Just when you expected the fourth episode of WandaVision to follow the same line as the previous ones, we have a slight pause, one that already explains several details of the context behind the series.

The funny thing about this fourth episode of WandaVision is that prior to the premiere, Marvel Studios released a spoiler the size of the world with a clip that lasted no more than two minutes and gave us a little insight into the role that Captain Monica Rambeau plays in the Serie.

With this established, we are going to tell you what are all the Easter eggs and secrets revealed during the fourth episode of the new series that formally begins the fourth phase of the always loved and criticized Marvel Studios MCU.

Remember that there are many spoilers for the fourth episode of WandaVision, so we recommend that you take a tour of Disney Plus to catch up with the series.



The fourth episode of WandaVision begins with the reversal of Thanos’ snap that revived half of the living beings in the universe that had disappeared three years ago. This is the first time we have seen the process happen like this because all the characters are seen in complete confusion, and among them is Monica Rambeau, who is looking for her mother, Maria Rambeau, who died three years before after a surgery.

On the other hand, S.H.I.E.L.D. does not appear, but we do have S.W.O.R.D. whose acronym in Spanish means ‘Sentient Weapons Observation and Response Division’. In the comics it was Sentient World, but now they changed it. Within the facilities of this place, it is possible to see a plaque dedicated to Maria ‘Fotón’ Rambeau, who was already known that way since Captain Marvel.

After Monica is told that she cannot travel to space because her mother requested it, the also known as ‘Lieutenant Problems’ is entrusted to a mission in a place called Westville that is located in southern New Jersey . There she is waiting for James E. Woo, an FBI agent to tell her about the strange situation in the place.

It’s worth remembering that this isn’t Agent Woo’s first appearance, as we saw him before in the Ant-Man movies so we can find a missing witness. It is also here when we see where the helicopters that Wanda finds with the S.W.O.R.D. symbol come from, even a little joke is made to the models of what we now know are drones.



Darcy Lewis, a character played by Kat Dennings (Two Broke Girls), returns to the scene as she was contacted by S.W.O.R.D. and the F.B.I. to investigate everything that is happening inside WestVille. She discovers the broadcast signal from what appears to be the world of WandaVision.

Then we also discovered that that ‘bee keeper’ that the S.W.O.R.D. she was actually wearing another outfit, only when she crosses the barrier to the world of WandaVision the outfit transforms.

On the other hand, Darcy Lewis has an important role, at least in this episode, especially since she is discovering who is who within this entire television program that seems to be invented by ‘The Scarlet Witch’. They even ask themselves a very simple question: Wasn’t Vision dead?

Almost all the neighbors and friends are identified without problems, however, neither Agnes nor Dottie appear, we even realize that the former does not have a driver’s license with which she can identify, a detail that already raises some suspicions. .


Darcy Lewis explains that radio waves appear from Westville that allow us to see the WandaVision show and she discovers that with antennas it is possible to intervene a radio team in the program to ‘contact’ Wanda in some way. Later, Darcy realizes that somehow the broadcast is cut off or ‘censored’ by someone.

This is when everything begins to make sense as everything is a reality created by the powers of Wanda Maximoff. We even realized how poor Vision’s body is, which seems to be manipulated by the powers of the Scarlet Witch.

We also know why Monica Rambeau was kicked out of WestVille and how Wanda is controlling everything at her pleasure, even her babies. Now, all this more or less puts everything that can come in WandaVision in perspective, we could even bet that the “sitcoms” are not going to last long and the action is coming.

WandaVision only has 5 more episodes left, which will premiere on February 5, 12, 19, 26 and March 5. Let’s say we are about to enter the middle of the road and we can expect anything because there is still a lot of story to tell.


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