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    Here Is "WandaVision" As Popular Cartoons From Different Eras

    Imagine Wanda turning Springfield from The Simpsons into Westview.

    If you watch WandaVision, you know that the theme of every episode fits a different TV show. Take, for example, Season 1, Episode 7, "Breaking the Fourth Wall," which has heavy The Office vibes.

    Wanda sits on the couch talking to the camera
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    This got me thinking: What if Wanda imagined things as animated shows from throughout the years? I probably should've moved on, but my imagination wouldn't allow it, so instead I took my best guess at what that might look like...

    Vision stares off thoughtfully
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    Perhaps things would begin during the '60s, when the first two seasons of The Flintstones were very much in black and white. There, you might see Wanda buddied up with her neighbor Agnes, the way Wilma was with Betty.

    Wanda and Agnes sit together on a stone couch
    Christopher Hudspeth / BuzzFeed / Screen Gems

    Surely at some point (still during the '60s), a Popeye the Sailor–themed Wanda would allow color to seep into her little world.

    Wanda and Vision stand in a partially black and white, partially colored town
    Christopher Hudspeth / BuzzFeed

    Wanda and Vision could make the leap to the late '80s, where they'd turn Springfield into their Westview.

    Wanda and Vision drawn as The Simpsons-style characters
    Christopher Hudspeth / BuzzFeed / Fox

    Then wouldn't it be dope to watch baby Vision raised in a world like the one on Rugrats?

    Wanda holds a baby Vision that resembled Tommy Pickles from Rugrats
    Christopher Hudspeth / BuzzFeed / Nickelodeon

    Maybe the edgy, late-'90s era would depict Wanda and Vision's Halloween experience on South Park.

    Wanda and Vision drawn South Park-style, standing in the neighborhood among trick-or-treaters
    Christopher Hudspeth / BuzzFeed / Comedy Central

    Or Wanda could totally just overtake the city of Townsville from The Powerpuff Girls.

    Wanda and Vision drawn in the style of The Powerpuff Girls
    Christopher Hudspeth / BuzzFeed / Cartoon Network

    We could even witness Wanda during the days of Johnny Bravo, staving off a truly pesky resident who won't stop catcalling her.

    Wanda walks down the street with Johnny Bravo in the distance
    Christopher Hudspeth / BuzzFeed / Cartoon Network

    In the '00s, it's only right that we get to imagine Wanda's loved ones with Family Guy vibes.

    Vision and Wanda drawn and Peter and Louis from Family Guy
    Christopher Hudspeth / BuzzFeed / Fox

    And finally, in the present day, Wanda and Vision could travel via portals and deal with wacky family members as if it's an episode of Rick and Morty.

    Vision and Wanda drawn in the style of Rick and Morty's Jerry and Beth
    Christopher Hudspeth / BuzzFeed / Adult Swim
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