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The Most Heartbreaking Wanda Moment From WandaVision

"WandaVision" was the very first series based within the Marvel Cinematic Universe to hit the Disney+ streaming platform. It ties into the MCU with suspense and emotion from start to finish. Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) are living a happy and normal-to-them sitcom-style life only to begin realizing that something peculiar is happening around them. Fans of the MCU know that "WandaVision" takes place after the events that occur in "Avengers: Endgame" and well after the original loss of Vision when he is killed by Thanos (Josh Brolin) in "Avengers: Infinity War."

"WandaVision" is filled with twists and turns within a beautiful telling of the patterns of grief through the tragedy that befalls and follows Wanda and the show's other characters in each episode. There is no shortage of scenes throughout "WandaVision" that will cause aches of sorrow in your heart, but one moment in particular for Wanda is absolutely heartbreaking.

The property deed tells the tale of what could have been

In a storyline filled with heartache and surrounded by grief, viewers come to expect that their emotions will be reeling after each "WandaVision" episode. But one scene in Episode 8 tugs at the loss of Wanda's family in such a way that audiences couldn't let it pass without at least some discussion.

In the episode, Wanda returns to the plot of land on which she and Vision had planned to build a home together. She looks at the deed to the land, and on it is a vibrant red heart with the words "To grow old in" signed "V."

This takes viewers all the way back to the first episode in explaining the sitcom-style existence in which the show began. "The whole damn episode had me quietly sobbing, saw this and i let it all out," u/meh_okayiguess shared on Reddit. Fellow Redditor u/MissKoalaBag commented, "This was when I f***ing lost it. Like, he wanted to grow old with her and live with her and have a nice happy life with her and I just can't even."

The deed to the land and the love note left inside is a gut-wrenching reminder of what could have been had things turned out differently for Wanda and Vision, making this the most heartbreaking moment in "WandaVision."