WandaVision Episode 6 Commercial Possibly Confirms [SPOILERS] Theory

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If you've been watching each episode of WandaVision very closely, you may have noticed how the commercials always tell a dark story. However, the latest commercial featured in Episode 6 is the darkest one yet and it could confirm an ongoing theory about the Marvel Cinematic Universe series.

WARNING: The following contains SPOILERS from WandaVision Season 1 Episode 6. Proceed with caution.

In All-New Halloween Spooktacular!, the new commercial is for Yo-Magic yogurt. The ad itself is clearly a tribute to popular 90s commercials where anthropomorphic characters selling the product. In this case, the Yo-Magic yogurt ad features a talking shark.

In the commercial, a boy is shown sitting alone on a small island saying he is "so hungry" that he would "eat anything." The shark arrives on a surfboard and says he remembers being hungry as well. When the boy asks what the shark did to stop it, the shark says, "Snacked on Yo-Magic, bro. Now it's time to hang fin."

The boy immediately asks for some and the shark tosses him the sealed yogurt then leaves. However, the boy struggles to open the package and ends up becoming a skeleton stuck on the island. The shark then drops the tagline, "Yo-Magic. The snack for survivors."


It's a dark commercial but fans believe it also confirmed what many have theorized for a long time: Wanda may have struck a devil's deal with Mephisto and he is feeding off her "magic" to gain power. This means that the Hexagon is a way for Wanda to feed her "hunger" for her loved ones although they no longer exist.


Unfortunately, it looks like Wanda is actually just as trapped as the residents of Westview. But will she realize that she has made a dangerous deal with Mephisto? The truth could be revealed in the next episode of WandaVision.

WandaVision Season 1 Episode 6 is now available for streaming on Disney+.

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