Episode 6 of Falcon and Winter Soldier-debuting on Disney + and Disney + Hotstar on April 23-is extremely active because its mission is to end the narrative clues of the entire season of the series. It defeated the topic of “flag smashers” once and for all, killing their leader Karli Morgenthau (Erin Kellyman) and her other super soldier buddies. It’s almost like the Marvel Cinematic Universe is trying to contain how many super soldiers are running around at any point in time. There is still John Walker (Wyatt Russell), now working for Contessa Valentina Allegra de Fontaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus). Valentina is one of the two new troublemakers besides Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp). Sharon Carter is in Falcon and “The Winter Soldier” episode 6 was confirmed as a power broker.

Curiously, episode 6 of “Falcon” and “The Winter Soldier”-despite the season and possible series ending-do not tell us about the future of their protagonist’s role.Unlike the hat worn by the previous MCU Disney + series WandaVision, there is no post-loan scene here, so we don’t know where to see it. falcon Next is Captain America/Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) or the Winter Soldier/White Wolf/Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stein). Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Pictures, and the creators and stars of “Falcon” and “The Winter Soldier” all stay in front of their mothers because of spoilers, but where are these spoilers now? This is the last episode.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode 6-directed by Kari Skogland and written by Malcolm Spellman and Josef Sawyer entitled “One World, One Person”-Starting from where we left off, Flag Smashers infiltrated the Global New York Headquarters Repatriation Committee (GRC) . GRC is basically like another form of the United Nations, it seems that its headquarters is more south (lower Manhattan) than the United Nations (midtown Manhattan). Both Sam and Bucky also arrived in New York. The former called for a salon flying in from Madripoor, located on the half of the Indonesian archipelago, in record time. Of course, neither of them realized that the mercenary Georges St-Pierre, who Sharon shot through the mercenary Sam, was in contact with the flag fighters.

When the new Captain America flew into the GRC building with his new suit and new color, Batroc and Sam faced each other. Karli saw Sam coming in and told her Flag Smashers of the same name to launch a biological attack in the GRC building and rushed the leader to the basement in accordance with the evacuation order. Thanks to the extensive support of Flag Smashers, they worked for them in almost every corner, so the evacuation was indeed a kidnapping. Karli delayed Bucky’s time on the phone to perform the operation. He thought she was trying to turn around, but he didn’t actually bother about it.

When the hostage (in the van of the New York Police Department) escaped, Sharon killed one of the supporters of the “Mashers” by implanting mercury vapor explosives on him. Given that we have learned about her from episode 5 of “The Falcon” and “The Winter Soldier,” is she helping Sam and Bucky, or is she just at a loss? Well, to be fair, both are feasible. Bucky is chasing NYPD’s van on a motorcycle, and Sam, who has been busy with Batroc, finally decides to fly away because he still has a lot of important things to deal with. That is, a helicopter containing senior officials of the GRC-this was conquered by Flag Smashers.

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Erin Kellyman (Erin Kellyman) as Karli Morgenthau in Episode 6 of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” (middle)
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Falcon and the Winter Soldier episode 6 further pushed Karli into a vicious area as she discussed the hostage plan with her friend Flag Smasher. The original plan was to use them only as bargaining chips for negotiating and ending the Patch Act. However, Carley has now shown a bloodier winning streak. She was ready to kill the GRC officer and sacrificed her life for it-Karli has gone all out. Compared with the rest of the Flag Smashers, the situation is not ideal, but they reluctantly agreed to cooperate with it.

When the helicopter flew over the Hudson Bay of the Falcon (Halson) and episode 6 of The Winter Soldier, Sam proposed a rescue plan. He sent his drone assistant Redwing to determine if anyone inside knew how to fly. He then contacted the person through her phone to accurately time the plan. Just as he brought out the Flag Smasher pilot and flew away with him, the woman took over the chopper control device.

At the same time, Bucky caught up with the two NYPD hostage vans taken over by Flag Smashers. Karli knew they had no time to waste, so they saved some of his lives by firing on one of the trucks. But at that time, Walker appeared wearing his new “Captain America” ​​shield and his old suit that he apparently had not yet returned to the US government. Since the new protective cover is not made of fiberglass, it will not cause much damage-it turns out that Flag Smashers are too powerful for Walker. Bucky, who managed to rescue the hostages, turned around and saved Walker. Karli knocked down Walker briefly, then rolled another hostage van off the bridge, distracting Bucky and Walker again.

Bucky, who was already on the ground, could only stand up and watch. Walker jumped in first and tried to prevent the truck from falling to the ground, even though he was being attacked by Flag Smashers. They eventually overwhelmed him, and everyone fell to the ground with Bucky. Just like the van might fall, Sam flew in by plane and managed to fix it in place with the help of Redwing. When the hostages left, onlookers cheered for the new captain’s American team.

When Sam landed next to the others, Karli expressed disappointment at the fact that he embraced the shield and suit. Although Batroc appeared and fired a few smoke bombs, there was not enough time for small talk to help Flag Smashers get out of there. Sam, Bucky and Walker chased them along the tunnel, and they were forced to separate. But in fact, Sharon was the first person to meet Cary. When she talked about Karli being the muscle of the salon and a certain kind of protégé, when talking about their Madripoor era, she confirmed that she was indeed a super agent. But they wanted something different, and Karli moved on. Sharon wants her to come back, but she is not interested. At this moment, Bart Rock walked in and revealed that Sharon had hired him to go to Carley.

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Karli is disturbed by Sharon’s attempt to monitor Flag Smashers, but Batroc has his own agenda. He pointed a gun at Carli and tried to blackmail Sharon to pay him more. Sharon didn’t like that and shot him, but Cary took this opportunity to shoot Sharon. In all the gunfire, Sam appeared and rescued Sharon, and then Karli could shoot her again. This makes the sixth episode of “Falcon” and “Winter Soldier” enter the battle between Karli and Sam, although in reality, it is more Karli offensive and Sam defending because he is unwilling to fight her. Annoyed that he would not fight her, she overpowered Sam, knocked him to the ground, and pointed a gun at him. But the injured Sharon got up and killed Cali before pulling the trigger. Everything is very dramatic.

Bucky and Walker used the Flag Smashers app to set a trap and took them into the arms of waiting for the New York City Police Department, thus taking a smarter approach.

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Sebastian Stan, Bucky Barnes in Episode 6 of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”
Image source: EliAdé/Marvel Studios

Sam flew out with Carli and laid her down on a stretcher. Accompanied by police, media, and GRC officials, the new Captain America begins a monologue. It started with a conversation with the GRC executives, who are still interested in continuing to implement the Patch Act. Sam needs to remind them in front of the reporters in front of the camera that they must do the right thing or they will face Karli 2.0. One reason is that the “flag smashers” have received so much support and people are willing to oppose a powerful government. GRC needs to realize how difficult it is for people with no privileges like them. Just like Sam, a black man in stars and stripes. Sam said that every time I lift up my shield, I know that thousands of people will hate me for it.

When Sam begged the politicians to do better, even Walker stood and listened, almost as if he realized that something was wrong. But it doesn’t seem like he has learned the complete lesson.

The Falcon and Winter Soldier episode 6 will be intercepted by the captured Flag Smashers, who is taken to Raft Prison. But, just as the truck pulled away, it was blown up. The camera turned to show an old man sitting in the car. Who is he? It turned out that he was working with Valentina, who more or less admitted that Walker’s wife, Gabrielle Byndloss, was behind her. They are waiting for Walker who is changing. Valentina was upset about how long it took and told him to do it quickly. Walker is wearing the same suit we have seen before, but now it is black. Walker said the same. Valentina said that the world does not need Captain America, but American agents can be used. This is a targeted reference to Walker’s identity in Marvel comics.

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Elsewhere, Bucky finally visited Yori (Takemoto Ken), the father of witnesses killed during the “Winter Soldier” era, and told him how he killed his son. He also left a package for his therapist, Dr. Raynor (Amy Aquino). This is a notebook, all the names on it have been crossed out. In a separate note, Bucky thanked her for all her help. He went to the restaurant he had visited with Yori, where he met him with the girl he knew. But he walked away without going in.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier move to Baltimore in episode 6, and Sam visits Isaiah again. Isaiah admitted that the GRC terminated their plan after listening to him and called Sam special. Then they resolved his situation with Captain America. Sam said that we fight for this country and shed blood for it, so he won’t let anyone tell him that he can’t fight for it. Then, Sam takes Isaiah and his grandson Elijah Richardson. They visited the Captain America area of ​​the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC, where Sam showed Isaiah himself as a hero, complete with golden statues and exhibits.

We went back to Sam’s hometown of Louisiana for a party. When Sam and Bucky looked towards the horizon, the sixth episode of The Falcon and Winter Soldier cut into the title card “Captain America and Winter Soldier”. (This is very close to the name of the movie we already have.) Hurry up, Bucky now walks past White Wolf. Of course, it should be Captain America and White Wolf. I tell you, Marvel doesn’t respect Bucky.

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Wyatt Russell plays John Walker in Episode 6 of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”
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But this is not the end of episode 6 of “Falcon” and “The Winter Soldier”. As Sam promised, there was a scene in the credit award ceremony where Sharon received a full pardon from the US government. Unless no one knows that she is a power broker. Outside, get her Agent Carter back-SHIELD is gone, so who does she work for? -She asks someone to line up for purchasers. Sharon can now use various weapons and is ready to sell them to the highest bidder.

The sixth episode of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” is now airing on Disney + and Disney + Hotstar. This is the last episode.

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