In Marvel Studios’ “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law,” Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany)—an attorney specializing in superhuman-oriented legal cases—must navigate the complicated life of a single, 30-something who also happens to be a green 6-foot-7-inch superpowered hulk. The nine-episode comedy series welcomes a host of MCU vets, including Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner/Hulk, Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky/Abomination, and Benedict Wong as Wong, as well as Jameela Jamil, Josh Segarra, Ginger Gonzaga, Jon Bass and Renée Elise Goldsberry. We analyze the first two episodes, chatting about what worked, what didn’t, and the state of Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 4. After listening to the episode, we’d love to hear from you! Post your comments below detailing your experiences with the topic listed above or leave us feedback on what you thought of the show.
00:00 – Intro
00:18 – Greetings!
01:00 – Russ gives Steve a present
04:17 – Being introduced to She-Hulk
08:25 – Is She-Hulk portrayed as a Mary Sue?
20:30 – Hulk “mansplaining” VS intentional foreshadowing
34:26 – The show explores new forms of conflict
37:55 – Tim Roth
41:20 – End Credits & post credit scenes
47:12 – Smart Hulk is boring; we miss Angry Hulk
52:13 – VFX
55:11 – Concluding thoughts