eso you mentioned that the ending the ending, I think, is definitely a great place to start because, um, where we meet Geraldine in the second episode on and she almost, like, mix up her name like we're not sure that's her actual name. And, uh, and in this episode, she, like, you know, Wanda gives birth to twins when she mentions, like, Oh, yeah, I'm a twin And, uh, she starts singing into cov in and it, like, triggers a memory, I guess, for for Geraldine. And she's like, Oh, yeah, p atrial. He was killed by Ultron, right? And I was just like, this is what I meant by, like more questions than answers. I was like, What is going on, like the entire like, last five minutes of the show? I was just like, what is happening right now? It's like, so like the neighbors are like trying to tell vision something, and then they don't and it's like, Are they like, remembering, or are they purposely placed there, too, to play these roles like that? That's where I was just super lost. And I was like Then when she got bounced out, I was like so is this something that someone else created or did want to do this herself? I'm just I'm so there's so many questions. I'm like I have no idea. But that's where that that ending left me like, definitely hungry form. Or so I think it was a great ending. Yeah, and just finishing up the touch on the first, like, 20 minutes of the episode, Because I know we're all here toe to really talk about the the extended theories that that we now think. But the episode itself, probably and and I think we should rank all three episodes chronologically at the end of the show to see kind of where we all stand. But I mean, this episode was kind of middle of the pack for me. I'll be interested to see what happens. More. I thought everything was good. Um, it was cool touch for the twins, too.