Warning: This article contains spoilers for She-Hulk: Attorney At Law! Read at your own risk!
Jen has had a lot of things this episode, aside from handling a court case with Wong, she also sets her dating profile through Matcher. She fought demons and in the end, the cliché of a hot doctor leaving her happened. She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4's ending, however, sets a new tone!
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4 Ending Explained
As the hot doctor leaves Jen after seeing her out of her She-Hulk form in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4, there's another knock on the door and this time, it's a delivery for Jen, some papers that teases a court re-match between her and Titania.
Apparently, Jen receives a document from the District Attorney, where she previously worked, and it is indicated that Titania trademarked the name "She-Hulk," so she is now suing Jen for "misuse of a trademark," because, technically, Titania registered it first.
Well, the delivery guy is, technically, correct in saying that Titania trademarked and registered it first but with Jen's prowess on anything legal, she could surely think of some kind of defense. She isn't attorney-at-law for nothing.
Also, Mallory Book, a prosecutor at the DA's office seen in Episode 2 could come back and side Titania given that the document was from the DA's office. Mallory Book has been against Jen even in the comics so it could be reflected into the series as well.
In the comics, Titania and She-Hulk had a fight at the Supreme Court. Also, in the first episode, Titania being humiliated by She-Hulk could give her a real grudge against her but the series is yet to answer why she was there in the first place.
The document only points to one thing: it is a rematch between Jen and Titania in court, it may be a legal battle but could also be some action like that of the first episode. Whether this will happen in the next episode could be anybody's guess.
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4 is now streaming on Disney Plus.