Marvel Production’s recent hit TV series WandaVision has come to its conclusion. The recently aired WandaVision Episode 9 sees Elizabeth Olson’s Wanda Maximoff about to get into a fight with Agatha Harkness, played by Kathryn Hahn.
WandaVision Episode 9’s Talking Points
Vision, the loss of whom caused Wanda to create the illusion that is the premise of the show, has also been re-created. Tyler Hayward, the suspicious director of SWORD played by John Stamberg, seems to have managed to somehow make Vision’s original body open his eyes.
However, the recently resurrected Paul Bettany’s Vision does not seem to be the same. His eyes lack life even after being told about what has happened by Darcy Lewis, the astrophysicist played by Kat Dennings.
We are also shown Monica Rambeau, the SWORD agent who has seemingly gained superpowers. The last time we saw her was when she was involved in a heavy dialogue with Pietro Maximoff. Pietro was introduced as a minion of Agatha. He also served as an easter egg as it had been hinted that he had a connection with the X-Men.
The following part is spoiler-heavy. WandaVision episode 9 sees Wanda realizing her illusion. She lets everything and everyone go, including her kids. However, she uses her power to make Agatha continue as nothing more than an annoying neighbor.
After Wanda leaves Westville, and as the credits roll, we get to see Monica talking with an FBI agent. The agent turns out to be a disguised Skrull. A reference is made to Nick Fury, who is in space currently, also pointing to the end-credits scene in Spiderman: Far From Home.
In typical Marvel fashion, the post-credits of WandaVision episode 9 shows Wanda living alone in the middle of nowhere. She is seen to be reading Darkhold, the ancient book in Agatha’s basement that is supposed to have stories of the Scarlet Witch. Her children’s cries for help are also heard which is a definite sign that they are not just illusions anymore.