WandaVision Episode 4 Explained: The Helicopter From Episode 2 


In episode 4 of WandaVision, after meeting and obtaining information on Westview from Jimmy Woo (Randall Park), Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) heads to her metal suitcase with equipment from SWORD. In this scene, she takes out a modern-day helicopter drone, painted blue, red, and gold— somewhat similar to the helicopter Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) finds in her front yard in episode 2

Throwback to episode two from our recap:

Vision leaves to attend a neighbourhood watch meeting and Wanda hears another bang. She runs outside to find a toy helicopter in the bushes. While everything prior was in the same colourless sepia as the first episode, the helicopter shines bright in red and gold colours — Iron Man? However, the moment is cut short as Wanda is greeted by her neighbour, Agnes (Kathryn Hahn) and the show resumes its chaotic normalcy.

WandaVision Episode 4 revealed what that helicopter was all about


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As Darcy (Kat Dennings) and Jimmy watch the WandaVision sitcom, they view the scene described above— where Wanda finds the helicopter. Jimmy instantly recognised it from when Monica flew it into the portal as it still has the SWORD logo. 

The two are left boggled by the fact that the drone was turned into a retro style. Additionally, they wonder why the flying drone is randomly shown in colour rather than the colourless atmosphere that the sitcom is being broadcasted in.

This led me to realise that we’re just watching the SHIELD agents ponder over the same mysteries that we’ve been thinking about for the last few weeks

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