Warning: This article contains spoilers for "Episode 7" of WandaVision.
Last weekend brought yet another exciting episode of Marvel Studios' first effort on Disney+, with WandaVision tackling likely its last sitcom-based episode paying tribute to Modern Family and The Office. As has been the case every week so far, sitcom history wasn't the only impactful aspect of the story as Marvel found a way to bring multiple huge plot events in "Episode 7."
MCU fans saw another push (literally) from Monica Rambeau as she forced her way back into the Westview Hex with no protection and seemingly gained her abilities that she will use going forward as the superhero Photon or Spectrum. Additionally, the nosy neighbor formerly known as Agnes confirmed theories that had been floating for weeks as she revealed herself to be the witch Agatha Harkness.
Westview's newest witch even took the opportunity to accompany her unveiling with a catchy musical number, which will continue to be stuck in fans' heads until "Episode 8" thanks to WandaVision's social media page.
"AGATHA ALL ALONG" OFFICIALLY RELEASED
The official Twitter page for Marvel Studios' WandaVision released the full clip from "Episode 7" of the catchy "Agatha All Along" theme song.
The one-minute video can be seen in the tweet below:
Elizabeth Olsen believed that Wanda Maximoff "has a tremendous amount of guilt” as she secluded herself from the world after the finale of 'WandaVision.'
Kevin Feige explained that they had to cut Doctor Strange from the WandaVision finale because "it would have taken away from Wanda," revealing that they "didn't want the end of the show to be commoditized to go to the next movie."
Kevin Feige confirmed that a deal was finalized between Benedict Cumberbatch and Marvel to appear in the final episode of 'WandaVision.'
A NEW CATCHY DISNEY TUNE
Marvel Studios has done a fantastic job throughout WandaVision of using music to help set the mood for each era of TV sitcoms to which the show pays tribute. After each episode brought Wanda Maximoff-focused theme songs that were reminiscent of the decade in which they took place, the series was turned on its head in "Episode 7" by giving Agatha Harkness her own song to reveal her villainous nature.
Taking inspiration from the 1960's sitcom The Munsters, "Agatha All Along" gives a look at everything that Harkness was up to in secret as the plot of WandaVision progressed over the last six weeks. Playing off the same style of the music used in each episode's intro, it seems as though Agatha has been well aware of what's been happening in Westview as she begins enacting whatever plan she's concocted.
In addition to this simply being a catchy song, it comes as a doubly impressive feat considering that actress Kathryn Hahn was the lead female singer in the recording. Clearly, her talents are not to be trifled with regardless of which reality she's in.
"Episode 7" of WandaVision is now available to stream on Disney+. The story will continue when "Episode 8" premieres on Friday, February 26.