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  • and Sam.

  • This has to be subtle, subtle.

  • Got it.

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 Things you missed in the Falcon and The Winter Soldier.

  • Episode one actually crazy, crazy conspiracy theories, something they love.

  • I have poor circulation.

  • Let's keep this between me and you for this list.

  • We're looking at the Easter Eggs references and EMC you callbacks you might have missed in this episode of the Disney Plus series, since we will be talking about the episode in depth.

  • Beware of big spoilers flying your way.

  • Which of these flu under your radar let us know in the comments below Number 10.

  • Bucky's rewritten history paints him in a bad light.

  • Your civilian.

  • Now, with your history, the government needs to know that you're not gonna.

  • The first episode made the best use of the Smithsonian Museum by packing it full of great details.

  • One of the first things we see is Bucky's updated biography when we see his Smithsonian Bio and Captain America The Winter Soldier.

  • It said he lost his life during the war since childhood.

  • Bucky Barnes and Steven Rogers were inseparable on both schoolyard and battlefield.

  • Barnes is the only howling commando to give his life, but the updated display details Bucky's captured by Hydra and subsequent brainwashing.

  • It also explains how his return led to the events of civil war.

  • Since the public now knows Bucky's a former Hydra agent and a big reason why the Avengers split up, they might not see him too favorably.

  • A bad public opinion could be the main reason he tries to keep his secret identity and metal arm a secret throughout the season.

  • Premiere Gloves I have poor circulation Number nine, The End game plan and caps Fate are kept under wraps.

  • I do got to ask you, though, because they're like online.

  • There's just been a lot, A lot of stuff about Steve, actually crazy, crazy conspiracy theories.

  • Most Marvel fans could probably recite the end game plan by heart.

  • The Avengers had to go back in time, pick up the Infinity Stones and use them to restore the lives lost in the snap.

  • But the Smithsonian display in the first episode keeps the plan extremely big.

  • The most likely explanation is that the Avengers didn't want people knowing they could travel through time I believe the most likely outcome will be our collective demise.

  • Not if we strictly follow the rules of time travel.

  • Their willingness to keep their timey wimey shenanigans under wraps would also explain why the display says Cap retired after Tony Stark sacrificed himself.

  • But while the public isn't asking questions about time travel, people are still asking questions about Steve.

  • Will the Avengers ever come clean about endgames events, or will they let people believe Steve is chilling in space?

  • Some people, some people, they think that he's and the secret base on the moon looking down over US.

  • Number eight Captain America issue number one.

  • So today we honor Steve's legacy, but also we look to the future.

  • We're taking one last trip to the Smithsonian to point out one of the best Easter eggs in the premiere episode on the Wall dedicated to Captain America, we can spot his very first comic.

  • The image of the Star Spangled Man punching Hitler is the same iconic cover that was published in March 1941.

  • This cover is also a hilarious call back to the time Steve had to pretend to punch an actor playing the historical villain to raise money for the war effort.

  • I understand you're America's new hope.

  • Bond sales, like a 10% bump in every state I visit, including the image in the museum, was a great way for the show runners to pay homage to Steve's EU and real life origins.

  • Great, You know what you're doing?

  • Yeah, I've knocked out Adolf Hitler over 200 times.

  • Number seven Bat Rocks on the loose again.

  • You can request on all That's all it.

  • While Steve was trying to rescue hostages and Captain America the Winter Soldier, he came face to foot with bat rock.

  • The villain kept the first Avenger at bay with serious kicks and fighting skills.

  • Although Back Rock ultimately lost that fight, he found a way to get back to his villainous ways for The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.

  • Keep going.

  • We're close.

  • If we get to the border, he's not going to follow.

  • He proved himself to be a threat once again by matching Sam in combat and improvising when his kidnapping plan went sideways.

  • But bat rocks insane skills were no match for an Avengers determination.

  • We got fall back.

  • We got to call it off.

  • We got to find another way.

  • I just did.

  • Since Falcon didn't swoop in to arrest him, the villain will probably kick up some more trouble in the future.

  • Number six, where the first flag smasher crime takes place, Call themselves a flag smashes.

  • Was that a new thing?

  • Bad guys give themselves bad names.

  • There's a lot worse things than that one.

  • After the trailers teased that the flag smasher group was coming, we finally saw what they were capable of in a robbery scene.

  • So I don't know.

  • Jurisdiction works here, but I don't have to place you under arrest.

  • Before the enhanced flag smasher member knocked out Lieutenant Torres with ease, the audience was treated to a subtle Easter egg.

  • The robbery takes place in Switzerland.

  • In the comics, Carl Morganthal, the first person to become flag smasher, had a father who was a Swiss banker.

  • He started committing violent acts after his dad lost his life in a riot setting.

  • The robbery scene here is definitely a nod to flag smashers, country of origin.

  • Whether the rest of Karl's backstory will be used for the enhanced villain from the first episode or another character remains to be seen.

  • So this is the leader of the flag smashes, huh?

  • Yeah.

  • Real nice guy.

  • Number five.

  • The sad story behind Bucky's alcohol tolerance.

  • During Bucky's date with Leah, she notices he has no problem throwing back a lot of beer drinking.

  • What?

  • Drink?

  • Right.

  • And that's well, you really did drink.

  • Yeah, well, this seemingly innocent moment is a sad call back to an earlier you seen after Steve sees Bucky fall from a train.

  • He tries to drink to cope with his grief.

  • But he finds that the super Soldier serum makes getting intoxicated virtually impossible.

  • I can't get drunk.

  • Did you know that your metabolism burns four times faster than the average person?

  • Since Bucky was injected with a similar formula, we can only assume he can't get drunk either.

  • This small detail, maybe something that makes the former winter soldier feel a little less human than everyone else, no matter how much he might want to escape his past reminders of who he was forced to become keep appearing in his new life.

  • This is new for me.

  • I didn't have a moment to deal with anything.

  • You know, I had a little calm in Wakanda Number four.

  • Hidden details in the credit sequence.

  • And Sam.

  • This has to be subtle, subtle.

  • Got it.

  • Audiences were treated to a ton of Easter eggs when the credits rolled.

  • During the sequence, we see lines from the Psycho via accords introduced during Civil War.

  • We also see some of the words that were used to brainwash the winter Soldier.

  • Savoy Stop!

  • Xena is yet stop, but it was the phrase powerbroker watching that really gave us pause.

  • This ominous statement appears above mysterious blue vials that look like Super Soldier serum.

  • In the comics, a villain named Powerbroker experimented on humans to give them abilities like super strength.

  • If he's on the show, he may have used those blue vials to give people like that enhanced flag smasher member superpowers.

  • And if Power Broker is around, do Salmon Bucky know about him?

  • You don't think he could be a couple circle back to you?

  • Let's keep this between me and you.

  • Number three Bucky's list contains major villains.

  • Okay, Okay.

  • I crossed the name off the list of my immense yesterday.

  • Don't worry.

  • Use all your three rules.

  • When Bucky was talking about making amends, we saw him keeping a list of names since he wasn't courteous enough to write full names.

  • We'll just take a couple of wild guesses.

  • A Rostov could refer to Colonel Andre Rostov, aka Red Barbarian.

  • In the comics.

  • This Russian born citizen led a big organization of spies.

  • Given Bucky's complex history with the country, he might have run into Rostov while he was the winter Soldier.

  • While it's unknown, if the Red Barbarian will appear, we know the Hz mo on the list definitely will.

  • An empire toppled by its enemies can rise again, but one which crumbles from within.

  • That's dead.

  • The villain infamously framed and brainwashed Bucky in Civil War.

  • Judging by how Bucchi made amends with another name on his list, his reunion with Seema will probably be violent.

  • Rule number two.

  • What was Rule number two?

  • Nobody gets hurt.

  • It's a big one.

  • And why isn't there a rule?

  • Number one.

  • Number two.

  • John Walker's possible secret.

  • Join me in welcoming your new captain America.

  • A shocking scene revealed a man named John Walker was chosen to become the new Captain America.

  • But if he's anything like his comic book counterpart, he might be hiding a dark secret during the episodes.

  • Credit sequence Walkers Picture is shown with the words Manufactured Hero written over his face.

  • In one version of his origin story, he got superhuman abilities from the power broker.

  • Since we know the power broker exists in this universe, it is completely possible the new Captain America went to the villain to get powers.

  • Granted, Walker isn't the first enhanced person to get his power from an evil source.

  • But would the other Avengers see him favorably if they knew the new cap got his abilities from a supervillain?

  • First words I said, We're it feels like it belongs to someone else.

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  • Number one The next Falcon vase.

  • Yet another lieutenant, Joaquin Torres, gets a lot of screen time in the first episode.

  • Throughout his debut, we learned that he's intelligent, close with Sam and is willing to take risks for the greater good.

  • His heroic qualities Air force training and familiarity with Sam make him the perfect candidate to become the next Falcon.

  • I thought you were supposed to be monitoring them on my I was.

  • I did.

  • But you know, sometimes you got to get your hands dirty or broken Orbital.

  • You're lucky.

  • That's all you got.

  • Well, this may sound like a stretch.

  • Based on one episode, Torrez did have a history taking on the Falcon mantle in the comics.

  • If Sam decides to become the next Captain America, we somehow doubt Bucky is going to want to throw on the wings.

  • But Torrez seems ready and willing to take flight.

  • Keep an eye on it.

  • If anything gets serious, you let me know.

  • No doubt I'll.

  • I'll track the online chatter, see what they're saying.

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