Warning: This article contains spoilers for She-Hulk: Attorney At Law. Read at your own risk.
Unlike any other ending, She-Hulk: Attorney At Law finale managed to do away with the usual having a huge fight scene or an explosive finish with mass destruction or anything else. Instead, Jen gets to take over her own show and have her own version of how it turns out. Here's what happened!
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Finale Recap: Jen Takes Over Her Own Show
She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 9, Whose Show Is It, concludes the series of Jennifer Walters as she gets her own series to show the world who she is and what she could do, both in court as a lawyer and in real life as She-Hulk.
It starts with a classic callback to the classic the Incredible Hulk TV series introducing what happened to Jen, how she became She-Hulk, and the unfortunate fiasco that turned up in Episode 8. It ends with a title card, The Savage She-Hulk.
Thankfully, that's not what the whole finale looks like. Jen wakes up in the Department of Damage Control's supermax prison and Nikki, Mallory, and Pug arrives to ask how she is. Pug also reveals how calm he is considering he tried to contact Hulk, but to no avail.
As for Mallory, she wants to build Jen's case but Jen has a different idea: identify who are behind Intelligencia and prosecute them for what happened to her. Mallory reminds Jen that they have to deal with what happened first but Jen explains that she was angry, like how any other person would feel if put in her position.
Mallory informs Jen that they managed to come up with a plea deal but that means Jen would have to wear an inhibitor. Jen gets out of prison and her parents fetch her. With everything that is happening, Jen loses her apartment and has to move back home with her parents.
Jen remains keen on finding out who the people behind Intelligencia are, even having a whole board trying to connect the dots. On TV, they see Dennis Bukowski, yes, that guy who was fooled that he could actually date Megan Thee Stallion, who stated on TV that he and Jen actually dated when they really didn't.
Jen's mom cuts into the moment with some food and shows Nikki a hilarious video of Jen dancing in her pajamas from way back in college. Nikki even asks Jen's mom for the video but it's for a good cause.
Meanwhile, Jen is fed up with what is happening to her so she packs her bags and decides to go to Summer Twilights, Emil Blonsky's place, and there, Wrecker warmly greets her and sweet, he even sets up the quest room for her, offering her tea later, while Blonsky still has an event.
As for Nikki, she's not stopping until she gets to the bottom of who are in the Intelligencia. She's sorry to Jen but she poses as a member of the Intelligencia as she sends the video of Jen dancing in college, that's her good cause, but as HulkKing replies, Nikki realizes it is exclusive for males.
Nikki calls in Pug to attend the event and she feeds Pug what to say at the event. There, members are complaining about She-Hulk and even Lady Thor. As Pug says what Nikki told him, "Females, am I right?," a familiar annoying face shows up -- Todd Phelps.
Todd starts with his misogynistic complaints and when Pug mentions that what Jen got was through nepotism, Todd believes him, and Pug shifts into asking what Todd is doing there. Surprise, Todd reveals he is HulkKing and he created Intelligencia.
Since the signal is weak, Nikki loses connection to Pug. Inside, Todd calls everyone to their seats and hypes the members up, while Pug seems disgusted. Todd introduces a special guest speaker, Abomination, even when Blonsky promised not to go into his full Abomination form.
As everyone is hyped up, Jen is still bummed so she decides to look for Blonsky. Unfortunately, she enters into a room full of guys with Abomination in front and to the shock of Todd, Jen is there. Then, Nikki comes in, too.
Proudly announcing himself as the HulkKing and creator of Intelligencia, Todd blabbers how Jen didn't deserve the powers she have so he hired Josh to get Jen into a thirst trap and get her blood sample which he injects to himself, becoming a Hulk, too.
To add to the confusing things that are happening, Titania shows up through a wall as if never knowing what a door is, and Hulk smashes through the ceiling which is surprising considering he came from outer space.
As Abomination tries to save Jen from HulkKing, Bruce misunderstands it and he lets out a punch, while somewhere else, Titania throws off some members of the Intelligencia. It's a mess! It doesn't sit well with Jen so she breaks the fourth wall once more, to the extremes.
She lands on the Disney Plus page through the She-Hulk title card and goes into that of Marvel's Assembled. This leads her into the Walt Disney Studios and she goes directly into where the production of She-Hulk is.
There, writers are discussing what to do with Season 2 and Jen bursts in to ask why the finale is like that, just like any other hero show which is cliché so she looks for who is the one responsible to all that is happening, Kevin, whom the writers would kill for.
Jen parades through Marvel Studios where she sees a someone at the front desk who made her sign a non-disclosure agreement before she could get to Kevin, but the guy still called security. Really? Well, Jen easily goes past them.
Arriving at a room filled with monitors, Jen is surprised by Kevin, not Kevin Feige, but K.E.V.I.N., Knowledge Enhanced Visual Interconnectivity Nexus, and it even mocked her if she was expecting a guy to show up. K.E.V.I.N. makes an introduction of being the most advanced entertainment algorithm.
K.E.V.I.N. even says that near perfect products are made but Jen doesn't agree with that given how her show is running. Jen tricks K.E.V.I.N. into giving her a closing statement but first, she has to transform to her human form. She exclaims why there are so many plotlines going on.
She wants to do away with Todd being a Hulk because he's the villain, not the blood, Bruce arriving out of the blue when he's from space which doesn't make sense but Jen dismisses the explanation of K.E.V.I.N. that Bruce needs to come back to introduce someone, and Abomination having to pay for his mistakes.
Also, Jen requests that there be Daredevil because she has her needs, and have the finale at daytime. She starts pointing out the daddy issues that characters have like Iron Man, Thor and Loki, and Star-Lord. Then she even asks about when the X-Men will arrive, then winks to the audience because you know what she means!
Jen also adds what she wants to see for Season 2. While K.E.V.I.N. can't answer that, the AI recalibrates so K.E.V.I.N. says goodbye to Jen with "See you on the big screen." While Jen tried to clarify, she is ordered to go back to her show.
Jen gets everything she requested, even Daredevil. Titania films all that are happening. Scared, Todd accepts his fate of dying but Jen isn't like that. Blonsky is being apprehended as well for violating his parole and would be back to prison for another 10 years.
At a family barbeque, Matt meets Jen's bunch and they are asking a lot of questions about it. Jen's dad, like every other father, is asking how Matt earns because it's expensive to raise children in LA. He has some advanced thinking, everyone!
Fast forward a bit, Jen is about the enter the court when a reporter asks her for a message, Jen says, “The message we’re sending is that if you attack, harm, or harass innocent people, I’m coming for you.” The reporter clarifies whether it's be in her lawyer capacity or that of She-Hulk, and she says, "Both."
Presenting, Jennifer Walters, She-Hulk, the difficult diva of law.
The fun doesn't stop there as there is a post-credits scene where Blonsky is back in prison and Wong arrives. Wong is late because he got hooked up on a show and he fetches Blonsky who asks about the guest policy at Kamar-Taj, hinting that he will be staying there rather than prison.