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All signs indicate that Wanda and Vision are trapped in a certain structured reality. Just like actual text symbols: the billboard welcoming visitors to Westview town uses the slogan “home is the home you make” implying this artificial nature.
for the kids
Vision wanted to call the baby Billy by William Shakespeare’s name and provide another reference for the essence of reality (“The whole world is a stage…”). Wanda prefers the American name Tommy.
They are lucky because it turns out that they have twins! In the comics, Wanda’s desire for children leads to some dramatic (tragic) storylines. Her twin boys were found to be fragments of the demon Mephisto, and they may or may not appear in the show. Recently, Wanda’s adult sons Billy and Tommy joined the Youth Avengers as heroes Wiccan and Speed.
In episode 3, the abnormal progression of Wanda’s pregnancy is evident in its disturbing acceleration, but it also implies that the baby is somewhat artificial. In the third episode, Wanda unknowingly brought life to various inanimate things, including paper butterflies and stork paintings. She was also somehow associated with the technology and infrastructure in the Brady Bunch style environment, and her shrinkage affected household gadgets and drained power.
As soon as the vision began to doubt the unfamiliar reality in which they lived, it malfunctioned in the show. His vision receded for a few seconds, but this time his suspicion disappeared. It’s not clear how this happened, but when the beekeeper came out of the manhole in episode 2, we clearly saw that Wanda was rewinding. The question remains, whether anyone else is responsible for reality and preventing Vision from seeing the truth, or Wanda is responsible for herself-she will even manipulate her beloved Vision to prevent the cruel reality.
In episode 1, we saw the Stark Industries toaster. In episode 2, this is a Hydra watch. In the third episode, the evil Hydra brand returns as an advertisement for Hydra Soak Luxury Bath Soap. The first two ads seem to come from Wanda’s memory, and this seems to be related to the pressure of the upcoming parents.
The voice-over once again hinted at an artificial reality (“Escape to your own world…”). At the same time, the slogan of the advertisement is “Look for the goddess inside.” This may mean two things: Wanda can release goddess-like power within itself, or it may mean that the goddess is trapped in something in some way-it may mean that Wanda and Wiz live in the real world.
The actors in the commercial are again Victoria Brad and Itama Enriquez. In Wanda’s memory, the repeated appearance of the same person indicates that she may be her parent.
Geraldine was described as “no home”. We don’t know the significance of her story about the Marshmallow Moon Man and the boss who beat H-we can imagine that the name “Haddox” does not appear in the comics. However, Geraldine is the only person in the show who recalls real-world events. Wanda remembers her twin brother Pietro (aka Quicksilver), but Geraldine reminds her that he was killed in “Avengers: Age of Ultron”. Wanda coldly expelled Geraldine from the reality of the sitcom, and then let some kind of battlefield of her past land in the field where she was swarmed by armed agents. What looks like an official installation may be related to SWORD. SWORD seems to be observing the activity. The logo worn by Geraldine is the organization.
According to reports, Geraldine is played by Teyonah Parris, an adult version of Monica Rambeau, who was seen as a young girl for the last time in the movie. If she is in the real world now, we might get some answers in episode 4.
Every week, popular songs from that era provide deeper meaning. Although the show seems to jump to the 1970s, this week it is The Monkees 1967 hit Daydream Believer. Lines like “Cheer up, lethargic Jean” indicate some kind of forced sleep, or that the setting is a certain dream or imagined reality. Although the line “Oh, what does that mean?” can refer to the audience trying to figure out what happened.
Obviously, every time you see any object or text on the screen, you need to watch carefully-this is the key comic reference for how Hawkeye fans saw the wine bottle in episode 1. In this part, the name of the kindergarten paint cans used by Wanda for decoration is “Simser”. Another reference to Marvel continuity? No, this is the name of Jeremy Simser, the show’s storyboard artist. Not everything is a clue.
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