Photo credit: TVReCaps.com From Left Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter and Right Dominic Cooper as Howard Stark in Marvel’s ” Agent Carter”
As Marvel’s Agent Carter continued its Run this week with the “Blitzkrieg Button” there were some major reveals and not everyone has been honest with Peggy (Hayley Atwell). This includes Howard Stark’s (Dominic Cooper) loyal butler Edwin Jarvis (James D’Arcy) as someone that has come to help Peggy with her late night errands away from the no-men-allowed Griffith apartment.
Captain Dooley (Shea Wigham) heads to Germany to question a former colonel by the name of Mueller (Jack Conley) as he suspects something bad in the battle of Fennel occurred and may answer some questions about Stark’s sudden disappearance. Which leaves Jack Thompson (Chad Michael Murray) in charge of the office and Peggy taking the daily lunch order as they work around the clock looking into the death of Ray Krezminksi (Kyle Bornhiemer).
Meanwhile, Daniel Sousa (Enver Gjokaj) takes a different approach to the search and brings in one of the homeless men that may have seen who was responsible for the anonymous call to the SSR. Thompson laughs about it until he actually proves to have some fruitful information that will narrow the search in finding the Perpetrator.
Howard Stark also returns via shipping crate to inform Peggy that one of his “Bad Babies” has the power to set any city back to the Stone Age. Meaning it will wipe out anything that carries an electrical current, but as the episode carried on Peggy discovered this (Spoiler alert for those that haven’t yet watched this episode) to be a vial of Steve Roger’s blood. Which can be dangerous in the hands of anyone whom isn’t careful or knows it volatility.
New friend and fellow neighbor of Peggy’s Dottie Underwood (Bridget Regan) proved to be more than just that, as she dealt with the rather tall and creepy Mr. Mink (Gregory Sportleder). Fans had a feeling she was somehow involved with the Black widow program, but weren’t sure until Tuesday night’s episode came to its rather fun conclusion. As usual Stan Lee made his candid appearance as a man looking to read the sports section of the daily newspaper sitting next to Howard Stark.
“The Blitzkrieg Button” is easily the best episode we’ve seen yet for Marvel’s Agent Carter, but I have no doubt it will be topped as the series begins to wrap itself up in the coming weeks. Four episodes remain and we still have yet to see whom the central villain may be, despite Ms. Underwood’s reveal as a potential lead to the real big bad.
Photo Credit: ABC.Con: From left Bridget Regan as Dottie Underwood and Right Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter in “Marvel’s Agent Carter”