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This article contains spoilers for WandaVision episode 3. In case you thought WandaVision’s sitcom homages were a passing fad, episode 3 “Now in Color” makes clear that the influences are here to stay…for now at least. Just as episodes 1 and 2 drew inspiration from The Dick Van Dyke Show, Bewitched, and I Dream of
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This article contains WANDAVISION Episode 3 spoilers, and potential spoilers for future episodes, the wider MCU, and Marvel Comics. We have a spoiler free review here. WandaVision episode 3 is the first full color episode of the series, and moves the setting from the black-and-white 1960s of the previous episodes to a vibrant Brady Bunch-esque Technicolor of the early 1970s.
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This A Discovery of Witches review contains spoilers. Grrrngh, click, vroom. Hear that? The sound of a series revving out of the muddy furrow in which it’s languished for two episodes, and getting back on track. Episode three gave us much less Matthew in the tower, and much more Diana spontaneously sprouting tree branches from
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This article contains WandaVision episode 3 spoilers. WandaVision Episode 3 As we saw at the end of last week’s two-episode premiere of WandaVision, Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) had decided to avoid some troubling cracks in her black-and-white sitcom world (like that eerie beekeeper) by sprucing the place up with some color. In episode 3, WandaVision
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This article contains some WandaVision spoilers. WandaVision primarily takes place inside an idealized, idyllic, sitcom-themed unreality. One that we’re still not sure is actually happening in any form, or that is strictly a product of the Scarlet Witch‘s reality-altering powers. In any case, the town that most of the show takes place in is called
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