'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier' Finale Episode 6: Who is the real Power Broker? Here are the SHOCKING theories

Here are all the theories that might get answered in the finale episode of 'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier


                            'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier' Finale Episode 6: Who is the real Power Broker? Here are the SHOCKING theories
A still from 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' (Disney)

‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ has been one of the most well-balanced TV shows in recent times. The show is filled with hi-octane action sequences, but it also focuses on how every character is fighting his or her inner demons to become better at what they do. Episode 4 saw John Walker (Wyatt Russell) finally realizing that he is not a “super-soldier”. However, his partner’s death forces him to take the “serum” and get the strength that he needed to fight Flag-Smashers.

Episode 5 made us realize that the chemistry between Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) makes the show even more amazing.

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The show is now set to air its epic final episode and fans cannot wait to see their favorite characters back on the screen once again. Despite many amazing moments, viewers must be waiting for some answers as well and they will be really disappointed if the makers did not connect all the loose ends before the show comes to a conclusion.

While the recent episode touched many interesting plot lines, it has kept many things mysterious. Here are all the theories that might get answered in Episode 6 of the Disney+ series.

Wyatt Russell as John Walker (Disney+)

Who is the real Power Broker?

A lot has been said about Power Broker since the last three episodes but we still don’t know anything about the character’s real identity. According to Marvel Comics, the authoritative alias belongs to Curtiss Jackson. It is also the name of an organization headed by Jackson. Initially headed up by Curtiss Jackson, Power Broker developed a device that could give people superpowers.

Emily VanCamp as Sharon Carter (Disney+)

The frontrunner in the debate over Power Broker’s identity is Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp). Her actions in Madripoor have been really shady and it is really tough to understand if she is with the good guys or the bad ones. Carter has evidently lost faith in everything Steve Rogers stood for. She was exiled for what she did in the MCU and after seeing how Steve's other friends have been treated since ‘Captain America: Civil War’, Sharon's punishment doesn't fit her crime whatsoever. Could her sad story be a cover for Sharon's turn to villainy?

Will Bucky find closure?

In one of the episodes, we saw glimpses of Bucky’s time in Wakanda and how Ayo (Florence Kasumba) helped in deprogramming Bucky. The member of the Dora Milaje recites the Winter Soldier activation words, but Bucky manages to resist the pull of his former programming, making Ayo conclude that he is “free.” However, the show’s first episode saw Bucky having lunch with Nakajima (Ken Takemoto) and later finds out that he killed his son as the Winter Soldier.

Bucky Barnes and Yori Nakajima in 'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier' (Disney+)

A little thing from his past came to haunt him again and he will undoubtedly want it to go away as soon as possible. Sam gave him a brilliant idea of making amends with at least one person on his list to escape his past. This might be an indication that Bucky might return home and tell Nakajima that he killed his son.

It will be really emotional to see how Nakasima reacts to his confession if it happens. On the other hand, Bucky might finally feel free.

The birth of US Agent

In the previous episode, John Walker’s aggressive nature turned out to be the reason for his downfall and he was told that he could no longer be Captain America. He did not take the message well and felt that whatever he did was appropriate. Fans saw him working on a shield of his own in the mid-credits scene of Episode 5 and we might see him wearing a new suit as well.

John Walker trying to make his own shield (Disney+)

The ardent fans of Marvel Comics sensed what is going to happen next. Walker is all set to become the US Agent and embark on a journey to become a new hero. It will be interesting to see how the government tries to erase everything about Captain America and come out with its new creation.

The finale might be the perfect stage to unveil the new character.

Is America ready for a Black Captain America?

The show has done exceptionally well in showing how some of the Black characters have tackled racism. But most importantly, it is yet to be seen if the nation is ready for someone from the Black community to be their hero. In the finale episode, we might get to see the US government allowing Sam to be Captain America now that he is willing to take the responsibility.

Sam Wilson in a still from 'The Falcon And The Winter Soldier' (Disney)

Let’s see what the future holds for Sam.

The finale episode of 'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier' airs on Disney+ on Friday, April 23.