She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Episode 6 Review - Jennifer Walters takes on Titania in this episode that doesn't outstay its welcome
The fourth epode title Just Jen has Jennifer Walters attending the birthday of her old high school friend Lulu, seeing this as an opportunity to finally be the center of attention, however, her dreams are crushed when Lulu asks her not to turn into She-Hulk at the wedding.
The episode takes the time to explore Walters's insecurities and her sad realization that people prefer She-Hulk to her, something she knew but never acknowledge.
But the episode like the show doesn't dwell on this too long and turns up the humor when Titania shows up to the wedding as a guest in order to challenge She-Hulk to a public showdown.
Jameela Jamil does a great job as Titania and you can sympathize with her, it was an interesting choice by Jessica Gao and her writers to portray the character like this and not her comic book version.
She-Hulk as a show is unique in the MCU as it is trying to set a sequel, spinoff, or plot elements for the next phase, it does acknowledge that there are larger things going on up doesnt dwell on it, and instead chooses to be a slice of life show.
And while I am sure She-Hulk will play a larger role in the future of the MCU, for now, this show focuses on Jennifer Walters and her everyday misadventures, and despite the criticism, the show is facing online is refreshing.
The episode does end up with the revelation that there is a group that is after Waters and her blood, most likely to create an army of Hulks, it would be icing on the cake and fit in with the nature of the show if it turns out to be Emil Blonsky aka Abomination and his cult.
But knowing how the MCU works it will most likely be a shadowy organization bent on world domination.
She-Hulk is currently streaming on Disney+