Advertisements I am not into comics and haven't even seen all the MCU films much less all the various TV shows (did love Agent Carter). So, my wife and I sat down to watch these two episodes today. My wife found the "laugh track" (I have read there was a real studio audience) grating and walked out for a while during E1. I appreciated what they were trying to do and recognized the homages to both Dick Van Dyke and Bewitched (I'm old enough to have seen them when they were on the air.) It was clear from the beginning that this world was off-kilter, and that neither Wanda nor Vision quite understood their place in it. I enjoyed the humor and the subtle ways that the mystery was inserted, along with the splashes of color (I also remember shows switching from B+W to color.) The Grace Randolph video was helpful in telling me that I had no clue about the back story here, but I am interested in seeing where they go with this.