After immersing yourself in Wanda’s grief, it’s time to face Agatha sticking to mid- and post-credit scenes

WandaVision ended Friday with the ninth episode of the Marvel Cinematic Universe show that hit Disney Plus.We got to the season finale when Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn) discovered Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) the Chaos-magical Scarlet Witch and it looks like they’re fighting on the streets of Westview

Wanda’s husband Vision (Paul Bettany) is also on his way home after astrophysicist Darcy Lewis (Kat Dennings) exposes his past However, we learned that this vision is a magical construct created by Wanda – seedy SWORD director Tyler Hayward (Josh Stamberg) brought his original synthetic body back online outside of town and it sure looks like a soulless shell

Also in the game is the newly overpowering SWORD agent Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris), who we last saw confronted with Pietro Maximoff (Evan Peters) – Agatha’s mysterious servant and an obvious refugee from the X-Men universe

The series ends with Wanda releasing Westview and letting her family go – Vision, Tommy and Billy all disappear with the illusion that she also forces Agatha to resume her role as nosy neighbor Agnes before moving on to a life of apparent solitude breaks up

In a midcredits scene, Monica meets an agent at the theater after Wanda leaves and the FBI begins cleaning up the city. She turns out to be a Skrull sent by a buddy of Monica’s late mother – presumably in relation to him Postcredits superstar Nick Fury

“He heard that you were grounded. He would like to meet you,” says the agent, before pointing and surreptitiously looking up

The “unmasking” of Skrull echoes one of the postcredits scenes in Spider-Man: Far From Home, which also revealed that Fury was in space. Monica’s smile suggests that she is absolutely ready for a space adventure, yes please This is probably a reference to Captain Marvel 2

The post credit scene jumps to Wanda, who lives in a remote cabin Her physical self cooks a kettle for tea and her separate, magical self reads from the Darkhold – an old book of power spells previously featured in Agents of SHIELD and Agatha’s insane creepy basement

Agatha mentioned that there is an entire chapter on the Scarlet Witch, so Wanda is probably reading it to try to get a better grip on her powers, but we also hear about her seemingly missing sons Billy and Tommy

It seems they still exist in some form, so Wanda will obviously want them back

WandaVision, episode 9, Paul Bettany

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