The third episode of She-Hulk: Attorney At Law has been released on Disney+. It was quite an exciting episode. If you haven’t watched it yet then go right now as we will be giving some spoilers. Megan Thee Stallion makes an appearance in the episode but in the funniest and weirdest way possible.
In this episode, She-Hulk was called to Holliway’s office for a new case. Turns out her client is Dennis. He is the sexist delusional guy who worked with Jen at the District Attorney’s Office. Obviously, Jen turns the case down. Instead, it gets assigned to Pug who is another lawyer in the Superhuman division. Even this scene shows him hitting on Mallory Book, a female lawyer at the firm and creeping her out with his advances.
Basically, Dennis has been defrauded for 175,000$ by his then-girlfriend. Why is this case in the Superhuman law division you ask? Well, he was actually dating an Asgardian light elf who shapeshifted as Megan Thee Stallion and fooled him. His delusion and narcissism are clear as day here. Nevertheless, Pug takes on the case and it goes to court. The defence moves to dismiss all charges but the motion gets denied. However, by the looks of it, the judge returns in a few minutes and throws away the case in light of some new evidence. As it turns out, the elf Runa was simply impersonating the judge and thus simultaneously also incriminating herself.
Eventually the case came to an end when Jen testified for Dennis and basically called him an entitled dirtbag. Dennis was compensated with the exact amount that he had lost and Runa was sentenced to prison for 60 days as she impersonated a judge. This is when Megan Thee Stallion the famous rapper enters in her signature fashion with her quirk and sass saying that there’s only one of her and she’s the real deal.
We already know by now that every She-Hulk episode will have a post credits scene. So, this one was no different. In the post credits, we see Jen Walters as She-Hulk signing papers with the real Megan Thee Stallion in her office at the GLK and H firm. The papers are most likely to take on Megan Thee Stallion as a client. She-Hulk enters her office exclaiming that she’s meeting with her new favorite client. This is no surprise considering her other clients are crazy superpowered villains who claim to have been rehabilitated. Megan too reciprocates the sentiment. She says that She-Hulk is the most fun lawyer she’s ever had.
Then in quintessential She-Hulk fashion, the two of them twerk to some music and let loose. This definitely fits right in with the fun and lighthearted theme of the show. This scene also puts two pretty powerful women in the same shot and makes them bond in the silliest way possible.
This has been a concern for several fans. Right after the second episode, fans noticed that there were a bit too many easter eggs and cameos. While these scenes were fun callbacks and nostalgic initially they soon became a little too much. The constant cameos essentially stopped the growth of She-Hulk and the show. It was instead becoming a way to set up future projects or give some closure to fans. However, with She-Hulk breaking the fourth wall, Jen Walters perfectly addressed the issue in this episode. She claims that She-Hulk isn’t just some cameo every week kind of show. Jen also reminds fans who’s show it really is.