WARNING: if you haven't seen the finale episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, this article contains MAJOR SPOILERS so read at your own risk!
It goes without saying that She-Hulk: Attorney at Law isn't everyone's cup of tea and since it dropped its first episode last August, a lot of fans have been having a hard time getting behind the Disney+ series. Now, Marvel Studios just premiered She-Hulk's last episode and it just might go down as one of the best finales the Marvel Cinematic Universe has ever produced and we're not even exaggerating.
Just when it looked like Episode 9 will end in typical MCU fashion, the show's main character Jennifer Walters broke all the rules and not to mention the fourth wall in the grandest way possible. During the finale's climatic sequence, Todd Phelps injects himself with Walters' gamma-infused blood, turning into HulkKing in the process and that's where the mayhem began to ensue.
Titania also showed up out of nowhere, as well as Bruce Banner who was missing in action for the better part of the show. As he and Abomination were about to engage in an epic clash, Jen shockingly made use of her fourth-wall-breaking abilities, and the next thing we know, Disney+'s Marvel homepage pops up.
This would then lead to Walters "creating" her own Assembled episode where she was given creative control over how the finale would end, all thanks to a robot cleverly named K.E.V.I.N. who is revealed to be the one running the MCU all along. After making several alterations to the finale originally orchestrated by the AI, everything ends according to Jen's preference.
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I don't know about you but Jennifer Walters might have just given Wade Wilson a run for his money. She-Hulk's finale pushed the envelope even further and I don't care what you think of the show overall, Episode 9 is a can't-miss episode.
All episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law are now streaming on Disney+.