Agent Carter returns again tonight for a 2nd miniseries!
2x5: "The Atomic Job" [Feb 9th]
As Jarvis' precision and quick-thinking skills are put to the ultimate test, Peggy must find a way to stop an atomic explosion that threatens to destroy all of California.
>Where can I watch the episode?
One of these links should be streaming the episode. Please let us know if its not and I can bump it out of this copy pasta. Obviously, the episode is also airing on ABC.
We're about 45 minutes to showtime.
>What else do I need to know about the show?
"Marvel’s Agent Carter returns for a second season of adventure and intrigue, starring Hayley Atwell in the titular role (no they actually fucking put this in the synopsis, I didn't write that) of the unstoppable secret agent for the SSR (Strategic Scientific Reserve). Dedicated to the fight against new atomic age threats in the wake of World War II, Peggy must now journey from New York City to Los Angeles for her most dangerous assignment yet.
>I've missed an episode!/ I have no idea whats going on but im going to post anyways!
Good news! We have a handy dandy pastebin located here:
The pastebin has all sorts of neat stuff like a link to previous episode discussion threads, info about eps, social media accounts and a link to a site that has previous episodes so you can catch up if you've missed any/are just joining us now. If you end up missing the ep or you live in yurop/aussie/whatever, someone uploads the episodes usually less than an hour after airing so just hold on. With the death of archive moe, many of our old threads are lost unfortunately.
By the way, keep forgetting to post upcoming eps:
2x6/2x7: "Life of the Party"/ "Monsters" [Feb 16th]
When Peggy realizes she cannot save Wilkes on her own, she turns to her most unexpected adversary for help while Whitney makes a move to control the deadly Zero Matter. / As Peggy plots a rescue mission, Whitney hunts for even more dark power; and Jarvis learns he should not make promises he cannot keep.
2x8/2x9: "The Edge of Mystery"/ "A Little Song and Dance" [Feb 23rd]
Peggy and Sousa propose a trade with Whitney Frost, while the SSR gets help from Howard Stark that may be the key to eliminating Zero Matter. / Peggy desperately tries to save Dr. Wilkes with a dangerous plan to stop Whitney Frost. But Thompson makes a surprising move that could destroy them all.
[This is some unholy crossover with Dancing With the Stars where the dancers are all guest starring for some reason?]
2x10: "??????" [SEASON FINALE] [Mar 1st]
AGENTS OF SHIELD:
Ep 11: "Bouncing Back" [Mar 8th]
In the aftermath of his trip to Maveth, Coulson is more determined than ever to get to Gideon Malick and put an end to Hydra once and for all. Daisy and the team encounter more Inhumans who have powers like they’ve never seen before, but will they be friends or enemies of S.H.I.E.L.D.?
mfw coverage of the NH primaries are on instead of the episode
Yep, kind of weird.
>Seeing the ass on pepe's bitch on muppets
>seeing peggy tits
Holy shit. How are they going to get her out of this?
Oh shit yeah.
Well actually I think the only mention was in the comics wasn't it? She called her dad and he's at Roxxon. In the show she mentioned them once and that she couldn't help them with something.
i guess a black hole isn't the right word, but it did make a hole to another dimension, the zero matter was some kind of leftover from that dimension. At least I'm pretty sure that's what it was
These are going to be the most memetic elections in American history.
It was great. Some hilarious comedy scenes, lots of tension and action, and left me wanting more with teasing where isn't going to go soon. The teaser with Dottie is just icing on the cake.
I ain't calling him SquidWard until he grows tentacles.
Once I catch up with agent carter season 2 and shield season 3, I've caught up with all the /co/ tv I enjoy (I've found arrow to be irredeemably shit as of late, if /co/ says that it vastly improves I'll give it another shot. I'm also leaving Lucifer for when it finishes airing).
What are some /co/ approved tv shows I should watch, that aren't actually /co/ related? I really fucking loved Penny Dreadful, and enjoyed both Fringe and the original 5 seasons of Supernatural quite a bit. (Is continuum still good? I liked the first season, but the second was like a roller coaster and left me with little drive to watch the third)
>just disarmed 2 goddamn atomic bombs