Marvel's Agent Carter "A Little Song and Dance" (2016.02.23) - In Review

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Marvel's Agent Carter "A Little Song and Dance" (2016.02.23) - In Review

Postby Capes (Optional) » Sun May 29, 2016 11:45 pm



Marvel's Agent Carter (2015) season 2, episode 9
In Review

"A Little Song and Dance"

WRITERS: TARA BUTTERS, CHRIS DINGESS, and MICHELE FAZEKAS
DIRECTOR: JENNIFER GETZINGER

AIR DATE: February 23 2016

CONTAINS SPOILERS!


"A Little Song and Dance" - the penultimate episode of season two for Agent Carter has some of both, what with a dance number in a dream sequence that might seem a bit baffling to the casual viewer, and yet fits in with the times.

Whitney Frost (Wynn Everett), having had survived that whole pesky getting shot thing in the previous episode, is eager to draw out all of the Zero Matter out of Wilkes (Reggie Austin). Manfredi (Ken Marino) has provided her workspace to get things done. Masters (Kurtwood Smith) and Thompson (Chad Michael Murray) remain wild cards this time out, their agendas leading to more double crosses where each other and where Whitney’s concerned.

Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) and her associates are more concerned with shutting down Whitney for once and for all - the method being Howard Stark’s gamma cannon. Setting off the cannon is the subject of some skullduggery - while Carter and Sousa (Enver Gjokaj) want to use it for the right thing, Masters and Thompson are playing their own agendas.

Wilkes is a wild card in and of himself. Having had turned on Peggy earlier, he’s in a different mindset, a mix of shame and confusion over what’s happening to him. As things come to a conclusion (with yet another cliffhanger), Wilkes and Frost find themselves at a crossroads. As the season heads to an end (with perhaps another to come), there’s a sense of the end game playing out - and the audience wonders just how many more double crosses can happen.



Carter and Thompson
cut a rug



4 / 5

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