After revealing herself to the public, Jennifer Walters get the pros and cons of being a hero and a lawyer at the same time in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 2. That doesn't mean she couldn't do her job, she just got a challenging one and here is the ending explained.
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She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 2 Ending Explained
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 2 quick recap, Jen feels the aftermath of her revelation to the public being She-Hulk and she got fired from her job at the DA's office so she went job hunting but sometimes, when you smash open a door, opportunities walk through it.
She got a job at GLK&H as the head of the superhuman law division and Mr. Holliway, a partner at the firm, took Jen in. Her first client is The Abomination and after meeting the villain who almost killed Hulk in the past, she had her doubts and asked for Banner's blessing whether to take the job.
Jen calls Mr. Holliway and she tells him that she is ready for the case, even having a plan for it. Just before Mr. Holliway ends the call, he tells Jen to watch the television and in the news, she sees Abomination participating in an underground fight ring, and Jen knows immediately, that's another problem.
The final news scene where Jen sees The Abomination in the underground fight ring directly connects She-Hulk: Attorney At Law to Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings with Xialing's fight ring where The Abomination participates as a contender.
With The Abomination as her client, this may be the same reason why Wong would be involved in the series given that Wong is the key of The Abomination to seemingly "escape" the supermax prison with his rings of teleportation, right? However, will he be of help win the case for Jen?
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 2 is now streaming on Disney Plus.