Agent Carter (2015–2016)
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Peggy is cornered and more vulnerable than ever as Leviathan makes their move against her. As the SSR zeroes in on Howard Stark, they may pay the ultimate price as they find their true enemy is closer than they realized.


Vincent Misiano


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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
Ralph Brown ... Dr. Ivchenko
Bridget Regan ... Dottie Underwood
Lesley Boone ... Rose
Sarah Bloom ... Loretta Dooley
Pawel Szajda ... Ovechkin
Kevin Cotteleer Kevin Cotteleer ... Alex Doobin
Rob Locke ... Surgeon
Travis Johns ... Agent Corcoran
Lincoln Melcher ... Emmett Dooley
Madonna Cacciatore ... Ovechkin's Mom


Carter's being interrogated. That's when Jarvis arrives and gives a message from Stark saying he will surrender if they release Carter. They accept but Carter is also fired from the SSR. While they await Carter sees what Ivchenko doing something and tries to tell them, Dooley and Sousa believe her so they check it out. Ivchenko uses his hypnotic abilities on Dooley and gets him to bring him to the lab where he gets something and places a device on Dooley that will kill him. Written by

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17 February 2015 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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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.
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The Unbreakable Peggy
18 February 2015 | by ThomasDrufkeSee all my reviews

Only one more week to go and Agent Carter is turning out to be one of the better shows this year. This week picked up right where we left off last week with Peggy being taken to SSR. It was fun to see each member of the station try and pick apart a potential weakness of Peggy, but no one succeeded. We also finally got to see exactly what Leviathan might be and the possible plans. It was by far the creepiest episode of the series so far, and probably the best.

Not that we needed to see Dr. Ivchenko's abilities again, but I guess the opening scene did mirror Dooley's ultimate demise. But wow, do his powers come off disturbing and creepy or what? This is definitely the type of villain I can see Captain America taking down. Speaking of him, he was mentioned a few times again this week. I have never felt like they have shoehorned his name into the episodes, but this week felt especially cheesy when Peggy referenced him.

I was really glad to see Jarvis come back and 'save' her. But it pleased me even more to see that the SSR have faith in Peggy finally. She has done nothing but great things for them so the return was needed. This show has had such a great array of female characters. Lyndsay Fonseca was noticeably absent this week, but it was nice to see Dottie take on a bigger role. Dottie's stair scene was incredibly shot. I was amazed with the stunts and it was very reminiscent of Black Widow in Cap 2. But the major event this week was Dooley's death and the theater scene. The gas that made everyone fight was very Kingsman: The Secret Service like. But by far more creepy. Next week is the season finale, and I absolutely can't wait.

+Can't break Carter

+Leviathan unfolds

+Dottie takes center stage

+Creepy Ivchenko

-Rehashed Ivchenko powers scene

-Cheesy Cap talk


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