Pietro is a freeloading brother that serves as comic relief, and I love that for him.
As always, this is not a full review.
All-New Halloween Spooktacular!
“Disturbances on Halloween separate Wanda from Vision, who looks into anomalous activity in Westview”– Summary from Disney+
Pietro said that Wanda suppressed the trauma of a ‘shared’ Halloween memory. But isn’t that Wanda has been doing this entire time? She is hiding the trauma of losing everything that she loved, and instead of confronting her trauma, she is ignoring it to live in this perfect version of Westview.
I Officially Dislike Director Hayward
He showed his true colors in this episode. Bringing up Maria’s death was so low of him. Saying that it’s a good thing Monica wasn’t here when her mother died because she could not handle it is terrible. Monica would do anything to see her mother again. Hayward is just upset that with a flick of Wanda’s wrist, he almost got killed by his agents, and now he wants to take on the most powerful avenger by himself even though he stands no chance against her power.
The Yo Magic Commercial
I didn’t understand it. It reminds me of the commercials I saw as a child, but I still don’t get it. There are probably some dark undertones to the commercial, so I’m just going to bask in my childhood nostalgia before I look up interpretations.
The Multiverse is Here
Wanda quizzed Pietro, and he didn’t know the answers because he is not the same Pietro Wanda knew. He is from a different universe. I am excited to see how they will pull off the multiverse, and I have faith that they will do it in a way that is not confusing and doesn’t retcon itself.