After a whirlwind eight weeks, we’ve arrived at the end of Season 2 of Agent Carter. This season has certainly had its ups and downs, hasn’t it? This week, does Team Carter get a Hollywood ending? Well, yes and no. Spoilers after the jump.
First, let’s get one thing out of the way:
ANGIE ANGIE ANGIE ANGIE ANGIE ANGIE.
(Spoilers after the jump.)
Yet another week and yet another Agent Carter episode has come and gone. “The Atomic Job” probably wasn’t my favorite episode, but it let us get to know a couple more reoccurring characters a little bit better, and they were super fun to watch. Hit the jump to find out my thoughts, and spoilers are up ahead.
There’s nothing quite like sitting down to an episode of Agent Carter after a long day of work, and it’s an especial delight when said episode delivers above the expected level of awesomeness. This week’s episode of Agent Carter was chock full of plotty intrigue as Peggy and her posse got down to business, but it also gave us a much-coveted look into Peggy (and Whitney)’s past.
Spoilers below the jump!
Saying “Better Angels” is the best episode yet of Agent Carter‘s Season 2 is a bit of a stretch, considering that we’re only three episodes into the season, but it’s certainly the most interesting episode thus far. There’s already a lot more chemistry between our characters than there was at the start of Season 1, where Peggy seemed constantly surrounded by a crowd of boring, white male faces, and “Better Angels” continues an intriguing journey for our newer characters.
Spoilers below the jump.
Season 2 of Agent Carter is finally almost here! After being pushed back two weeks due to the president’s last State of the Union address (#ThanksObama), Agent Carter is set to premiere next week on January 19th with a two-part episode. I can’t wait! So let’s dive right in.
Agent Carter is more like a miniseries than anything else, which makes each episode a little difficult to review on its own. When the show is over, I can’t wait to binge watch the entire series, because it’ll be like an eight-hour movie. I’m stuck in a bit of a hard spot, though, because I also don’t ever want this show to end. Last night’s episode was just as excellent as all the episodes that preceded it, and it also raised the stakes for everyone in Peggy’s orbit. Spoilers below!