Warning: if you haven't seen Episode 4 of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, this article contains SPOILERS so read at your own risk!
I don't know if you've realized it yet but Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been quite divisive and it has seemingly become a recurring theme. One of the projects fans have been debating about is She-Hulk: Attorney at Law and shockingly enough, the Tatiana Maslany-led show is well aware of all the buzz it's creating online both positive and negative.
For the uninitiated, She-Hulk has been rubbing some people the wrong way for being too "woke" and allegedly "anti-men". Last week, the show finally addressed its critics who mostly come from the male demographic through Jennifer Walter's use of her fourth-wall-breaking antics.
Episode 4 is no different as it once again throws shade at the show's cynics. During the episode's opening sequence, Jen, again in her fourth-wall-breaking mode greeted the audience and jokingly pointed out how Wong's presence in the show has made them happy.
She later said: "God, everyone loves Wong. It's like giving the show twitter armor for a week," obviously alluding to the fact that the show has constantly drawn negative comments online. Pretty clever if you'd ask me.
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Meanwhile, the series ended on a pretty bizarre note as Walters received a lawsuit from Titania over her use of the "She-Hulk" moniker. Turns out that the influencer-turned-villain wants to be referred to as the one and only She-Hulk which is actually quite weird, to say the least.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law's fourth episode is now streaming on Disney+.