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The Falcon and the Winter Soldier: Weekly Post Credit Scene Check-in

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If you’re binging the series, use this guide for quick reference on whether or not any of the episodes have end credits scenes.
Marvel’s The Falcon and the Winter Soldier officially launched on Disney+ as the second part of the MCU’s Phase 4.

The sixth and final episode, “One World, One People” has now debuted, giving us our first look at Falcon’s transformation into a brand new, wing-equipped Captain America (and even changing the title of the show to match). Alongside Bucky and John Walker – who will now be known by his U.S. Agent moniker from the comics – the trio help save the captured members of the GRC from the radicalised Flag Smashers, but Karli Morgenthau and many of her super-powered group die in the process (with several deaths down to a car bomb organised by Zemo from the Raft).

As hinted at in episode 5, Sharon Carter is indeed the Power Broker, with many of the show’s machinations leading back to her door. With Karli dead (at Carter’s hand, no less), that fact is kept secret from the show’s heroes. With the GRC saved, Sam Wilson steps up to the Captain America to tell the resettlement council its mistakes, leading to a change in policy. Bucky comes to some closure around his murderous past, and Isaiah Bradley comes to terms with the idea of a Black man becoming Captain America. Sam even organises an addition to the MCU’s Captain America museum exhibit, adding a section about Bradley’s once-secret exploits, so that the country, and world never forgets his contribution.

But was there a post-credit scene…?

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode 6: Yes, There Is a Post Credit Scene

Yes, there was a post-credit scene this week in the sixth episode.

A mid-credits scene revealed Sharon Carter being given a full pardon by the US government, and an offer of a postion in her old division at the CIA.

Of course, during the course of the episode, we learn that Carter is also the Power Broker, and we see her lining up buyers for government secrets and technology before the episode ends.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode 5: Yes, There Is a Post Credit Scene

Yes, there was a post-credit scene this week in the fifth episode.

A mid-credits break revealed a distressed and defeated John Walker, having been previously stripped of the exalted Captain America mantle, crafting his own crude non-vibranium version of Cap’s shield, using his own Medal of Valor as part of the design.

Yep, no matter what the government says, he still sees himself as Captain America and it looks like we’ll be getting one more collision between Walker, Karli, and our heroes in next week’s finale.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode 4: No Post Credit Scene

No, there was no post-credit scene this week in the fourth episode.

Episode 4, “The Whole World Is Watching,” didn’t have anything after the credits started rolling, but it sure left us with one hell of a disturbing cliffhanger. A shot of Walker, dressed as Captain America, standing almost proudly with a blood-spattered shield after murdering Flag-Smasher Nico (Noah Mills) – with a shocked group of onlookers all having filmed the deed with phones.

On top of this, Zemo’s in the wind now. Still, it seems unlikely, at this point, that he’s secretly the Power Broker given how, when faced with scattered tubes of serum, he chose to destroy them and not recover them. How will Sam and Bucky track him down? Easy. Follow the colorful trail of Turkish delight.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode 3: No Post Credit Scene

No, there was no post-credit scene this week in the third episode.

“Power Broker” had no post credit tease, but it did end with a nice twist as Bucky encountered Florence Kasumba’s Ayo, a militant member of Wakanda’s Dora Milaje. Yes, it turns out John Walker wasn’t the only one tracking the adventures of Sam and Bucky. Ayo managed to find the duo in Latvia’s capital, Riga, after word got out that Zemo had escaped from prison.

What will Ayo do when Bucky tells her that he’s voluntarily working with Zemo for, presumedly, the greater good? Will she join the team or will the fact that Zemo murdered King T’Chaka be too much to overlook?

And who’s really running the show here? Who’s the ultimate puppet master? Is it the Power Broker, Zemo, or even Sharon (who looked to be very much connected and tapped into the Madripoor mayhem)?

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode 2: No Post Credit Scene

No, there was no post-credit scene in the second episode.

The story ended with Sam and Bucky deciding to pay a visit to Zemo in hopes of gaining intel on possible HYDRA players who could be out there handing out doses of Super Soldier Serum to the Flag-Smashers. Zemo, from what we can gather, never vanished during the Blip, as he’s still imprisoned in Berlin.

Now that Zemo’s been brought in the story, the only big player missing is Emily VanCamp’s Agent 13/Sharon Carter, who we learned this week was deemed an enemy of the state following the events of Civil War. Showrunner Malcolm Spellman recently explained that we’re going to see a “whole different” Agent 13 on this series, and that “Sharon Carter is going to emerge as a badass.”

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Cast and Characters

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode 1: No Post Credit Scene

No, there was no post-credit scene in the first episode.

The first week of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier focused on establishing Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes’ post-Endgame lives. In fact, the two didn’t even meet up with one another during the episode (though we know Bucky has been dodging Sam’s texts). There was also no post-credit scene this week.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

For more on Marvel’s The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, here’s our review of the fifth episode, plus a full explainer on Erin Kellyman’s leader of the Flag-Smashers.

You can also read all about Isaiah Bradley’s history from the comics and how Marvel opened up a full MCU website about Madripoor.

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