"WandaVision" Has Some Amazing Details In The First Two Episodes, And Here Are 25 That I Spotted

    When I tell you I screamed at some of these...

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    1. First, Wanda and Vision's house number is 2800, which could be a nod to Earth-2800 from the Marvel comic books.

    A circle around the number "2800" on Wanda and Vision's house

    2. The last four digits of the real estate agent's phone number are "0125," which could correspond to Avengers #125, which is actually when the Avengers come together to fight Thanos — listen, this could be a stretch, but this is a Marvel show, so I'm not ruling out anything.

    A real estate sign with the numbers "0125" circled

    3. When Vision carries Wanda into their house, he almost trips over a chair, which is a nod to The Dick Van Dyke Show and how Rob always tripped over the ottoman in the opening credits.

    Wanda and Vision phasing through a chair vs. Rob from "The Dick Van Dyke" show tripping over the ottoman

    4. Okay, I'm still running with the theory that Wanda has created this world as a way of dealing with Vision's death, so I have to laugh at Vision's head being indestructible in this universe after Thanos crushed his skull to get the Mind Stone in Infinity War.

    Wanda saying, "My husband and his indestructible head"

    5. If you look closely — and quickly pause the episode — you can see that the headline on Vision's newspaper reads, "Little Baby June's First Word Tickles Mother Sue."

    6. Wanda and Vision's anniversary date being on the 23rd could be a nod to the 23 Marvel Cinematic Universe movies that came before WandaVision.

    Wanda looking at a calendar with a heart on Aug. 23

    7. While we don't know much about Kathryn Hahn's character yet, her name being Agnes means she could be Agatha Harkness, who, in the comics, is a powerful Marvel witch who becomes an important mentor for Wanda.

    Agnes saying, "I'm Agnes. Your neighbor to the right. My right, not yours"

    8. The toaster featured in the ad in Episode 1 was created by Stark Industries. This is an obvious detail, but it's important to remember that the company was behind a lot of trauma in Wanda's childhood — namely, her parents were killed by a Stark Industries bomb.

    9. The wine bottle that Wanda magically pours reads "Maison Du Mépris," which in French means "House of Contempt," and it has a large "M" logo — this could be a nod to the iconic "House of M" storyline from the comic books.

    Wanda magically pouring a glass of wine

    10. At the end of Episode 1, we see that Wanda and Vision are being monitored and we catch a glimpse of sword-like logos. This is most likely a nod to S.W.O.R.D. (Sentient World Observation and Response Department).

    The S.W.O.R.D. logo on a computer and a notebook

    11. Wanda and Vision sleeping in separate beds is similar to how Lucy and Ricky slept on I Love Lucy.

    Wanda and Vision in separate beds vs. Lucy and Ricky in separate beds in "I Love Lucy"

    12. The opening credits of WandaVision Episode 2 are a direct nod to the iconic credits from Bewitched.

    The WandaVision Episode 2 opening credits vs. the Bewitched ones

    13. In the opening credits for Episode 2, the sign for Westview says, "Home: It's where you make it." This could be another nod to the fact that Wanda has created this alternate reality she and Vision live in.

    Animated Wanda and Vision looking at the sign for Westview

    14. When Vision phases through the floor during these opening credits, if you pause super fast, you can see what looks like Grim Reaper's helmet — in Tom King's Vision, Vision fights Grim Reaper.

    15. You can spot ads for "Bova milk" and "Auntie A's kitty litter" here. The milk ad is probably a nod to Bova, an evolved cow who was with Wanda and Pietro's mom when she gave birth to them in the comics. And Auntie A is probably another nod to Agatha Harkness, who is referred to as Aunty Agatha in the comics.

    Animated Wanda standing in a supermarket aisle with "Bova milk" and "Auntie A's kitty litter" signs in the background

    16. You can see that the design on the magical cabinet resembles an Infinity Stone — probably the Mind Stone, since this is WandaVision.

    Wanda and Vision standing in front of their magic cabinet

    17. You can spot the S.W.O.R.D. logo on the helicopter Wanda finds in the bushes.

    Wanda holding up a red helicopter and seeing the yellow S.W.O.R.D. logo

    18. God, I don't know if this was done on purpose, but Emma Caulfield being in an episode that features bunnies is just delightful for any Buffy the Vampire Slayer fan.

    19. Of course, if you're like me and have been following the casting of WandaVision, you know that Geraldine is played by Teyonah Parris, who is actually expected to play Monica Rambeau.

    Geraldine saying, "I'm...uh...Geraldine"

    20. Over the radio, you can hear what sounds like the voice of Jimmy Woo — Randall Park will be reprising his role from the Ant-Man movies on WandaVision.

    A voice over the radio saying, "Wanda! Wanda! Who's doing this to you, Wanda? Wanda! Wanda! Wanda!"

    21. The only color seen in both black-and-white episodes — before everything switches to color at the end of Episode 2 — is red. This might just be a nod to the color that is usually associated with Wanda's powers.

    A red light on a toaster, the red helicopter Wanda finds, and blood on someone's hand

    22. Also, the first color to return at the end of Episode 2 is red.

    Vision's face being colorful and red again

    23. In the advertisement in Episode 2, you can see that the Strucker watch is made by Hydra. Also, the watch name is probably a nod to Wolfgang von Strucker, who was a leader of Hydra and who used Loki's scepter.

    A close-up of the Strucker watch that also says Hydra and has the Hydra logo

    24. You can spot the S.W.O.R.D. logo on the back of the beekeeper/hazmat suit person.

    25. And finally, at the end of Episode 2, Wanda is now pregnant, and this is when I truly started screaming because it looks like we are officially getting Wanda and Vision's twins from the comic books — yes, I know this was hinted at in the trailers, but now it's REALLY HERE.

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