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I Am Once Again Screaming About "WandaVision," So Here Are 37 Details I Spotted In Episode 8

The amount of crying I did during this episode was wild.

🚨Warning: There are MASSIVE spoilers ahead for Episode 8 of WandaVision on Disney+!🚨

1. Y'all, this is going to be a longggg post this week, and you can tell because literally the first detail is the fact that the Marvel Studios logo is purple, which is a nod to Agatha Harkness and her powers.

The Marvel Studios silver logo with a purple background

2. In WandaVision, we learn that Agatha was a witch during the Salem Witch Trials in 1693, and in the comics, Agatha settles in Salem and tries to start her own coven where witches can practice magic freely.

Agatha saying, "Yes, I am a witch" while tied to a post

3. Also, in the comic books, New Salem — Agatha's witch community — is where Agatha meets Scarlet Witch before she is burned at the stake. Eventually, Agatha resurfaces after Wanda has her twins. So, Salem is very important to Agatha's origin story.

Agatha looking shocked while tied to a post

4. I might be reaching with this one, but there are seven witches — not including Agatha's mother — at the trial, which could be a nod to Salem's Seven from the comic books. In the comics, Salem's Seven are a group of superpowered humans who live in New Salem.

The witches surrounding Agatha numbered 1 to 7

5. Of course, the brooch Agatha takes from her mother is the one she's been wearing in every episode of WandaVision. The brooch is a direct nod to Agatha's comic book outfit.

Circles and arrows pointing to Agatha wearing her broach around her neck

6. When Agatha tells Wanda that her thoughts "aren't available to her," this connects to why Billy said Agatha was "quiet" in Episode 7. This is also a nod to Billy having the same powers as Wanda.

7. When Wanda's Sokovian accent comes back while she's talking to Agatha in the basement, it's a brilliant detail to show that we aren't in the sitcom world anymore. The same thing happened in Episode 5 when Wanda left The Hex.

Wanda saying, "Where are my children?" and Wanda standing outside The Hex saying, "This will be your only warning. Stay out of my home"

8. And there's another playful nod to the fact that Wanda's accent has been slowly disappearing throughout the MCU movies.

Agatha mocking Wanda and then saying, "Oof! That accent really comes and goes, doesn't it?"

9. Okay, I really had to pump up the brightness, but you can see that Agatha's rune is inside a hexagon, which is a nod to the shape of Westview's town limits, aka The Hex.

A purple rune inside a hexagon on the wall

10. The bug Agatha performs a bunch of spells on was spotted by Wanda in Episode 7 when she goes to look for the twins at Agatha's house.

Agatha using magic on a bug and Wanda spotting one on a curtain

11. Of course, the DVDs Wanda's dad brings home are all of the classic sitcoms WandaVision has been paying homage to during the season.

The DVDs in a case and then WandaVision recreating moments from "I Love Lucy," "Bewitched," and " Malcolm in the Middle"

12. Young Wanda wants to watch The Dick Van Dyke Show, which is the sitcom Episode 1 of WandaVision is based on.

Wanda's dad holding Dick Van Dyke DVDs and Wanda and Vision dancing in Episode 1

13. The Dick Van Dyke Show episode Wanda picks to watch is Season 2, Episode 21. However, they actually end up watching Season 2, Episode 20. I'm assuming this is a tiny error.

Young Wanda saying, "Season 2, Episode 21"

14. Red continues to be a very important color on WandaVision because it's associated with Wanda's powers. So, during the flashback to her childhood, you can see that the TV is red, the couch has shades of red in the pattern, and Wanda is wearing a red hoodie.

Arrows pointing to the back of the TV, which is red, the couch, and Wanda's red hoodie

15. The blinking red light on the Stark Industries bomb connects back to the commercial in Episode 1, when the only thing in color was the blinking red light on the Stark Industries toaster.

Circles around the blinking red lights on the Stark Industries bomb and the toaster

16. The Dick Van Dyke episode that's playing while Wanda and Pietro are trapped in the rubble of their apartment is "It May Look Like a Walnut." The episode involves Rob watching a scary sci-fi movie and having nightmares.

Rob from "The Dick Van Dyke Show" saying, "Oh, what a nightmare! What a night. I dreamed that I was a Twyloite. And I lost my sense of humor and my thumbs"

17. When Agatha asks Wanda how she stopped the bomb from exploding, she mentions a "probability hex." In the comics, one of Scarlet Witch's many powers is her ability to manipulate probability, and she often does this through her "hexes."

Agatha saying, "Did you stop that bomb? You used a probability hex"

18. You can spot the HYDRA symbol on the door before we see Wanda's memory of being experimented on using Loki's scepter. This memory also links to the Strucker watch ad from Episode 2.

A circle around the HYDRA logo on a door

19. You can see that Wanda is wearing the exact outfit she was wearing in the Captain America: The Winter Soldier post-credit scene, which is when we first met her.

Wanda in solitary in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" vs. Wanda in the same outfit in "WandaVision"

20. After touching the Mind Stone, Wanda sees the outline of Scarlet Witch in her outfit from the comic books.

Wanda seeing the Scarlet Witch figure glowing yellow

21. While in isolation, Wanda is watching The Brady Bunch episode "Kitty Karry-All Is Missing." In fact, Cindy's beloved Kitty Karry-All doll from this episode was featured in Episode 3 of WandaVision when Vision practices changing diapers.

The Brady Bunch on the TV and Cindy playing with her doll vs. Vision with the doll

22. In the flashback to Wanda and Vision at the Avengers compound, Vision phasing through the wall is a nod to a moment in Captain America: Civil War where Vision does the same thing.

Vision apologizing for coming through the wall in "WandaVision," and Wanda saying, "Vis! We talked about this" after he does the same thing in "Civil War"

23. While talking about Pietro's death, Wanda says that the only thing that would bring her comfort is seeing him again, which is exactly what Wanda tries to do after Vision dies.

Wanda telling Vision, "The only thing that would bring me comfort is seeing him again" and then Wanda at S.W.O.R.D. saying she just wants to bury Vision's body

24. When Wanda describes her grief to Vision in the flashback, it's almost exactly how Monica describes what she was feeling inside The Hex during Episode 5.

Wanda explaining to Vision that she feels like her grief is going to drown her, and then Monica saying it felt like she was "drowning"

25. Wanda's line about not being able to feel Vision anymore is a direct nod to their final conversation in Avengers: Infinity War when Vision says he only feels Wanda.

Wanda saying "I can't feel you" and Vision telling Wanda, "You could never hurt me. I just feel you"

26. The poor delivery man I have been accusing of being suspicious is seen delivering pizza when Wanda drives through the real Westview.

A delivery guy carrying pizza vs. the same guy as a mailman in Episode 1

27. If you look closely, Wanda's license plate says "Excelsior," which is a nod to Stan Lee's iconic motto.

A circle around Wanda's license plate

28. The heart on the property deed for Wanda and Vision's house explains why the heart on the calendar in Episode 1 was so important. In the episode, the heart on the calendar ultimately marked Wanda and Vision's anniversary, so brb I am just going to be weeping forever.

A heart with a note from Vision saying, 'To grow old in V."

29. Also, if you want to keep sobbing with me, I have to point out that Vision probably had already bought the lot for their future home when he told Wanda he wanted to stay with her in Infinity War.

Vision telling Wanda, "Stay. Stay with me" in "Infinity War"

30. When Wanda falls to the ground while standing in what would've been her home with Vision, we previously saw a flash of this moment in Episode 5 when Monica was explaining what she felt while inside The Hex.

Wanda weeping and standing on the lot where she and Vision's house would be

31. Wanda's magic exploding while she grieves Vision is reminiscent of what happened to her in Avengers: Age of Ultron after Pietro's death.

Red magic coming out of Wanda's chest vs. red magic killing Ultron's minions

32. The way Wanda and Vision's house comes together looks like the variant cover of House of M Issue #1.

A house being built brick by brick with Wanda's red magic

33. Agatha's outfit at the end of the episode is a nod to her outfit in the Marvel comics.

Agatha in a blue dress and purple magic radiating off of her while she uses a rope to hold Tommy and Billy in place

34. Agatha tells Wanda that she's using "Chaos Magic," and this is when I started screaming because this is directly taken from Scarlet Witch's comic book history. In the comics, Agatha ultimately trains Wanda, which helps Wanda increase her control of Chaos Magic.

Agatha saying, "Oh, yes, your children, vision, and this whole little life you've made. This is Chaos Magic, Wanda"

35. Also, Agatha refers to Wanda as "The Scarlet Witch," and this is actually the first time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that Wanda's comic book name has been used.

Agatha telling Wanda, "And that makes you...the Scarlet Witch"

36. After all of the jokes about the "Please standby" at the end of the episodes, Episode 8 is the first time we don't see that title card at the end.

A close-up of Wanda's eye

37. And finally, in the post-credit scene, we get a look at White Vision. In the comics, White Vision appears after Vision is rebuilt, and he doesn't have any of the OG Vision's memories and is emotionless.

A close-up of White Vision's head

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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