This week, Carter finds the stolen Stark weapons, but does little to clear his name—and the show loses a key character.

Title: “Time and Tide”

Directed by Scott Winant
Written by Andi Bushell

Hayley Atwell as Peggy Carter
James D’Arcy as Edwin Jarvis
Shea Whigham as Chief Roger Dooley
Lyndsy Fonseca as Angie Martinelli
Kyle Bornheimer as Ray Krzeminski
Meagen Fay as Miriam Fry
Bridget Regan as Dottie Underwood
Enver Gjokaj as Daniel Sousa
Alexander Carroll as Agent Yauch
Lesley Boone as Rose
Laura Coover as Molly Bowden
Patrick Robert Smith as Butch Wallace

Full cast and crew information may be found at the imdb

Premise

Carter and Jarvis lead SRR to the stolen Stark weapons—but the danger for both characters increases.

High Points

Hayley Atwell does an excellent job. She’s convincing as an action hero: strong, but not invulnerable. Yet the emotional moments also play well. I especially liked her concluding moments this week, as she tries to connect with her new friend, while keeping so many secrets from her.

Low Point

The boarding house shaming of Molly Bowden juxtaposes nicely with the wink-wink attitude towards Krzeminski and Stark’s sexual indiscretions, and it highlights the sexual double standard. It still makes no sense for Carter to place herself under so many restrictions, given her circumstances, and the house matron Miriam Fry feels a little too much like a comic-book parody.

The Scores:

Originality: 3/6

Effects: 5/6

Acting: 5/6

Story: 6/6

Emotional Response: 5/6

Production: 6/6 This episode has a more noir look, with many scenes occurring at night and New York looking just a little less shiny than it did last week.

Overall: 5/6.

In total, “Time and Tide” receives 35/42