There’s victories and losses this week as Mack tries to save his parents from the Chromicons, while LMD Coulson finally meets the Big Bad who predicts victory…or does she?
The team finds the Chromicons have helped HYDRA practically merge with SHIELD, especially thanks to a plan that might sound familiar to movie fans. Enoch is also back, just in time to deal Jemma’s problem
SHIELD arrives in Area 51 in 1955, and looks for Chromicons hoping to set off a big explosion. They have to go undercover, but are surprised by a familiar face.
Peggy shows that she’ll stop at nothing to stop Whitney Frost’s plans for zero matter. She’ll even ask her nemesis for help. However, two people get caught in the crossfire.
Peggy tries to stop Whitney Frost from stealing a couple of atomic bombs, and recruits a couple of unlikely field agents. The mission, though, almost becomes very deadly.
The battle between Peggy and Whitney continues, as Peggy tries to get more information about the Arena Club. However, this week’s episode also shows how Peggy became an agent and Whitney a movie star who can also design powerful reactors.
Peggy is determined to help Dr. Wilkes, who somehow survived the zero matter explosion from last week. She gets help from Howard Stark, who proves to be a better scientist than movie producer. However, Jack Thompson is not so helpful, since he’s making some mistakes thanks to listening to the wrong guy.
Finally, Agent Carter began its second season this week. She’s hoping to solve a mysterious murder, but it will involve dealing with a mysterious and dangerous substance, a movie star and her husband with lots of secrets, and a council that could ruin Peggy’s career. Also, Dottie is back, and the SSR’s future may be in doubt.
Enver Gjokaj helped put together a new web series about two hitmen hoping to make it big in L.A. He’s joined by Dichen Lachman and Maximilian Osinski.
The first season of Agent Carter ends with Leviathan planning to use one of Howard Stark’s weapons to kill thousands…and trick him into using it. Peggy will get some respect, and decides to move on with her life. There’s also an interesting cameo by someone whose presence is still felt today.