Wanda and Vision are a newlywed couple living in a 1950s black-and-white sitcom - or are they? Vision has to impress his boss and his wife when they come over for dinner, while Wanda has no idea what she's doing. Vision provides some handy distractions, while Wanda tries to use her magic to conjure up a meal on the fly.
Did You Know?
This episode is described as being set "in the 50s," with a calendar on the wall giving the date of Tuesday August 1. August 1 was a Tuesday in the year 1950, but only that year of that decade. However, August 1 was a Tuesday in 1961, the year that The Dick Van Dyke Show debuted. See more
In the opening credits of the 50s-era episode, the "For Sale" sign that Wanda changes to "SOLD" has a phone number with a 732 area code. This is the area code for east-central New Jersey, but wasn't implemented until 1997.
However, episode 4 reveals Wanda has "overlaid" her sitcom fantasy on the "real" town of Westview, NJ. The "For Sale" sign was likely from present day, and Wanda doesn't realize the area code isn't from the 1950s--it would have been 201 then. See more
[after Wanda accidentally hits him in the head with a levitating plate
My wife and her flying saucers.
My husband and his indestructible head.
Aren't we a fine pair?
The opening credits are a black-and-white montage of Wanda and Vision arriving at their new home. See more
If I Could Make You Mine
Written by Joe Lervold
and Adryan Russ
Performed by Joel Evans Big Band feat. Willie Murillo
Courtesy of Crucial Music Corporation See more