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In June 1943 , Carter was assigned to Colonel Chester Phillips ' training base ; she was the first to meet the candidates up for the Project Rebirth. When Private Gilmore Hodge mocked her English heritage and the fact that she was a woman, she promptly punched him across the jaw, much to Chester Phillips ' approval. Carter oversaw potential candidates' training for Project Rebirth , including a skinny but determined Steve Rogers . She smiled each time Rogers would do something smarter or braver than the other candidates, such as dispatching a flagpole to retrieve a flag or diving on a grenade, not knowing it was a dud, to protect others.

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Carter and Sola go back to the Tharks and ask for their help, but discover that Tarkas has been overthrown as Jeddak by Tal Hajus. Tarkas, Carter, and Sola are subjected to a gladiatorial contest with two gigantic white Martian apes. After defeating them and easily killing Hajus, Carter is acclaimed leader of the Tharks. A vast Thark army, with Carter at its head, advances on Zodanga, then on Helium, and stops the wedding ceremony. Sab Than reveals his true intentions and sends his soldiers to attack Helium's soldiers, but the combination of Carter, Dejah, the Tharks and the Helium army defeats the Zodangian army in a huge battle, killing Sab Than. Carter then marries Dejah himself and becomes Jeddak of Helium. That night, Carter decides to stay forever on Mars and throws away his medallion. Seizing this opportunity, Matai Shang re-emerges from hiding and sends Carter back to the Earth, before leaving Mars forever (he isn't seen again in the film after this scene).

"Space" was conceived as a low-budget bottle episode , due to several earlier episodes having exceeded their budgets. [3] Series creator Chris Carter was inspired to write the episode after reading about news of the "face on Mars"—an instance of pareidolia wherein a mound in the Cydonia region of Mars was taken to resemble a human face. [4] Although the episode made use of a significant amount of inexpensive stock footage from NASA, the construction of the command center set was subject to cost overruns, eventually leading the episode to become the most expensive of the first season. [5] Carter blames this on the infeasibility of showing the astronauts in the stricken shuttle, requiring additional exposition to explain their situation—something he found he could not manage "on an eight-day television budget". [4] Carter also claims that the episode suffered from being filmed shortly after the pilot episode was broadcast, with the crew overwhelmed by the input, noting that "everything was happening at once". [3]

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