The thrilling second episode of Agent Carter, written by Eric Pearson, starts off with the one and only Ralph Garman of Hollywood Babylon Flame playing a radio actor. Can we just take a moment to sit in awe of the greatest unknown actor America has ever seen? He should get an Oscar, just saying.
Carter tells Jarvis that she should go forward in the investigation alone, feeling that he won't be of much help to her. Little does she know! Across town an nonspeaking assassin goes looking for his target, one Leet Brannis.
The search for Stark leads Thomson to the Raxxon company, any fans of the comic world know that name well. The are an evil oil company that causes a lot of problems for heroes over the years, mostly Iron Man. Now Peggy has a problem, there was a good chance she was exposed to a small sample of radiation and now her boss wants her to scan the women at Raxxon for it. This could prove difficult for her.
Luckily only her watch was registering so she was able to help out without giving herself away. She recognized one of the men in line from the other night and suggests they check his clothes for radiation as well. He takes off running and the male agents give him chase. Carter catches him first without even trying. Proving once again that she is better than the rest of them.
Peggy is currently staying at one of Stark's houses but her friend from the dinner keeps trying to sell her on moving in to her building, making them neighbors. Peggy keeps shooting her down, hurting the poor girls feelings. Peggy catches the nonspeaking assain and convinces him to help her, while on the road they get attacked.
While fighting on the roof with the attacker they lose control of the van and it goes over a cliff and explodes. Peggy makes it off while Jarvis pulls the nonspeaking man out. His voice box is broken and he is dying. The only clue he can give them is drawing a heart. Peggy rubs it out and takes off with Jarvis so that the other agents don't find the same clue.
Peggy agrees to move into her friends building. Her friend couldn't be more excited! Sousa is looking for a blonde girl who he believes can help him find Stark, little does he know that the blonde girl is Peggy in a wig!
The second episode of the Agent Carter ends and leaves us wanting more, just as any great show does!!
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