I just said ok. You don't want to categorize sex or race. It's fine. I was just giving an idea for a category since other wikis are doing it: like Riverdale, Arrowverse, Scream, Degrassi, and DC Extended Universe. I wasn't trying to be offensive.
Yes. For one, the Zodiac events of the Agent Carter One-Shot take place after the events of the Agent Carter TV show. The One-Shot, though it came out first, ends with Howard founding S.H.I.E.L.D. In the TV show, Peggy still worked for the SSR & S.H.I.E.L.D. hadn't been formed yet.
I meant to address this on your wall, Spider-Man on YouTube, and I realize I ended up replying to a message you left on David's wall. Apologies for the intrusive nature of the response, though the statement still stands.
Oh, very much so. I believe there was this discussion years back, and BEJT among others weighed in. A lot of things on this wiki are arguable: such as the whole time travel thing (again, BEJT being a main contributor in those arguments). I don't think they ever got truly solved, the wiki just sort of picked up alternate timelines + One-Shot after the show as canon & sticking with it, it seems.
By all means, if the discussion were to get reignited & a new 'canon answer' picked, that works.
Spider-Man on YouTube wrote: So Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter after the show?
That seems to be the "accepted answer". But there's been an argument against it in the past. Rather than edit warring, though, if you wish you may use the Peggy Carter talk page and state a case otherwise.
David Kaique wrote: One of the showrunners suggested that the one-shot takes place after the show.
Yes, because S.H.I.E.L.D. didn't exist at the time of the show. Hence why I personally agreed with said assessment.
But it's also an argued point when it comes to confirmations: for example, the screenwriters of Avengers: Endgame have not just suggested but explicitly stated that Steve Rogers went into the past of the main timeline & thus was always married to Peggy and was always the father of her kids.
The Russo Brothers contradict this by stating she had her family in the original timeline & Steve created an alternate timeline. Despite both sources being official and reputable, the wiki goes with the Russo Bros. assertion as canon, as any changes made from 'alternate timeline' to 'same timeline' will get reverted by admin(s).
So even with a showrunner stating the One-Shot takes place after the show, like Marvelus has said, it can be argued otherwise as well. I think if we were to revive a discussion on this, an admin would have to get involved to "pick" what canon answer we go with.
Well, but the facts are that it says it's set 1 year after February 1945, it says it's set in March 1946, the first episode of Agent Carter features a flashback to it, and Markus and McFeely said Season 1 is set around the same time as the one-shot. It's definitely set in 1946, just before the show.
One co-showrunner said (at the time of Season 1, not even necessarily knowing what they would do with a Season 2 if given one) to imagine the show as leading up to the one-shot because the show would end with her joining S.H.I.E.L.D., but it wasn't a clear and exact comment, was only applicable really to Season 1, is vastly outweighed by the evidence, and the part about her joining S.H.I.E.L.D. after the show fits anyway.