Marvel Fans React to the Wild She-Hulk Finale

A wild, fourth wall-breaking She-Hulk finale has Marvel fans losing their minds.

Tatiana Maslany as She-Hulk in Marvel's She-Hulk: Attorney at Law
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This article contains spoilers for the finale of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

Whatever fans were expecting from the finale of Marvel’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, it’s fair to say those expectations were way off. After being banned from practicing law following the events of last week’s episode, Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) was fitted with an inhibitor and lost her job. She even had to move back in with her parents. But she was also determined to get to the bottom of the Intelligencia plot to humiliate and discredit her.

Colleagues Nikki (Ginger Gonzaga) and Pug (Josh Segarra) were soon on the case, infiltrating the cabal of internet trolls at Emil Blonsky’s retreat, where they had gathered to celebrate their victory over her. It was revealed that none other than Todd (Jon Bass), the gross dude who had popped up a few times and was clearly obsessed with Jen, had been behind it all. Unfortunately, things immediately got messy after Todd used his infusion of gamma blood to transform into a hulk, and Hulk himself (Mark Ruffalo) suddenly appeared and joined the fray, as did Titania (Jameela Jamil) for reasons.

Jen had had enough. Exasperated, she broke the fourth wall and brought us back to the Disney+ Marvel menu screen, where she was able to access the She-Hulk production via the studio’s behind the scenes Assembled titles. After having some strong words for the She-Hulk writers’ room, she then forced her way in to Kevin Feige’s office to confront him. But it turned out that Kevin was not exactly what we expected. In a Wizard of Oz-esque twist, Feige was revealed as K.E.V.I.N., an A.I. supercomputer managing the formula and algorithm of the MCU (complete with a baseball cap-topped design).

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At this point, Jen sat down and discussed all manner of meta bits and bobs with K.E.V.I.N., and convinced Marvel Studios to change the She-Hulk finale to be more focused on justice, and less on trashy CG smash spectacle. She also requested that Daredevil (Charlie Cox) return for it, and that Emil accept some accountability for breaking the rules of his parole. The Intelligencia blood plot was simply stricken from the record for being too rote a plot device. It was truly, truly some wild shit. Oh! And then Hulk really did return for a Walters family BBQ with his son Skaar in tow. There was such a lot going on; I almost forgot the part where they invested in more future Hulk content.

Here’s what fans had to say about what went down…