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Do not read on unless you have watched episodes one to five. So much to discuss this week, as plot lines come together and characters explain themselves in an hour-long instalment that felt more like a standalone film than an episode of a series. We picked up exactly where things left off last week, immediately after Walker killed a Flag Smasher in a town square, watched by hundreds of people with smartphones. As the three of them got to it, there was a strong callback to the final three-way fight of Captain America: Civil Waralthough nowhere near as finessed.
Has Bucky forgotten how to fight? Or is Walker just that much stronger? Thankfully, Bucky woke in time to stop him; our heroes overpowered Walker and retrieved the shield.
In a hearing in Washington, Walker was disciplined and stripped of rank, pension and — perhaps most importantly — the title of Captain America. A quick nod to Wyatt Russell here, who continues to do great things in a complex role. When asked by them if he killed the Flag Smasher because he was the man who killed Lemar, he said yes. It was a quiet week for Karli and her gang. They spent most of this week licking their wounds and plotting something big for the finale.
In an interview with Malcolm Spellmanhe said there would be a new character introduced to the MCU in this episode, and dropped a of clues — it was a character known in the comics, not an Avenger and would be played by a famous face. Of course, the theory mill went into overdrive, but none were right. Enter Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Contessa Valentina Allegra de la Fontaine, dressed from head to toe in black and looking fabulous in high-heeled boots, oversized shades and hoop earrings.
Isaiah meets Sam, old meets young. His fellow soldiers being experimented on while being told they were receiving tetanus shots is all too similar to the Tuskegee syphilis study conducted by the US government between the 30s and 70s, while Isaiah mentions the Redtails, the nd Expeditionary Operations Group, a predominantly black unit of the US air force founded during the second world war. And, even if they did, no self-respecting black man would ever want to be.
And, finally, the moment we had all been waiting for, so heavily featured in the trailers: Sam and Bucky practicing with the shield.
When I originally wrote this, I said Sharon Carter made a small appearance and asked what the job was she was handing out. She was clearly on the phone to Batroc, hiring him. This does make me wonder what his real mission is, aside from killing Falcon. Has Sharon hired Batroc to kill or capture the Karli? Personally, I still think it means she works for the Power Broker, but, as I literally just admitted, I have been wrong before. Zemo got his comeuppance, captured by Bucky and handed over to the Dora Milaje to be taken to the Raft, the high-security prison beneath the sea.
When Isaiah told his story about breaking out of the facility to rescue his friends, he lifted his shirt to show the scar he received for his troubles. Maybe my eyes were still blurry, but was the mark on his side very similar to the Flag Smasher logo? Hello again, Georges St-Pierre, making another welcome appearance as Batroc. When will we see Zemo again? What is Walker planning? Have your say below. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: episode recaps Marvel. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier episode five recap: truth, consequences and a famous face.
Photograph: Chuck Zlotnick.
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