Before the new show launches, I thought it would be helpful to take a moment and reflect on the Disney+ era of the MCU so far. In the spirit of the recently ended Olympics, let's rank each of the three shows based on indefinable qualities that NBC commentators would struggle to explain to laypeople watching at home. And since this ranking is based entirely on my own opinions, you can rest assured that it is 100% objectively correct and no I will not be taking questions.
This is lengthy, so I don't really have a clever introduction. Let's talk about the finale of WandaVision, the episode that crushed me
We asked for answers and boy did this episode provide them. Let's jump right in, shall we?
The first few episodes of WandaVision did a great job building up the questions. Ever since Wanda's confrontation with Hayward, we seem to have made a turn, getting a trickle of answers with each episode. In this episode we met a new villain and watched our heroes wrestle with who they are, what they have done, and what the future holds. Every episode leaves us wanting more, and this one was no exception.
The most common refrain I hear from people about WandaVision these days is some variation of, "I wish they would just drop all the episodes at once so I could know what happens!" Each episode teases a bit more, while adding new questions, and Episode 6 was no different. Last week was the classic "serious sitcom episode", so naturally this week we had to follow it up with a Halloween special: