Latest episode of Vandavision The biggest question answered began with the MCU Phase IV — using the pseudo-reality that has ever spread in the small town of Westview. There were other major revelations as well, such as how the fake Pietro landed in Westview, but it is still being discussed who He is really
Since when X MenAs the version of QuickSilver aka Peter Maximoff landed at Wanda’s doorstep in Westview, the Internet is trying to answer all the theories and discuss how their appearance began. But the latest episode Vandavision, “Breaking the Fourth Wall” not only unravels the mystery of who brought this version of Pietro to Westview, but also spreads key theories floating around, spying Wanda in the city as the real villain in disarray. Arrived to do.
As Wanda was the prime candidate to make the sitcom-world at Westview, it seemed fitting to claim that as he brought Vision to life, his grief at losing his brother led him to the X-Men universe Inspired to drop its second edition. Unlike Vision’s body, Pietro did not have access to his body to bring him back to life. But given her dilemma finding it at her door, we were sure it wasn’t Wanda’s and Episode 7 confirms the same.
Agnes aka Agatha Harkness brought her to Westview
It is now revealed that Wanda is not the “only magical girl” in the city because Agnes is a truly powerful witch, Agatha Harkness, somethings fans long ago predicted that the series was also released on Disney +. She was the one who brought this fake Pietro into Wanda’s dream life and is the “one” who was commonly mentioned in her head, suppressing her true identity. Somehow, he is running things in Westview using Wanda and his powers and controlling everything.
Agatha is trying to undermine Wanda
It appears that Agatha’s main agenda was to get Wanda’s twins at her hands and thus plotting to spend a significant amount of her powers to undermine Wanda. First, he killed Sparky, the twin dog, in the hope that Wanda would grieve her children and bring the dog to life, something she would need more than herself.
When it failed, he lured Vision to the limits of the energy sector covering Westview, saying he was under Wanda’s control, unable to leave Westview. This is what prompted Vision to step outside the barrier to learn what is outside and then, almost dying as a result, which means he will not survive without Hex. This exceeded Wanda’s limits of her powers as she expanded her fake-reality boundaries to include not only Vision but almost the entire SWORD base with her agents.
Episode 7 begins with the side-effects of Wanda, in which he is using a lot of power — he is lethargic and things around him are not as decade-appropriate as they used to be. They are tapping the constantly changing model, moving back and forth from time to time. It then becomes easier for Agatha to betray Wanda to her current vulnerable and confused state, where she manages to kidnap her children from under her nose and eventually confronts her with the truth.
But the identity of the fake Pietro is still a question
He could be Peter Maximoff, the quicksilver in the X-Men universe whom Agatha brought in to distract Wanda and she was having a second thought in terms of creating a guilt about creating a sitcom-reality. She engraved her memories with the townspeople just as she had given a different personality but was only able to give details about Pietro, whom she knew. Apparently, the fighting in Sokovia is public knowledge and everyone knows that Pietro was shot in the streets, saving Hockey. This explains why he only remembers his death while all his other memories are different from how Wanda remembers it. Does this mean that we can still expect Professor Charles Xavier to fall any day to save her?
Or maybe, just as Agnes’s description just means being Wanda’s “nosy neighbor”, now squat, perhaps the audio description in Episode 5 specifies that it was the X-Men version of QuickSilver, only to convince us that It was triggered to have multiverse. It could be that this “Pietro” is someone Agatha (and Marvel Studios) created to play with Wanda’s (and our) brains.
But an even bigger question is whether he is still in control of Agatha, because after being absent throughout the latest episode, the mid-credits scene catches him sniffing Monica around Agatha’s house. If she is producing or still in control of Agatha, it will not be good for Monica. Although she now has her comic book roots, she does not realize her powers. So, unless he accidentally hits her with one of his energy blasts, he is definitely in pickle. But if it really is Peter, then maybe Vision can wake him up like Darcy.
Catch the latest episode of Vandavision Currently streaming on the official Disney + app.
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