We need new heroes. Ones suited for the times we're in.
Appearing in "New World Order"
- U.S. Air Force
- Dr. Raynor (First appearance)
- Wilson Family Seafood (First appearance)
- Yori Nakajima (First appearance)
- Leah (First appearance)
- LAF (First appearance)
- Senator L. Atwood (First appearance)
- Flag Smashers (First appearance)
- Steve Rogers (Voice) (Only in flashback)
- Stark Industries (Mentioned)
- Avengers (Mentioned)
- Howling Commandos (Named only)
- Natasha Romanoff (Named only)
- Wanda Maximoff (Named only)
- Hydra (Only in flashback)
- RJ Nakajima (Only in flashback) (Only appearance; dies)
- Bucky Barnes' list
- A. Rostov (Named only)
- P.W. Hauser (Named only)
- F. Gannod (Named only)
- I. Tahlazar (Named only)
- H. Zemo (Named only)
- H. Henrikson (Named only)
- N. Sari (Named only)
- T. Osman (Named only)
- L. Kaminski (Named only)
- M. Kaminski (Named only)
- C. Kusnetsov (Named only)
- C. Holbein (Named only)
- Unique (First appearance)
- Paul Wilson (Named only)
- Darlene Wilson (Named only)
- Tony Stark (Mentioned)
- WHiH World News (Appears on a computer screen, TV, or hologram only)
- US Department of Defense
- Unnamed official (First appearance)
- Captain America (John Walker) (First appearance) (Unnamed)
- President of the United States (Mentioned)
Races and Species:
- Captain America's Shield
- Falcon's Wings
- Captain America's Uniform
- Winter Soldier's Bionic Arm
Synopsis for "New World Order"
Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes realize that their futures are anything but normal.
|Sam Wilson / Falcon||Anthony Mackie|
|Bucky Barnes / Winter Soldier||Sebastian Stan|
|John Walker||Wyatt Russell|
|James Rhodes / Rhodey||Don Cheadle|
|Joaquín Torres||Danny Ramirez|
|Karli Morgenthau||Erin Kellyman|
|Dr. Raynor||Amy Aquino|
|Sarah Wilson||Adepero Oduye|
|Cass||Chase River McGhee|
|Ancient Shop Manager||Gordon Danniels|
|Loan Officer||Vince Pisani|
|Government Official||Alphie Hyorth|
|Senator Atwood||Rebecca Lines|
|Colonel Vassant||Miles Brew|
|Kidnap Pilot||Erik Bello|
|Patron #1||Tyler Merritt|
|Café Patron||Ahmad Alhadi|
|RJ's Co-Worker||Wendy Rosas|
- Archive audio of Chris Evans as Steve Rogers from Avengers: Endgame is used in this episode.
- In the episode, Vassant is said to be a Captain in the Air Force, but the credits label him as a Colonel.
- Events from the films Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame are now retold in the Captain America section of the Smithsonian Institution, which was previously seen in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
- Director Kari Skogland previously directed the fourth episode of the Netflix series Marvel's The Punisher.
- The code of the aircraft stolen by Batroc at the beginning of the episode is "C-130," which is a reference to Captain America #130, wherein Captain America fights Batroc the Leaper.
- Joaquín Torres says there's a conspiracy theory that Steve Rogers is now living in secret on the Moon. A number of characters in Marvel Comics have lived secretly on the Moon, such as the Inhumans, Uatu the Watcher, and Nick Fury.
- Bucky's list of people to make amends with has a few references to Marvel Comics and other media.
- "A. Rostov" could be Andre Rostov, a.k.a. the Red Barbarian, who has had ties with the Winter Soldier in the comics.
- "P.W. Hauser" is most likely a reference to Paul Walter Hauser, an actor who worked with Sebastian Stan in the film I, Tonya.
- "L. Kaminski" could be a reference to Marvel Comics writer Len Kaminski, the co-creator of War Machine.
- "C. Kusnetsov" could be a reference to Dr. Kusnetsov, who created the robot Udarnik in the comics.
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