Agent Carter (2015–2016)
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The Iron Ceiling 

Carter finally gets a chance to prove herself as she is sent on a mission in Russia with Agent Thompson and the Howling Commandos. Meanwhile, Agent Sousa makes an important discovery.


Peter Leto


Stan Lee (based on the Marvel comics by), Jack Kirby (based on the Marvel comics by) | 3 more credits »




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
Neal McDonough ... Dum-Dum Dugan
Bridget Regan ... Dottie Underwood
Ralph Brown ... Dr. Ivchenko
Leonard Roberts ... Happy Sam Sawyer
Greg Serano ... Agent Rick Ramirez
Eddie Shin ... Agent Mike Li
Alex Veadov ... Nikola
John Glover ... SSR Informant
Richard Short ... Pinky Pinkerton
Jared Gertner ... Cryptographer


When Demidov's typewriter sends a message which is encrypted. Carter figures out what it is, a location which they think is a meeting with Stark in Russia. So Dooley sends Thompson to check it out but Carter wants to go. But they won't let her but when she says she can get the Howling Commandos, they let her go. When they get there they discover Stark is not there and something is going on. Dooley talks to someone about Stark who makes him question if Stark is really a traitor. And Sousa through a chance encounter with Carter learns she's the woman they're looking for. Written by

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Guest star John Glover also starred in the DC Universe TV series "Smallville" where he portrayed Lionel Luthor, father of Lex Luthor. See more »


At the beginning of the mission they find a film projector. Agent Carter stops the projector, with the light still on, to read some subliminal messages embedded in the film frames. Doing this would melt/burn the film in a few seconds, but it does not. See more »


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
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Features Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) See more »


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Written by Jeff Meegan, David Tobin and Curtis McKonley
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The most stupid of all the series.
25 February 2015 | by KoWMaPuKSee all my reviews

Sincere and untroubled idiocy of this series does not fix it. Children chained to their beds? The air smells of fish before the frost? Are you serious?

The plot of the series is born thanks to the severe forms of abuse of drugs and pathetic helplessness creators offer something sane, not pathetic stupidity of the Cold War time early Reagan presidency. Even armored bears and shooting balalaika would not look so foolish against this nonsense.

And even more strange show such nonsense in the Internet era. After all, it is very easy to refute all this and ridicule, showing that the characters are not evil, but the creators of this nonsense very stupid people.

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3 February 2015 (USA) See more »

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