WandaVision didn’t have a single post-loan scene in the first six episodes, and now it’s back to back again. WandaVision Episode 8 introduces the scenes from the end credits, just like we saw in WandaVision Episode 7 last week. Moreover, it is more important because it introduces WandaVision’s second villain. Of course, the first one was Agatha (All Always) Harkness (Kathryn Hahn), who showed her true self at the end of episode 7 of WandaVision. Since there may be two villains now, the work of Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) has been tailored. Next week, we will enter the 9th episode of WandaVision, the finale of the Marvel Cinematic Universe series.

WandaVision Episode 8 Review: The Ghost of Wanda Maximoff

Spoilers for WandaVision episode 8 “Previously On”.

WandaVision Episode 8 Award Scene

Although the post-loan scene in WandaVision episode 7 is related to the event, the credit in WandaVision episode 8 has nothing to do with the scene. On the contrary, it directly stems from a trivial moment in WandaVision Episode 7. This is the relevant part of the overview of WandaVision Episode 7:

outer [Westview] Hex, SWORD’s acting director, Tyler Hayward (Josh Stamberg) is preparing to launch something, although episode 7 of WandaVision never received his support in the rest of the episode. For the rest of the plot, this is obviously a compelling action.

This is indeed the case, because the scene in WandaVision Episode 7 exists purely for the future tea, and eventually becomes the post-loan scene in WandaVision 8. Marvel may also be easy to delete it, honestly, it will not affect the MCU series at all.

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Two minutes after the end of the movie, WandaVision’s episode 8 takes us back to New Jersey, and Hayward looks at the enhanced hexadecimal red pulsating border. A SWORD officer walked to Hayward and informed him that he was “ready to launch.” This directly quoted Hayward’s remarks about preparing to launch something. Hayward replied: “It’s time.”

Hayward turned to go to a tent. He said to another SWORD officer: “We take this thing apart and put it back a million times. When all we need is to get a little energy directly from the source, we tried. Every power source in the sun.”

WandaVision episode 8 credits were cut after the scene was cut to show that Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) sent back Westview Hex’s 1980s Stark Industries drone in WandaVision episode 5 without realizing that Hayward and Co. had done it. Weaponized. Wanda used her magic to make it malfunction, then walked out of the hex and threw it in the face of SWORD. For Hayward, this is very effective, because the potential magic has helped him.

Hayward then nodded and signaled to his deputy to make the “things” worse. It turns out that this is visual (Paul Bettany). Is he blue or is it just lights? It seems to be the light, because it means we have a white vision on our hands, and he has some history in the comics.

Paul Bettany plays White Vision in WandaVision Episode 8
Image source: Disney/Marvel Studios

Short version: Vision’s silver and purple are a choice, after all, he is a robot made of vi. Therefore, when SWORD decides to “separate and reunite him again a million times”, a part of Vision will naturally be lost in the process-turning this resurrected corpse into a colorless robot, purely a weapon.

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The post-credit scene of WandaVision episode 8 also confirmed the actual condition of Vision’s body. In WandaVision Episode 5, Hayward claimed that Wanda stole it from their headquarters-he cleverly edited CCTV videotapes to prove his position-to bring him back to life. This would violate the wishes of the vision and the Sokovia Agreement, which Hayward used to accuse Wanda and portray it as an enemy.

But it turns out that Hayward has been lying. Datcy Lewis (Kat Dennings) was the first to seize Hayward’s plan because she broke into Hayward’s system, And found that Hayward had been tracking the vision inside Hex.

It is not Wanda, but SWORD that violates the will of the vision and the Sokovia Agreement. They have been trying to get him back online. As Hayward pointed out in WandaVision episode 8, Vision is a $3 billion asset and the most insightful weapon ever. Hayward and Co. don’t see Vision as a person, but just “things” they can use for their purposes.

Now he is online and ready. Are there any initial visions left in him? I doubt it. Will Wanda kill vision again? Well, at least this time, she has another vision. Someone told me that this would be a painful and tragic moment. Maybe Westview Vision will sacrifice itself to defeat White Vision? Or is their destiny intertwined? There is no doubt that we will get the answer in the WandaVision series finale.

WandaVision episode 8 is now available on Disney + and Disney + Hotstar. WandaVision episode 9 will be released on March 5th at 12 am PST/1:30 pm U.S. Standard Time.

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