WandaVision Episode 4 Connects The Dots Of Avengers: Endgame

(L-R): Kat Dennings as Darcy Lewis and Randall Park as Jimmy Woo in Marvel Studios' WANDAVISION exclusively on Disney+. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.

Viewers seemed divided over the first three episodes of ‘WandaVision’. On the one hand, there were those excited by a series so mysterious and cryptic that it came disguised as a sitcom. On the other, those who did not expect to have to “endure” three episodes of the retro costume to get anywhere. If you are one of the first, perhaps the fourth episode has disappointed you, if you belong to the second group, you should be in luck.

The fourth episode of ‘WandaVision’, ‘We interrupt the show’, is an explanation for the first three episodes. Like Monica Rambeau, we left the Wanda and Vision sitcom to see the other side, the one from the FBI and SWORD camp that awaits outside Westview trying to learn about the phenomenon. But let’s not rush it, the most interesting thing about the episode is by far it’s beginning, one that serves as an epilogue to ‘Avengers: Endgame’ and as a teaser for ‘Captain Marvel 2’. We found out that Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) was one of the people missing from Thanos’ snap. We just know her coming back from the dust, from the ashes, a kind of backtracking to the impressive ending of ‘Infinity War’ that had remained out of the field in ‘Endgame’. Monica recovers in a hospital in understandable chaos to learn that her mother died of cancer during her 5-year absence.

Yes, ‘WandaVision’ is a sitcom broadcast and created by Wanda that is collecting SWORD. Yes, Monica Rambeau was Geraldine, an undercover agent. But, in addition to the reasons for Scarlet Witch, the episode has opened another line of mystery, that of the rest of the inhabitants of Westview. All the characters in the cast are missing persons, forced into roles. That is, if Wanda is ultimately the culprit, she is also guilty of multiple kidnappings. Although with a traumatic life, let us remember that Scarlet Witch was a member of the avengers. Vision’s death must have upset him a lot to kidnap dozens of people and handle them at will. Another confirmation of Wanda’s dark side is the completion of the scene in chapter 3 in which she violently expels Monica Rambeau from her world, making her go through several walls.

Is this really the Wanda we know? The answer, probably, we have it shortly after. Following her run-in with Geraldine / Monica Rambeau, Scarlet Witch has remembered not only her brother who died at the hands of Ultron but also Vision’s death at the hands of Thanos. If each and every one of the inhabitants of Wanda’s sitcom is real people trapped, Who is Vision? Is it his corpse, as you see it for a few seconds after remembering his death? That would lead to another question, are the twins’ flesh and blood and can they live outside of the sitcom? Who is the protected witness who was in Westview? If to that we add the expected return of Pietro, aka Quicksilver, Wanda’s deceased brother, we find that we have to backtrack in our opinion.

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