Appearing in "Don't Touch That Dial"
- Fred (a Westview inmate) (Mentioned)
- Linda (a Westview inmate) (Mentioned)
- Señor Scratchy (First appearance)
- Dennis the Mailman
- Dottie Jones (First appearance)
- Beverly (First appearance)
- Herb (First appearance)
- Phil Jones
- Arthur (Mentioned)
- Unidentified Radio Speaker
- Strücker (Mentioned)
- Hydra (Logo)
- Mrs. Hart (First appearance)
- Ralph (Mentioned)
- Unnamed organization (First appearance)
- "Beekeeper" (First appearance)
Races and Species:
- Mind Stone (Construct)
- Cabinet of Mysteries (First appearance)
- Strücker Watch (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Don't Touch That Dial"
In order to fit in, Wanda and Vision perform a magic act in their community talent show.
|Wanda Maximoff||Elizabeth Olsen|
|Mrs. Hart||Debra Jo Rupp|
|Dottie||Emma Caulfield Ford|
|Dennis the Mailman||Amos Glick|
|Phil Jones||David Lengel|
|Commercial Woman||Victoria Blade|
|Commercial Man||Ithamar Enriquez|
|Tap Dancers||Yuuki Luna, Eric Delgado|
|Voice on Radio||Randall Park (uncredited)|
- The episode's title references the common phrase used by TV announcers of the 1960s to tell the audience not to change the channel during a commercial.
- The opening title sequence contains a few references to Marvel Comics:
- The helmet of the Grim Reaper is seen in the floorboards of the Vision Residence
- The "Bova Milk" advertisement in the supermarket is a reference to Bova, the evolved cow that was the midwife that delivered Wanda and Pietro Maximoff in the comics.
- The "Wonder Oats" advertisement could be a reference to Wonder Man, whose brain waves served as the basis for the Vision when he was created by Ultron.
- The "Auntie A's" kitten litter advertisement is a reference to Agatha Harkness, Wanda's former mentor in the comics, and her black cat Ebony.
- A figurine seen on a stand in the living room has the likeliness of the Whizzer.
- Wanda's and Vision's stage names, Glamor and Illusion, are direct references to the comic book characters Glamor and Illusion, a duo of magicians who debuted in Vision and the Scarlet Witch (Vol. 2) #4.
- The cabinet Wanda and Vision use for their magic show has a graphic of the Mind Stone on it.
- The commercial in the episode alludes to Baron Strucker and Hydra, while the Hydra Research Base that Wanda was experimented in can be seen on the wallpaper in her living room.
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