This show has my brain tied up into knots as each episode pushes us deeper and deeper into the mystery of the series. The third episode, set in the 70s’, is the funniest episode yet with more humorous moments from Wanda and the surprise comedy relief that is Paul Bettany as Vision.
There’s jokes galore and so much joy but then the show continues to turn to a darker side by revealing to us in several different ways that something is very, very wrong.
I find myself even more surprised and excited for what’s ahead. It’s very clear that these next six episodes are only going to get better and better and I am ecstatic!
And yeah, I’m sticking to my theory that Wanda is going to be a villain by the end of this series. You’ll know why I’m saying that if you see this episode.
I thank you for reading and
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Yeah. That’s kind of where I was after the first one. I will refrain from sharing further theories here just yet.
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