Top 10 WandaVision Quotes
WandaVision’s script involved some funny, applicable, and deep lines from its characters. Why not list the top 10? We already got that idea – that’s why we’re doing it now! Here are the ten best quotes from WandaVision here in the blink of an eye.
- “We are an unusual couple.” – Wanda
Emphasizing how Wanda and Vision stand out from the rest of the ordinary Westview neighborhood, Wanda’s humorous – yet very true – line from WandaVision’s “Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience” gave a fitting ending to the first episode.
- “For what is grief, if not love persevering?” – Vision
In the face of extreme loss and grief for Wanda, Vision reminds her that her sadness is only love persevering. If you didn’t love the person you’re grieving for, why would you even feel grief in the first place? Vision gives Wanda the support and comfort she needs when she’s heartbroken over both her parents and Pietro’s deaths.
- “Hey buddy!” – Herb
While Herb was never a main character of WandaVision, this friendly line is the perfect way to make up for…um, chopping your neighbor’s wall with a smile on your face. It’s also a practical comment when meeting up with friends today – just don’t chop their walls, too!
- “Oh, this is gonna be a gas!” – Agnes
Nosy neighbor Agnes delivers a fan-favorite line right before she leaves Wanda’s house: “Oh, this is gonna be a gas!” And truly it was a gas: the rest of Episode 1 left us laughing nonstop.
- “I can’t control this pain anymore. And I don’t think I want to, because it’s my truth.” – Monica Rambeau
Instead of trying to attack Wanda for what she had inadvertently unleashed upon Westview, Monica’s trying to be…empathetic? That’s a drastic difference from Director Hayward’s ambitions. She reminds us that pain is often out of our control, especially when caused by grief and other strong feelings, but we shouldn’t try to suppress it when we know the pain comes from realizing the truth.
- “It’s a working theory.” – Darcy Lewis
Darcy’s theorizing about WandaVision just like we are! We can totally understand that. After Jimmy Woo’s long statement about the WandaVision sitcom, Darcy approves his explanation logically by saying, “It’s a working theory.” WV left us – and S.W.O.R.D. – with plentiful questions, that’s for sure.
- “Heroes don’t torture people.” – Agatha Harkness
Agatha’s quite a baddie, but this quote is the truth: true heroes don’t torture people. If Wanda really wants to be the good guy, she can’t keep holding Westview captive in exchange for a perfect life for herself and her family – that’s the same with any eager superheroes today!
- “A family is forever. We could never truly leave each other even if we tried.” – Wanda
Wanda reminds us that the bond shared by family is unbreakable, and no matter how many little disagreements there are in between, it’ll all turn out okay. Even what was supposed to be a perfect family can never be truly “ideal”! Vision’s suspicions led to a full-blown argument with Wanda in Episode 5, but the beloved Maximoff household still stuck together nevertheless.
- “Thanks for the lesson, but I don’t need you to teach me who I am.” – Wanda
Agatha had accidentally saved Wanda’s life by teaching her about magical runes, letters inscribed on walls to ensure that only the witch who cast them can use her powers. Wanda takes that guidance seriously: she too writes letters on the Hex walls to become the Scarlet Witch! She’s just becoming more magic-y as her story progresses (which isn’t necessarily a good thing).
Our lesson from Wanda’s empowering quote: don’t let bad people tell you who to be!
10. “Then let’s fight for it.” – Vision
In response to Wanda’s line, “This is our home,” Vision tells her, “Then let’s fight for it.” Despite his android mind, he’s very much human, carrying the characteristics of loyalty, love, and selflessness – he wants to protect Westview even though he’s already figured out what Wanda’s doing wrong. He willingly speaks this compelling line because she treasures their ‘home’!