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The Falcon And The Winter Soldier Episode 3 Spoiler Discussion

We are at the halfway mark of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and once it balanced humor, drama and action while continuing to develop a rich story. This week brought Emily VanCamp’s Sharon Carter (a.k.a. Agent 13) and Daniel Bruhl’s Zemo back into the narrative while also dropping in a few other familiar faces and names along the way, including Erskine and Ayo.

With John Walker and Battlestar at their heels, Sam and Bucky stayed one step ahead on their efforts to stop the Flag Smashers, going to Madripoor (which has deep ties to X-Men lore) to track down the origin of the new super soldiers a making for “one hell of a reunion.”

Join us as we take a deep dive into the show’s shocking moments and revelations as we discuss the episode and give our thoughts on what’s to come including the connections to the upcoming Wakanda series coming to Disney+.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Spoilers: Episode 3 Cameo Explained

To learn more about the series check out my interviews with Kevin Feige and with the cast.

Special Thanks: M. Collins, Mauricio Aguilar, himdeel, Fergus Mills, Miguel, Antonio Rogers, Wesley

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