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 apply to him the same way it applied to her Pietro (or even to a dog), or the “rule” is purely one of self-restraint for Wanda.
Two, the rule does apply to Vision, but Wanda has somehow found a way to circumvent that rule, albeit at a cost. Her defiance of the natural order and the associated strain are damaging reality and are what creates the blending of other universes into her own (which is how Evan Peters got there).
Three, the Vision we’re seeing on WandaVision is a different Vision. The original MCU Vision is dead. Wanda has his disassembled parts stashed away somewhere, and she pulled a non-dead Vision to her pocket reality the same way she pulled Evan Peters’ Quicksilver there, whether consciously or not. Vision’s mind has essentially been wiped, pre-Westview, so it’s impossible to say if this could be the case yet.
WandaVision is a weird enough show that I don’t think anything can be absolutely ruled out yet. For example, why doesn’t Vision know who the Avengers are? Has his mind simply been wiped, or is this a “different” Vision who comes from a reality where the Avengers don’t exist? Even with that scenario still (barely) on the table, though, I think the sixth episode of the series makes the second possibility the current leader in the clubhouse.