Well, a cameo appearance definitely stole the show for the "Jennifer Walters show" and surely, Marvel still has a lot of cards to play for the upcoming She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4! You'll never know who comes out next so be ready with the release date and time, a recap, countdown, and all else!
Table of Contents
- What Happened Before She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4?
- She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 3 Post-Credits Scene
- She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4 Spoilers, Theories, and Leaks
- Where to Watch She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4?
- When is the Release Date and Time of She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4?
- She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4 Countdown
Warning: This article contains spoilers for She-Hulk: Attorney At Law. Read at your own risk!
What Happened Before She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4?
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 3, The People vs. Emil Blonsky, after the ending of Episode 2 with the news about Emil Blonsky being seen as The Abomination participating in an underground fight ring whilst being in prison, Jennifer Walters angrily goes to Emil's cell and boy, she's mad!
Jen points to Emil that what he did was a crime and that would topple down his chances of getting parole but Emil explains to her that he was under duress leaving his cell, it was forced on him and it wasn't his choice to do so.
As Jen calls Nikki, immediately she tells Jen, "Wong. Just Wong." Nikki describes Wong's social media presence as "chaotic" since his whereabouts are in New York where he is a sorcerer and in Nepal as a librarian. Nonetheless, Nikki has him with a thirst trap a.k.a. her picture with a bunch of books.
Nikki is also monitoring the news, not about The Abomination, but about Jen being a Hulk since the media doesn't seem impressed by the fact that she is a superpowered lawyer and her phone line has been bombed by calls asking for interviews. No, Jen is just focused to winning Emil's case.
As Jen walks into Holliway's office, she meets a familiar face -- Dennis Bukowski. Jen protests taking his case because they got some history with her previous job and Mallory Book from the DA's office got the case dismissed since Dennis wouldn't tell Mallory his problem. Thus, Pug gets the case.
The reason why Dennis is at the Super Human Law division of GLK&H is because he got defrauded by a shape-shifting light elf from New Asgard, Runa, whom he thought was Megan Thee Stallion when they dated. That made Jen burst with laughter and in the nick of time, Wong appeared through a portal.
Jen and Wong proceed to her office where Wong admits to breaking Emil out of prison as part of his training to be the Sorcerer Supreme and he deems The Abomination a worthy opponent. Wong requests that The Abomination be free of punishment.
Jen tells Wong that he has to ask that from the parole board and Wong immediately says that he wouldn't erase the memory of everyone since the last time it happened, it was messy. Jen just asks Wong that he appears before the parole board and tells he has a Plan B, sorcery, as backup.
On the other hand, Pug talks to Dennis who tells Pug that he has a "change of heart" but thankfully, Pug is keen to detail and he sees through Runa deceiving him as the light elf runs outside and reveals herself before leaving.
It's is finally the time for Jen to present her case before the parole board inside the supermax facility and the seven soulmates of Emil are also present to support him. Jen explains that she has witnesses, one of which can prove that Emil's "prison break" is not of his own volition.
Knowing that Wong is late, Jen buys some time so he let Emil give his own statement. Jen ensures the parole board that he has a place to live when he gets out and he would have a meditation facility. With his seven soulmates, Emil has funding secured.
Wong arrives in tine and he explains that it is his doing how Emil got out. Wong tells the parole board that he even offered to Emil a sanctuary at Kamar-Taj but Emil declined and insisted that he stay in prison to repay his debt to the society.
However, a member of the parole board raises the question on what happens if Emil becomes the Abomination and gets all bloodthirsty. Well, Emil has that covered as he turns into the Abomination resulting to everyone freaking out.
Surprisingly, Emil has it all under full control and Jen asks him to change back to his human form. Jen presents to the parole board that Emil could easily break out of prison but chooses to stay inside with the purpose of rejoining the society once more in the future.
The parole board adjourns the session indicating that they will reach a ruling soon and when they noted that Wong has facilitated a prison break which is a crime, Wong immediately leaves.
Then, there is Pug's case. The lawyer of the light elf notes that Runa is a daughter of a diplomat in New Asgard and thus, she asks for diplomatic immunity. The judge immediately declines the thought saying that they are not in New Asgard and he also says that the speeches of Thor are inadmissible in court. Also, Runa impersonated the judge.
After a tiring day, Jen and Nikki are at Legal Ease bar where Jen just wants the case to end because she wants to be back to her normal anonymous lawyering. Nikki reminds her that from the day she becomes a Hulk, it will forever be there.
Then, Pug slides in and complains about his case with Dennis and both Jen and Nikki describes him as "terminally diluted and gross." That gives Pug an idea and she asks Jen to take the witness stand. Jen describes Dennis with a lot of things that aren't nice.
Jen helps Pug win the case by making everyone think that Dennis really believes that he could actually date Megan Thee Stallion. The judge finally decrees that Dennis is, indeed, defrauded, awarding him $175,000 and sentencing Runa with 60 days imprisonment for impersonating the judge.
The real Megan Thee Stallion, surprisingly, is among the crowd and she says there can only be one Megan Thee Stallion. Going out of court, Dennis wishes a way for Runa to stop using her magic to avoid further victims and that gives Jen an idea -- the inhibitor Bruce created.
Back at the parole board, Emil is given release with the condition that he wears an inhibitor so he could not turn into the Abomination. Emil thanks Jen and advises her some life lesson -- embrace the stories being told about her and be part of it.
Thereafter, she goes into an interview where she is asked how she got the moniker, She-Hulk. She explains that some random guy on TV coined the term and it stuck with the people. Surprisingly, the news goes to a break which surprised Jen because it will involve questions of her workout and diet.
Walking on her way home, some guys jumped in on Jen, the Wrecking Crew, and they reveal their weapons to her. She screams, at first, but realizes that she can turn into She-Hulk. Well, they are no match for her. One of them even stabs her with a syringe but it bent.
Realizing they can't take She-Hulk, they flee and one of them says their boss wouldn't be happy that they didn't get what they needed, some sample from She-Hulk. Meanwhile, Jen seems to ponder on being She-Hulk while looking at her reflection.
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 3 Post-Credits Scene
To start, it is hilarious! Jen scores a new client -- Megan Thee Stallion. After they sign the papers, they twerk and awkwardly, Holliway sees it from outside. Mid-dance, Jen shouts, “I would kill for you Megan Thee Stallion!” Megan replies, "Okay, dial it back."
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4 Spoilers, Theories, and Leaks
The whole episode is quite a legal battle for both Jen and Pug. Their cases are, legally, difficult to win but they managed to get through. The episode offers a lot of Easter eggs, too, there's the Shang-Chi connection again, to start.
Then, there's Wong. He even has a LinkedIn profile showing the impressive resume of Wong. Note that his employment as the Sorcerer Supreme has no date and it also suggests that Wong works in two places: New York and Kamar-Taj.
As the Sorcerer Supreme, Wong is surely stationed at Kamar-Taj but he also goes to the New York Sanctum Sanctorum where Strange is which indicates that he is still looking out for Strange, possibly preventing another spell that could be botched.
Also, his reign as the Sorcerer Supreme may have only happened after Shang-Chi considering that he had to train with Abomination as his worthy opponent to become one. It only means after Strange was snapped, Wong became the de facto Sorcerer Supreme and it became official once he is done with a worthy opponent.
There's also a clap back to the haters of the show with the social media posts about She-Hulk appearing on screen. Then, there's Gideon Wilson's cameo, the brother of Falcon and he also got exposed to Gamma radiation.
The show also introduces a New Asgard light elf. This is the first time one is seen in action, a nod to the Light Elves of Svartalfheim. They are among the refugees from Asgard after the realm was destroyed by Hela and Ragnarok.
When Jen comes out of the supermax prison of the DOD, a reporter asks her if it is a Mafia hit that made her She-Hulk. This is a direct reference to how she got powers in the comics, something that the series changed.
Also, the Wrecking Crew makes their appearance. they are a group of construction workers in the comics who got enchanted by some freak lightning and they became foes of Thor. In the series, they seemed to have stolen mystical tools and it is revealed they worked for someone else. Who could that be?
Lastly, everyone is blown away by this episode's scene stealer, Megan Thee Stallion! She's an iconic woman, to begin with, and having her on She-Hulk: Attorney At Law just proves how Marvel has a lot of cards on their deck that would surprise everyone.
In the post-credits scene, which is hilarious, by the way, Megan thee Stallion signs a contract with Jennifer Walters as her new lawyer. Given that Jen works under the Super Human Law division of GLK&H, does that mean Megan Thee Stallion is super powered?
She's powerful as a woman and as an icon of today's generation but if, indeed, she is a super powered human in the MCU, what power does she have? Will she be appearing in the MCU again at some point in time or will it just be a one-time cameo appearance?
Where to Watch She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4?
Disney+ exclusively streams She-Hulk: Attorney At Law along with all the other Marvel series released or upcoming as announced for the Phase Four of the MCU. There is no news yet as to the release of the series on DVD but what is sure is that it would be available on the service in the highest streaming quality, 4K. The legal comedy is rated TV-14.
When is the Release Date and Time of She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4?
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4 Countdown
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 4 Countdown
Well, congratulations Jen and Pug for winning your respective cases. It's interesting what other cases they will handle in the upcoming episodes!
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