After Wanda and Vision successfully make it through the work dinner, they sit their couch and lament about missing the trademarks of a normal relationship. The “episode” of the WandaVision sitcom comes to an end and the camera zooms out, revealing that it’s playing on a strange monitor in what looks like a decked-out observation room. An unknown person is writing down notes, as multiple monitors track other variables. Along with that, there is a clear S.W.O.R.D. logo in the corner of one screen.
But that’s not all. In the fake sitcom’s credits, there’s a list of seemingly random names for director, production manager, director of photography, and other expected roles. However, not all of the names are meaningless. The name of the supposed director, Abe Brown, is actually a character from Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Played by Abraham Attah, Abe is a member of the Midtown School of Science and Technology’s decathlon team, alongside Ned Leeds (Jacob Batalon), Michelle Jones (Zendaya), and Peter Parker (Tom Holland). He appears at the decathlon event in Washington D.C., as well as in the Washington Monument when Peter has to rescue everyone. Abe works together with teammate Cindy Moon (Tiffany Espensen) and his other friends, and appears to be friendly with Peter.