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    This "WandaVision" Parody Elizabeth Olsen And Kathryn Hahn Did Is The Best Thing I've Seen All Week

    If there's anything we've learned this year, it's that nobody makes a grand entrance quite like Kathryn Hahn.

    Last night, Elizabeth Olsen appeared on The Tonight Show to give us one last little gift before Episode 9 of WandaVision is finallllllly available for streaming tomorrow: a parody sketch!

    Elizabeth Olsen and Jimmy Fallon

    Folks, allow me to introduce you to your new favorite show: FallonVision!

    FallonVision logo in the style of the WandaVision logo

    First, Elizabeth and Jimmy threw it back to the '50s, where he interviewed her about her new picture, The Boxcar Gals and the Fellas from Tulum.

    Elizabeth and Jimmy in 50s outfits smiling

    At least, he tried to. Things got pretty weird pretty fast.

    A voice asking Jimmy who is doing this, Elizabeth asking if he heard, and Jimmy saying no

    The pair flashed forward to the '70s, where Elizabeth got a little more suspicious about what exactly was going on.

    Elizabeth asking why they're not together, jimmy joking that he's married, elizabeth asking why they're in boxes and not the same room, and jimmy saying no before the camera cuts out

    Next, the '90s! Lizzie is definitely onto it, now.

    Lizzie asking who is laughing because there's no audience, saying he is doing this because he wants life before the pandemic again

    The chaos followed them into the 2000s.

    Lizzie saying he has to stop and Jimmy saying he's not controlling all of this

    And finally, Elizabeth and Jimmy made their way back to the modern day Tonight Show, but something still wasn't quite right. If Jimmy wasn't doing all that, who was? 👀

    The screen cutting out, Elizabeth asking who's doing this is it's not Jimmy, and Kathryn Hahn appearing and winking

    🎶Who's been messing with everything? IT'S BEEN KATHRYN HAHN ALL ALONG! 🎶

    Lizzie, Kathryn, and Jimmy

    And just like every episode of WandaVision, the sketch ended with the ever-dreaded standby screen.

    That sketch was a blast! You can watch the whole parody for yourself here:

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