The Coincidental Critic

Exploring the art of storytelling.

Slowly Moving Time and Tide


My favorite part of “Time and Tide” was when Mr. Jarvis gave an anonymous tip to the SSR.  In order to hide his identity, he spoke with a New York accent.  It was so out of character and extremely funny.  He did a pretty good job, I might add.

Being set in the 40s, “Time and Tide” had jazz music playing in the background of a few scenes.  It was refreshing to hear something different from modern music, and it further helped to set the scene.

Is it just me, or is “Agent Carter” kind of boring?  I’ve been having difficulty getting into the show.  Not much went on during “Time and Tide.”  And I’m still a bit confused about everything.  Were the boxes on the ship the only stolen weapons?  I would have expected there to be a lot more.  What does this mean about the investigation into Howard Stark?  And what about all those yellow glowing weapons from the premiere episode?  Along with all that, I personally don’t really care for Carter.  She’s super badass, but I don’t feel connected to her.  Because of this, I care very little about what happens to her in certain situations.

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