WandaVision Episode Three

Marvel, Thoughts & Takeaways

I was fine until Geraldine referenced Pietro’s death, and then Disney thought it would be cute to recommend us to watch Age of Ultron.

MCU fans: oh my god that was intense.
Disney: watch Age Of Ultron to take your mind off it bestie!

As always, this is not a full review.


Now In Color

Photos from official WandaVision Twitter Account @WandaVision

“Wanda’s pregnancy fritzes her powers as she and Vision prepare for an accelerated delivery”  – Summary from Disney+


The world is starting to glitch

Herb was cutting the hedges into the divider wall but not stopping was a bit odd. It’s like he spaced out and started to think about his real life.

Wanda wants no criticism.

Wanda doesn’t want to hear any criticism of the world she created and makes sure to fix anything that seems abnormal. Once Vision was starting to get suspicious, she changed things and low-key gaslighted him. But he is slowly becoming more self-aware, so I expect him to continue questioning things.

Wanda saw Monica as a threat and exiled her.

Anyone that threatens Wanda’s newfound happiness will be dealt with accordingly. Geraldine, aka Monica Rambeau, just wanted to know what was going on with Wanda and made a big mistake while doing so. All of this makes Wanda sound like a villain, but she is not.


This entire situation is heartbreaking. Wanda made this world to have a somewhat normal life with Vision, but now it is slowly falling apart at the seams. The townies are becoming self-aware, and Vision is starting to ask questions. But Monica did the worst by referencing real-world events.

WandaVision Episode One & Two

Marvel, Thoughts & Takeaways

During San Diego comic con 2019, marvel announced WandaVision. The series promised to be a quirky, weird yet refreshing divergence from the usual marvel cinematic universe style. 

As a Wanda Maximoff fan, I was excited to see Wanda finally getting her time to shine, but I wondered how they would incorporate Vision into the show. I love Wanda and Vision. Their relationship was beautiful and heartbreaking, but they never got to have a normal relationship. In WandaVision, Wanda decides to create the happy ending she was robbed of no matter the cost.

As always, this is not a full review.


Episode One: Filmed Before a Studio Audience

Photos from official WandaVision Twitter Account @WandaVision

“Wanda and Vision struggle to conceal their powers during dinner with Vision’s boss and his wife.” – Summary from Disney+

It’s a legit sitcom, and it is bizarre. Something different for the MCU. I mean, I am a massive fan because I love this kind of stuff, but it is still a bit odd to see it in place in the marvel cinematic universe. 

The Commercials

I love the commercials. It makes me feel like I am watching an actual 1950’s show. The toaster aimed at the housewives made by Stark Industries? I want one.

Era Appropriate Sexism

Housewives being dainty, seduction is equivalent to stumbling so your husband can catch you. It is so ridiculous it is comical. 

They Don’t Have a Story

Wanda and Vision have a story, but in this reality, they do not. They are not an average couple. They don’t have an anniversary, a favorite song, or even a story about their first date. They are just there.


Episode Two: Don’t Touch That Dial

“In an effort to fit in, Wanda and Vision perform a magic act in their community talent show.” – Summary from Disney+

Pop of Color in the Bushes

I wonder why the helicopter was in color while everything was in black and white. It even had the same logo as the book at the end of episode one.

Creepy Occurrences

Who was calling out to Wanda? Was she doing that with her powers? Who was that person that was emerging from the sewage? Are they trying to wake her from this dream or reality that she has created for herself?


This first two episodes didn’t reveal much about the show’s overall plot, and I feel that in the coming episodes, we will learn more about that and more.