Thank you! It's always nice to talk with someone, who understands you. I still think that SHIELD and CIA are two pretty different things. Like, SHILED is Peggy's legacy. CIA is... Well, I don't even properly understand what were they doing in Berlin, tbh. It must have been Interpol instead. Well, yeah, Sharon was the first, but I don't believe that the other agents would have let CB kill the guy. They all followed Cap (Captain's orders), not Sharon alone. Many (in other rooms) died for Cap, so... Yeah. But far from always adults love the work they dreamed of as a child. And you might make this conclusion from her line here... But all of her following actions actually debunk it. Which is a shame. This is one of my huge disappointments. Like, comic-books Sharon has always been about her work being her #1 love. She prioritizes her work over her love life. But in Civil War it's completely the opposite. And it's not simply just because she helps Cap, but the way she does it. When Cap tells her she's gonna lose her job and go on the run, there is no hint of any regret whatsoever. She's never been shown struggling between Cap and her job, she never thinks how to make her boss do the right thing, how to help Cap and catch Zemo legally. She never tries any of that and it very much contradicts all the previous hints that she might love her work very much. Like if you think from the very start that your boss is wrong and Cap is right, then why have you been working there for so long? Why don't you give your boss a credit of a doubt, if you believe in your job? They didn't have any time for her development and instead of showing respect to the character and omitting her from the movie altogether, they turned her into plot- and LI-device. They've made her character being all about Steve and that sucks. The worst way to depict your female character is to make her revolve around a man. I just don't think that the lack of proper explanation of the way team IM found team Cap is a tiny plot hole. I still think it's rather significant. And yeah, I agree, I like to speculate too. It's just that it's very hard to speculate regarding Sharon, since we know so little about her. It's not like with the other well-established characters. And I really don't want to use 'What Would Peggy Do' regarding her. It makes me feel like the creators have given Steve a consolation prize, since he is unable to have Peggy. I still think that Sharon Carter is the biggest mistake the Russos have made in the MCU so far. She was fine in TWS, but CW screwed her up. Maybe it's one of the reasons why I like TWS more than CW. TWS was almost perfect, but CW has too many missing parts for my taste.