Marvel’s Agent Carter Recap: Season 2 Episode 3 “Better Angels”

By Patty Gopez | Jan 27th, 2016

On last night's all-new Marvel's Agent Carter Season 2 episode 3, "Better Angels" (originally airing January 26, 2016), Peggy’s search for the truth about Zero Matter puts her on a collision course with her superiors as Howard Stark barnstorms in. For more intel on Agent Carter, access the Marvel's Agent Carter recap Field Report below for the "Better Angels" episode.

Stark Returns: After a lapel with the logo of the Arena Club appears in Jason Wilkes' belongings, Peggy goes to her old friend Howard for the scoop. He explains the social club to Peggy, pointing out that Wilkes would never be able to join the males-only club due to the color of his skin. So why was the lapel in Wilkes' possession? 

 

There's a Girl in the Boys Club: With Howard's help, Peggy sneaks into the Arena Club to plant listening devices for clues. She gets more information than she bargained for and has a very close encounter with security. 

He's Alive!: When a side effect of Zero Matter haunts Peggy, she turns to the only one she knows could help: Howard. After he creates an emulsion, Peggy learns that Wilkes is still alive... er, sort of. Wilkes explains what happened the night of the explosion, revealing that Whitney Frost was at Isodyne that night. Unfortunately, Howard’s emulsion doesn’t last and Wilkes fades away. 

Attacked: When Peggy confronts Whitney about the night of the explosion, Calvin Chadwick's actress wife is defensive and dismissive toward Peggy. Later, Whitney convinces her husband to call Mr. Hunt to take care of Peggy. A masked Mr. Hunt attacks Peggy, but she's saved just in the nick of time by Jarvis

 

Meet Agnes Cully: After doing some digging, Sousa discovers that Whitney Frost is not only an actress, she’s an inventor. Whitney’s real name is Agnes Cully and she’s the brains behind Isodyne Energy. 

 

Watch all-new episodes of Marvel's Agent Carter TUESDAYS 9|8c on ABC.

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