After 18 months without any new Marvel Cinematic Universe content, WandaVision brought Phase Four to the fans with a bang. The series has been an utter joy to watch, but like all good things it must come to an end.
Finally, after eight episodes of WandaVision, fans were given answers to some of the most burning questions that had been asked right from the very start. Even questions already thought to be answered were turned on their head and answered properly. However, there is still plenty of uncertainty heading into what is sure to be an epic finale.
The show has gone through the 1950's to the modern day and has told a simply fantastic story, the ending of which at this moment could take absolutely any form.
The series has been full of surprises from start to finish and episode nine will be no different, but fans do have some specific questions based on the penultimate episode.
With certain characters set to have a big impact on the final chapter, potential players that are yet to reveal themselves, and powers that have never been seen before in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, fans will be thinking about the finale non-stop for the next week, desperately waiting to find the answers to these questions.
8. Where Are Monica & Fake Pietro?
The first question raised by episode eight was a product of omission, in that two characters integral to the story were nowhere to be seen. While the focus on Agatha taking Wanda through her traumatic past made for one of the best episodes of the entire series, it did make fans wonder about the whereabouts of the MCU's newest superhero.
At the end of episode seven, Monica tried to follow Agatha and Wanda by going through the former's basement, but was ultimately stopped by Fake Pietro. The next chapter in the story however, offered no new information about the two.
If Pietro has been employed to keep Monica away, he and Agatha may end up greatly disappointed. Though somehow the witch has been able to imbue Fake Pietro with super speed, Monica's new Captain Marvel-esque powers would be more than enough to deal with him.
Monica will absolutely have a role to play in the final episode of the series, but will Evan Peters' character? Since Agatha has confirmed once and for all that he is not actually Wanda's brother, there is surely now a limit on the effect he can have on the remainder of the story.