Okay, so this was the finale. Fingers crossed for a season two, but that hasn’t been confirmed. Anyway, this episode was great! As are all the episodes. When Sousa breathed in the crazy gas (midnight oil) That was———– ahhh my baby. I really like Daniel and yeah. If you couldn’t already tell, my thoughts on this episode will mainly be incoherent. And then Howard gave himself up for bait. It so wasn’t his fault. I mean, yes, he did make those things, but it was other people who used them for wrongdoing. When Howard admits that he’s done wrong, but he’s not a bad person and Ivchenko says “Yes. Yes you are” and Howard eyes are tearing up because he knows he’s done bad things. Feels. And then he gets hypnotized. Jarvisssss. When he says he’ll fly the plane and will shoot Howard down if necessary but he really really doesn’t want to hurt/kill Howard but he’s willing to take the risk because if he has to kill him it’ll be to save many more lives. Jarvis is such a good, nice person. I love him. Peggy and Dottie were fighting, and in the end when Dottie was kicked out of the window, I thought she was dead. Near the end of the episode, she’s gone, so she obviously lives. Peggy says that she thinks they’ll run into her again, teasing the thought of a second season. I loved how Daniel had earplugs in and totally didn’t get hypnotized by Ivchenko. That was awesome. Luckily Peggy pulls Howard of his trance, in a scene resembling the one where Steve is about to crash the plane into the water. Afterwards, when we see Peggy walk into the office to join the SSR again, the other agents clap for her. She finally gets the recognition she deserves. I thought maybe she would be treated with more respect. But then some guy who is a senator or something congratulates Thompson. Thompson accepts it, much to my disgust. AHHHH. But Peggy says she doesn’t need anyone to applaud her, because she knows her worth. Daniel got mad at Thompson, which was nice. He’s finally realizing that Peggy deserves to be treated with respect, so that’s nice. And we got to see Angie again! And it looks like she and Peggy will be staying together at one of Howard’s houses! Yay! They’re awesome, and I kind of ship them. I love Angie so muchhhhh. And Jarvis gave Peggy Steve’s blood which was so thoughtful of him. He’s such a sweet guy. And Peggy poured the blood into the water. That scene gave me so many feelings. “Goodbye, my darling.” Made me want to cry. I ship Steggy so much and I really really wish they could have been together and happy and I’ll never be over that. They would have been great together, and they both feel an ache in their heart thinking of each other and I really want them to be together with a burning passion.
This was an AMAZING show, and I really want more. Here’s to hoping they’ll make another season!
I know, I know. I’m way late. I have a busy life, sorry. Anyway, I don’t remember many details from this episode but I’ll talk about shiz anyway. So okay, apparently Dottie is a Black Widow?? The coming episode will involve the Red Room?? Or so I’ve heard, thanks to some articles. That’s pretty cool, any connections to Nat are always nice 🙂 Also, Howard is basically a butthole. He lied to Peggy, and he objectifies women. Douchebag, much? The Steve’s blood thing was cool. It’s always nice to see how much Peggy cares about Steve, and aspires to be like him. Steggy4Life. And yay, Stan Lee cameo! He cameos in everything and I love it. Jarvis really seems to be a nice and caring person, and I hope he can patch up his relationship with Peggy. I have heard of some people shipping Howard and Peggy, but I’m like nah. I ship Peggy and Angie. It was mean but kind of clever how the cyanide pills were actually just breath mints. When Sousa captured that guy and was trying to sympathize with him… Yeah okay I love Sousa. I somewhat ship him with Peggy, and some people have speculated that they might get married. We know Peggy can’t marry Howard, because Tony’s mother is Maria. But we do know that Peggy marries a man, so Angie’s out of the picture. Sousa is still an option. Well, that’s basically all I have to say for now.
(I couldn’t figure out the correct name for the episode, so the title of this post may change later.)
Hello again, agents! After a short hiatus, I’m back and ready to blog! Agent Carter premiered yesterday, and it was AMAZING! It was a two-hour premiere, so I’m not going to go over the plot-line. BUT, I still have quite a bit to say. I absolutely love Peggy Carter, and Hayley Atwell is an awesome actress. I love how the character defies gender stereotypes, especially since there were so many more back then. Colleen seemed like a nice character, so I was sad to see her go. But what I like about Peggy is that she kicks butt, but she isn’t an emotionless character. I love Melinda May, but she is very stoic, not to say that is a bad thing.(I have been told I’m stoic) But Peggy can kill people, and throw their expectations right back in their faces. When her friend dies, though, of course she’s going to cry about it. It seems that some female badasses these days are strong and kickbutt– which means they can’t have emotions. Or at least that’s what the creators of those characters seem to think. So I like the fact that Peggy is tough and has emotions. It sucks for Peggy, though, dealing with all that sexism. It sucks for all the girls back then, and all the girls now. (Although I think things are somewhat better now.) Angie(The girl working at the diner), had to deal with harassment, and she was just trying to do her job. Angie seems like a nice friendly character, and I kind of ship her and Peggy–oops. I like Daniel. He doesn’t expect a whole lot from Peggy, but overall he seems like a nice guy. And I adore Jarvis! He kind of reminds me of Alfred from Batman. Jarvis is funny and nice, and I love his accent. I also hope we see some more of Howard. And I loved the references to Captain America.
Well, that’s all I have to say for now. You can expect another post or two coming later today. Bye for now!