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She-Hulk episode 3 fans react to Megan Thee Stallion twerking at GLK&H, Wong escaping arrest, Wrecking Crew debut, Asgard’s shapeshifting Elf & more

She-Hulk episode 3 fans react to Megan Thee Stallion twerking at GLK&H, Wong escaping arrest, Wrecking Crew debut, Asgard’s shapeshifting Elf & more

She-Hulk episode 3 kicks off with Jennifer Walters representing Abomination’s parole hearing but MCU fans are more interested in discussing Megan Thee Stallion’s twerking scene with She-Hulk. The third segment of the Disney Plus series also introduces Wong (Benedict Wong), the Sorcerer Supreme, revealing the reason behind Emil Blonsky’s (Tim Roth) prison escape shown in Shang-Chi. Meanwhile, a shape-shifting Elf from Asgard causes a ruckus with her impersonating abilities. Here’s a recap of sequences that’s got Marvel fans rejoicing on social media.

GLK&H’s Superhuman Law Division bags a new case in She-Hulk episode 3 and to Jen’s surprise, it’s from her obnoxious former colleague, Dennis (Drew Matthews). It gets better, the “Assistant District Attorney” got duped into thinking Megan Thee Stallion was his girlfriend while in fact, it was the Light Elf from New Asgard. Meanwhile, She-Hulk is caught up in the media circus due to Abomination’s case and while she hopes to see it die down after the parole hearing, Nikki reminds her to own her narrative before the media does it for her.

Jen breaks the fourth wall again to address Wong and other Marvel cameos but her message, “Just remember whose show this actually is” has struck a chord with She-Hulk fans. Speaking of whom, Nikki (Ginger Gonzaga) attempts to track Wong (Guess who has a profile on a LinkedIn-Esque social networking platform: The Sorcerer Supreme of Kamar-Taj).  On the other side, Pug (Josh Segarra) is tasked with Dennis’s case and attempts to get a grip on why his client would spend $175,000.

Pug also gets a taste of Light Elf’s abilities after the Asgardian shapeshifts into Dennis and tries to have the case dropped.  Over at Jen’s hearing with the parole board, the Attorney at Law struggles to make her case due to Wong’s delay. Fortunately, he arrives at the nick of time when the boards stress for an answer on Abomination’s breakout. Wong clarifies he broke out Blonsky to help in his training for the role of Sorcerer Supreme. But in the process, Wong himself has made a criminal offense but lucky for him, he gets to escape by opening an Inter-Dimensional Portal.

Dennis’ trial, fortunately, favors his argument after Jen as the witness convinces the Judge that her former colleague is dull-witted enough to think Megan Thee Stallion was indeed his girlfriend. Surprisingly, the scene also features the Rapper’s first appearance, as reported. The episode concludes with She-Hulk fighting off a group of thugs. But some fans were quick to realize the C-list villains are the Wrecking Crew (adapted from Marvel Comics). They attempt to get a sample of Jen’s Gamma Radiation blood but fail to do so though it seems like a foreshadowing for a more significant incident that She-Hulk will have to face by the end of season 1.

Jameela Jamil‘s Titania doesn’t appear in this episode but makes headlines in the news for her courtroom incident from episode 1. However, it looks like her Legal team will “make it go away”. And on a much lighter note, Thor gets another shoutout in a humorous setting when the Light-elf recites his famous line “Asgard is not a place it’s a people”. In addition, She-Hulk’s comic origin was referenced as well during her exit from the maximum security jail. A reporter can be heard saying, “Is there any truth to the rumors you got your powers from a Mafia hit gone wrong?”.

She-Hulk episode 4 will air on Disney Plus next Thursday.




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