- A deleted scene from WandaVision reveals that Evan Peters’ character, Ralph Bohner, was Agent Woo’s missing witness, closing a major plot point in the show.
- Bohner’s true identity was not who fans initially thought, as he was under the spell of Agatha Harkness and masquerading as Wanda’s late brother.
- Knowing Bohner’s identity helps fans understand the events leading up to the show and provides closure for a significant unanswered question, although the chances of a WandaVision season 2 remain low.
Following WandaVision‘s conclusion in 2021, many viewers were left with some unanswered questions. In a newly revealed WandaVision deleted scene, fans saw one of the show’s biggest mysteries finally answered.
One of the biggest unanswered questions was who exactly was Agent Woo’s missing witness? Woo only came to Westview because of this individual, who had gone missing from the Witness Protection program. This mysterious character’s actions were central to WandaVision‘s plot, so fans became curious about who this person was. Fan theories speculated that the missing person might’ve been Agnes or Dottie, but apparently, both predictions missed the mark.
In a WandaVision deleted scene IGN, Agent Woo is shown conversing with another FBI agent. Woo tells him they still need to find their missing witness and that he should be easier to spot now that everything has returned to normal. Then, Evan Peters’ Ralph Bohner character is shown stealing a pair of bolt cutters from a firetruck before cutting an ankle bracelet off of himself. The scene clarifies that Ralph Bohner is Woo’s mysterious missing witness, closing a case that has kept fans wondering since the show aired.
Before WandaVision ended, fans learned that Bohner was not who he said he was. At first, it was thought that Bohner was Wanda’s late brother Quicksilver, but it was later revealed that Bohner was under the spell of Agatha Harkness and was masquerading as Wanda’s late brother. While some fans suspected Bohner was Woo’s missing witness, the WandaVision is the closest official confirmation of this theory.
Now that fans know who Woo’s missing witness was, a more complete picture can be formed of the events leading up to the show. If it weren’t for Bohner going missing from the FBI’s Witness Protection Program, Woo would have never found himself in Westview. This new knowledge will satisfy those who still consider themselves WandaVision fans, as this significant detail went unanswered for years. However, on a sadder note, dedicated fans of the show probably know by now that WandaVision season 2’s chances remain low.
Despite WandaVision season 2 probably not happening, some of WandaVision‘s characters may still appear in future Marvel Studios movies. One of the show’s stars, Teyonah Parris’ Monica Rambeau, featured heavily in the recently released The Marvels. And it’s confirmed that Paul Bettany’s Vision will reprise his role in future MCU projects, but Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch seemingly won’t return soon.
WandaVision is streaming on Disney Plus.