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Flibanserin Hydrochloride Agent Carter Recap: 'Life Of The Party' / 'Monsters'

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recap: 'Life of the Party' / 'Monsters'

With only a few episodes of Agent Carter left (there’s another double episode next week, so brace yourself), we’re ramping up both the story and the intensity. And whereas last season focused on gender issues and Peggy’s attempt to reclaim her life after the war and Steve’s death, this season has dealt with diving deep into the complex lives of the characters we’ve come to know and love. Tonight’s double feature explored those relationships and feelings, and left all our characters facing the question of what happens when the world leaves them on their own, for better or for worse.

When we last left Jason, he was disappearing into the void. He’s still there (he’s caught in something that looks like what happens when you put on the One Ring) but Peggy manages to pull him out. This is also the episode where we spend half of our time yelling at Peggy to take it easy, but “there’s no rest for the weary and wounded until the job is done.” Jason’s losing control over Zero Matter and Peggy helps him realize that if he can build a containment chamber for himself — like the one he built at the lab — he might be able to make himself whole again. The problem with this brilliant solution? He needs more Zero Matter, and the only person who has that is Whitney Frost. Speaking of Whitney Frost, she isn’t exactly having a good day. But for once, Chadwick is coming to her rescue: he’s arranged a meeting with the Council. Yes, the Council that never meets with women. He’s convinced that they’ll give her whatever she wants once they see what she can do with Zero Matter. And once she convinces them? They’ll both be unstoppable. (Remember last week, when I said I was having a change of heart about Chadwick? I spoke too soon. Slimy little thing.)

Peggy goes to the lab, where she finds Sousa looking even more terrible than she feels, if that’s possible. (Someone please give these two a REAL vacation.) After explaining Wilkes’ situation, she proposes her plan: There’s a campaign fundraiser for Chadwick, which is the only way they can get close to his wife. A modified vacuum syringe will allow them to puncture her skin and get the Zero Matter, and Wilkes will have everything he needs in order to finish his containment module. The only problem with this plan is that there’s no one to carry it out. Peggy’s too hurt, Sousa can’t go undercover, Rose is on a flight home, and there’s no one they trust anymore in the SSR.

There is, however, a woman named Dottie Underwood, who has made a life out of disappearing into thin air.

Peggy arrives at Dottie’s cell undercover, and Dottie reads her immediately. (“This is my surprise face!”) I cannot express how happy it makes me to watch Hayley Atwell and Bridget Regan share the screen together — and if Marvel wants to give me a show about just Peggy Carter and Dottie Underwood, I would be all for it. Peggy tries to get her to talk about the lapel pin she was trying to steal, and when she doesn’t talk, she offers her opponent a deal: Help them with their mission, and she’ll help Dottie. Even though Dottie knows Peggy’s lying, she accepts the proposal and uses the magnetic lock openers to get out of her cell. Predictably, she tries to run, only to run straight into Sousa and Peggy, who capture her with an electrocution net: a black widow caught in a web. When Dottie wakes up, she’s dressed in her Widow best (kudos to costume designer Giovanna Melton for those colors). Peggy gives her a choker equipped with a tracking device and briefs Dottie on the mission (hope you like your date, Jarvis) while Dottie’s attempts to play coy with Wilkes fall flat once she realizes he’s not tangible.

Ana Jarvis, meanwhile, is having about the same bad day as Whitney is. I always wondered what her life was like when her husband wasn’t playing the Bonnie to Peggy’s Clyde, or when he wasn’t chasing flamingos around the yard. In this episode, Ana gets a really, really big window into what it means to be a part of Peggy’s world. She works closely with Wilkes to build the containment chamber, she helps make the modified syringe, she listens while Wilkes explains, in no uncertain terms, how badly this particular mission could go if things end up going wrong. For the first time, Ana sees just how dangerous her husband’s life is — from bullet wounds to secret missions to plans with no back-up. And Ana is among the most supportive wives out there, but like any man who goes off into battle, she worries. We met Ana as someone who seemed frivolous and easygoing, and I like that the show has peeled back her layers and shown us what lies underneath the surface of those fronts.

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