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Agent Carter Canceled, plus other changes for Marvel TV

The Hollywood Reporter has announced that Agent Carter is officially ending after only two seasons. Despite audiences and critics praising the show, it didn’t have the numbers ABC wanted. That, plus the fact that Hayley Atwell has already signed on to lead the new ABC… Read More »Agent Carter Canceled, plus other changes for Marvel TV

Marvel’s Agent Carter S2E4 recap – Smoke and Mirrors

This week we got to see some of Peggy’s childhood and pre-SSR days as well as Whitney Frost’s childhood as the episode was interspersed with flashbacks. We see that Peggy has always wanted to save people and that she was engaged to someone before she… Read More »Marvel’s Agent Carter S2E4 recap – Smoke and Mirrors

Marvel’s Agent Carter Season 2 Episode 3 recap – Better Angels

This week’s episode of Marvel’s Agent Carter started with the discovery that Jason Wilkes, the man who disappeared last week, is a Communist. At least, that’s what the evidence in his house wants everyone to believe, but Peggy and Sousa both think that the evidence… Read More »Marvel’s Agent Carter Season 2 Episode 3 recap – Better Angels

Marvel’s Agent Carter season finale wrap up

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This week’s episode finds Peggy, Jarvis, Thomson and Sousa investigating the incident at the movie theater. Sousa finds the canister and accidently sprays himself with the gas. He sees Thomson and immediately tries to kill him. Fortunately, Sousa is quickly knocked out. Back at the S.S.R. everyone is trying to figure out what the gas is until Howard Stark shows up to explain everything.

The gas was meant to give soldiers the ability to stay awake longer, but something went wrong and instead, it quickly gives the person the affects of sleep deprivation, like anger and psychosis. That’s what happened in Finow. It was secretly used on the Russians soldiers to give them an advantage in battle, but they ended up killing themselves. Stark blames himself for what happened, but he isn’t the only one.

There was one survivor, Dr. Ivenchenko, and he is out for revenge on Howard. We also discover that his real name is Johann Fennoff who, in the comics, is Doctor Faustus. He proclaims himself the “Master of Men’s Minds” and uses hypnosis to defeat his enemies, though not with a ring. Stark comes up with a plan to lure Fennoff and Dottie out into the open, but it fails, ending with Stark being captured instead.

Fennoff begins to hypnotize Howard. Stark now believes that he has found Captain America and is going to retrieve him in hopes of redemption. Fennoff has planted the canisters of gas in Stark’s plane and when Stark lets them drop over New York, he will be responsible for the destruction of the city Hoping to lure Fennhoff out into the open, Howard volunteers to act as bait and holds a press conference.

Following on the villains’ heels is Peggy, Jarvis, Thomson and Sousa. Thomson and Sousa take down Fennoff while Peggy throws Dottie out of a window. Jarvis then takes off in a plane following Stark. He will be the one to pull the trigger if Peggy can’t snap Howard out of his hypnosis.
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