WandaVision Westview

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  1. ooGambitoo Registered

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    In the last episode going back through Wandas memories it showed her go visit Westview where she started the hex.

    But earlier in the show when Agent Woo first arrived at Westview to meet the police officer he was told Westview doesn't exist. He said he knew that because he was from Eastview.

    So is there more to be revealed about Westview and who set Wanda up to create the hex? Or is this a rare gross contradiction by Marvel? If it was Agatha she wouldn't have needed to go back through her memories.
     
  2. SpocksBrain Internet Geek

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    You seem to have completely misunderstood what was shown and explained in episode 4.

    Westview is and always was a real place. Wanda’s hex had an influence that extended beyond it’s borders. Anyone who had a personal connection to someone inside the hex when it was created doesn’t remember them. Jimmy couldn’t contact his witness who was in Westview, and none of the witness’s family or associates remembered him. But Jimmy remembered him, that’s why he was looking for him. The citizens of Eastview don’t remember that Westview exists. The Eastview cop saying that there was no such place as Westview while standing with the big Westview sign right behind him was meant to show the audience that there was something wrong with the cop. Jimmy and Monica discussed this phenomenon as a type of “selective amnesia”.

    It’s all right there in that scene in episode 4.
     

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