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WandaVision: A Complete Recap Ahead Of This Week's Season Finale


08:00 4 Mar 2021

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This Friday's episode of WandaVision is the final episode of the season.

You might be thinking, what are we going to do every Friday from now on? Well, for now, let's try not to think about that too much.

Here's a season recap to get you ready for the final episode.

Episode 1

Set in the 1950s, newlyweds Wanda and Vision move to Westview.

Despite their superpowers, the couple try to fit in as they live idealised suburban lives.

In this episode we meet their neighbour Agnes, who plays a big role in the series.

Episode 2

In this episode, strange things start happening.

Wanda finds a yellow and red toy helicopter in the garden of their black-and-white sitcom world.

She also hears a voice on the radio that appears to be speaking to her.

Wanda and Vision hear a loud noise outside their home.

A beekeeper emerges from a manhole on their street, and Wanda resets their reality.

The episode ends with their black and white world returning to colour as they enter the 1970s.

Episode 3

Wanda learns she's four months pregnant, and before she knows it she's giving birth to twins, Tommy and Billy.

Her mysterious neighbour Geraldine, who's new to town, helps her through the process at home.

Meanwhile, Vision is starting to notice strange happenings in his new town.

Outside, his neighbour Herb unknowingly cuts through their wall.

He later finds him gossiping about Geraldine with Agnes.

Meanwhile, back in their house, Geraldine tells Wanda that she knows Ultron killed her brother Pietro.

Wanda blasts her neighbour out of Westview, and past a static wall surrounding the town.

Geraldine is approached by a team of S.W.O.R.D agents.

Episode 4

The episode opens with S.W.O.R.D agent Monica Rambeau returning to life following the Blip.

She's devastated to learn her mother Maria has died.

It's not long before she returns to work as an agent under Acting Director Tyler Hayward.

She teams up with FBI agent Jimmy Woo on a missing persons case in Westview.

They soon learn the town is surrounded by a forcefield, and Monica finds herself pulled inside.

S.W.O.R.D create a base around the town to investigate the anomaly.

Dr. Darcy Lewis is brought onboard to help solve the mystery.

She soon discovers broadcast signals for the sitcom WandaVision. 

This is used to monitor what's happening inside the town.

They find Monica, who appears in the sitcom as Wanda's neighbour, Geraldine.

It turns out the people of Westview have been cast in this real-life sitcom.

Darcy and Jimmy use the radio to contact Wanda, but it doesn't go as planned.

Episode 5

Tommy and Billy are suddenly much older, and they're begging their parents to let them keep the dog they just found.

Vision becomes frustrated with Wanda, who's become way too relaxed about who does and doesn't know about her powers.

Later at work, he finds an email from S.W.O.R.D about the Westview anomaly.

After breaking past the façade his co-worker has been forced to put on, he learns Wanda is controlling Westview.

S.W.O.R.D. send a drone into Westview to attack Wanda, but it doesn't work.

She confronts the agency outside the forcefield and warns them to back off.

Later, Vision confronts Wanda at home.

However, they're interrupted by a knock at the door.

Her brother Pietro, who was killed by Ultron, stands outside their home.

Episode 6

At this point, WandaVision is set in the late 1990s/ early 2000s.

While Wanda spends Halloween with the twins and her brother, Vision lies and tells her he's on neighbourhood watch duty.

He embarks on a journey to discover what's outside Westview.

As he leaves town, he notices the people around him frozen in their positions.

He finds Agnes in her car, and decides to break through to her real self, as he did with his co-worker.

She asks, "Am I dead?" He responds, "No, why would you think that?" "Because you are," she tells him.

Meanwhile, at S.W.O.R.D, Hayward dismisses Monica, Darcy, and Jimmy after they disagree with his decision to attack Wanda.

As a result, they sneak back inside and hack into his computer, only to find he's been tracking Vision.

Vision gets to the forcefield and tries to push his way through and begins to disintegrate.

Billy senses this and warns his mother, who makes the forcefield much larger to keep Vision inside.

In doing this, she sucks in a bunch of S.W.O.R.D. agents, including Darcy.

Episode 7

Wanda takes the day for herself, while Agnes agrees to look after the twins.

Meanwhile, the S.W.O.R.D. agents have been cast as members of a circus.

Vision finds Darcy and releases her from the anomaly's control.

She tells him everything, and he's absolutely shocked.

Outside, Monica and Jimmy get their hands on a vehicle that should be able to break through the forcefield.

When it doesn't work, Monica jumps out and walks through on her own.

She confronts Wanda, and warns her to stop what she's doing.

Agnes gets involved and pulls Wanda away from the situation, and invites her into her home.

Wanda soon discovers Agnes is a very powerful witch named Agatha Harkness - she's behind a bunch of strange happenings in the town.

For example, Agatha was the one who sent the Pietro impersonator.

Episode 8

The episode opens with an explanation of where Agatha came from.

The year is 1963 in Salem, and a coven of witches led by her mother attempt to kill her with dark magic.

But Agatha is strong, and she manages to escape the situation.

Back in the Westview, she demands Wanda tell her how she's controlling the town.

When Wanda refuses to cooperate, the witch forces her to relive moments from her life.

In doing this, we learn Wanda grew up watching sitcoms with her family.

We also learn she tried to recover Vision's body from S.W.O.R.D after his death.

Hayward however, refused to let her bury him, so she caused mayhem in the agency building.

In her grief, she drove to a lot in Westview, which Vision had bought for them before he died.

Heartbroken, and angry, she uses her powers to build the life they dreamed of.

Agatha realises what Wanda is, "a myth, a being, capable of spontaneous creation."

It turns out Wanda is a, "Scarlet Witch."

The final episode streams on Disney+ this Friday.

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