Marvel Cinematic Universe - Timeline (continued)

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So according to episode 5 of WV, Wanda stole Vision's body 9 days ago, so the series thus far has taken place over a period no longer than that.
 

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So according to episode 5 of WV, Wanda stole Vision's body 9 days ago, so the series thus far has taken place over a period no longer than that.
I feel like so far the show has been over three days.

Day 1-Monica at S.W.O.R.D. Headquarters and she and Jimmy arrive at Westview.
Day 2- 24 Hours Later, Darcy arrives at Westview, and late that night, Wanda throws Monica out of the anomaly (at one point Woo mentions meeting Monica yesterday and there doesn't seem to be too huge of a jump). Episodes 1-3 also take place here as they're being watched at this point.
Day 3- Episode 5.

I'm thinking Episode 6 picks up shortly after 5. Either the same night or the next day. A week prior to the show beginning, Wanda steals Vision's body and at some point after, traps Westview.
 

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Is it safe to assume at this point that the Halloween episode that we haven’t seen yet, legitimately takes place on Halloween 2023?
 

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If 1x06 takes place on Halloween (leigitimately) maybe Endgame took place mostly in the first few days of October 2023, would WandaVision episodes 1-6 be in the same month, just weeks later?
 

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Saw somebody on Twitter point out that Wanda stole Vision's body in her exact outfit she wore at the funeral, so I'm inclined to agree with 1x06 actually being on Halloween.
 

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If 1x06 takes place on Halloween (leigitimately) maybe Endgame took place mostly in the first few days of October 2023, would WandaVision episodes 1-6 be in the same month, just weeks later?
It's possible, and the timeline would fit, but they didn't say anything about it being Halloween in the real world. It was August 23 in episode 1, meaning 2 months have passed since then in the Hex, while it's only been a few days outside of it. Since time doesn't correlate, I'm not really sure about placing it on October 31 in the timeline.
 

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I know this is an old story, but I think The Inhumans series takes place right after Agent of Shield Season 2 and before Season 3.
- There are few on Earth inhuman in the Inhumans series. -
- Karnak says that the inhumans ones have appeared on Earth in the recent past (Shield S2 Finale - Fish).
- In Inhumans Episode 1., when they have lunch, is what happened in Agent of Shield Season 2.
It would be placed here to make sense.
 

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Thanks for explaining the Inhumans series why is on this timeline after Agent of Shield Season 3.
 

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Jane is a newly-turned Inhuman. At 0:20:19, Medusa says that Triton is on Earth because of the "recent" spread of Terrigen. In AoS 3x01, at 0:36:36, Coulson's computer simulation shows that the Terrigen dispersal will be complete 17 months and 21 days after it started. This means that Inhumans takes place sometime after April 2015 (when the dispersal began) and September 2016 (when the dispersal ends).
At 0:10:02, Makani tells Gorgon that he must be one of those Inhumans he's read about. This indicates that, by the time Inhumans takes place, the existence of the Inhumans is common knowledge. This is supported by an interview with Scott Buck, in which he says that the Royal Family knows about Skye/Quake.
At 0:02:16, Audrey asks Crystal if she shouldn't be on a "register", presumably referring to the Sokovia Accords. This means that Inhumans takes place somewhere after April 2016, but before September 2016, due to the Terrigen dispersal still ongoing.
 

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I don't think it was necessarily August in that episode and I don't think episode 6 takes place on real Halloween, or that 2 months/several decades passed between those two episodes inside the Hex. I think that instead it's all just decorative changes in the setting (whatever they end up meaning thematically) and any dates/holidays we might see inside the Hex don't really mean anything for how much time passed anywhere.
 

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I am beginning to think whatever is happening on the show (maybe the deal with Mephisto) has an expire date, the sitcom era began on Augsut 23rd, now we are on October 31st, and when the dates (months, day, and maybe year) in Westview and real world match together, some havok is going to happen.

Just a theory of mine.
 

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I am beginning to think whatever is happening on the show (maybe the deal with Mephisto) has an expire date, the sitcom era began on Augsut 23rd, now we are on October 31st, and when the dates (months, day, and maybe year) in Westview and real world match together, some havok is going to happen.

Just a theory of mine.
As in the expiration date will be when the shows have completely caught up with present time? That'd be a great twist. The next and last main show being referenced is Modern Family which ended in 2020.
 

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Yep, that is my idea, that next episode will put the events in Westview in November of whatever year and will match the MCU real date, and then the deal is broken or something like that.
 

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Thank You, Pro Bot!!!
In the same way, could you give me examples of "Helstrom" being part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
All I can find everywhere is that in Part 1 there is a reference to Roxxon and Mexico to Ghost Rider.
 

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Thank You, Pro Bot!!!
In the same way, could you give me examples of "Helstrom" being part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
All I can find everywhere is that in Part 1 there is a reference to Roxxon and Mexico to Ghost Rider.
In the first episode Mother's Little Helpers, Caretaker talks about how he had been following a lead in Texas, where Ghost Rider would have been set.

The Roxxon Gas Station, a gasoline filling establishment owned by the Roxxon Corporation, appears in the first episode. The logo for Roxxon was the same one used in Cloak & Dagger Season Two.

The Whisky brand O'Harren's Scotch Whisky, which previously appeared in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Agent Carter, Daredevil, The Punisher and Cloak & Dagger, is prominently featured in the season.

MCU fictional newspapers such as New Orleans Gazette, featured in Cloak & Dagger, San Francisco Tribune, featured in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and Dallas Record, featured in Iron Man 2, appear in the series.

The show details the war described by Robbie Reyes that's been going on for centuries.
Taken from the Marvel Cinematic Universe wiki
 
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