‘She-Hulk’ Episode 6 Recap: Just Jen the Wedding Crasher


Dear Loved Ones, we’re gathered here to celebrate She-Hulk (and Titania) busting up a wedding in Episode 6 of She-Hulk: Lawyerkeep streaming DisneyPlus now.

Here are ours Flashbacks to She-Hulk Episode 1, episode 2, episode 3, Episode 4 and episode 5. Now it’s time to take a look at the latest episode entitled Just Jen. This is a quiet week for cameos and Easter eggs, but watch out for spoilers!

The next outing is Episode 7, out September 29, with more coming every Thursday (here’s the full She-Hulk episode release schedule).

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The episode starts off with another fourth wall break, which points to the most annoying thing about the show, so that solves the problem. Episode 5 ended on a cliffhanger promising Daredevil’s return, and then Episode 6 turns out to be a self-contained wedding episode at an awkward time in the season. But okay, we’re going with you. Who doesn’t love a wedding?

Jens, it seems. Or at least, as with most things, she’s deeply ambivalent. She was hoping to dazzle all her old friends with how she kills it at work, plus she’s got great hair and real superpowers. But “Shulky” is banned from the wedding so as not to overshadow the bride (an old school friend who has never been mentioned before). And old friend Lulu isn’t interested in these multiple successful aspects of Jen’s life, instead regretting that Jen doesn’t have a man in her life.

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Which may change if Josh turns out to be a real decent guy and not a secret villain getting in on Shulky’s defenses. The encounter with Josh hopefully balances out confronting Titania again in a confrontation on the dance floor that ends with Titania slipping on ice and smashing her teeth. funny stuff

Immortal Beloved

In the B-story, back at the office, Mallory and Nikki work on a divorce case for one Craig Hollis, a comic book character who has the power of resurrection because she represents the next stage in human evolution. Despite being just an idiot on the show – Mr. Immortal should be called Mr. Avoidant as he would rather die literally than acknowledge another person’s feelings.

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Mr. Immortal is convinced he’s a nice guy, although he refuses to ever solve problems, instead destroying a number of spouses and families. This is another example of using superpowers to amplify and accentuate real human fears, flaws, and flaws.

It also suggests that superpowers are fairly common in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and not everyone gifted with extraordinary abilities becomes an Avenger. Apparently, with great responsibility comes great assholes.

The case leads Mallory and Nikki to Intelligencia, a “hateful manbabies website” that posts 24-hour driving videos and recreations of famous artworks. But upon closer inspection, they discover forums that hate She-Hulk, from memes to actual death threats.

Episode 6 post-credits scene

No post-credits scene this week either. But the final scene hints at a showdown to come: After the wrecking crew failed to get their hands on some of Jen’s blood because her hypodermic syringe couldn’t penetrate her skin, we see some nefarious lab techs preparing a larger needle – much larger.

She-Hulk Random Thoughts and Marvel Easter Eggs

  • Who hasn’t rocked out to Walking on Broken Glass by Annie Lennox?
  • Lulu is played by Patti Harrison, an actress and comedian who appeared on Shrill and I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson.
  • At first glance, Mr. Immortal’s reference to his first wife, “Baroness Cromwell,” might just sound like an old-fashioned name to indicate how long he’s been dragging his marriage scam through. But this is Marvel, and the name actually refers to a comic book character also known as Baroness Blood – because she was a vampire and servant of Dracula, first seen fighting British superhero Union Jack in 1998.
  • While fleeing Mallory and Nikki, Mr. Immortal crashes into a car with “Higman Security” written on it. Likely a reference sneaked in by Kyle Higman, the show’s art department coordinator, rather than a Marvel Easter egg.
  • Seriously, what’s the point of Ched?



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