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First Report: ‘She-Hulk’ Episode Titles Revealed!

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As we’re just days away from the official release of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, we here at The Cosmic Circus know how the anticipation is building. Every trailer, still, and snippets of information are sought after to help build a more complete picture of what to expect in the Marvel Cinematic Universe over the next nine weeks. 

A recent theory from Ayla Ruby indicates that a musical episode may be coming in She-Hulk, which makes a lot of sense with what Alex Perez reported back in March about Megan Thee Stallion appearing in the legal comedy show on Disney+. While we may not have more evidence hinting toward the musical episode at this time, some very reliable information came across my desk revealing the title of all nine episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.

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She-Hulk: Attorney At Law episode titles

Before we dive into the big reveal, I just want to point out that while we believe we have the nine titles of the series, we cannot confirm the order in which they come. However, we believe that the order we have listed below is correct. 

    • Episode 1: Whose Show is This
    • Episode 2: The Retreat
    • Episode 3: The People v. Emil Blonsky
    • Episode 4: Superhuman Law
    • Episode 5: Ribbit and Rip It
    • Episode 6: Mean, Green, and Straight Poured Into These Jeans
    • Episode 7: Just Jen
    • Episode 8: Is this Not Real Magic?
    • Episode 9: A Normal Amount of Rage

Starting off the bunch is ‘Whose Show is This’ which funnily lines up with a line seen in the newest promotional video for the series. In a video posted to She-Hulk’s Twitter account, Tatiana Maslany as Jennifer Walter exclaims “Just remember whose show this is” while appearing human. Take a look.

I think the title is funny for episode one as well, especially if it’s the episode where Jennifer and Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) are together on the island training. Even though Bruce features in a few episodes, Jennifer wants to remind viewers who is actually the star.

We also know that the third episode features the court case of Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth), with Jennifer Walters representing him. It also seems like this is the episode where Jennifer and Titania (Jameela Jamil) fight in the courtroom, destroying walls and causing havoc. So it makes logical sense that ‘The People v. Emil Blonsky’ would be the name of the third episode.

Drawing some other conclusions from the She-Hulk episode titles

A few of the titles center around law terms or ideas, which is to be expected from Marvel Studios’ first half-an-hour law comedy. But a few of the other episode titles definitely give some hints about what’s to come. ‘Ribbit and Rip it” seems a likely episode for Frog-Man to appear in, previously confirmed by EIC Lizzie Hill back in May. How he factors into the show is still to be seen, but Vin provided a pretty awesome theory, check it out here!

‘Is This Not Real Magic?’ is also super interesting, especially knowing that Wong (Benedict Wong) is in She-Hulk. It’s possible that this episode could feature a court case against Wong, who has to prove the difference between real and fake magic. Perhaps it involves Donny Blaze and his poster spotted in the trailer. That name sounds incredibly fake and very much like magicians and illusionists that I grew up seeing on television. Could Blaze be faking magic, or messing with magic he is not trained for? I think it’s a good guess.

‘Just Jen’ feels like it could be either a flashback episode to her life prior to becoming She-Hulk, or an episode focused on Jennifer’s ambivalence towards being a superhero. Following the Marvel Studios’ pattern though, the flashback episode is usually the penultimate episode, so it’s unclear if they are changing their pattern. But it seems like an exploration of Jennifer the human is coming.

‘A Normal Amount of Rage’ is a cute callback to the scene from the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law trailer where Bruce wakes her up with the air horn. A simple callback is always appreciated, but as a season one finale, it may have a different meaning. I think it’s likely that the title hints at an embracing of She-Hulk by Jennifer, as well as where she exhibits the most control of her new abilities.


Final Thoughts

So like we stated before, it’s possible that the titles are out of order, however the titles themselves we strongly believe to be correct. Now that we have the episode titles, what are your thoughts? Are there any of the titles that you’re most excited to see? I’m ready for any episode that gives me more Daredevil (Charlie Cox).

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law arrives on Disney+ on August 18 with its first episode. Let us know your thoughts over on Twitter! And if you haven’t checked it out already, check out Vin’s spectacular She-Hulk Reading Guides, to prepare for the show’s arrival!

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