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This Latest Episode of ‘WandaVision’ Has Left Me Frustrated

Every week of WandaVision has left me pleased on some level, even the fourth episode which was the last episode to leave me a little underwhelmed, but this was the first episode that has literally left me looking like this emoji:😡.

I’ve loved this show up to this point. The humor was spot-on and left me constantly giggling or laughing. The clues and nods to the truth of the show left me riveted and brewing my own theories about the series. And the endgame of it all felt like we would be getting something truly exciting. Now, I’m not quite sure this show is going to end the way I hope it does: epic!

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‘WandaVision’: So Much To Talk About!!!

What can I say about yesterday’s jaw-dropping, groundbreaking episode? Well…it left me in a tizzy. I watched it a record four times yesterday, and that’s mainly to grasp as many details as I could because it was like the episode was shooting a bazooka load of easter eggs at me. So, with no further delay, let me try to calmly and collectively unscramble all these thoughts in my brains and write a cohesive post. Enjoy!

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‘WandaVision’: We’re Finally Getting Some Answers!

Okay everybody, it’s week 3, the fourth episode, and yeah we’re finally getting somewhere but that doesn’t mean the show is suddenly starting to make sense.

We’ve finally been given an explanation about S.W.O.R.D and Monica’s involvement, which was awesome by the way, but the question (“What the heck is happening?”) still hasn’t been fully answered.

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‘WandaVision’: My Analysis of ‘Now in Color’

WandaVision is three episodes in and yeah, it’s just as spectacularly weird and entertaining as I imagined it would be. The last two episodes gradually revealed to us that everything in Westview is not as it seems but this third episode has finally pushed us a little over the edge into the true, and maybe even sinister, nature of this series.

The first thing I would like to point out in this episode is Vision.

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‘WandaVision’: That Third Episode!

This show has my brain tied up into knots as each episode pushes us deeper and deeper into the mystery of the series. The third episode, set in the 70s’, is the funniest episode yet with more humorous moments from Wanda and the surprise comedy relief that is Paul Bettany as Vision.

There’s jokes galore and so much joy but then the show continues to turn to a darker side by revealing to us in several different ways that something is very, very wrong.

I find myself even more surprised and excited for what’s ahead. It’s very clear that these next six episodes are only going to get better and better and I am ecstatic!

And yeah, I’m sticking to my theory that Wanda is going to be a villain by the end of this series. You’ll know why I’m saying that if you see this episode.

I thank you for reading and