Quote1.png You think you can just wake up one day and decide who you wanna be? It doesn't work like that. Well, maybe it does for folks like you. Quote2.png
-- Isaiah Bradley

Appearing in "The Star-Spangled Man"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


  • Flag Smashers
    • DeeDee (Unnamed)
    • Lennox (First appearance) (Unnamed)
    • Diego (First appearance) (Unnamed)
    • Gigi (Unnamed)
    • Matias (Only appearance; dies)[1] (Unnamed)
    • Dovich (Unnamed)
    • Nico (First appearance) (Unnamed)
    • Karli Morgenthau (Real name first revealed)

Other Characters:

Races and Species:



Synopsis for "The Star-Spangled Man"

John Walker is named Captain America, and Sam and Bucky team up against a rebel group.


  • The high school marching band at the beginning of the episode play a rendition of "Star Spangled Man" from the film Captain America: The First Avenger.
  • Bucky says he read the fantasy novel The Hobbit when it originally came out in 1937, but the novel was only published in London in 1937, with publications in the United States starting months later in 1938.
  • The birthplace and childhood home of civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr. appears in the background of the scene Sam and Bucky visit Baltimore, even if Dr. King was born in Atlanta. This is because the series was filmed in Atlanta. King's home also appears in the background of the scene where Sam is racially profiled by the Baltimore police.[2]
  • This episode uses the same establishing shot footage of Germany as used in Captain America: Civil War, just without the large location name titles.



Character Actor
Sam Wilson / Falcon Anthony Mackie
Bucky Barnes / Winter Soldier Sebastian Stan
John Walker Wyatt Russell
Lemar Clé Bennett
Joaquín Torres Danny Ramirez
Isaiah Bradley Carl Lumbly
Zemo Daniel Brühl
Karli Morgenthau Erin Kellyman
Dovich Desmond Chiam
Gigi Dani Deetté
DeeDee Indya Bussey
Lennox Renes Rivera
Diego Tyler Dean Flores
Matias Ness Bautista
Dr. Raynor Amy Aquino
Eli Bradley Elijah Richardson
Nico Noah Mills
Olivia Walker Gabrielle Byndloss
Alonso Barber Mike Ray
Rudy Neal Kodinsky
Herself Sara Haines
Cops Scott Parks, Richard Christian Wooley
Drunk Ian Covell
Nervous Employee Jonathan Horne
Neighborhood Kid Jecobi Swain
Drumline Drum Major Rashaad Horne
Drumline Dancers Monique McNeal, Haley Daykin, Taya Bluiett, Sheena Brown, Sheneè Campbell

Recommended Media

  • None.

Links and References


  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
  2. u/Internet_Online (30 March 2021). Did anyone else recognize this location used in Episode 2?. Reddit. Retrieved on 01 April 2021.

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