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Recap of “She-hulk” Episode Nine’s Finale: Get to Know the Mcu’s Most Potent Bein!

The conclusion of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law on Disney Plus, starring Tatiana Maslany’s Jen Walters, destroys what a Marvel ending should be. (Spoilers!)

Now that’s how a TV show should end. She-Hulk dissects the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the fundamental notion of how Marvel stories should come to a close in the season finale episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, which is currently available to stream on Disney Plus. You will not see this finale coming, for sure.

Here is our recap of last week’s episode 8 in case you need a reminder (or start with She-Hulk episode 1). Let’s get into the most recent episode, Whose Show is This?, which features a tonne of Easter eggs and appearances. a lot of spoilers, too!

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Savage She-hulk

Let’s not forget the beginning, a retro-styled prologue that imagines what this show would be like if it were produced in the 1970s, in the vein of the famous series The Incredible Hulk. The season finale is all about endings, but let’s not forget the beginning (which ran from 1978 to 1982, plus a few TV movies).

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She-Hulk is more than just a sweet throwback to the vintage series; in fact, Marvel comics editors hastily constructed a female version of the ferocious green giant in order to get the character rights before the TV show creators could conceive of it.

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Bill Bixby played Dr. David Banner in the show; the TV producers changed his name because they didn’t like Stan Lee’s preference for names that rhymed. When Bruce Banner turned into the Hulk, muscular Lou Ferrigno painted his body green, and Savage’s ’70s She-Hulk expertly imitates that classic style as the raging She-Hulk. What a fantastic way to open the show with the clothes, the hair, and the split screen.

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Jen is in superpower supermax after destroying the Female Lawyer of the Year banquet last week. Fortunately, Mallory Book and her legal friends get her a plea agreement. Jen loses her Hulk powers, her job, and her home after donning an inhibitor (similar to the one Emil Blonsky wore to prevent his transformations).

Post-credits Scene From Episode Nine

Emil is back at the DODC supermax where we first saw him at the beginning of the series after the credits. He doesn’t have to wait long, though, as sorcerer Wong interrupts his TV watching to open a gateway inside Emil’s cell and free his former sparring partner. At least there is Wi-Fi at Kamar-Taj, where Emil accepts a new way of life (harking back to a joke in the first Doctor Strange film).

Recap of She-hulk Episode Nine's Finale

On the plus side, Wong is essentially a good guy, and Emil is at least hanging out with him rather than being encouraged to behave badly. But it does imply that Wong is still somewhat careless when it comes to matters like, say, the law. Oh, and Maddisyn? Why not?

Random She-hulk Ideas and Marvel Easter Eggs

An allusion to the malevolent comic book cyborg/computer M.O.D.O.K. (Mental/Mobile/Mechanized Organism Designed Only for Killing), K.E.V.I.N. stands for Knowledge Enhanced Visual Interconnectivity Nexus.
Jen was inspired to pursue a career in law by the films Legally Blonde and Erin Brockovich, judging by the posters on the wall of her childhood bedroom.

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The wall of colored sticky notes in the writer’s room is covered with “beats,” or events that take place in the episode. Some authors use index cards as wall decor. In either case, the objective is to “break the tale” by outlining the arrangement of these beats throughout the course of three acts before drafting a script.

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There are also what I can only assume to be inside jokes on the walls of the room, such as “Gamma goo / Slop it in” and “There’s something beautiful about a man’s knees.”
After Jen busts up the guy’s hand, I hope Disney has strong health benefits for its security personnel.
We Run This by Missy Elliott serves as the song’s finale, of course.
What has become of Josh?
We’ll always assume that if there is a season 2, it is a dream sequence.
Skaar’s hair is odd; what’s going on?

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