Here is a spoiler-filled recap of the WandaVision episode 7 of Disney+’s WandaVision, “Breaking the Fourth Wall,”
“WARNING: WandaVision Episode 7, “Breaking the Fourth Wall,” now available on Disney+, includes the following spoilers.
A lot happened in WandaVision last week, such as the twins emerging into their abilities, Vision seeking to flee the anomaly of Westview, and Wanda widening said anomaly to shield her family. Even as the Hex’s sitcom reality continues to move forward in time, now having entered the 2000s mockumentary era, the reality is starting to fall apart in several different ways around the Scarlet Witch.
A soft ditty wakes us in beside Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen), at the beginning of “Breaking the Fourth Wall,” who does not find Vision in bed next to her. True to the show’s title, when she ruminates on the previous episode’s conclusion, where she extended the Westview anomaly to rescue her husband, we cut to her tv personality. She takes a self-inflicted staycation as “punishment” for her acts, a full 24 hours only for herself.
When Wanda comes downstairs, avoiding the battle between her sons, Billy and Tommy (Julian Hilliard and Jett Klyne), she learns the elements appear to pass through time around her. Like a milk carton altering into an old-fashioned milk bottle, all of the marketing food surrounding her transforms. And we’re taken straight out of the office to the opening credits, with different photos of Wanda’s name. A variety of outstanding graphics stand out, including a sequence of letters spelling out “I know what you did, Wanda,” and a calendar with a heart around the date of Friday the 10th, eliciting the very first episode of WandaVision.
From there, when S.W.O.R.D. and Tyler Hayward (Josh Stamberg) set up the new strategic position to pursue their mission, the WandaVision episode 7 cuts to eight miles outside Westview. The director is more devoted than ever to have started as quickly as possible. Besides that, in front of a circus, Vision (Paul Bettany) wakes up, the effects of S.W.O.R.D. and its agents are changed by the extension of the anomaly. The synthezoid is confused for a clown and synonymous with Darcy Lewis, the escape artist (Kat Dennings). Although Vision has the recollection of seeing her the night before during his escape attempt, she knows none of it. She berates him, believing that he’s hitting her.
Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) and Agent Woo (Randall Park) visit Monica’s contact back outside Westview. Woo gets the last episode of a S.W.O.R.D. Initiative called “Cataract,” which was planned not to retrofit Vision but to get him back online. The organization’s mission is now clear: they want their sentient weapons back. The two interact with the army, bringing in a massive probe that “The Hex.” will potentially penetrate.
The project Cataract suit has a lot of similarities with the Fantastic Four Cosmic Suits.
Darcy tries to refuse Vision’s cries for help at the circus until he is compelled to use his abilities to get back his old self. The two fled from the sideshow, hijacking a food truck. Meanwhile, Wanda’s home, as it redecorates itself, starts to hum. Wanda complains to the camera that she can’t repair anything as an off-screen interviewer answers surprisingly, “Do you think maybe this is what you deserve?” It becomes painfully clear: Wanda is losing hold of her truth.
This week’s WandaVision ad takes viewers into a dreary Nexus antidepressant commercial, a red-and-yellow pill that “anchors you back to your reality, or the reality of your choice.” Billy enjoys the fact that things, like Agnes, are quiet at Agnes’ home. While that discovery disturbs the neighbor, she tells the boys that their mother is alright.
In absolute astronaut regalia, Monica suits up, ready to head in and get Darcy back. She colts the rover into the paradox at full strength, only for the Hex to strike right back. Right before the rover is partly re-written into a van and spit back out, Monica will get out. Monica, after the loss, remains optimistic that she will get it.
When several time period-appropriate iterations of her walk alongside her, we then get a trippy sequence of her going around the Hex. Her eyes unexpectedly shine blue with the voices of her mother, Nick Fury, and Captain Marvel ringing in her mind. She moves across to the other side. She has a different perspective of the universe from her new eyes when she sees electricity pulsating off nearby power lines.
Darcy brings Vision up on Avengers’s birth in the food truck: Age of Ultron and his death from Avengers: Infinity War. On the ride home, the two encounter a series of hurdles, which Vision thinks his wife is doing. Darcy assures the synthezoid, despite not getting many replies, that the love he and Wanda share is genuine and unconditional.
Monica meets Wanda at home, wanting to tell her what she has just heard about S.W.O.R.D. But she is stopped by an angry Wanda, trapping her in the air. Surprisingly, Monica recovers from the fall and asks Wanda not to let Hayward turn her the victim. She engages Wanda cautiously, sympathizing with missing the nearest one to her. “But unlike the Scarlet Witch, “because it’s my reality,” she doesn’t want to change or erase the agony. Agnes stops the conversation right as it seems like Monica is making a breakthrough, catapulting Wanda off.
The latter interrupts the proceedings while Darcy and Vision begin to wait for moving staff and schoolchildren, remembering that he should easily travel back to his home. Agnes stays at her house where Wanda sees some off-putting videos, including a curtains fly and Yo Gabba Gabba! On television. Instead of discovering a passageway overgrown with vines, she heads down to the dim basement to look for the guys. This leads to a room that includes cabinets packed with bones and a book coated with gold.
Agnes then appears, stroking her rabbit vengefully and advertising her powers. Finally, then, she shares her real name: Agatha Harkness. “We also get a precast concrete “Agatha All Along,” complete with the opening theme. It turns out she was behind most of the series’ incidents, including the magic show events from Episode 2, the oddness of neighbor Herb in Episode 3, the death of the dog Sparky, and the presence of Pietro in the world. For this show, she’s also the producer behind the camera.
Just what is that Agatha Harkness wants?
At the end of WandaVision episode 7, the musical montage as Agatha’s theme song reveals various earlier moments in the film, all of which Agatha Harkness seems to have actually exploited. The witch is a central figure in Scarlet Witch’s comic books’ history, but it is unclear from now on that Agatha does just what she does. Agatha’s comic version is a companion and coach of sorts to Wanda, helping her grow better in her magic skills of confusion.
It looks like Agatha is out for more sinister ends this time around, though. If she was really behind the illusion of Westview, somehow compelling Wanda to deliver the Spell, she must have a deeper motive. The explanation may be related to another of the biggest mysteries in WandaVision episode 7.
Why is Agatha Harkness revealing to Wanda her identity?
Another query about Agatha Harkness’s discovery in WandaVision episode 7 of WandaVision is why the witch unexpectedly tries to confess Wanda her real identity. There are a few openings. She might have achieved full ability if Agatha had used Wanda to harness or consume any kind of magical energy and then had no further need for the powers of Scarlet Witch. Alternatively, suppose her target had not yet been met. In that case, Monica’s intervention and Wanda’s lack of power (evidenced by artifacts slipping between periods) may have driven Agatha to desperate measures. Whatever the reason, followers of WandaVision have plenty to look forward to in the last presentation of the show.
In the latest reveal, we all noticed that the people knew that Agnes is Agatha Harkness. And it is what it is.
Monica Rambeau is still in question whether her powers are of Spectrum or Captain Marvel? She could be Photon, Captain Marvel, Pulsar, or even Spectrum. We all can say that Monica’s strength is the unintentional gift from Wanda. Her molecular structure kept on changing as she passed through the “Hex” barrier twice, and when she did it the third time, she received her powers, maybe with her willpower.
But it is revealed that Agatha is the antagonist, and she is controlling everything in the Westview. Mephisto is on top of the charts for the House of M. We can also see that Westview’s control, and now that Agnes revealed herself, we might see that real Wanda Maximoff, controlled by Agatha. Agatha could be the mentor to Wanda.
These revelations also resulted in some new problems. Considering the powers, and 8th episode is the final episode. What will they leave for the fans to scratch their hair and speculators to think more and more, and even we might deduce what could happen.