Twitter user @GuggaLeunnam posted a video recently where they synched the blip scenes from both Avengers Endgame and episode 4 of the Dinsey Plus series WandaVision. The video shows the two scenes played side by side, where Bruce Banner, a.k.a Smart Hulk, uses the infinity stones to reverse the damage done by Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War when the maniacal purple villain vaporized half the universe in the snap that was felt across the cosmos.

The latest episode of WandaVision opened with the revelation that S.W.O.R.D agent Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) was one of the many victims of the blip. The episode begins with Rambeau slowly rematerializing in a hospital room as the voice of Captain Marvel and Monica's mother, Air Force Pilot Maria Rambeau, can be heard in her thoughts/memories.

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The two scenes played out side by side, showing a stark difference in tone and reaction from the characters. For The Avengers, there is a moment of serene calm as they realize that their plan has come to fruition (that is until Thanos turns their compound into rubble). Whereas for Monica Rambeau, it's a scene of absolute chaos. There's mass panic as people who have been seemingly dead for five years start reappearing right where they initially disintegrated. Hospital staff and patients bumping into each other, desperately searching for their loved ones. No one knows what's going on. We watch as Rambeau frantically searches for her mother only to learn that she tragically succumbed to her cancer several years ago, two years after Monica became a victim of the "blip". For Monica, the "blip" is a traumatic event and now she must live in a world where her mother died believing her daughter was gone.

Seeing these two scenes play out side by side certainly shifts our understanding of the effects of the blip. Although the Avengers brought everyone back, the fact that so many people were removed from existence for five whole years means they are forced to return to a life and world they no longer recognize.

Recently, we saw a more comedic take on this effect in Spider-Man Far From Home, where Peter Parker (Tom Holland), a victim of the blip himself,  is forced to contend with a now popular student who was once his junior. Another hilarious scene shows the school marching band rematerializing in the middle of a basketball game.

WandaVision is currently airing on Disney Plus on Fridays.

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Source: @GuggaLeunnam | Twitter