She-Hulk: Attorney at Law S1, E6-8 review – Let’s just agree that guys can really suck

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I think we’re just going to have to overlook how late my She-Hulk reviews are for the time being and just be happy that they are still coming (lol). Anyway, I can finally say we got the cameo we’ve all wanted, and in the best way possible. Walk of shame anyone?

The last two weeks are about Jen going to a wedding and rocking her She-Hulk look. Plus a great wedding fight, she kicked butt by the way, and found a nice, cute guy too. Go Jen! Then last week, the nice guy is not so nice, and Jen has to accept both parts of herself at a superhuman resort with others. But, just this last week we got our Devil, and we got the big part one of the climax we’ve seen building to.

Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. © 2022 MARVEL.

Where are all these superpowered beings coming from? And where are the Avengers! I know they are all over the place now, but good grief man. Even the police force that went after Ms. Marvel would be a good choice right now, because some of these people are really abusing their powers against those without. And what the heck is this guy gang that is all butthurt about a female Hulk? Like really, I can’t wait to see her crush you all. Can we also have a ban on spoiled rich kids playing superheroes/stupid villains?

The wedding was a fun plot point, but made the episode feel like a filler episode with no real impact to the main part of the series. Except for the small details here and there that of course will come back in the next two episodes. I could also say the same for episode seven, but it had more to do with the plot and character development for Jen herself.

Can we all just also agree that the majority of men in Jen’s dating pool are just awful? Like, she needs to wake up and understand that because of who she is now, she needs a screening process now. Her bestie and her workfriend should be the ones to screen them, because they can spot these awful guys faster than her. 

We now know what the two filler-ish episodes were building up to, an explosive and fun (and probably made every woman watching mad as hell at the end) part one to the climax in episode eight. I know I can barely hold it together to see what happens next. Will we be stuck on a cliffhanger? Can we also bet on who Jen will be going after next? Can we also talk about the views on women superheroes vs. male superheroes? If Captain America or Iron Man got pissed off like Jen did at the end of the eighth episode, no one would have treated them as they are treating Jen (I do understand that she is a Hulk, but come on). But, anyway I’m ready for the stupid men to be put in their place and for Jen to come out on top (I’m really rooting for our girl here). 

I loved our Daredevil coming back into the MCU officially (I was screaming and cheering when I saw him), and thanks to him we got much more information about the timeline and the things that have changed. These were slight, almost unnoticeable hints, but we still got them. First being that the Sokovia Accords have been dissolved/overturned, and Jen asked about his practice with his friends (so after Daredevil season three). Then the last little fact that I wanted to point out was that he and Karen Page are not together (I feel like they are one of the worst pairings, she can do so much better, cough, cough, *Frank Castle*). Anyway, we might be seeing Matt once again cause it looks like Jen might need a good lawyer on her side for what’s coming next. 

Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. © 2022 MARVEL.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has its final episode of the season on Thursday (10/13), so be sure to catch up on all the previous episodes before then and to watch the season finale on Disney+!


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