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    25 "WandaVision" Details From Episode 4 That You Might've Missed The First Time Around

    A lot of questions were answered this week, but somehow I have even more questions.

    🚨Warning: There are MASSIVE spoilers ahead for Episode 4 of WandaVision on Disney+!🚨

    1. First, Episode 4 opens with Monica Rambeau, aka Geraldine, returning after Thanos's snap, and this is actually one of the first times we've seen how someone re-materialized after vanishing.

    Pieces of Monica coming back together after being dusted
    Disney+ / Marvel

    This is also the first time we've learned that Monica got snapped and Maria didn't. Carol Danvers, where are you? You need to reunite with Monica!

    2. Also, as Monica re-materializes, you can hear moments from Captain Marvel. Namely, Maria saying that she can't leave Monica and go to space, Carol saying that Maria has one of the best kids, and Carol calling Monica by her nickname.

    Maria saying, "No, I can't. I can't leave Monica" and Carol saying, "When they were handing out kids they gave her the toughest one. Lieutenant Trouble"
    Disney+ / Marvel

    I can't talk about Maria dying right now, I am too FRAGILE.

    3. When Monica walks into S.W.O.R.D., you can see that one of the news channels talking about "The Blip" is WHiH World News, which has been used throughout the MCU movies and TV shows.

    A circle around the WHiH broadcast in "WandaVision" vs. a WHiH broadcast at Stark Expo in "Iron Man 2"
    Disney+ / Marvel

    You can actually watch some of the WHiH World News reports here. And, of course, they are calling Thanos's snap "The Blip," just like they did in Spider-Man: Far From Home.

    4. While we've never met Tyler Hayward until now, in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., there was a Brian Hayward, who turned out to be a member of Hydra. Let's just say I can't imagine that this is a coincidence, this is Marvel after all.

    Disney+ / Marvel

    On Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Brian is part of the Centipede Project, which is a super-soldier program funded by Hydra. While Brian never mentioned a family member named Tyler, I still don't trust this guy already.

    5. Of course, you can spot a plaque inside S.W.O.R.D. honoring Maria Rambeau, and you can see that she still went by her nickname "Photon."

    Maria's plaque inside S.W.O.R.D. vs. Maria "Photon" Rambeau written on her jet in "Captain Marvel"
    Disney+ / Marvel

    In the comics, Monica Rambeau actually uses Photon as her superhero alias at one point.

    6. While walking Monica through S.W.O.R.D., Hayward mentions that they are focusing on "nanotech," which is the technology that Tony Stark uses for his new Iron Man suit in Infinity War.

    Hayward telling Monica that they focus in nanotech now, and in "Infinity War" Iron Man telling Bruce that his suit is nanotech and it's something he's been working on
    Disney+ / Marvel

    7. Also, Monica acknowledges that space is "full of threats and allies," which is a nod to Monica's relationship with Talos and the Skrulls from Captain Marvel.

    Monica saying, "Always was full of threats...and allies"
    Disney+ / Marvel

    8. We learn that the real WestView is located in New Jersey, and in the comic books, Wanda and Vision move to Leonia, New Jersey to try to be a normal couple.

    A look at the town of WestView from the street
    Disney+ / Marvel

    9. Probably my favorite detail/Easter egg this week is when Monica meets Jimmy Woo, and Jimmy uses the card trick that he wanted Scott to teach him in Ant-Man and the Wasp.

    Jimmy doing his card trick with his business card vs. Scott doing a card trick in "Ant-Man and the Wasp" and Jimmy saying, "How'd you do it, Scott? The card trick"
    Disney+ / Marvel

    10. If you look closely, you can see that the slogan of the real WestView is the same as it is in Wanda's version: "Home: It's where you make it."

    The sign for WestView in real life vs. the sign in the opening credits of WandaVision Episode 2
    Disney+ / Marvel

    11. Listen, I could be WILDLY reaching here, but on the WestView sign it says, "Elevation 203." Avengers Issue #203 is about The Beast and Wonder Man searching for a young boy in the sewers. Later in this episode, S.W.O.R.D. uses the sewers to try to get into Wanda's version of WestView.

    A circle around the "Elevation 203" on the WestView sign
    Disney+ / Marvel

    IDK y'all, I never trust a number when it's seen in a Marvel property. It could mean ANYTHING.

    12. Speaking of comic books and numbers, Monica's S.W.O.R.D. vehicle has the numbers "8512" on it, which could be a reference to the Vision and the Scarlet Witch 12-issue limited series comic books that started in 1985. In fact, WandaVision is pulling a lot of plot points from these comics, namely their twins.

    A circle around the "S-8512" on Monica's car and a girl holding up a Vision and the Scarlet Witch comic book
    Disney+ / Marvel / Nora Dominick

    Yes, this is me, with a copy of Issue #12 from this comic book series, you can judge away, I wouldn't blame you. But, now you will 100% realize why I am freaking out about WandaVision daily.

    13. The drone Monica uses to try and see into WestView has the number "57" on it, and Vision makes his first ever appearance in the Marvel comics during Avengers Issue #57.

    Monica placing a red, blue, and yellow drone on the ground that reads, "S-57"
    Disney+ / Marvel

    See? Never trust the numbers.

    14. Also, the drone's colors match Captain Marvel's suit, so BRB, I'm going to go cry for a minute.

    The red, blue, and yellow drone vs. Captain Marvel's red, blue, and yellow suit in "Captain Marvel"
    Disney+ / Marvel

    Of course, Carol and Monica decide on these colors for her suit because they are the same colors as the US Air Force.

    15. The last time we saw Darcy Lewis was in Thor: The Dark World, and since then, she's actually finished her studies and got her doctorate.

    Someone saying "Miss Lewis?" and Darcy correcting them by saying, "Doctor Lewis"
    Disney+ / Marvel

    16. You can see that while studying WestView, S.W.O.R.D. notices that the forcefield surrounding the town is in the shape of a hexagon. We've seen this shape during the first three episodes of WandaVision too.

    A hexagon shape on a digital map vs. Wanda and Vision smiling inside a hexagon at the end of Episode 1 of "WandaVision"
    Disney+ / Marvel

    Jimmy even writes, "Why hexagonal shape?" later in the episode.

    17. When explaining how she found Wanda's TV signal, Darcy says she picked up radiation that dates back to the Big Bang. If you recall, Wanda got her powers from the Mind Stone, which was created during, you guessed it, the Big Bang.

    Darcy saying that her equipment registered "an extremely high level of CMBR" and Hayward saying that's radiation that dates back to the Big Bang. And then, Wong explaining that the Big Bang is what created the six Infinity Stones
    Disney+ / Marvel

    18. This is pretty obvious, but still fun to point out, we now officially know that Darcy was the one watching Wanda and Vision at the end of Episode 1.

    Darcy saying, "Awww" while watching Wanda and Vision's sitcom
    Disney+ / Marvel

    19. On the wall where citizens of WestView are being identified, you can see that they haven't figured out Agnes's real name yet, so I'm still running with the Agatha Harkness theory.

    A wall with pictures of WestView residents and their files
    Disney+ / Marvel

    20. Also Sharon Davis, aka the real name of Mrs. Hart, is actually the name of a supervising art director on WandaVision.

    Darcy holding up the files for Mrs. and Mr. Hart
    Disney+ / Marvel

    21. When Jimmy reaches out to Wanda using the radio, Dottie's reaction is cut from the broadcast Darcy is watching, but as viewers, we saw her reaction during Episode 2.

    Dottie on a TV and then Dottie saying to Wanda, "Who is that?!"
    Disney+ / Marvel

    22. The names we see at the end of this episode are actually names of people who work on WandaVision in real life — yes, we are getting super meta.

    An old TV with credits rolling over Wanda and Vision sitting on their couch
    Disney+ / Marvel

    LeeAnn Patrick is a post-production coordinator, and Chikako Suzuki works in the art department on WandaVision.

    23. We see Wanda's reality begin to crack yet again when Vision looks like how he did after Thanos ripped the Mind Stone from his head in Infinity War. This is also what Vision looked like the last time Wanda saw him.

    Wanda weeping and using her magic and Vision on the ground, now purple, with his head smashed open vs. Vision standing with his head smashed open
    Disney+ / Marvel

    It's fine, I'm just WEEPING.

    24. And, yet again, Vision makes a comment about leaving WestView, but Wanda knows they can't. This is another nod to Wanda creating this reality in order to cope with Vision's death.

    Vision saying that they can go "wherever" they want, and Wanda responding, "No, we can't. This is our home. Don't worry darling, I have everything under control"
    Disney+ / Marvel

    25. And finally, the song that plays at the end of Episode 4 is "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" by Jimi Hendrix, which just further adds to the '60s and '70s vibe.

    Vision and Wanda sitting on their couch holding their twin boys
    Disney+ / Marvel

    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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