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Have You Noticed This Curious Detail About Episode 4 of Every Marvel Show?

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Marvel has been marching through Disney Plus with its series, starting its TV journey with 'WandaVision' and continuing it now with 'Loki', 'Moon Knight' and many more upcoming projects.

Is it a part of a secret recipe of a successful TV series or just a fun coincidence? It's anyone's guess, but have you ever noticed that there is something special and pivoting about episode 4 of practically every Marvel show?

Think about it. In 'WandaVision', episode 4 marked the first direct interaction between Wanda's made-up sitcom life and the harsh reality where the love of her life is dead, and others are not okay with her coping mechanisms.

In episode 4 of 'Loki', the God of Mischief wakes up surrounded by the variants of himself from alternate timelines.

The end of episode 4 of 'The Falcon and The Winter Soldier' also had some jaws dropped when John Walker, a wannabe-Captain America, used the iconic star-spangled shield to actually behead someone in front of a shocked crowd.

'Moon Knight' has left us absolutely confused last Wednesday when Marc Spector and Steven Grant met face-to-face with… whoever that was, and all they could do was yell in horror.

And that is not even the full list.

But the craziest thing about Marvel shows is that they always come to an end and prepare the best (and/or the worst) for the finale. And while we've already experienced that with 'WandaVision', 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' and 'Loki', 'Moon Knight' still has us on the edge of our seats waiting for May 4 finale.

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