She-Hulk Episode 5 Fans React to Titania vs. Jen Walters Court Battle, Daredevil’s Yellow Helmet, X-Men and Fantastic Four Easter Egg, and More


She-Hulk Episode 5 may have been a little disappointing for Daredevil fans who were expecting to see Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox). But it wasn’t a complete disappointment as the ending offered viewers breadcrumb trail with a teasing glimpse of the yellow helmet worn by the devil of Hell’s Kitchen. Although the fifth episode doesn’t include a post-credits gag, the animated closing credits do contain a surprising Easter egg referencing the X-Men, Fantastic Four, and Deadpool. Here is a recap of the highlights of the fifth chapter.

In episode 5 of She-Hulk entitled “Mean, Green and Versed Straight into These Jeans”, Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) is forced to take legal action for identifying himself as She-Hulk, the name trademarked by Titania. As Jen tries to ignore the case, Holden Holliway (Steve Coulter) worried that this would damage GLK&H’s brand image, especially the Superhuman Law Division, and took the She-Hulk case to Mallory Book (Renee Elise Goldsberry), as revealed in the preview clip. Meanwhile, Titania (Jameela Jamil) has already launched a luxurious new line of skincare, beauty and wellness products using the name.

Nikki (Gonzaga with ginger) returns once again for She-Hulk by finding a costume designer for his superhuman-sized physique, with a little help from Pug’s (Josh Segarra) drip broker. Pug and Nikki’s humorous dynamic was definitely the highlight of She-Hulk Episode 5.

After bribing their way (buying a pair of Avongers t-shirts and a matching hat) to find the “exclusive” superhero costume designer, Luke – Nikki convinces him to produce a costume that suits both Jennifer and to She-Hulk for the potential Avenger. At GLK&H, She-Hulk faces an awkward encounter with one of her Matcher’s app dates, Todd (Jon Bass). Her creepy prying personality may be due to deeper motives at play. Readers can check out fan reactions below.

According to the credits, Bass’ character was also described as “Hulk-Todd”. Perhaps his interest in She-Hulk as a “specimen” could be related to the gang of criminals who tried to obtain Jen’s beamed DNA in Episode 3. Additionally, there’s also speculation. that this could be the first hint of Marvel’s set-up. the Intelligencia, a set of villains that serves no purpose in Marvel Comics.

On the plus side, meeting Todd helps She-Hulk realize that she has identified herself as his alias on the dating app and is calling on her dates to testify. Along with dealing with courtroom embarrassment, the case turns in her favor, leading Jen to find a new friend in Mallory.

At Luke’s superhero fashion store, She-Hulk finally dons her superhero suit and costume, though viewers will have to wait until Episode 6 to see her in the new outfit. Nonetheless, the fifth episode ends with a tease at Daredevil, revealing his yellow armored headgear. Sadly, this seems to confirm that the MCU’s version of Daredevil won’t feature Melvin Potter as Matt Murdock’s costume designer, as established in the Netflix series.

She-Hulk Episode 5 excludes the post-credits scene but gives a nod to Marvel heroes yet to be introduced like Cyclops from the X-Men, Ben Grimm/The Thing from the Fantastic Four, and Deadpool like Easter eggs, in the form of Pug’s sneaker collection. This is the second time the Disney Plus series has addressed Mutants after Episode 2’s Wolverine Clue. It remains to be seen what more She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has to offer before the series ends. season 1, but stay tuned for more on the expansion of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.


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