Angie’s back for Agent Carter season two, but not how we’d hoped

 

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Warning: The following article contains minor spoilers for Agent Carter Season Two.

Agent Carter may be off to Hollywood, but it unfortunately doesn’t look like her best gal pal will be joining her. Lyndsy Fonseca, who played fan favorite Angie Martielli in Agent Carter‘s first season, was conspicuously absent from the casting announcements made for the show’s second season at New York Comic Con in October. This was of great disappointment to fans who grew to love the aspiring actress and automat waitress, prompting one cosplaying attendee to shout “Where’s Angie?” at Marvel’s head of television, Jeph Loeb during the panel. His only response? “I have people in Hells Kitchen that could deal with you…”

However, it seems that Marvel has finally broke the silence on Fonseca’s apparent vanishing act from the bill on December 24th. In a spoilery interview with Entertainment Weekly, executive producer Michele Fazekas revealed that Fonseca will indeed reprise her role, but only as a cameo appearance in a dream sequence musical number that opens Episode Nine. Angie will apparently serve as Peggy’s conscience, able to voice the things that she struggles to admit to herself.

The news is bittersweet for fans; while it’s good to know that Angie will be back, it’s sad that it will only be in a brief cameo. The pair did move in together in the Season One finale, and Angie is an aspiring actress, so Hollywood seems like a proper setting for her. For now, I guess we’ll have to settle for a Broadway style musical number and keep our fingers crossed for Season Three.

What do you think? Are you disappointed that Angie will only have a brief cameo in Agent Carter’s second season? Are you a Cartinelli fan? Let us know in the comments and watch the new Agent Carter teaser below!

Marvel’s Agent Carter Second Season will debut on ABC January 19th.

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