Agent Carter (2015–2016)
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Peggy faces the full fury of Leviathan, as Howard Stark makes his return.


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
Dominic Cooper ... Howard Stark
Lyndsy Fonseca ... Angie Martinelli
Ralph Brown ... Dr. Ivchenko
Bridget Regan ... Dottie Underwood
Glenn Taranto ... Detective Prendergast
John Prosky ... Walt Cooper
Toby Jones ... Dr. Arnim Zola
DaJuan Johnson ... Officer Pike
Ralph Garman ... Radio Announcer
Erin Torpey ... Betty Carver (Radio Actor)
Walker Roach Walker Roach ... Captain America (Radio Actor)


Peggy faces the full fury of Leviathan, as Howard Stark makes his return.

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24 February 2015 (USA) See more »

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The "focus" method Dr Ivchenko aka Dr Faustus is the same one Daniel Whitehall uses in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (He makes people "comply" with the "Faustus method" See more »


(At around 35 mins) Senator Cooper tells Jack, "The president wants to thank you, himself." Jack replies, "Hm, maybe next time I'll vote for him." In 1946, President Truman was in office because he had been Vice President at the time of Roosevelt's death--there had been no election in which Jack could have voted against (or for) him. See more »


Dr. Ivchenko: The great Howard Stark! I have heard much of your genius. It is a shame that you put your gifts towards creating such horrible weapons.
Howard Stark: Midnight oil was not supposed to be a weapon, Dr. Fennhoff. Should never have been used.
Dr. Ivchenko: And yet, it only exists because of you. Do you know what your creation does?
Howard Stark: I saw it afterwards.
Dr. Ivchenko: And I saw it while it happened. I was only spared because I had a gas mask to protect myself. My comrades were not so lucky. My brother wasn't so lucky. When I found him, he ...
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I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good)
Written by Duke Ellington and Paul Francis Webster
Performed by Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (as Benny Goodman Orchestra) featuring Peggy Lee
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I Know My Value
24 February 2015 | by ThomasDrufkeSee all my reviews

So here we have it, the season finale of the 8 episode arc of the first (and hopefully not last) season of Agent Carter. Come to think of it, the show didn't really have it's ups and downs. It was very consistently good. I think I would have changed a few things in the series but for what it was, it was pretty sweet.

Howard Stark is back and is ready to reveal all to help save the city. I liked seeing Stark back, but I do feel like having the focus be on him after following all of the other characters felt a bit off. We did get a lot of Peggy but I think if Stark's screen time would have been given to the Doctor and Dottie it could have built up the tension a little more. I also feel like showing more effects of the gas, and not the doctor's manipulation, would have been an improvement. But I really did love Dottie's scenes. Regan brings so many layers to a pretty one note character, if that makes any sense. Simply by changing her smile and voice it created such a disturbing character, and she will be welcomed back come next season. Speaking of which how about Arnim Zola?! Sure, maybe it seems like fan service, but it was pretty cool seeing him pop up in the doctors cell.

Peggy's arc this season was really satisfying. She is finally gaining respect from the SSR, even if not all of it's members are ready to give credit, they at least acknowledge how great she is. It's one of the reasons why I wished the Dottie-Peggy dynamic would have been explored further early on this season. Lyndsay Fonseca's character got lost in the shuffle a bit later on and perhaps that could have been an area where you pull the bait and switch. I'm glad to see Dottie didn't die. Falling out of a window seemed like nothing compared to jumping down several flights of stairs (ahem, last episode). It was also nice to see Peggy have some closure on Steve's death. Even if it seemed shoehorned into the plot, I think it was very important to her character.

+Peggy gaining respect

+Regan as Dottie

+Closure on Cap

+Arnim Zola

-Stark's presence overshadowed everything else


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