WandaVision: Agatha Harkness’s Last Sin Is Worse Than Sparky’s Murder

In the latest episode of WandaVision, the cruel Agatha Harkness commits an act even more sadistic than murdering the dog Sparky.

WARNING: The following contains spoilers for WandaVision Episode 8, “Previously Activated,” which is now airing on Disney +.

In WandaVisionIt is clear that Agatha Harkness has established herself as the show’s “Big Bad”. She’s been pulling all the strings, lurking in the background like a witch manipulating Wanda’s reality bubble in Westview. And as much as Wanda has been toying with her comedy world, she simply couldn’t grasp Agatha’s sinister machinations.

One of these acts was, of course, killing Sparky, but in the last episode, Agatha commits another sin that is far worse than murdering an innocent animal.

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Billy and Tommy loved Sparky very much, so they were heartbroken when Agatha found him in their bushes, dead after eating some poisonous leaves. However, that story turns out to be a lie, because when Agatha reveals how she has been messing with Wanda’s world, exacerbating her pain and trauma, she admits that she killed Sparky.

This left many fans upset, but it was done to paint Agatha as a true sadist, and now, her latest verbal comment takes things even further when she takes Wanda on a supernatural journey down memory lane. While discussing Wanda’s past and her powers, Agatha mentions Pietro and how bringing Wanda’s brother back was part of the plan. The new Pietro, “Fietro” as she calls him, was meant to be a spy to gather information so that Agatha could discover the source of Wanda’s abilities.

As for why Agatha couldn’t bring the real Quicksilver back, well, she was only able to control this impostor through “crystalline possession,” and when she offers the truth about not being able to resurrect Pietro, it’s as crude as can be. . “Necromancy wasn’t a start, as your royal brother’s body is on another continent, not to mention it’s full of holes,” Agatha explains.

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This line is brutal not only because it is a cheap blow, but also because it is twisting a knife at the hero, recounting how Ultron shot his brother when he tried to save Hawkeye and a child. Clearly Agatha went too far With this one, and given Wanda’s already fragile state, it’s no wonder to see the agony in her eyes again.

When it comes to the death of her parents and all the pain she has known, Wanda has been able to react accordingly, but now, for the first time, she cannot lash out, having to watch from the bench because Agatha has her trapped. Agatha established herself as a formidable opponent during her latest episode of Evil Montage, but now, she has entered cruel territory.

Written by Jac Schaeffer and directed by Matt Shakman, WandaVision stars Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch, Paul Bettany as Vision, Randall Park as Agent Jimmy Woo, Kat Dennings as Darcy Lewis, Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau and Kathryn Hahn like Agnes. New episodes air Fridays on Disney +.

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