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Billy Maximoff

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Synopsis

Disturbances on Halloween separate Wanda from Vision, who looks into anomalous activity in Westview.

Cast

CharacterActor
Wanda MaximoffElizabeth Olsen
VisionPaul Bettany
AgnesKathryn Hahn
Monica RambeauTeyonah Parris
Jimmy WooRandall Park
Darcy LewisKat Dennings
"Pietro Maximoff"Evan Peters
BillyJulian Hilliard
TommyJett Klyne
Director HaywardJosh Stamberg
HerbDavid Payton
Agent MontiAlan Heckner
Agent RodriguezSelena Anduze
Young WandaSophia Gaidarova
Young PietroJoshua Begelman
Toothless Old WomanStephanie Astalos-Jones
ParentAmor Owens
Suburban WomanTamara Hetzel
Suburban ManJon Zimmerman
Darcy DoubleChristine Renaud
Billy ReferenceJackson Robert Scott
Commercial Shark (VO)Adam Gold
Commercial Kid (VO)Tristen Chen

Notes

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  • This episode pays homage to the early 2000s sitcom Malcolm in the Middle with its intro and with how Billy and Tommy Maximoff talk directly to the camera.
  • Pietro references the iconic shower scene from the 1960 film Psycho when pretending to stab Billy and Tommy.
  • The entire Maximoff family wears Halloween costumes that are extremely accurate to their respective comic book counterparts' superhero outfits.
  • Pietro tells Billy and Tommy, "unleash hell, demon spawn!" This is a nod to Billy and Tommy Maximoff originally being fragments of Mephisto's soul in the comics.
  • Tommy and Pietro say, "I feel the need... for speed," referencing the 1980 film Top Gun and Tommy's comic book alias, Speed.
  • Wanda lingers on Pietro's use of the word "kick-ass," which could be a nod to the fact that both Quicksilver actors Evan Peters and Aaron Taylor-Johnson (from Avengers: Age of Ultron) both appeared together in the film Kick-Ass.
  • The movie theater marquee shows that the superhero family film The Incredibles and the 1998 remake of The Parent Trap are playing in Westview.
  • S.W.O.R.D. has a file on an individual named "Ray Johnson," which could be a reference to the character John Wraith, who went by the alias Ray Johnson in the comics.
  • Night of the Living Dead is being projected onto the big screen in the town square.

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