Well, they cheated on us, didn’t they? After getting a glimpse of Daredevil’s new helmet in the last episode, there’s not even a hint of Matt Murdock in this episode. It’s a dangerous game to play with Marvel fans, but the show is at least aware that it’s holding up our expectations. And if you think this is happening at the wrong time of the season, you’re right,” Jen tells us. “Because weddings are always like this.”
No, there are no major MCU cameos in this episode again, but the bride Lulu is played by Patti Harrison. And I’m happy to report that “Just Jen” is a steady improvement over last week’s offering. She-Hulk Relax into that rhythm. As with the previous episode’s exploration of the exploitation of the beauty industry, this week’s plague of traditional femininity is the plight of the bridesmaids. Chatty invitations sent out of duty, “Will you be my bridesmaid,” service coercion to clean up around the venue, and walking down the aisle with a dog. Her one at the end probably doesn’t happen all that often in real life, but it was true, wasn’t it?
Jen is still dealing with the anxiety caused by putting She-Hulk’s date on the stand last week. As you call her), she hopes to attend the wedding. teeth It would be rude for a superhero to draw attention from an event. Realizing this, she readily agrees to spend the rest of the weekend (sorry, Wednesday and Thursday) as “Just Jen.” Cue title card!
This is a difficult one for Jen, with Titania showing up in an obvious bid to provoke her and Lulu not caring about her actually impressive achievements and instead her lack of love, which is her current sensitivity. It’s time to investigate a distinct area of . However, there is a cute guy at the wedding who is interested in Just Jen and thinks she is beautiful. Their awkward banter is adorable and perfectly played by Tatiana Maslany and Trevor Salter.
Unfortunately the romance was interrupted by Titania, fulfilling her promise that the animosity was not over. A few of She-Hulk’s sturdiness in her human form, as she takes Titania’s punches like a champ. Unfortunately, the human Jen isn’t as good at fighting (regardless of what she thinks). As such, she was forced to break her promise and change into her Hulk form. (She takes a minute, but “Oh, I forgot how to do it,” grumbles a gleefully drunk Jen.)
Titiana finally expresses her motives against Jenn. She’s annoyed (unsurprisingly) that She-Hulk is getting her attention and that our hero is getting her limelight “for what you don’t want.” resentful of She wants to prove, she thinks, that She-Hulk is not worth the hype. Instead, she takes one hard blow of hers and then trips her face first on her dance floor, shattering her veneer. Titania flees her wedding in shame.rivalry is probably yet It’s not over.
We haven’t forgotten our B story. It’s been a few episodes too late, but Renée Elise Goldsberry has finally stepped up as a series regular. process. She-Hulk It introduced someone who didn’t exist in the MCU yet.
Mallory and Nikki have no respect for Mr. Immortal, who, despite deputizing for him, would rather temporarily commit suicide than deal with the conflict. (“I’m a nice guy,” he insists. “I think this is the most thoughtful way to end a marriage.”) It was his jumping out of Mallory’s office window to face her judgment. Instead of doing it, it was very dark and very interesting. Probably the most ridiculous image in the series so far.
This side plot gives both women, especially Mr. Nicky, time to shine with Mr. Immortal’s unconventional approach to mediating with the eight exes. The storyline also leads us to Intelligentsia, a website “for nasty baby boys.” Malorie and Nikki looked into it after wrapping up the case and discovered an entire subthread on the site devoted to hating She-Hulk, all the way down to death threats. Nikki quickly ignores that advice and calls attention to it via her voicemail.
And just in time, a creepy stalker from the Science Lab who may or may not have ties to the Intelligentsia is watching Jen at the wedding and prepares yet another attack to steal Jen’s blood. It looks like we’ll finally get an answer next week about the mysterious robbery from a few episodes ago. Or maybe not, if Daredevil fakes pass by. She-Hulk!
There are many great Nikki moments in this episode, including “Killing fun people is double the sin.”
Super designer Luke made Jen’s rehearsal dinner dress and her bridesmaid dress. It’s a pretty drastic turn from where she was totally reluctant to work with her to providing her off-work outfits. Also, these dresses still look baggy and wrong on Just Jen.
Poor Jen was put in charge of ironing a groomsman’s shirt because it wrinkled while playing Mario Kart. (“Video games are now a sport. They air on ESPN and others.”)
“Walking On Broken Glass” may be an unconventional choice for a wedding dance floor montage, but Maslany’s drunken dance enriched my week.
Speaking of great needle drops, “The Electric Slide” is the perfect soundtrack for a wedding brawl. Thank you DJ InChedible Hulk.
Well, Jen hasn’t heard from Bruce for weeks, months, days. (“Call back, ya ding dong!”)
Jen: “Oh, I won fair and square. Get over it.” Titania: “I won’t get over anything!”
Drop in Patty Harrison Any Cinematic Universe, and she’s sure to shine. She was the perfect Lulu, but I especially liked her quick response and was delighted that She-Hulk was present at her wedding: “Fan! Wow! gigantic tits.
Users asking about the “next stage of the plan” to go after She-Hulk, not the Hulk King, hulk ring, as I first thought. I’m sorry to Young Avengers fans who, like me, were temporarily excited about Teddy Kaplan’s appearance.