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On Tuesday’s Agent Carter, three powerhouse women will throw down as each attempts to achieve her mission, some of which are more noble than others. Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) decides to break Dottie Underwood (Bridget Regan) out of prison to stop Whitney Frost (Wynn Everett) from causing any more harm. Of course, Dottie isn’t exactly the most reliable SSR recruit, which means Jarvis (James D’Arcy) will have his hands full when the two go undercover at one of Calvin Chadwick’s parties.

To find out what happens when Dottie and Whitney meet and more, check out what Regan revealed in our interview with the actress below.

Do you think Peggy made the right call, deciding to break out Dottie? Is it really worth the risk?
Bridget Regan: Well, Peggy is too injured to go out on her own and she’s left with no other choice. She knows no other woman who could handle the situation like Dottie can, and she’s left with no other choice, which is so fun for Dottie, because how delicious and validating is it that she comes to her? Obviously, she’s bored out of her mind in jail and Peggy comes to her for help.

How does Dottie react to Peggy asking for help?
Regan: It’s just pure joy. I love working with Hayley so much. She’s so talented and so strong. It’s so great to play that, “Oh, well, you need me. How fun is this going to be?” Dottie’s a little bit obsessed with Peggy, so there’s no one she would rather see come through that door.

Does Dottie actually intend to help Peggy or is she just interested in toying with her?
Regan: I think that Dottie is wanting to, obviously, number one, get out of jail. So she has to cooperate to a certain extent. Her real motives are unclear, which I love. Last season she was working with Fenhoff and you could tell she was just a soldier with her marching orders and now, there’s a line in an upcoming episode that she’s a girl without a country, an assassin without a target. I love that, because it really shows who she is. She’s like an agent of chaos. She doesn’t know what’s coming next and we don’t know her motives. It’s not clear.

For the rest of the great interview with Bridget, head over to TVGuide

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