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    Here Are 25 "WandaVision" Episode 3 Details That I Am, Quite Literally, Screaming About

    Wanda Maximoff is going to make me cry every week, huh?

    🚨Warning: There are MASSIVE spoilers ahead for Episode 3 of WandaVision on Disney+!🚨

    1. First, the colorful WandaVision opening credits are a nod to the opening credits from The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

    The colorful WandaVision credits compared to the colorful Mary Tyler Moore opening credits

    2. And the final title card in the opening credits is inspired by The Brady Bunch and the iconic tiles.

    The WandaVision Episode 3 title card vs. The Brady Bunch opening title card

    3. In Episode 3, Wanda and Vision's house now looks just like the house from The Brady Bunch, complete with the staircase.

    The stairs in WandaVision vs. the stairs and living room in The Brady Bunch

    4. Also, in the opening credits, Vision builds a swing set in the backyard, which is similar to the one the Brady kids had on The Brady Bunch.

    Vision's yellow swing set vs. The Bradys's green one in "The Brady Bunch"

    5. The department store that Wanda and Vision go to in the opening credits could be named after Deidre Wentworth from the Marvel comics.

    Vision and Wanda walking out of Wentworth's department store

    6. Now, if we're going with the theory that Wanda has created this reality to cope with Vision's death (and even Pietro's death), Vision suddenly having super speed is likely a nod to Pietro and his powers.

    Vision asking if Wanda has gotten bigger, then Wanda saying, "I can't tell from this angle" while knocking over some fruit

    7. The "Simser" paint cans are a nod to Jeremy Simser, who is a storyboard artist on WandaVision, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and She-Hulk.

    Purple and blue paint cans that say, "Simser"

    8. When Vision tells Wanda he wants to name their child Billy, he quotes William Shakespeare's play As You Like It, and the quote even relates to WandaVision because Wanda has likely created this reality and Vision is merely a "player" in it.

    Vision saying that he wants to name their son Billy after William Shakespeare and then quoting, "All the world's a stage. All the men and women, merely players"

    9. The doll Vision uses to practice changing diapers looks like Cindy's beloved Kitty Karry-All doll from The Brady Bunch.

    Vision holding a doll vs. Cindy holding her Kitty Karry-All doll

    10. If you look closely, you can spot "Coy" soap behind Wanda while she's in the kitchen. In Episode 1, Coy soap was advertised on the back of the magazine Agnes was reading to Wanda.

    The Coy soap on the counter behind Wanda vs. the Coy soap ad in Episode 1

    11. Also, this is just a great continuity detail, but Wanda is cutting up the pineapple that Agnes hilariously brought over during Episode 1.

    Wanda cutting up a pineapple vs. Agnes brining one to Wanda and Vision

    12. One of the best details that continues to highlight Wanda creating and manipulating this reality is when time skips backward/rewinds after Vision begins to question everything.

    Vision telling Wanda, "I think something's wrong here, Wanda"

    13. When Vision says that he hopes Billy is like his mother, this is a nod to Wanda and Vision's son Billy in the comic books having magical abilities like Wanda.

    Vision telling Wanda, "If he's anything like his mother, Billy will be perfect"

    14. The commercial in Episode 3 is very obvious with its mention of Hydra, but the Hydra Soak bath powder could be a callback to an Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode, when in an alternate timeline, Coulson mentions Hydra's mind-controlling soap.

    Coulson explaining that the mind-control soap "implants false memories" and wants people to believe that they are in a "magical place"

    15. Also, the narration in the commercial says, "Escape to a world all your own, where your problems float away," which is another nod to Wanda creating this reality.

    A woman taking a bath in the Hydra Soak commercial

    16. When Wanda is trying to hide her pregnancy from Geraldine, it's a nod to all of the classic TV tricks used to hide an actor's real-life pregnancy — a large coat, a bowl of fruit, and a large vase of flowers.

    Wanda wearing a large teal coat, then holding a bowl of fruit, and then holding a vase of flowers in front of her stomach

    17. Similar to in Episode 1 and Episode 2, the color red plays an important role and continues to symbolize Wanda's magic.

    A stork surrounded by a cloud of red smoke

    18. Of course, Wanda eventually gives birth to twin boys Billy and Tommy, who are so very important to Wanda's story in the comic books. I literally started crying when I heard their names, it's fine, I'M FINE.

    Vision and Wanda holding their babies

    19. When Vision walks the doctor out and asks if he's still going on his trip, the doctor says that small towns are "hard to escape," which is yet another nod to Vision and Wanda being trapped in this reality.

    The doctor telling Vision, "I don't think we'll get away after all. Small towns, you know, so hard to escape"

    20. When Wanda mentions Pietro to Geraldine, this is the first time Wanda has even mentioned her brother since his death in Avengers: Age of Ultron — yes, I am WEEPING.

    Wanda saying, "I'm a twin. I had a brother whose name was Pietro" and Geraldine saying, "He was killed by Ultron, wasn't he?"

    21. And then, Wanda sings a Sokovian lullaby to Billy and Tommy, and Wanda has barely spoken in Sokovian since Pietro's death.

    Wanda looking at her twins

    22. The necklace Wanda spots around Geraldine's neck features the S.W.O.R.D. logo, which was seen in Episodes 1 and 2.

    Geraldine's silver necklace that features a S.W.O.R.D. logo pendant

    23. The broach Agnes wears as a necklace, which we get a better glimpse of in Episode 3, is very similar to the broach Agatha Harkness wears in the comics.

    Agnes wearing a black sweater with a large broach on a necklace

    24. Also, on Agnes's broach, one of the people appears to be carrying a scythe, which could be a nod to Grim Reaper, whose helmet was shown quickly in Episode 2.

    A close-up of Agnes's broach/necklace

    25. And finally, when Geraldine gets literally thrown from WestView by Wanda, she is instantly surrounded by cars that have the S.W.O.R.D. logo.

    Geraldine lying in the grass and a large black sedan flashing it's headlights with the doors open

    Did you catch any other Easter eggs or cool details? Have a better theory for one mentioned above? Tell us everything in the comments below!

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