It has been a week since The Umbrella Academy Season 2 released on Netflix. The second season received a great response from the fans as well as critics. Some fans even called it better than the first season in their social media reviews. This article regarding the same and its Avengers: Endgame moment contains spoiler. So if you haven’t watched the series yet, do not proceed further.
If you have watched Avengers: Endgame, you know how Captain America and other Avengers travel back in time. They do so to get their hands on the infinity stones before Thanos. Chris Evans’ Cap goes back to 2012 New York attack and gets his hands on Loki’s sceptre. However, he ends up fighting Captain America from that timeline. Just like in this Netflix series, in Endgame they say that they shouldn’t come face-to-face to their versions of that timeline. Sadly, they fail to follow the same.
Coming to The Umbrella Academy Season 2, young Five needs the suitcase back from his older version. To get their hands on the suitcase, they fight just how Captain America fights his younger self in Endgame for the sceptre. Now, amid this fight, old Five says something which is an Avengers: Endgame reference.
When old Five fights his younger version in The Umbrella Academy Season 2, he asks, “Getting tired yet?” To this, young Five responds, “I can do this all day.” This is a line that even younger Cap from 2012 says to older Captain America during their Endgame fight!
This moment is hilarious and entertaining in the series as it is in Endgame. It’s always fun to watch the future character meeting their past self or vice-versa.
Did you notice this in The Umbrella Academy Season 2 ? Let us know in the comments section below.