WandaVision Episode 5: What will be the final consequences after this episode?

WandaVision Season 1 Episode 5 ending explained

I hope all my Marvel Cinematic Universe fans are having a wonderful day. As they all should be because the Marvel Universe is giving us so much to ponder over. I think there are a lot of important points to notice here. The fact that just last year they announced that they would be giving us something completely fresh. For example, this year, we will, of course, have the continuation of the previous movies. And also the series that we used to watch. Plus, obviously, the characters can go back and forth. They will jumble up the time span in the universe as they always have done that.

Apart from this, I remember writing an article about it myself; Marvel Cinematic Universe plans to release a lot of content that most people have no idea exists. I think it will be wise to say that we are in for a ride. The excitement for those unreleased series from such comics is one thing. The other thing being top in the priority release- WandaVision. This was a long time pending and took quite a while to come out. Obviously, the pandemic was the major hindrance. However, it is now out and an ongoing series.

Lately, I’ve seen a lot of memes on WandaVison of people saying that they don’t understand much of what usually goes on in the show, but they’re just glad that it is out and enjoy the romance. Also, one more meme had this image of Wanda and Vision on this swing along with their kids, where Vision just has his skin exposed from a gap in his buttoned-up shirt. Well, they joked about the budget that was put forward in the show, and YET managed to make such a mistake while filming. I mean, did nobody notice that? If you have not already watched the series, then you better hurry up. You can follow up on the link here on Disney+. Be careful; it is not on Netflix, so you might want to pass over that.

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WandaVision Season 1 episode 5: Wanda Maximoff and Vision in Marvel (Cr: Disney+)

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WandaVison: A quick recap on what is going on in the series

The very basic concept that this show is functioning in not one but two layers. The first one is the real world where we have the not so main characters, Teyonah Parris, as Monica Rambeau, Randall Park as Jimmy Woo, Kat Dennings as Darcy Lewis, and Evan Peters as Pietro Maximoff. Basically, the FBI wanted to involve S.W.O.R.D in a very complicated case. This case was being taken care of by Monica Rambeau after she returns to her work. Her mother died before she got involved in all this. She first joined the work with Darcy on tow and was working alongside her. Soon they find the issue and get involved really deeply.

Moreover, we also have Thor here in the fourth episode, which makes things more exciting. The plot begins off as Monica trying to find out why this town of Westview is empty. She manages to find the forcefield and forces to break it up. This does not work out at all. Instead of things going the right way, she just gets into more trouble as she is sucked in. After getting sucked, she doesn’t manage off pretty well there too. Yes, Wanda completely restricts her from entering again because apparently, Monica was making her fall right into her trap of recalling the reality along with the real world.

Wanda and Vision

Apart from the first original world that we discussed, there exists a world that Wanda has made up for her own convenience. This is a very bad cope up mechanism which needs to be dealt with as soon as possible. She lost Vision because he was not a real person. Wanda did not take that well. Obviously, who copes up to the death of the love of their life? Not Wanda. So she used her telekinetic powers to make a whole new world which will just have Wanda’s Vision, and she will just imagine a whole family. You may think that this can be good for coping, but getting used to a life like that can never actually have a positive outcome.

We have Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff, Paul Bettany as Vision, Debra Jo Rupp as Sharon Davis (she is sort of involved with Wanda because she lives in her artificial reality), Fred Melamed as Todd Davis, Kathryn Hahn as Agnes. That’s all for Wanda’s layer of the world. Monica was there too, but as discussed, she doesn’t remain a part of it for too long. After all, Wanda is not someone that you should be pissing off by any means.

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WandaVision Season 1 Episode 5: A Scene From The Series With The Main Characters

WandaVision Season 1 episode 5: Details and Explanation

Wanda now has both her kids with her, and Vison is helping along with all the baby work. Vision looks pretty suspicious about Agnes here and all the things that are going on at that moment. Director Hayward, on the other hand, is not doing a good job just criticizing Wanda. But she is pretty concerned about making this the reality, which is the reason why Vison, too, gets it. He knows that all this is under her control.

At the end of the first episode, we come to know of a visitor. Who is the visit? How did they bring upon such a drastic change in Wanda and Vision’s reality? It’s Pietro, Wanda’s brother. Do you think there will be a final merging on the Xmen and MCU with Pietro coming into view? It is very likely, and fans are too much excited for the next episode.

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