These The Falcon And The Winter Soldier Memes Are As Good As Episode 3

Yesterday, the third episode of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier came out. At the end of the second episode, Marvel teased fans with only a few seconds of Daniel Brühl’s Zemo’s return. Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan’s Sam and Bucky were equally curious to meet him to find out about the super-soldier serum. Well, their scenes in the third episode were hilarious AF.

If you are yet to watch the third episode, we want to warn you that the articles and the memes in it contain spoilers. But if that doesn’t matter to you, keep reading. In the third episode, Zemo and Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp) make a powerful entry. Their scenes with Sam and Bucky are full of action and drama.

From Sam and Bucky yelling ‘No’ at Zemo together to Daniel Brühl’s character dancing at a party in Madripoor when they are on a mission, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’s latest episode was everything that MCU is known for. The ending with a Wakandian twist left many jaws dropping, and fans won’t keep calm until next Friday.

While some fans are coming up with their theories and easter eggs, some decided to create memes. These memes are as good as the third episode. No, we aren’t exaggerating. The memes are relatable to day-to-day life and express the plight of every Marvel fan around the world.

Take a look at some of my favourite The Falcon and The Winter Soldier memes:

Well, these are just a handful of them. Instagram and social media are full of such creative and funny memes on The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’s latest episode!

If you are wondering what happened to the new Captain America, aka John Walker (Wyatt Russell) in the latest episode, he appears only for a few minutes. But he suspects that Sam and Bucky are behind the freeing of Zemo so that he might appear as major trouble in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’s upcoming episodes.

If you are wondering what is up with the Ayo meme, well, she appears at the end of the episode to meet Bucky. She is there to catch hold of Zemo. If you have forgotten, Zemo is the man behind the death of Wakanda’s King and T’Challa’s father, King T’Chaka. Our curiosity levels have just increased. Will Zemo now become a villain after knowing the real reason why Bucky helped him escape the prison? We have many such questions running in our minds.

Meanwhile, Kari Skogland is the director of the Disney+ Marvel series. Malcolm Spellman is the head writer of the series along with Kari. The events in TFATWS are set 6 months after The Blip (Avengers: Endgame).

Did you like the latest episode of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier? Do you think Zemo is a good guy or he is going to betray Sam and Bucky? Will Ayo get hold of him? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Pooja Darade
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