peggy Carter: Mm-hmm.
Daniel Sousa: [Peggy turns around, revealing a bloodstain on her shirt] 'Cause it looks like you just popped your stitches trying to open a door. Not fun when your body quits on you, is it? Welcome to my world.
Peggy Carter: Oh, how do you cope with it?
Daniel Sousa: I'll tell you when I learn how. But it helps to know that sometimes you have to put your faith in others to get the job done.

"Agent Carter: The Atomic Job (#2.5)" (2016)
Peggy Carter: Mr Jarvis, does Howard have a hearse?
Edwin Jarvis: No, but he does have a Woodie.

Peggy Carter: [Realizing that Hugh Jones likely has the key on him after he collapses in her arms when she applies the memory inhibitor on him] Oh crumbs, he's wearing it.
Hugh Jones: [Coming to after Agent Carter lays him on the floor and searches him] What's your name darling?
[She zaps him again knocking him out]
Hugh Jones: [Coming to after a few seconds] I heard a rumour about red-headed women-
[he gets zapped again and is knocked out]
Hugh Jones: [Agent Carter continues searching him, and he comes to again] Did the boys from Sales send you?
[he gets zapped and knocked out once more]
Peggy Carter: [Takes a deep breath and says, talking to herself] You are saving the world. You are saving the world. You are saving the world.
[as she unbuckles Hugh Jones' belt to continue searching. She finds the key then zaps him one more time and leaves]

Dr. Samberly: [Sniffing the slice of pie that Agent Sousa brought him] What's the catch?
Peggy Carter: No catch, Dr. Samberly, just pie. We thought you'd enjoy a slice.
Daniel Sousa: ...And maybe Agent Carter could borrow that thing you're working on.
Dr. Samberly: I knew there were strings attached

Peggy Carter: You arrogant plonker.
[When Hugh Jones leaves the room]

"Agent Carter: The Lady in the Lake (#2.1)" (2016)
Peggy Carter: Love the hat.

Jack Thompson: We caught a high-profile case that needs eyeballs with experience.
Peggy Carter: Well, give it it someone else. No one knows Dottie like I do. We used to live next door to each other.
Jack Thompson: Yeah, and you had no idea she was a spy.

Peggy Carter: I understand Howard came out west for a defense contract.
Edwin Jarvis: He did.
Peggy Carter: And you did say you came out here to arrange his estate.
Edwin Jarvis: I think I see where this is heading.
Peggy Carter: What I don't understand...
Edwin Jarvis: You're puzzled, perhaps.
Peggy Carter: Uh, puzzled, yes, that's the word.
Edwin Jarvis: It's the flamingo, isn't it?
[in the back seat of Jarvis' car, a pink flamingo is in a box]
Peggy Carter: It is indeed the flamingo.
Edwin Jarvis: Regrettably, you are not the only house guest to whom Mr. Stark has extended an invitation. Meet the newest member of the Stark mansion menagerie. Bernard.

Peggy Carter: That is Calvin Chadwick.
Edwin Jarvis: Oh, and his wife, Whitney Frost.
Peggy Carter: Who?
Edwin Jarvis: Whitney Frost, star of "The 'F' Stands for Freedom".
Peggy Carter: She doesn't look familiar.
Edwin Jarvis: Well, surely you've seen "Tales of Suspense".
Peggy Carter: I'm not one for the cinema.
Edwin Jarvis: What do you do for relaxation? Assemble rifles?

"Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Things We Bury (#2.8)" (2014)
Peggy Carter: [Enters interrogation room] Werner Reinhardt.
Werner Reinhardt: That was a neat trick.
Peggy Carter: I'm sorry. I don't follow, doctor.
Werner Reinhardt: [Gestures to the pen on the desk in front of him] It's a pen. You wanted to see what I would do with it. After all, there are so many uses, no? Escape, confession, homicide... suicide.
Peggy Carter: It's true. I wanted to find out what kind of man you were. You didn't use the pen, so now I know.

Werner Reinhardt: You must be dying to understand all the items you recovered. They're fascinating, no?
Peggy Carter: I don't suppose you'll tell me where they came from.
Werner Reinhardt: A myth from the East of a star that fell from the heavens; of blue angels who came bearing a gift for all mankind, meant to save the world.
Peggy Carter: You don't strike me as a believer.
Werner Reinhardt: Oh, I've based my whole life on it. History just has the details wrong.
Peggy Carter: Then set history straight.
Werner Reinhardt: These visitors... they didn't come to save the world. They came to conquer it.

Werner Reinhardt: So, curiosity brings her back. Have you come to make a deal?
Peggy Carter: With the devil? I considered it. As you've said, the skies might open up one day. Your work will be valuable. But if that day comes, I know who I'd want by my side. It isn't you.
Werner Reinhardt: We could learn so much together.
Peggy Carter: Instead, we'll forget... forget you, forget your work. When I leave, no one else will come, no one to hear your stories, study your deadly artifacts. You'll be buried.
Werner Reinhardt: I seriously doubt that. Nothing stays buried forever.

"Agent Carter: Valediction (#1.8)" (2015)
Peggy Carter: I don't need a congressional honor. I don't need Agent Thompson's approval or the president's. I know my value. Anyone else's opinion doesn't really matter.

Peggy Carter: Do you remember anything that happened inside the movie theater?
Daniel Sousa: There was, uh, some kind of gas.
Peggy Carter: You found the canister, and you attacked agent Thompson.
Daniel Sousa: [sighs] I wanted to kill him. I wanted to kill everybody.
[Memories start to come back to him]
Daniel Sousa: Oh, God, Peggy. I-I hit you. I-I'm so sorry.
Peggy Carter: You weren't yourself. How are you now?
Daniel Sousa: I still want to kill Thompson, but no more than usual.

Detective Prendergast: You're the SSR folks?
Jack Thompson: What the hell happened here, detective?
Detective Prendergast: Hell if I know I got 47 dead, heads bashed in, eyes gouged out; not a single survivor.
Peggy Carter: Good lord.
Detective Prendergast: It's like some kind of monster got in. Never seen anything like it.
Daniel Sousa: All this happened inside the theater?
Detective Prendergast: This way.
[leads on]
Peggy Carter: [looks at the bodies] No monster killed these people. They killed each other.

"Agent Carter: Monsters (#2.7)" (2016)
Peggy Carter: [watching Whitney "grieve" her husband's death] Something happened at that fundraiser. Chadwick must have turned against her.
Daniel Sousa: Do you think she killed Dottie Underwood, too?
Peggy Carter: Dottie's nothing if not a survivor. I won't believe any stories of her demise until I see a dead body before me.
Daniel Sousa: And even then I might not believe it.

Edwin Jarvis: The transponder is repaired.
[turning the receiver on]
Edwin Jarvis: Behold.
Peggy Carter: Your hidden talents know no bounds, Mr. Jarvis.
Edwin Jarvis: Oh, one doesn't spend years in the company of Howard Stark without picking up a thing or two about electrical engineering.
Peggy Carter: Lucky you didn't pick up the clap.

Edwin Jarvis: Allow me to present the Jitterbug, a nonlethal concussive device with a blast field of 170 degrees.
Peggy Carter: Howard couldn't spring for the other 190 degrees?
Edwin Jarvis: When we waltz into this trap, I believe we may be outnumbered.
Peggy Carter: I believe we can count on it.
Edwin Jarvis: If, or when, that happens, you will want to stand behind me, like so, then I simply enter the sequence and...
[he demonstrates the tool's operation]
Edwin Jarvis: ...we watch our assailants cut a rug. As it were.

"Agent Carter: Better Angels (#2.3)" (2016)
Howard Stark: I always thought you should be in pictures, Peg. What do you say? Arlene French called in drunk. You want to play a sassy beer wench?
Peggy Carter: I'd rather be the cowboy.
Howard Stark: Oh, I like it. I don't know if the audience is ready yet.
Peggy Carter: But they're ready for a movie based on a comic book. Sounds like a dreadful idea.

Howard Stark: Wilkes was a member of the Arena Club?
Peggy Carter: Is that what that pin is from?
Howard Stark: Yeah. And I'm amazed they allowed him to be a member. They keep their ranks male and pale. Jarvis here isn't even white enough for them.

Jack Thompson: Well... look who finally decided to show up for work.
Daniel Sousa: Jack, what...
Peggy Carter: An appalling surprise.

"Agent Carter: Smoke & Mirrors (#2.4)" (2016)
Edwin Jarvis: I trust you've operated a tranquilizer rifle before.
Peggy Carter: I can't say that I have. Why on earth have you?
Edwin Jarvis: On occasion, wrangling Mr. Stark's animal preserve requires a ruthless hand.
Peggy Carter: Not the flamingo.
Edwin Jarvis: The koala. Its adorable appearance belies a vile temperament.

Daniel Sousa: [Peggy is interrogating a suspect about the Arena Club] What did you stick him with?
Peggy Carter: Howard wanted to create a cure for the common cold. He came up with a compound that brings on intense symptoms in minutes.
Daniel Sousa: You gave him a cold?
Peggy Carter: An intense cold.
Rufus: [in pain, off screen] Hey!
Peggy Carter: [nonchalantly] Cup of tea?

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
Steve Rogers: You should be proud of yourself, Peggy.
[looks at Peggy's family photos by her table beside her, showing her with her husband and children]
Peggy Carter: Mm. I have lived a life. My only regret is that you didn't get to live yours.
[Sees Steve is downcast]
Peggy Carter: What is it?
Steve Rogers: For as long as I can remember I just wanted to do what was right. I guess I'm not quite sure what that is anymore. And I thought I could throw myself back in and follow orders, serve. It's just not the same.
Peggy Carter: [chuckles] You're always so dramatic. Look, you saved the world. We rather... mucked it up.
Steve Rogers: You didn't. Knowing that you helped found S.H.I.E.L.D. is half the reason I stay.
Peggy Carter: [takes Steve's hand] The world has changed, and none of us can go back. All we can do is our best, and sometimes the best that we can do is to start over.

Peggy Carter: Steve. You're alive. You came back.
Steve Rogers: Yeah, Peggy.
Peggy Carter: It's been so long. So long.
Steve Rogers: Well, I couldn't leave my best girl. Not when she owes me a dance.

Ant-Man (2015)
[first lines]
Hank Pym: Stark!
Howard Stark: He doesn't seem happy. Hello, Hank. You're supposed to be in Moscow.
Hank Pym: I took a detour... Through your defense lab.
[slams a vial of Pym particles on table]
Peggy Carter: Tell me that isn't what I think it is.
Hank Pym: That depends if you think it's a poor attempt to replicate my work. Even for this group, that takes nerve.
Mitchell Carson: You were instructed to go to Russia. May I remind you, Dr. Pym, that you're a soldier...
Hank Pym: I'm a scientist.
Howard Stark: Then act like one. The Pym Particle is the most revolutionary science ever developed. Help us put it to good work.
Hank Pym: I let you turned me into your errand boy, and now you try to steal my research?
Mitchell Carson: If only you'd protected Janet with such ferocity, Dr. Pym.
Hank Pym: Ah...
[Pym slams Carson's head into a desk]
Peggy Carter: Easy, Hank!
Hank Pym: You mention my wife again, and I'll show you ferocity.
Howard Stark: [as Carson stares at him] Don't look at me. You said it.

Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter (2013) (V)
Agent Flynn: You took a mission last night.
Peggy Carter: I completed a mission last night.
Agent Flynn: Without even attempting to report in or get the proper authorization?
Peggy Carter: The mission was time-sensitive.
Agent Flynn: There are protocols in place. No one is above protocol. Not even Captain America's old flame.
Peggy Carter: How dare you.
Agent Flynn: Please. Let's stop pretending, shall we? Everyone knows why you're here.
Peggy Carter: Please, enlighten me.
Agent Flynn: You were grieving, so they kept you on, so that you would feel useful. I call it "pity."
Peggy Carter: If they wanted to make me feel useful, they wouldn't have made me work with you.

"Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Shadows (#2.1)" (2014)
Peggy Carter: These assets are now under the protection of the Strategic Scientific Reserve. They'll be hidden out of sight, indefinitely... as will you.
Hydra Officer: Cut off one head, two more shall grow in its place.
Peggy Carter: Then I guess we'll keep cutting them off.

"Agent Carter: Hollywood Ending (#2.10)" (2016)
Daniel Sousa: [seeing Whitney's papered walls] So, she's real crazy.
Peggy Carter: She's a genius.
Daniel Sousa: Can you decipher it?
Peggy Carter: I don't speak megalomaniac. Fortunately, Howard Stark does.