TV Review: Agent Carter, 1.06, “A Sin to Err”

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Agent Carter has been building to “A Sin to Err” all season long; it’s the moment where the walls have Peggy corralled. She’s pretty much on her own and without a single person, other than Jarvis, to call “friend,” though that more or less sums up her dynamic over the course of the show. But even in the last five episodes, where her male SSR colleagues have ignored her, disdained her, and underestimated her, she has at least had them in her corner in a functional sense. Now, they’re as much her enemies as Dottie and Ivchenko, maybe even more so. Carter has been trained to deal with people like them. She might not be quite so well equipped for an interrogation room chat with her former allies.” (Via Paste Magazine.)

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