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Marvel Fans Need To Pay Attention To Wanda And Vision's Address. Here's Why

Contains spoilers for WandaVision episode 2

Now that the first two episodes of WandaVision are out, fans are putting on their thinking caps and analyzing the show for Easter eggs and foreshadowing. The Marvel series stars Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany reprising their roles as Wanda Maximoff and Vision. With episodes 1 and 2 structured like a vintage sitcom, there are a lot of little nods to those old shows, like I Love Lucy and The Dick Van Dyke Show. Along with that, there are plenty of ties to the comics, such as a secret reference to a supervillain and a Spider-Man: Homecoming character. It all adds up to a lot for viewers to process, and a bunch of questions heading into episode 3.

One seemingly minor detail in particular could be hiding quite a bit of story significance in plain sight: Wanda and Vision's home address. In episode 2, the house number is visible when Wanda finds the colored toy helicopter (which also means more than you think) discarded in a bush. 2800 — it's printed on a white column, clear as day.

So, what exactly does it mean that Wanda and Vision live at house number 2800? It could have something to do with the multiverse.

House number 2800 suggests that Wanda and Vision are in an alternate reality

The 2015 Vision comic series by Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta has an eerily similar storyline that likely inspired the first two episodes of WandaVision. In Vision, Vision has to have all his memory erased in order to save his system. All alone and wanting to live like a normal human, Vision creates his own family of synthetic androids, with a wife, a son, and a daughter, and together they try their best to be simply ordinary. As you'd expect, it doesn't work out so well.

In both Vision and WandaVision, the family's house number is very important. In the 2015 comic run, the house number Vision and his family live at is 616. If you've read any Marvel comics, you probably realize that's a reference to Earth-616, the main universe that most of the comic book storylines take place in. This is also known as the Prime Universe. So what about WandaVision, in which the house number is 2800? Well, it might mean that Wanda and Vision are living out this "normal" life in another reality — on something one might call "Earth-2800." 

Unlike Earth-616, though, Earth-2800 isn't an established reality in the Marvel Comics or the MCU. But that could actually work in favor of this idea; if Wanda and Vision really are living in an alternate reality, it's probably one that's never been inhabited before, right? Could it be one that was purposely made for Wanda? Based on the voice calling out to Wanda on the radio, asking her "who's doing this" to her, there's a strong chance something like that is what's really going on here. 

Considering both the fact that the upcoming Doctor Strange sequel — which Wanda will feature in — will focus on the multiverse and the intense Truman Show vibes the show's giving off so far, it's not very far-fetched to think that the couple's landed in another reality altogether. If this is true, then how did it happen, and can Wanda and Vision get back home? Will they even want to, since "back home," Vision is basically dead? These are just a couple questions that fans hope to see answered in upcoming episodes of WandaVision.