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She-Hulk Episode 5 Review: A Flatline With A Spike In The End

She-Hulk Episode 5 Review: She-Hulk: Attorney At Law is back again with its 5th Episode titled “Mean, Green and Straight Poured into These Jeans” which starts off right from the ending of 4th Episode where Jen is sued with a lawsuit from Titania for unlawfully using the trademarked superhero name of “She-Hulk” for commercial purpose.

If you’re thinking about that this Episode had an epic fight between Jen and Titania after both, come in front of each other and start fighting each other crazily over a silly lawsuit, well then, you’re wrong.

The whole episode of 28 minutes does not have what we’ve been expecting instead it was a bit under the radar where we just saw Jen trying to live her life with whatever normal she can get but well, this isn’t working out for her right? Getting sued for a name she didn’t like in the first place.

Other from Jen, Nikki (her best friend) seems to be having a great time when she along with Augustus had a fun day where they shopped for some ‘Avengers’ style merchandise which leads them to a special superhero costume designer.

Back to Jen, she seems to have found herself another friend in the form of another lawyer that we’ve already seen. It’s Mallory Book, another lawyer at GLK&H who, at first seemed threatened by Jen’s arrival at the Superhuman Law Division.

  • She Hulk Attorney At Law Episode 1 Post Credit Scene Explained

This is the highlight of what the Episode consisted of. She-Hulk is getting a bit low on action, but we can safely assume that it will have that towards the end of the Episodes or maybe the next one since the ending of the Episode was quite good.

In the end, we see two major things, She-Hulk getting her own Superhero Costume & a Yellow Daredevil Helmet which maybe calls for Charlie Cox’s cameo in the upcoming Episodes or not.



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