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Hawkeye Episode 5 Is Reportedly Going To Blow Up Twitter

With every "Hawkeye" episode that passes, the level of fandomonium rises — along with the chance of not just getting another MCU character making an appearance, but ones we never expected to see again. Less than a week after Marvel's latest show teased the potential return of Wilson Fisk, aka The Kingpin (previously played by Vincent D'Onofrio), Kevin Feige announced that Charlie Cox would be returning in some capacity in the MCU as Daredevil.

With all bets on one of them at least making an appearance in this week's "Hawkeye," the chances of an imminent Marvel meltdown seem pretty probable. As it turns out, though, this could very well be a taster of a jaw-dropping moment that's in store if rumors are to be believed. One that could send fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe tweeting like absolute loons — and it's set to arrive in the show's penultimate episode. As a man that looks remarkably like Nick Fury once said, "hang on to your butts."

Let the countdown to Episode 5 commence

According to TV Line, inside sources have told the site that "Hawkeye's" fifth episode "should blow up Twitter a bit." The go-to theories of character appearances are, of course, likely reasons for such outrage, with not only The Kingpin but also Yelena (Florence Pugh), who was introduced in "Black Widow." Last seen talking with Julia Louis-Dreyfus' Valentina, who pointed at Clint Barton as the cause of Natasha's death in the spin-off film, Pugh's character has been high on the suspected-cameo list for some time.

With that said, if she is, in fact, out for Barton blood, she may need to get in line. The former Ronin already has Echo (played by Alaqua Cox) after him for killing her father during the five-year gap between "Infinity War" and "Endgame." Given the race for the same target, could the fifth episode see Clint finally suffer for his crimes? We can only wait and see, but for now, be sure to tune in for the next episode of "Hawkeye" when it arrives on Disney+ this week.