There is the Deadpool-style fourth-wall break, then there is this (spoilers ahead)
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has now ended, well at least it’s first season ended. Because the show made it clear that there will be more to come. We got to know that when Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) hated the ending they were going with and barged her way into Marvel Studios to demand an alternate ending. This was truly a finale unlike any other for an MCU project.
She-Hulk Episode 9 Events
Episode 9 starts with a parody of the classic The Incredible Hulk TV series, where Jen says, “Don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.” They then focus on Intelligencia, the group of online trolls who are trying to tear down She-Hulk. We even see a title card that reads “The Savage She-Hulk.” For those who are not familiar, that is the name of the debut comic book of the character.
We then see Walters being detained with Bruce Banner’s inhibitor so that she cannot transform. She is now similar to her client, the Abomination. The inhibitors being used seems to hint that Walters and her green cousin are mutants.
The episode also has a callback to a classic Marvel villain named Mandrill. He is a mutant who possesses the ability to mind control using pheromones. He is famous for his misogynistic attitude, and is an enemy of Walters in the comics.
The main villain is revealed at the end. He’s no super-powered individual, but just Todd, who Walters went on a date with. Fast forward to a family brunch, and we see the return or Daredevil and even the Hulk. Hulk reveals he went to Sakaar and introduces his son Skaar. Due to the time lapse in the planet, Skaar is likely much older, although his human form was not shown. This indicates that we might see a Young Avengers show in the future.
What did you think of the She-Hulk finale?