Episode 1:

A straightforward 1950s black and white sitcom episode where the opening credits song explains to us that Wanda and Vision just got married and moved into this house. The episode starts off with Vision heading off to work at his computer programming job and Wanda remaining a stay at home wife. They both look on the calendar and see that there is a heart on today’s date but neither can remember what the special occasion is. The show mines this confusion for some typical 1950s style jokes and off to work Vision goes.

Agnes introduces herself to Wanda and when Wanda reveals that today is a special day, Agnes’ simple questions lead Wanda to be confused about why today is special. They decide it must be an anniversary of some sort and work together to plan a dinner and a night for the couple. Of course at work Vision discovers that the heart actually signifies that Mr. Heart, his boss, is coming for dinner and that everything must be perfect or he could lose his job.

The miscommunication leads to Wanda being dressed in a “sexy” outfit and not having any dinner ready for the Hearts. As Vision entertains the Hearts, Wanda enlists Agnes to bring her a 5-course meal to make. Wanda’s powers cause all sorts of issues leading to dinner almost being ruined. While Wanda cooks, the Hearts ask Vision he and Wanda’s story, and his face falls as he can’t recall anything about their story.

As the couples eat dinner Mr. Heart begins choking to death and Wanda and Vision both sit still uncomfortably staring at each other as Mrs. Heart repeatedly yells “Why? Why? Why?” in Wanda’s face until Wanda breaks the 1950s cheesy voice and says, “Vision, help him.” Vision does so and everything reverts back to the 50s aesthetic and the episode ends. As it ends we see a hand watching this episode on a screen in what appears to be a room from our current time. Roll credits!


Written by: Dan Moran

By Bryan Kluger

Former husky model, real-life Comic Book Guy, genre-bending screenwriter, nude filmmaker, hairy podcaster, pro-wrestling idiot-savant, who has a penchant for solving Rubik's Cubes and rolling candy cigarettes on unreleased bootlegs of Frank Zappa records.

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