5.If you look closely, you can spot a Hawkeye poster hanging in Kate's childhood bedroom.
6.Yelena makes Kate boxed mac and cheese while in her apartment, and during a flashback in Black Widow, young Yelena asks Melina for mac and cheese for dinner. So, yes, Yelena made Kate her favorite childhood dinner.
7.Yelena mentions how her daddy says it's good to eat, and this is a cute callback to Yelena and Alexei's relationship from Black Widow. Namely, Natasha always referred to Alexei by his first name when they got older, while Yelena still calls him "dad" or "daddy."
8.Yelena mentions how much she loves American Christmases, which is a callback to how much Yelena loved her time living in Ohio and pretending to celebrate the holidays with Natasha, Alexei, and Melina.
9.While listing off NYC landmarks she wants to visit, Yelena mentions seeing the new Statue of Liberty. This connects to the Spider-Man: No Way Hometrailer, where we see the Statue of Liberty being turned into a Captain America memorial.
10.Grills and Hawkeye essentially sharing an apartment in Episode 5 is a nod to the 2012 Hawkeye comics, where Grills is the name of Clint's neighbor and one of his closest friends.
11.When Clint visits The Avengers assembled memorial and talks to Natasha, the Vormir theme that played in Avengers: Endgame can be heard.
12.On Kate's corkboard in her room, you can see the invitation to Eleanor's holiday party, and the date reads "Dec. 24, 2024," thus confirming the show takes place a year after everyone returned from The Blip.
13.Not a hard-to-spot detail, but I just love that Kate is still practicing Clint's trick from Episode 4, and she hasn't gotten the hang of it still.
14.I know I yelled about this last week, but Laura being Mockingbird and/or a retired S.H.I.E.L.D. agent is seeming more and more likely, especially after this conversation with Clint.
15.Clint informs Maya that the night her dad died, he was tipped off by someone who works for her boss. In the comics, Kingpin is the one who ordered her dad's murder.
16.When Clint and Kate are walking and holding an arrow together, it matches a panel from a Hawkeye comic where they do the same thing and Kate tells him, "And you're still my hero."
17.When Yelena is tailing Eleanor Bishop, you can see that she has a pair of Statue of Liberty sunglasses hanging from her shirt, which is a subtle nod suggesting she did go see the monument.
18.When Yelena texts Kate about Eleanor meeting with Kingpin (!!!!), she's still using Kate's full name, which she used as a power move earlier in the episode
19.And finally, during the closing credits, you can see Kingpin's silhouette looming large over New York City.
Alright, I'll be back next week for the Hawkeye finale. Until then, I'll be lying on the floor and flailing over Yelena and Kate.
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