Welcome to the 1970s, now in color! Though the new opening title sequence (courtesy of Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez) stopped short of recreating the iconic “Brady Bunch” three-by-three grid, its rainbow “in color” tag and peppy music set the tone for a Technicolor episode within a spacious, suburban home about to double its occupancy. Yes, the much-anticipated twins are here, and Episode 3 goes delightfully overboard with wacky sitcom shenanigans to make their birth an event to remember. Household objects spin, sprinklers go off, and a very CGI stork wanders through the living room.
But none of these peculiarities are the most notable strange occurrences in “WandaVision.” Episode 3 primarily tracks Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) as she speeds through a nine-month pregnancy in just a few days, but the Megan McDonnell-penned half-hour shares plenty of hints as to what’s really going on, including our first