Warning: if you haven't seen the finale episode of WandaVision, this post contains MAJOR SPOILERS so read at your own risk!
WandaVision's epic finale is finally here and if you thought Episode 8 was the best episode in the series, Episode 9 pretty much solidifies that the creative minds behind the hit Disney+ show have more tricks up their sleeves. The finale feels exactly like a final act in any Marvel film project, it's loaded with action, suspense, drama, and everything else in between.
Episode 9 revolves around Wanda Maximoff making the ultimate sacrifice in order to save the people of Westview and free them from the madness she's unleashed. The only question is, would she be willing to bid farewell to her family and set aside her own personal happiness?
A lot of people have theorized that Wanda will end up wreaking havoc in all of Westview, choosing to be selfish just so she can hold on to the make-believe reality she has created but as it turns out, the good in Maximoff still prevailed and ultimately, she was able to come to terms with the fact that none of what she created is actually hers to keep.
Wanda ends up doing the right thing and destroys the hex, setting everything back to normal. If you've been following the series since the beginning, you would know that the existence of the hex allows Wanda to be with the family she created and the destruction of her pocket reality would mean that she can no longer be with Vision and their twin sons Billy and Tommy.
It's a bittersweet tale for sure but here's the thing, Episode 9 seemed to have hinted that Vision, at least, could potentially make his way back in the future. During his heated clash with S.W.O.R.D.'s White Vision, the original Vision was able to get into his head and talk him out of destroying Wanda.
Interestingly, the new version of the synthezoid was able to retain his old memories which Westview Vision (let's just call him that) is seeing for the first time. After he convinces White Vision that it's not his duty to become a weapon of annihilation, he then leaves the hex, and where exactly he went still remains a mystery.
Now that we know that Vision's newly-created body still exists, this could suggest that Westview Vision's consciousness could eventually be passed on to the S.W.O.R.D. synthezoid, effectively bringing him back to life or "back online" as Hayward would describe it. How that happens still remains to be seen but considering Vision promised Wanda that they'll meet again one day as she was removing the hex, I'm positive that they'll eventually get to share the happily ever after they've always dreamt of having.
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