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WandaVision Theory: The Commercials Are The Infinity Stones

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Breaking down the hidden meaning in WandaVision's commercials

I never liked commercials. When they come on, I mute the TV to avoid their eardrum blasting call for me to buy their crappy product. I ignore them unless they have something valuable to offer. This is precisely why I am enamored with the fake product spots in WandaVision. They add this untapped layer of intrigue into the story and concept that drives me wild. The latest theory around the web is so good that I needed to share it all with you and my feelings on the topic.

A bunch of Redditors are theorizing that the infinity stones are represented in each commercial that’s aired. Now, there aren’t enough ads to cover every stone, but we will get to that. In fact, the idea that there’s more content out there to potentially support this theory is even more exciting. We all know the ads highlight moments of grief and trauma in Wanda’s life, but I love believing there are even more levels to this aspect of the show.

This video explains where we’ve already seen the mind, time, space, reality, and soul stone in the series. Guys, I can’t wait for you to check this one out. You’re going to come out the other side marveling (pun intended) at the creative team in charge of WandaVision. These are some of the best marvel theories I’ve seen in a year or so.
You’re so close to seeing them, too. All you have to do is sit back, enjoy the video, and let us know what you think afterward!

0:00 Intro
0:17 The Big Theory
2:31 Connecting to the Larger Narrative
3:51 Let’s Tie Everything Together
4:45 Wrap Up

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Written by: Davis McCondichie
Narrated by: Michael Keene
Edited by: Gulliver du Katt

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