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Episode 2 of WandaVision was released the same day as Episode 1, and only after watching it you can see why Disney and Marvel Studios decided to release the series MCU with two episodes in advance.
If you haven't seen this new series yet, you may find in this article content referring to the story of the events of the first two chapters of the WandaVision series.
It is true that episode 1 does not clearly tell what is happening in the story and does not refer to what we know about them so far according to Marvel's movies. In this chapter you can see Vision inside a classic black and white comedy and the question is, why? Well, it seems that Marvel has thought of everything and therefore, continuously publishes the episode 2 of WandaVision where it shows some clues about the content of the story and what is really happening.
If we talk more in depth about the second episode of WandaVision, directed by Matt Shakman and written by Gretchen Enders, it presents a cold opening when Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) wakes up with a loud sound. She turns the light on with her mind and then looks away, which turns the light off. After this happens a couple of times, Vision wakes up, turns the light on manually and looks out the window. All he sees are his wife's beautiful rose bushes, says Vision. To which Wanda responds, "That's it, you're using your night vision, Vision" Vision assures her that everything is fine, but when the strange sound is repeated, she jumps into her bed and covers her face with the blanket.
Vision then comments that she has heard people talking about some "not good" in the neighborhood. Wanda points out that they might be talking about them too. After all, they are far from normal. The sound is repeated again and, frightened, Wanda pulls the beds apart. Wanda then decides to take a look for herself by waving the curtains with her fingers. To her surprise, it turns out that only a few tree branches hit the window. Both Wanda and Vision breathe a sigh of relief. Seeing the beds joined together, Vision's mind is focused on other matters and the two jump under the sheets.
The story continues and makes its way back to the 1950 where the outfit, hairstyle and old-fashioned atmosphere take us back a few years