She-Hulk: Lawyer at Law Recap: Independent Wedding Episode

Dragon House It wasn’t the only water cooler show featuring a wedding this week. The sixth episode of the program She-Hulk: Attorney at Law It was all about the institution of marriage. Jane has been taken out of the courtroom, where her co-workers have taken the law firm in her stead. Did you expect to see Matt Murdock? Do you think we’ll get an update about the Smart Hulk, or the hated? Maybe you’re at least hoping to get a glimpse of She-Hulk’s super suit? so sad! Our hero has a wedding to go to, and she will take us with her.

Jane is right: Weddings an act It tends to come at the most inopportune time. She’s on a bridesmaid assignment for her childhood friend named Lulu, performed by the incomparable Patty Harrison. Jen was already looking forward to attending the wedding as She-Hulk. What better way to impress people from high school and get away with blow-drying your hair, right? Unfortunately for her, Lulu immediately panicked and demanded that Jane not be overwhelmed by her being “a huge thing” on her big day. So there’s Jen, walking around in an original Luke Jacobson that makes her look like a flipper when in Just Jen form.

Lulu remains rude, ignoring Jane’s career achievements and then performing performatively consoling her for not having a “boy in her life”, when in fact Jane isn’t…really upset…then Titania arrives. Jane is convinced she is there to mess with her. Titania insists it is the guest date. Lulu calls Jane crazy because she thinks it’s all about her – and frankly, being paranoid that a villain has crashed at a formal event to attack her is the most classic thing Jane has done so far Strong woman. She just so happens to be right, but at the moment, the show is highlighting that girl’s psychological warfare that is just as effective as punching. Later in the episode, before another bridesmaid named Heather asks Jane to iron the groomsmen’s shirts, you can hear her telling the girls that ironing is “Jane’s job” and that she makes her do things like this all the time. I just had teenage memories that were so scary that they gave me goosebumps. No wonder Jane loves number one anti-bullying hero Steve Rogers so much. I was completely intimidated.

Oh, and there’s Josh! A handsome stranger approaches Jane when she goes to get some air at the rehearsal dinner. Am I wrong to be a little suspicious of Josh? It’s cute, cute and free. But Jane hasn’t learned the superhero lesson of staying vigil for those trying to get close to her yet, so I’m going to do it for her.

During the reception, Jen caught her watching Annie Lennox’s “Walking on Broken Glass” and then got drunk at the cash bar. She’s drunk calling her cousin Bruce, whom she hasn’t heard from for months, weeks, or days. I talked to Josh a little more. She vomits in a flower bed … and then Titania attacks her. Jane was at first too drunk to turn green. (I forgot how to do it!) Then I did and they took their fight to the dance floor, where DJ In-Ched-able Hulk expertly dropped the needle on the “electric slide.” Titania slips on ice cubes, not broken glass, breaks her shell, and runs away to avoid being photographed. We’ve briefly got more insights into why Titania hates the She-Hulk so much. She doesn’t seem to think Jane has done enough to earn her status as a potential public figure and superhero. It’s a little gateway and not an excuse for violence, but her argument kind of… makes sense? Jane did! She is a good person, but from an outside point of view, she is nothing but a complete nebo baby!

The legal aspect of this week Strong woman He is nearing the end of the marriage. Nikki is tasked with helping Mallory with Affair of the Week: Divorce Settlement with a Comic Book Twist. Craig Hollis, who prefers to be called Mr. Immortal, is a Marvel character (and founding member of the Great Lakes Avengers, screaming) performed by vice presidentDavid Pasquez. Mr. Immortal’s ex-wives and an ex-husband named Sebastian are suing him. Like the superhero Leonardo DiCaprio, this man has a habit of ending a relationship when his partners overtake him – but he does so by repeatedly faking his own death, suicide, and assuming a new nickname. Mallory notes that with so many cases of identity fraud and fraud, he should be in jail. The Immortal Master’s response is that he will Start Understanding women. Guys like to get off any critical thinking needed by claiming that the fairer sex is unknown, right? Nikki uses her excellent interpersonal skills to design a settlement for both spouses, and it’s over!

Later that night, Nikki spent some time with Miss Mallory. However, the semi-legal crush is DOA, because Mallory has a husband and an 11-year-old son. The two then browsed Intelligencia, the “for manbabies” website that told you about Mr. Immortal’s exemptions. Apparently some of the scariest sites on Reddit, 4Chan, or other worse sites I don’t know the names of because I want to sleep at night. Nikki noticed an entire section for members dedicated to She-Hulk, and after creating a fake profile, she stumbled upon dozens of posts organized by a user named #HulkKing about how to kill and “Cancel She-Hulk”. yes! Mallory tells Nikki not to show Jane’s “Cancel She-Hulk” page, but she did it anyway. I don “t think so She-Hulk: Attorney at Law It’s the kind of superhero show where a villain kidnaps a woman, but I’m a little worried about Nikki getting home safely after this potentially dangerous information is revealed. It’s also more than just a slight feeling that Mallory discouraged her from warning her best friend.

At least we know from the next and final scene that the invisible villains are likely too busy preparing for the next stage of their evil to capture Nikki. As Jane and Josh wake up from their shared fries, we turn away a bit to see that the scientists are keeping an eye on the two. Not only do they have surveillance footage of Jane at the wedding, proving that Titania’s appearance wasn’t the only “coincidence”, but a bunch of science charts and charts and a message from #HulkKing asking if the next stage is ready to go. A scientist takes the needle that the Wrecking Crew broke into the She-Hulk’s skin in a previous episode and replaces it with a new one. Double yes! There is a Big Bad lurking in the background of this fun legal show after all.

• In the Marvel comics, “Intelligence” is the name of the Super-Shreen group whose members include Modoc, Ulysses Claw, Dr. Dom … and Samuel Sterns, also known as the leader, played by Tim Blake Nelson in Incredible Hulk. Could it be the boss of the Wrecking Crew who literally came out for Jane’s blood? On Kevin Feige’s D23 song and dance, we learned that Nelson will play the leader again in the future Captain America: New World OrderIn Anthony Mackie’s play, Captain America will face Sam Wilson. I’m going to use some inference skills and make the call now, based on what we learned today and the title of the movie, Cap 4 It would be about the internet Nazis.

• Also, if we’re on the Boss Watch, Titania’s earrings literally say “Boss” in this episode.

• Mr. Immortal’s nickname when in a same-sex marriage is Arnie, which happens to be the first name of one of the first gay characters in Marvel Comics. Arnie Roth was first introduced in the 1980s as Steve Rogers’ childhood best friend who defended him against neighborhood bullies before Steve became Captain America. If this sounds familiar to you, it’s because some elements of Arnie’s back story were folded into the MCU take on Winter Soldier, aka Bucky Barnes. Barnes plays Sebastian Stan, who happens to be the first name of the Immortal Master, aka Arnie’s ex-husband, in Strong woman. Coincidence? Follow for more tinfoil hat tutorials! There are a number of fans who use Arnie as proof that MCU Bucky should be legally bisexual, so it’s not 100% unlikely that Strong woman The book wielded wisdom and they gave him a small nod.

• Another one of Mr. Immortal’s girlfriends, Baroness Cromwell, is a Marvel Comics nod as well. Lily Cromwell is sometimes called Baroness Blood and she is, you guessed it, a vampire.

• I know it’s annoying that Jane was not allowed to attend the wedding, and she was put to the cleaning And the ironing duty, And the She was partnered with a senile dog rather than a runner-up…but as far as we know, she didn’t have to organize or attend the bachelorette, shower, dress, or any other wedding events outside of the 48-hour see in this episode. That’s not a bad thing, bridesmaid! I’d rather wear some T-shirts than be in a group message with people I only know casually any day.

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