Monthly Archives: February 2021

No Multiverse Required

Over the last month, WandaVision seemingly opened the door to a much larger multiverse, but still left several crucial issues unresolved. Episode 8, “Previously On,” gave us a few answers, and seemingly ruled out some of the more wild-eyed possibilities. Well, … Continue reading

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Dead is Dead – Or Is It?

Over the past three weeks, WandaVision has gone from “show I watch every week when I get a chance” to “a must-watch show the day it comes out” to “show I get up early on Friday to watch first thing.”  The only … Continue reading

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The Truman Show Meets Field of Dreams

I guess this is a WandaVision blog now! Last time around, I made the following observation (among others): Likewise, there are perhaps three explanations for Vision.  One, because he’s a synthetic being, albeit a sentient one, the “rule” about resurrection didn’t … Continue reading

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Ode to Government Efficiency

Allow me to regale you with a tale of government efficiency and wayward contracting. I own several acres of land in King William County, Virginia.  It’s a few acres of woods that my grandfather gave me when I was a … Continue reading

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A Gateway to Endless Possibilities

Prior to the fifth episode of WandaVision, I was already enjoying the show quite a bit.  Probably more than most fans.  Some of the criticism I had seen online was from folks who either didn’t like the slow burn or didn’t … Continue reading

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