I watched a lot of Nick at Nite as a kid. Thus, a lot of what WandaVision seemed to be promising interested me... until it didn't. I was ready to turn off the show after episode one, because it was an exact duplicate of like The Donna Reed Show, or The Dick Van Dyke Show. The episode had one weird thing happen, and then nothing. It's what I thought I wanted originally, but then quickly realized that I didn't want this after all. "It has a very David Lynchian feel." I guess I'm not cultured enough to get it, but I really can't stand any of Lynch's work. I tried to sit through Twin Peaks, but I honestly thought it was supremely unwatchable. Don't even get me started on Eraserhead.
Then the show finally started ramping up in episodes 3 and 4. Then episode 5 returned us to the Lynchian nightmare, although now they're sprinkling more stuff in. Then the bombshell ending happened, and I thought we'd just move forward. But no, this episode took us two steps back. I thought there would be more of a reveal what with Evan Peters, who played Quicksilver in Fox's X-Men franchise being revealed as the born again Quicksilver in the MCU. This was a huge development.
And it went absolutely nowhere.
Granted, a lot of fan theories are just people's wishful thinking without them being grounded in any sort of realistic possibilities. However, you don't just drop an actor who played the same character for a different studio into this world unless you're going to do something with him. After what happened in episode 6, the theory that Wanda and Vision's children are spawns of an evil deity (like Mephisto, but not Mephisto, because China would have a huge problem with literally Satan showing up), and they are manipulating Wanda and brought Quicksilver in from an alternate universe. This has to be the first sign of the multiverse, since it has been confirmed that the multiverse will be a thing in the MCU.
However, this episode hemmed and hawed about the multiverse whilst continuing the family sitcom trope and revealing next to nothing except why Wanda created this alternate reality of hers. I think the deity is pulling the strings because even Wanda says she has no idea how she was able to pull this off.
This isn't saying that we aren't learning anything as we go along. I'm just saying they're being incredibly slow about it. If this is all supposed to wrap up in the next three episodes, then something has to happen very soon. Or, this is all a setup for the next Doctor Strange movie. Perhaps Wanda, who was one of the dusted, figured out a way to bring back one of the Infinity stones, so she could use it bring back Vision, her dead husband. Maybe that stone is manipulating her somehow, and it caused her to create this weird world she now lives in. Who knows? With each episode we slowly peel back pieces of an onion... an extremely slow onion.
I really, truly do not want this show to go the way of the Star Wars sequel trilogy, in that the wishful thinking of fanboys causes them to hate on this and make them explode. The way they reacted to the Star Wars movies was particularly dumb. It was like they said, "things didn't go the way I imagined they would in my head, so it sucks!" That's why I don't entertain stupid fan theories about WandaVision. Yes, I agree, it would be cool if Wanda pulled in mutants from the Fox universe. Yes, Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan reprising their roles from their X-Men franchise would be awesome. It's not going to happen, so it's not worth getting into a tizzy over.
There are three episodes left... whatever is going to happen needs to happen very soon.
PS: My theories about the stones is based on things that have actually happened already, and where it logically looks like the story could go. They're not based on any out of left field wishful thinking on my end. Thank you and goodnight.