WandaVision Episode 6 is the sixth instalment of the Disney+ superhero streaming TV drama. After the mind-blowing surprise ending of the previous episode, WandaVision Episode 6 carries forward the sitcom concept of the series thus far by morphing into a 90s-era TV show, complete with powerpop-based theme song (think : Friends)
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At this point, it is impossible to discuss the episodes without revealing the central surprise of the series so far i.e. the return of Pietro Maximoff – who was killed in Avengers : Age of Ultron – except that this Pietro is the Evan Peters version (from the Fox X-movies) and not Aaron Taylor-Johnson (the MCU version).
Utterly perplexing of course, and Episode 6 does not quite resolve the many queries that naturally arise due to this shocking development. Suffice to say that Pietro – unlike Vision and the other residents of Westview – appears to be cognisant of what Wanda is doing and not entirely bothered by the situation whatsoever.
Over at the S.W.O.R.D. camp outside Westview, Director Tyler Hayward continues to view Wanda as a super-villain, much to the chagrin of Monica Rambeau, Jimmy Woo and Dr Darcy Lewis. This conflict makes it even more difficult for the trio to try to figure a solution to the dilemma.
Meanwhile, back in Westview, Vision is beginning – after the events of the previous episode – to suspect that something is amiss and investigates matters to get to the bottom of things. We also get a good look at the powers of Billy (Wiccan) and Tommy (Speed) and will we get to see the twins after the events of WandaVision? Certainly, the boys would be a brilliant set up for the Young Avengers – of which they are members in the comics.
Much to digest certainly in WandaVision Episode 6, with three more episodes to provide clarity as to the central mystery of this intriguing series.
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