This episode highlights what’s great about the MCU (Wandavision Ep. 7 Spoiler Review & Discussion)

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Volume Dealer
Volume Dealer
5 months ago

That was such a trash episode.
This had to be written by a woke femenazi with the overabundance of female military personnel.
The truck scene was stupid,and the only thing cool for the entire episode was the effect of Rambo going through the muti-verse Hex.
The revel was garbage, cringe, and not exciting. We already knew she was Harkness when mostly everyone was hoping for Nightmare or Mesphisto.
Darcy is so unfunny,and go figure,she makes this property worse.
This was a dud.

abby yates
abby yates
5 months ago

This series has absolutely blown my mind. I never expected it to be nearly this good or tbh this important to the next phase of the MCU. I mean, I didn’t think it would be bad, but it totally exceeded my expectations, and continues to every single week

Lundog
Lundog
5 months ago

Anyone else see the parallels in Wandavision and real life?
Or Star Wars for that matter! Agatha is like KK.

Xec050
Xec050
5 months ago

If Evan Peters isn't the Fox Quicksilver and none of this leads to X-Men I'm going to be very disappointed

Tubby
Tubby
5 months ago

I should be rooting for Wanda but honestly despite her killing Sparky that song has me rooting for Agatha a little.

nerdrage557
nerdrage557
5 months ago

The agatha reveal with the Munsters music made me laugh. Good episode this week

Maung Lay
Maung Lay
5 months ago

MCU itself is so deep and realized now where anything everything crazy just seem to fit right in. Stories can go millions ways and it will still all feel connected. It's really truly amazing how that works.

abby yates
abby yates
5 months ago

Also, just in case some ppl didn’t see it, there was an end credits scene on this episode 🙂

Dustin Duffy
Dustin Duffy
5 months ago

lol… I see what you did there… "Subverting expectations just for the sake of it, is still reserved for another franchise."

MTV 2020
MTV 2020
5 months ago

Agatha was the man behind the slaughter

Firelord 91021
Firelord 91021
5 months ago

Someone in my online class spoiled the agetha reveal before I got to watch the episode.

Derek Lopez
Derek Lopez
5 months ago

What grade would you give Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch ?

Almost Midnight
Almost Midnight
5 months ago

I'm really glad I have this after the mandalorian s2 and after this we get falcon and winter soldier and then loki and other mcu movies that supposed to release last year. I'm so glad I survive 2020

Violator
Violator
5 months ago

She killed Sparky too! 🤫

ResidentTDK007
ResidentTDK007
5 months ago

If that is in fact the Nexus underneath Agatha’s home, then I’m hoping we finally get to see Man-Thing!

Ken Benobi
Ken Benobi
5 months ago

Entirely possible that ‘Pietro’ is actually Nick Scratch, Agatha’s son. OR an older Tommy???

Sealion Studios
Sealion Studios
5 months ago

It was so great to finally see the real Captain Marvel. Lord knows we've been waiting long enough 😊

AwesomeM
AwesomeM
5 months ago

A more likey villain to be introduced is nightmare or mephisto as nightmares have been mentioned a lot and he was the supposed to be the original doctor strange 2 villain

igelkott255
igelkott255
5 months ago

I was cackling with delight with the way they did the reveal at the end. It was great!

TerrificTaco61
TerrificTaco61
5 months ago

Every episode ends with me going “Why can’t it be next week yet?”

Dustin Roberts
Dustin Roberts
5 months ago

So many colors associated with powers. Wanda’s are Red, Vision’s are Yellow, Monica’s Blue and Agatha’s Purple (sorry for spoilers).

Captain DC
Captain DC
5 months ago

I knew someone was hiding something

TinCanYT
TinCanYT
5 months ago

This was so good. I’m so hyped for 8th, 9th and hopefully the leaked 10th episode

Öntas Bülent
Öntas Bülent
5 months ago

Everyone: Wow they brought the character from the comics.
Me: yeah who the hell is Agatha?

Kenny McCormick
Kenny McCormick
5 months ago

🎶Agatha all along🎶

LunaSalt
LunaSalt
5 months ago

ive been waiting all day for your video on this you have no idea

Cool Myron
Cool Myron
5 months ago

The show is pretty predictable for me. Tho I already knew what comics they were taking this all from. It's cool to see the twist they add to some of the characters tho.
I just wonder who the big bad is. I got 3 ideas as to who. I have been right so far so I'm very excited. 🙂

I find myself still liking Mando over this tho.

Mac Mcleod
Mac Mcleod
5 months ago

I only say this because it's towards Channel. But I am certain Star Wars could have been done this well too.

It's critical to maintain suspension of disbelief to follow the rules that the prior stories setup.

Now I'm going to backtrack and say it couldn't have been done as well because Star Wars is the first draft. The MCU is like the 7th or 9th or 12th draft. What we see in the MCU is literally The Best of the Best.

If Star Wars had taken the best 40 stories from the extended universe and the best couple of storylines from the comic books then it had the potential to be as good as the MCU.

The MCU constantly benefits from the fact that there retelling stories that were already winners. They may retell them slightly differently or updated for modern times but they're not starting from scratch.

They have put together a fine crew that respects the MCU Canon. I swear it seems like the Lucas story group actively hates Star Wars Canon and Star Wars existing characters.

TinCanYT
TinCanYT
5 months ago

I think Wanda will talk with Agatha while Vision will look for her. Monica and Pietro will become a team and try to team up on Agatha. Sword and Hayward with launch an assaults on the hex and Jimmy Woo will try to stop em. That’s my theory.

Senior Woodz
Senior Woodz
5 months ago

Well when you explain it like that of course it sounds crazy.

Öntas Bülent
Öntas Bülent
5 months ago

Star Wars: I have the high Ground I’m Disney +
Kein Feige *laughs in Wandavision

Audiophile Archive
Audiophile Archive
5 months ago

The Agatha theme is my new jam

Ki-Adi-Mundi
Ki-Adi-Mundi
5 months ago

Honestly I loved every part of this episode…right up until the musical segment at the very end. It really seemed very cringey with it's presentation; and almost insulting in how much it slaps you in the face showing every aspect of Agnes' betrayal, as if you have zero brain cells and can't figure anything out for yourself. But still, that's my only complaint on one of the best episodes yet. Hopefully that trend continues.

Kenny McCormick
Kenny McCormick
5 months ago

How the hell does Darcy know as much as she does? How would she know that thanos rewound time or about vision originally coming from Jarvis and ultron? Is that just common knowledge in the mcu cause it seems like fewer people would have trusted vision if they knew all that.

Cole Buckon
Cole Buckon
5 months ago

I really enjoyed almost everything about this episode. The only thing which disappointed me was Rambeau’s “awakening”, so to speak.

It was certainly foreshadowed well. I like how her getting powers wasn’t a focal point of the show, just something happening along the way.

At the same time, though, the show tries to frame it as an character development with those flashback snippets in the background. The thing is, Rambeau hasn’t grown or developed through this story. Much as I enjoy the idea of her connecting with Wanda through the lessons she’s “learned” about grief, Rambeau herself hasn’t really struggled with or been hindered by her grief. She didn’t “earn” this moment, either by overcoming obstacles or getting us invested in her struggle.

As a result, as much as I hate to say it, I have to agree with those people comparing Rambeau to Rey. She was a paragon who was already taking charge, defying an inept or morally bankrupt authority, and surrounded by people willing to drop everything and put faith in her, and now she has super powers and is delivering lessons to an established but fallen hero in whom we actually had emotional connection. There is still time to pull her back from the edge and give her substance, but tipping any farther towards it will sour a character whom I was genuinely excited to see on-screen.

On a happier note, I’m happy with how the Agatha Harkness reveal was handled. They went plowed headfirst into making her as hammy and magical as possible. It’s great to see them embracing the weird.

Steel Sword
Steel Sword
5 months ago

I love the subtle existential/lovecraftian vibes. The whole idea of uncertainty about what's going on and characters seemingly under the influence of an otherworldly being. Great lead into the 'Multiverse of Madness' and the greater cosmic MCU

Son of a Pirate
Son of a Pirate
5 months ago

First the odd then the woke

UltimateDBZ James
UltimateDBZ James
5 months ago

I have to say, I'm a fan of Agatha, I never in a million years would've thought she'd be behind this. I wanted her to come into the MCU but not as a villain. She's such an obscure character that they can get away with doing whatever they want with her, I may very well be the only person who dislikes her being a villain. It's cool to see her in general because it was already unlikely, but the twist really did throw me for a loop.

Logan Beaumont
Logan Beaumont
5 months ago

Im sorry Ms. Olsen, but the only thing in the MCU that would be a "Luke Skywalker in the Mandalorian" cameo would be brining back Iron Man. Anything else would not be as big as the original main character of a franchise.

C Lenzen
C Lenzen
5 months ago

MCU Movies can affect Agents of Shield, but not the other way around.

Exar Kun
Exar Kun
5 months ago

Its most likely Nightmare (w/ maybe with elements of Chthon and mephisto)

Exar Kun
Exar Kun
5 months ago

I think the Book is from kamertaj in the ancient ones collection cause no one was protecting it in endgame

Exar Kun
Exar Kun
5 months ago

Chthon is pronounced ch and like tone

Kevin Cruz
Kevin Cruz
5 months ago

Egnes

Alex Larsen
Alex Larsen
5 months ago

Episodes from the last few weeks have all had a big "Whoa" moment towards the end, which left me feeling hyped for the next episode.

This episode's moment is the reveal of Agatha Harkness. However, since everyone had been predicting it for so long, it didn't have as big an impact, so the episode's ending was a little anti-climactic.
It also doesn't help that Vision's last scene was just him abandoning Darcy, whom he went out of his way to recruit.
I'm still looking forward to the next episode, but I'm not as hyped. It left me feeling like I stopped watching in the middle of an episode. I'm not sure if I'm describing it properly.

That's not really the shows fault, though. I think it's a mixture of me knowing just enough about Agatha Harkness to not be surprised by the twist, but not enough to actually be hyped to see her in the show.

I definitely agree with Thor Skywalker's sentiments about the MCU, though. It's really cool to see a mainstream movie franchise grow to the point where it can actually approach the level of weirdness that comic readers have gotten used to.

Chief Lutes
Chief Lutes
5 months ago

Lol! “It seems that subverting expectations just for the sake of it is reserved to another franchise.” Total win Thor!

and1n11
and1n11
5 months ago

I completely disagree with this. This show has progressively felt worse to me and doesn’t feel “comic book style” to me at all. As the show continues I’m less motivated to watch. The humor is bad and it keeps creeping closer and closer to the plastic, cliche vibe that the entire mcu gives me.

Remus Lazar
Remus Lazar
5 months ago

Snoopers gonna snoop

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