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2021-03-05 12:00:37 PM  

Michael J Faux: Okay, so ignoring a whole host of other problems (like the most shameless new-character shoehorning-in since Spidey in Civil War and Agatha still being kind of superfluous)..... can someone tell me why Wanda is the heroine and Agatha and Hayward are somehow villains? The woman is a straight-up galactic menace who has the blood of dozens on her hands and didn't even apologize to the town full of people that she brain-damaged. Captain Marvel 2 is just like, "Eh... they'll come around," which really flies in the face of the whole dealing with reality/repurcussions theme the show pretended to be about before the flying glowy witch/android fight.

On a related note: maybe I'm just getting too old and lame to enjoy this stuff.


That was about half the point of the last episode: Wanda isn't the heroine. She's just the protagonist. She caused real trauma and lasting harm to these people, then walked away without an explicit apology because she's powerful enough to do so. That was the point of the short conversation with Monica; what she did might have been understandable, and a lot of people would've done something similar if they'd been in a position to do so, but that doesn't mean Wanda's forgiven. At best, Monica is acknowledging that there's nothing she can do to stop Wanda, the incredibly powerful reality manipulator, from just leaving if she wants.

Agatha wasn't superfluous. She was the fly in the ointment that forced the entire scenario to collapse, and who knew enough about what was happening to be able to explain it. Without Agatha to screw everything up and accelerate the decay, the best-case scenario is that Monica eventually gets through to Wanda, but that could've taken much longer and they wouldn't have had any idea how Wanda did it.

You may or may not be old and lame, but you're not really engaging with the text here. There's this weird thing in nerd media, I've noticed, where people seem to voluntarily overlook/understate/minimize any degree of complexity in the work. This may have been a "superhero show," but that doesn't mean you're supposed to see Wanda as being wholly in the right.
 
2021-03-05 12:44:43 PM  
How does a now-Hexed Agatha work in an un-Hexed Westview?  Where everybody knows she's a witch and suffering the same mind control they've been enduring?  How many SWORD personnel caught that?
 
2021-03-05 1:06:42 PM  

threehammers: Like how they set up 3 different characters for the next set of movies.   Everyone brought their A game to the roles.  Would like to have seen more Kat Dennings tho'


Woo needs his own damned show. Maybe with Darcy and Rambo
 
2021-03-05 1:08:23 PM  

The Bestest: padraig: Like everything Marvel, they managed to not quite stick the landing.

I mean this was a nice ending, but very far from being the best episode.

"Disappointed, but not unsatisfied" would sum up my review.
A solid "B" ep, just doesn't measure up to the brilliance of earlier episodes.

My takeaways:
-Mephisto is gonna show up any day now. Yep. Annny day now..
-Ralph deconfirms a lot of other fan theories floating out there, too
-Feige really kinda threw Agents of SHIELD under the bus here, but not unexpected


On that last part, yeah. With the introduction of the Darkhold here and the, uh, rumored stuff about Falcon and Winter Solider it seems like they're gonna retcon Marvel TV out of existence. At least in terms of connecting to the wider MCU

Of course, we've also seen how good the rumor-mill is surrounding these things, so we'll see
 
2021-03-05 1:08:40 PM  
wandero:
You may or may not be old and lame, but you're not really engaging with the text here. There's this weird thing in nerd media, I've noticed, where people seem to voluntarily overlook/understate/minimize any degree of complexity in the work. This may have been a "superhero show," but that doesn't mean you're supposed to see Wanda as being wholly in the right.

Not all nerd media, many an "old school" anime and comics fan, can well understand the idea of complex multifaceted characters having conflicting motivations and agendas.

But we also have to acknowledge that a lot of that "media" over the years has been more focused on lensflare and explosions than worldbuilding.   While the next few Disney+ shows are going to be doing a lot of worldbuilding that the MCU movies could not afford the time for.
 
2021-03-05 1:09:25 PM  

wandero: Michael J Faux: Okay, so ignoring a whole host of other problems (like the most shameless new-character shoehorning-in since Spidey in Civil War and Agatha still being kind of superfluous)..... can someone tell me why Wanda is the heroine and Agatha and Hayward are somehow villains? The woman is a straight-up galactic menace who has the blood of dozens on her hands and didn't even apologize to the town full of people that she brain-damaged. Captain Marvel 2 is just like, "Eh... they'll come around," which really flies in the face of the whole dealing with reality/repurcussions theme the show pretended to be about before the flying glowy witch/android fight.

On a related note: maybe I'm just getting too old and lame to enjoy this stuff.

That was about half the point of the last episode: Wanda isn't the heroine. She's just the protagonist. She caused real trauma and lasting harm to these people, then walked away without an explicit apology because she's powerful enough to do so. That was the point of the short conversation with Monica; what she did might have been understandable, and a lot of people would've done something similar if they'd been in a position to do so, but that doesn't mean Wanda's forgiven. At best, Monica is acknowledging that there's nothing she can do to stop Wanda, the incredibly powerful reality manipulator, from just leaving if she wants.

Agatha wasn't superfluous. She was the fly in the ointment that forced the entire scenario to collapse, and who knew enough about what was happening to be able to explain it. Without Agatha to screw everything up and accelerate the decay, the best-case scenario is that Monica eventually gets through to Wanda, but that could've taken much longer and they wouldn't have had any idea how Wanda did it.

You may or may not be old and lame, but you're not really engaging with the text here. There's this weird thing in nerd media, I've noticed, where people seem to voluntarily overlook/understate/minimize any degre ...


I appreciate the thoughtful reply. Upon reflection, I can promise that I am kinda old and acceleratingly lame... but I can also confidently say that this show will not be long-examined for its adroit use of subtext, largely because almost as soon as the subtext began to pay off, they threw in Agatha to snarkily spell it all out repeatedly for the cheapseats. A few bordering-on-great scenes in the last episode felt ruined to me because of this (which is, to be honest, probably why Agatha bugs me so much - she mostly just says the quiet parts out loud).

Or maybe you're right and me just too stooopid to unnerstan.*

*I make this dumb joke with goodwill and am legitimately glad that you dug it more than I did.
 
2021-03-05 1:13:57 PM  

TDWCom29: The Bestest: padraig: Like everything Marvel, they managed to not quite stick the landing.

I mean this was a nice ending, but very far from being the best episode.

"Disappointed, but not unsatisfied" would sum up my review.
A solid "B" ep, just doesn't measure up to the brilliance of earlier episodes.

My takeaways:
-Mephisto is gonna show up any day now. Yep. Annny day now..
-Ralph deconfirms a lot of other fan theories floating out there, too
-Feige really kinda threw Agents of SHIELD under the bus here, but not unexpected

On that last part, yeah. With the introduction of the Darkhold here and the, uh, rumored stuff about Falcon and Winter Solider it seems like they're gonna retcon Marvel TV out of existence. At least in terms of connecting to the wider MCU

Of course, we've also seen how good the rumor-mill is surrounding these things, so we'll see


Just like the Netflix shows, the MCU connection was always a one-way street.  AoS tried to stay in continuity a bit early on with Fury, but by the last half of that series' run, it had nothing to do with the MCU and nobody even bothered to pretend otherwise.  It was its own continuity.
 
2021-03-05 1:14:39 PM  

NeoCortex42: TDWCom29: The Bestest: padraig: Like everything Marvel, they managed to not quite stick the landing.

I mean this was a nice ending, but very far from being the best episode.

"Disappointed, but not unsatisfied" would sum up my review.
A solid "B" ep, just doesn't measure up to the brilliance of earlier episodes.

My takeaways:
-Mephisto is gonna show up any day now. Yep. Annny day now..
-Ralph deconfirms a lot of other fan theories floating out there, too
-Feige really kinda threw Agents of SHIELD under the bus here, but not unexpected

On that last part, yeah. With the introduction of the Darkhold here and the, uh, rumored stuff about Falcon and Winter Solider it seems like they're gonna retcon Marvel TV out of existence. At least in terms of connecting to the wider MCU

Of course, we've also seen how good the rumor-mill is surrounding these things, so we'll see

Just like the Netflix shows, the MCU connection was always a one-way street.  AoS tried to stay in continuity a bit early on with Fury, but by the last half of that series' run, it had nothing to do with the MCU and nobody even bothered to pretend otherwise.  It was its own continuity.


Yeah I know, but still....
 
2021-03-05 1:44:44 PM  

TDWCom29: NeoCortex42: TDWCom29: The Bestest: padraig: Like everything Marvel, they managed to not quite stick the landing.

I mean this was a nice ending, but very far from being the best episode.

"Disappointed, but not unsatisfied" would sum up my review.
A solid "B" ep, just doesn't measure up to the brilliance of earlier episodes.

My takeaways:
-Mephisto is gonna show up any day now. Yep. Annny day now..
-Ralph deconfirms a lot of other fan theories floating out there, too
-Feige really kinda threw Agents of SHIELD under the bus here, but not unexpected

On that last part, yeah. With the introduction of the Darkhold here and the, uh, rumored stuff about Falcon and Winter Solider it seems like they're gonna retcon Marvel TV out of existence. At least in terms of connecting to the wider MCU

Of course, we've also seen how good the rumor-mill is surrounding these things, so we'll see

Just like the Netflix shows, the MCU connection was always a one-way street.  AoS tried to stay in continuity a bit early on with Fury, but by the last half of that series' run, it had nothing to do with the MCU and nobody even bothered to pretend otherwise.  It was its own continuity.

Yeah I know, but still....


I know, right? Such a good show with such good characters.
/give me Robbie and Melinda!

I am looking forward to Falcon and Winter Soldier but really looking forward to Loki <3
Would be a good spot for an AOS cameo if they are jumping realities =p
 
2021-03-05 2:11:40 PM  
I liked it.  Some hits to the feels there.  Loved that the Vison(s) sub-plot was basically resolved by a debate on the nature of reality.
Guess I'm not the least bit surprised that any real big payoffs will be rolled forward into movies (Hey people will still pay to see movies at some point in the future - why not use the D+ shows to really get the fans jonesing?)
 
2021-03-05 2:20:19 PM  

threehammers: Like how they set up 3 different characters for the next set of movies.   Everyone brought their A game to the roles.  Would like to have seen more Kat Dennings tho'


Me too! Especially in that tight circus outfit. That woman's got curves ...
 
2021-03-05 2:22:27 PM  
I liked her Halloween costume a lot better than her final "real" costume.
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2021-03-05 2:45:31 PM  

TommyDeuce: I liked it.  Some hits to the feels there.  Loved that the Vison(s) sub-plot was basically resolved by a debate on the nature of reality.
Guess I'm not the least bit surprised that any real big payoffs will be rolled forward into movies (Hey people will still pay to see movies at some point in the future - why not use the D+ shows to really get the fans jonesing?)


I just want to know why White Vision vanished as soon as Wanda's Vision restored his memories even though multiple threats remained active. He may well have had a valid reason for vacating the area and no longer interacting with anyone else but the story did nothing to communicate that to the audience so he just seems to drop out of the plot without explanation once he is no longer a threat.

It was a real What Happened to the Mouse moment.
 
2021-03-05 2:56:58 PM  

solokumba: NeoCortex42: I'm looking forward to the making-of special next week. Should be fun.

And in two weeks we get Falcon and Bucky. I expect that show to be much more "traditional" MCU, so it shouldn't cause the same level of divisiveness off the start.

I don't think I'll be as excited to see a guy with a bionic arm and a dude with a winged backpack either.


My wife is super excited for Falcon/Winter Soldier, but I have to say I'm simply not. Wandavision is really good, Loki looks good, What If? looks good, but I simply can't get up for F/WS.
 
2021-03-05 3:00:31 PM  

Sword and Shield: solokumba: NeoCortex42: I'm looking forward to the making-of special next week. Should be fun.

And in two weeks we get Falcon and Bucky. I expect that show to be much more "traditional" MCU, so it shouldn't cause the same level of divisiveness off the start.

I don't think I'll be as excited to see a guy with a bionic arm and a dude with a winged backpack either.

My wife is super excited for Falcon/Winter Soldier, but I have to say I'm simply not. Wandavision is really good, Loki looks good, What If? looks good, but I simply can't get up for F/WS.


It looks like a superhero take on the buddy cop movie, which could be great if they mine it for a similar 48 Hours/Lethal Weapon vibe.
 
2021-03-05 3:19:10 PM  

skyotter: I liked her Halloween costume a lot better than her final "real" costume.
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Are you playing some game where you're wrong about everything?

It's like what? A humiliation thing?
 
2021-03-05 3:26:51 PM  

Dimensio: threehammers: Like how they set up 3 different characters for the next set of movies.   Everyone brought their A game to the roles.  Would like to have seen more Kat Dennings tho'

You only counted three?

We have Monica Rambeau for Captain Marvel 2. Wanda Maximoff for Dr. Strange and the Multiverse of Madness. White Vision for whatever they want him in (strange that he just disappeared from the show as soon as Wanda's Vision dealt with him). Ralph Boehner who deserves his own entire movie now. Debra Jo Rupp's character along with Sarah/"Dottie" in some wacky comedy targeted at a female demographic.

Also, was Ralph's last name a reference to Growing Pains?


Don't forget the trilogy for the aerospace engineer.
 
2021-03-05 3:28:24 PM  

PartTimeBuddha: skyotter: I liked her Halloween costume a lot better than her final "real" costume.
[Fark user image 850x478]

Are you playing some game where you're wrong about everything?

It's like what? A humiliation thing?


That's weird.  I'm normally so in synch with the Fark hivemind.
 
2021-03-05 3:28:49 PM  

Vhale: TDWCom29: NeoCortex42: TDWCom29: The Bestest: padraig: Like everything Marvel, they managed to not quite stick the landing.

I mean this was a nice ending, but very far from being the best episode.

"Disappointed, but not unsatisfied" would sum up my review.
A solid "B" ep, just doesn't measure up to the brilliance of earlier episodes.

My takeaways:
-Mephisto is gonna show up any day now. Yep. Annny day now..
-Ralph deconfirms a lot of other fan theories floating out there, too
-Feige really kinda threw Agents of SHIELD under the bus here, but not unexpected

On that last part, yeah. With the introduction of the Darkhold here and the, uh, rumored stuff about Falcon and Winter Solider it seems like they're gonna retcon Marvel TV out of existence. At least in terms of connecting to the wider MCU

Of course, we've also seen how good the rumor-mill is surrounding these things, so we'll see

Just like the Netflix shows, the MCU connection was always a one-way street.  AoS tried to stay in continuity a bit early on with Fury, but by the last half of that series' run, it had nothing to do with the MCU and nobody even bothered to pretend otherwise.  It was its own continuity.

Yeah I know, but still....

I know, right? Such a good show with such good characters.
/give me Robbie and Melinda!

I am looking forward to Falcon and Winter Soldier but really looking forward to Loki <3
Would be a good spot for an AOS cameo if they are jumping realities =p


I think my whole thing is that I'm cool with the Marvel TV shows not being quote-unquote canon (although they're jettisoning a LOT of good stuff for no real good reason). I'd just like for them to J Johan Jamison a lot of the actors/characters into the, I suppose, now "legit" MCU. But I get a feeling that may not happen.

Though if it is going to happen, please don't anyone spoil anything
 
2021-03-05 3:32:31 PM  
I just want an explanation why Kitty was in the show with a non-speaking role. Red's gonna stick his foot in an ass if he ever finds out they silenced her.
 
2021-03-05 3:33:06 PM  

skyotter: PartTimeBuddha: skyotter: I liked her Halloween costume a lot better than her final "real" costume.
[Fark user image 850x478]

Are you playing some game where you're wrong about everything?

It's like what? A humiliation thing?

That's weird.  I'm normally so in synch with the Fark hivemind.


It really is a humiliation thing.
 
2021-03-05 3:34:15 PM  

PartTimeBuddha: I'm also pleased that the "theorists" of Reddit mostly tied themselves up in stupid knots of their own disappointment. Solid story, well told.


I thought it was great. I'm taking particular pleasure in the following:

The aerospace engineer was a simple plot device and not a character intro.

"Pietro" was just some guy, and not a link from the fox X universe to h the be MCU. the choice of actor was just a wink and a nod to the audience.

Paul Bettany always wanted to play with himself.

That said, I'm not sure this needs a second season. This sets up Wanda as a major player moving into phase 4 and beyond.
 
2021-03-05 3:34:24 PM  

drewsfarkthrowaway: I just want an explanation why Kitty was in the show with a non-speaking role. Red's gonna stick his foot in an ass if he ever finds out they silenced her.


She is such sitcom royalty that she gets third building and she was really only in 1 or 2 episodes
 
2021-03-05 3:37:36 PM  
I want to see more of the new awake analytical vision.
Also where did he go?
 
2021-03-05 3:45:19 PM  

drewsfarkthrowaway: I just want an explanation why Kitty was in the show with a non-speaking role. Red's gonna stick his foot in an ass if he ever finds out they silenced her.


She spoke a good bit. Watch the beginning of the season.
 
2021-03-05 3:46:21 PM  

Great_Milenko: PartTimeBuddha: I'm also pleased that the "theorists" of Reddit mostly tied themselves up in stupid knots of their own disappointment. Solid story, well told.

I thought it was great. I'm taking particular pleasure in the following:

The aerospace engineer was a simple plot device and not a character intro.

"Pietro" was just some guy, and not a link from the fox X universe to h the be MCU. the choice of actor was just a wink and a nod to the audience.

Paul Bettany always wanted to play with himself.

That said, I'm not sure this needs a second season. This sets up Wanda as a major player moving into phase 4 and beyond.


It's labeled as a series finale on D+. I think it worked perfectly as, essentially, a miniseries.
 
2021-03-05 4:53:09 PM  

batlock666: threehammers: Like how they set up 3 different characters for the next set of movies.   Everyone brought their A game to the roles.  Would like to have seen more Kat Dennings tho'

Me too! Especially in that tight circus outfit. That woman's got curves ...


Word.
 
2021-03-05 5:08:29 PM  

TDWCom29: I think my whole thing is that I'm cool with the Marvel TV shows not being quote-unquote canon (although they're jettisoning a LOT of good stuff for no real good reason). I'd just like for them to J Johan Jamison a lot of the actors/characters into the, I suppose, now "legit" MCU. But I get a feeling that may not happen.


AoS stopped being MCU canon by the end of season 2.
 
2021-03-05 5:18:18 PM  

Incorrigible Astronaut: Sword and Shield: solokumba: NeoCortex42: I'm looking forward to the making-of special next week. Should be fun.

And in two weeks we get Falcon and Bucky. I expect that show to be much more "traditional" MCU, so it shouldn't cause the same level of divisiveness off the start.

I don't think I'll be as excited to see a guy with a bionic arm and a dude with a winged backpack either.

My wife is super excited for Falcon/Winter Soldier, but I have to say I'm simply not. Wandavision is really good, Loki looks good, What If? looks good, but I simply can't get up for F/WS.

It looks like a superhero take on the buddy cop movie, which could be great if they mine it for a similar 48 Hours/Lethal Weapon vibe.


If only...
48 Hrs Redneck Bar Scene
Youtube I3s13jbmrn0
 
2021-03-05 5:44:23 PM  

Dimensio: some_beer_drinker: SVC_conservative: I was disappointed to find Westview was just a snowglobe in Sokovia.

what?

We find this out just after Wanda wakes up to find Vision coming out of the shower.


Looking back, these both would have been incredible endings.
 
2021-03-05 5:46:49 PM  

PartTimeBuddha: skyotter: I liked her Halloween costume a lot better than her final "real" costume.
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Are you playing some game where you're wrong about everything?

It's like what? A humiliation thing?


there's two reasons why he liked the halloween costume better
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2021-03-05 5:55:36 PM  

Sword and Shield: solokumba: NeoCortex42: I'm looking forward to the making-of special next week. Should be fun.

My wife is super excited for Falcon/Winter Soldier, but I have to say I'm simply not. Wandavision is really good, Loki looks good, What If? looks good, but I simply can't get up for F/WS.


Two hunky guys maybe?
 
2021-03-05 6:13:21 PM  

solokumba: Sword and Shield: solokumba: NeoCortex42: I'm looking forward to the making-of special next week. Should be fun.

My wife is super excited for Falcon/Winter Soldier, but I have to say I'm simply not. Wandavision is really good, Loki looks good, What If? looks good, but I simply can't get up for F/WS.

Two hunky guys maybe?


Eh, she's an Evans/Hemsworth type- I'm man enough to admit that.
 
2021-03-05 6:24:19 PM  

Sword and Shield: solokumba: Sword and Shield: solokumba: NeoCortex42: I'm looking forward to the making-of special next week. Should be fun.

My wife is super excited for Falcon/Winter Soldier, but I have to say I'm simply not. Wandavision is really good, Loki looks good, What If? looks good, but I simply can't get up for F/WS.

Two hunky guys maybe?

Eh, she's an Evans/Hemsworth type- I'm man enough to admit that.


You made my day with that reply. I hope F/WS will be good. Can't wait for Loki.
 
2021-03-05 8:04:26 PM  

solokumba: Can't wait for Loki.


Gah. Too many stairs!

I hope Loki provide MAXIMUM HOOT.
 
2021-03-05 8:28:30 PM  

Dimensio: I just want to know why White Vision vanished as soon as Wanda's Vision restored his memories even though multiple threats remained active. He may well have had a valid reason for vacating the area and no longer interacting with anyone else but the story did nothing to communicate that to the audience so he just seems to drop out of the plot without explanation once he is no longer a threat.


I don't know, it seemed obvious to me.  He suddenly realized, all at once:

-Wanda was the love of his life
-He just tried to murder Wanda, the love of his life, by cracking her head open like an egg
-Wanda killed him, at his request, in an attempt to save the universe (his very last memory from his old life, and one he hadn't really had a chance to reflect on)
-While he was dead, his true love was making the beast with two backs with a magical clone intended to replace him
-Wanda and the magical clone had a couple of children...children who call the magical clone "Dad"
-Etc.

Guy's got a lot to think about.  Probably needs a drink or seventeen.  He did choose not to follow through on the "Go murder everyone" orders.  I think he can be forgiven by not immediately jumping back into the fight.
 
2021-03-05 8:46:07 PM  

some_beer_drinker: SVC_conservative: I was disappointed to find Westview was just a snowglobe in Sokovia.

what?


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2021-03-05 9:16:28 PM  

buntz: Turns out Wanda and Vision run a bed and breakfast in New Hamspshire?!


I *wish* New Hampshire looked like that. That was the Pacific Northwest.
 
2021-03-05 9:23:57 PM  

FriarReb98: buntz: Turns out Wanda and Vision run a bed and breakfast in New Hamspshire?!

I *wish* New Hampshire looked like that. That was the Pacific Northwest.


I thought it was Jan-Michael Vincent's cabin from "Airwolf".
 
2021-03-05 9:43:56 PM  

FriarReb98: buntz: Turns out Wanda and Vision run a bed and breakfast in New Hamspshire?!

I *wish* New Hampshire looked like that. That was the Pacific Northwest.


One review video i watched said it might be Sokovia
 
2021-03-05 9:53:46 PM  

Space Station Wagon: FriarReb98: buntz: Turns out Wanda and Vision run a bed and breakfast in New Hamspshire?!

I *wish* New Hampshire looked like that. That was the Pacific Northwest.

One review video i watched said it might be Sokovia


Some people can't think about beautiful places outside of the States...
 
2021-03-05 9:56:15 PM  
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2021-03-05 10:14:18 PM  
I really thought that the big reveal after the credits was going to be Vision and her kids living in that remote cabin, As if she found some really remote place to create her own little pocket reality, away from civilization, where she can have her family back but without bothering anybody else.
 
2021-03-05 10:16:57 PM  

JimmyFartpants: I really thought that the big reveal after the credits was going to be Vision and her kids living in that remote cabin, As if she found some really remote place to create her own little pocket reality, away from civilization, where she can have her family back but without bothering anybody else.


Since she's training with Strange I wonder if he could bring Vision and the kids back.
 
2021-03-05 10:25:00 PM  

JimmyFartpants: I really thought that the big reveal after the credits was going to be Vision and her kids living in that remote cabin, As if she found some really remote place to create her own little pocket reality, away from civilization, where she can have her family back but without bothering anybody else.


Well that would just be lame as hell. Seriously? I still hope Mephistopheles will show up and kick Doctor Strange's ass. Call me a dreamer.
 
2021-03-05 10:27:08 PM  

JimmyFartpants: I really thought that the big reveal after the credits was going to be Vision and her kids living in that remote cabin, As if she found some really remote place to create her own little pocket reality, away from civilization, where she can have her family back but without bothering anybody else.


I was expecting at least white Vision.
 
2021-03-05 10:35:50 PM  

Sword and Shield: JimmyFartpants: I really thought that the big reveal after the credits was going to be Vision and her kids living in that remote cabin, As if she found some really remote place to create her own little pocket reality, away from civilization, where she can have her family back but without bothering anybody else.

Since she's training with Strange I wonder if he could bring Vision and the kids back.


Doesn't the Cloak of Levitation have it's own origin?
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2021-03-05 10:35:59 PM  
 
2021-03-05 10:38:04 PM  

Unbridled Apathy: FriarReb98: buntz: Turns out Wanda and Vision run a bed and breakfast in New Hamspshire?!

I *wish* New Hampshire looked like that. That was the Pacific Northwest.

I thought it was Jan-Michael Vincent's cabin from "Airwolf".


I was waiting for Wolverine to walk out.
 
2021-03-05 10:40:12 PM  
I'm mixed about the finale.  The Vision/Vision fight was just good enough for me to realize how cool it could have been, but not good enough for me to feel satisfied.  The wards were predictable, but mostly in hindsight for me.  I knew that I should have seen what was coming with that, but I didn't, so points there.  Monica's power (as I'm not familiar with the character) was well done -- I understood what was happening without it being explained to me, which is always nice.  Bonus points for her not knowing that she could do that, but still stepping in front of the kids.  I actually laughed over the Quicksilver reveal.  I'm glad that both Jimmy and Darcy got their moments to shine.  That final scene was...  I got more feels than expected.  Those two are wonderful actors who really got to shine in this series, and I love them that much more for it.

The mid-credits scene was... worthless.  I get why it's there, but it just felt bad.  The post-credits scene, despite being thinner, felt more rewarding.  Is that the AoS/Incredible Hulk cabin?

All in all, it was decent enough that if they do a Season 2, I'll watch with glee, but I won't expect miracles of the finale of that one.  Admittedly, that might be brought on by too much hype from the rest of the season -- I was blown away by a lot, and consistently thrilled by it, so it's hard for a finale to match it.
 
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