There’s a fun new episode of Disney+ every week She-Hulk: Lawyer This week is no exception! We need to learn a little more about Josh Segara’s pug, see Jen and Nikki deal with She-Hulk’s public image, and see Jen in action in the Abomination lawsuit. But we also got an important reminder for us as an audience.
The third episode of the series reminded us that the show belongs to Jennifer Walters. His first two episodes had cameo appearances by Bruce Banner and Emil Bronski. As we get ready to talk about the third episode, in another cameo, Jennifer turns to the camera to remind us that this is her show. .
**Spoilers for the first 3 episodes She-Hulk: Lawyer Awaiting**
It’s easy to wait for Matt Murdock to show up or talk about who. If I do not It should appear in the next episode of the series, but it’s also important to remember that this show is about Jennifer. With characters like Wong joining the story, it’s still time for Jen to shine.
Jen in her element
We’ve seen Jen briefly in court in previous episodes of the series. In Episode 2, she was looking for a job and deciding whether to head the Superhuman Law Department. It’s fun to see how good you are.
From the end of Episode 2, titled Superhuman Law, Jen had to come up with a way to spin Emile Blonsky and apparently escape prison. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten WheelsShe was given a gift, in that it wasn’t Blonsky who wanted to escape. should explain it to
Every time a new wrench is thrown into her plan, she stops and rolls it. It shows how good a lawyer she really is. Hopefully It’s just that way for him.
then over there It was There are quite a few cameo appearances in this episode. Besides Bronsky and Wong, we also brought Megan Thee Stallion into the series for a case Pug is working on. Look, here’s what’s great about this show. No cameo really tops Jen and her work.megan thee stallion Because it’s Megan Thee StallionAnd it makes sense in the context of the episode.
So it works well to remember Jen’s comments about the first cameo and whose show this is.
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