Each episode of Wandavision corresponds to a specific era of comedy. But as time passes, Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) is unaware and her control over Westview is weakening. Thus, the arachnostic stuff is a late crepe.
There have been explosive revelations in the last few episodes that could change not only Westview but the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. This, of course, includes the unexpected arrival of Pietro Maximoff (X-Mens Evan Peters nor Aaron Taylor Johnson, as we and Wanda remember him from Age of Ultron), his long-dead brother who is now a different face. . He is fully aware of the nature of reality.
As things unfold, the final two episodes promise even more earth-shattering.
And yet, Wanda is not ready to give up yet, and she is still doing her best to maintain the faux sitcom illusion.
In a teaser for the upcoming episode 7, Wanda breaks down the fourth wall and talks directly to the audience about mockery shows like The Office and Modern Family. Is it 2000 or 2010 in Westview?
Wanda talks about how we all are, “expanding the boundaries of a false world intentionally created.” The twins arrive and tell him their problem – their video-game controllers turn into different objects. Wanda is not in the mood to listen, however, and tells them that she is resting her eyes. Under the cover, she remembers that she is still draped in her Halloween costume.
There is no sign yet of Vision (Paul Bettany), who nearly died in the previous episode while trying to escape from Westview. Wanda expanded the city limits to protect him.
The question is, is Wanda doing all this herself? Or is that someone’s pawn? We think there is more to meet the eye. She can maintain this reality, but she probably has not created it herself.