Yeah, that bugged me too. For a moment, I was hoping that Peggy was actually bluffing.ritchards said:"Unbreakable"? Yep, you can't break a One Time Pad, even if you know it was in Russian...
They could have written that scene better. I'm guessing the idea was not that she was a super code breaker, but that unlike the others, she knew the decoded message was written in Russian.ritchards said:"Unbreakable"? Yep, you can't break a One Time Pad, even if you know it was in Russian...
Sorry Bob, I love ya but actually it was "The Iron Ceiling" - I don't usually pick people up on things like that, but as you referred to the title as pun-tastic I felt kinda obligated.MovieBob said:"The Iron Curtain,"
I'm convinced Trip's grandpa was Gabe Jones, from CA: The First Avenger. Strangely, Dum Dum Dugan was the only Howling Commando (loved him howling through that hole in the wall with his shotgun) I recognized.DoctorM said:I kind of feel like Bob let us down on explaining references this week.
Were we supposed to know who the scientist Nikolai and his psychiatrist Ivchenko were?
Is Happy Sam Sawyer the grandfather of Antoine "Trip" Triplett? I'm not saying he had to be, but there weren't many other Howling Commandos.
Seriously, that Yeti story sounded like something that needs a Marvel Universe explanation. And the mermaids in Japan?
Edit: Just Googled Yeti and Marvel. That's funny... it COULD refer to a race of abominable snowmen (which we were told do NOT exist), but it could also refer to a character by the name Yeti who is an Inhuman. Hmmm.
Btw, with the dwindling number of episodes left, I'm now suspecting that the Agent Carter series is setting up villains for the back half of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Another Black Widow? 1950's Captain America? Maybe both?