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Agent Carter Season Finale Review: “Valediction”

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Agent Carter’s season finale “Valediction” came full circle from the opening moments of the season, paid off some of the emotional growth of the characters, and brought the story to a pretty tight close, capping off a wonderfully, for the most part, executed shorter season. Continue reading “Agent Carter Season Finale Review: “Valediction””

Agent Carter Review: “A Sin to Err”

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Our friendly psychiatrist takes an unexpected turn, Agent Sousa follows up on his discovery regarding Peggy, and Jarvis and Peggy get into all sorts of hilarious trouble. “A Sin to Err” was a laugh, adventure, and surprise-filled hour of pure goodness, solidifying Agent Carter as a must-see show. Continue reading “Agent Carter Review: “A Sin to Err””

Agent Carter Review: “The Iron Ceiling”

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Peggy has had enough of the men in her life and the world working against her of late and she takes things into her own hands, recruiting the Howling Commandos to investigate a lead in the Leviathan case. “The Iron Ceiling” is one of Agent Carter’s best in this already almost over season. Continue reading “Agent Carter Review: “The Iron Ceiling””

Agent Carter Review: “The Blitzkrieg Button”

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The team behind Agent Carter are really giving these 8 episodes everything they can it seems, constantly pushing forward and not affording time to look back. It makes for a refreshing pace, considering by the end of “The Blitzkrieg Button” we now know Howard Stark’s true intentions for hiring on Peggy for help, which is what Leviathan might be after, and my suspicions about a newer character look to be coming true in a very unexpected but exciting way.
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Agent Carter Review: Series Premiere

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Agent Carter‘s series premiere combines the first two episodes into a 2 hour long romp that barely lets up and is certified fun to watch. The first hour “Now is Not the End” certainly feels like it was meant to be the pilot alone, thanks to its fast pace and adventure, and while the second hour “Bridge and Tunnel” slows down a bit, it address and builds on all the intriguing mysteries set up so far. Is it worth your time? In short, absolutely. For the longer lists of reasons why, see below. Continue reading “Agent Carter Review: Series Premiere”