As Marvel’s WandaVision continues on Disney+, each week brings with it Easter Eggs and references to not only Marvel’s storied history but also to the classic TV shows that clearly inspired it.

As of this writing, the first five episodes of WandaVision are available on Disney+. We’ve gathered every Easter Egg and reference we could find in one place, which you can see below, and each week we will update the slideshow with more Easter eggs, references, and theories as the new episodes air. Spoilers of course follow!

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From nods to I Love Lucy and Bewitched to pivotal stories in Marvel comics and the MCU to what potentially may be the most important cameo yet, these episodes are filled with callbacks that can be easy to miss and may give us a glimpse as to what the future holds for not only WandaVision, but the MCU as a whole.

For more on the show, be sure to check out Kat Dennings’ comments on if she’ll appear in Thor: Love and Thunder, whether we think Vision is actually dead or not, and who exactly Geraldine a.k.a. Monica Rambeau is.

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Source: Wandavision: All the Marvel and TV Easter Eggs in Every Episode