I did find it a bit weird that when Holloway met Jen at the bar, asked her to "be Jen", once she reverted to normal form, she also instantly acted drunk.
Yes! She even said so. Here she is getting back up off the floor as her boss watches. This has been a running joke since Bruce first mentioned it in the first episode. (This isn't Holloway, though. It's her previous boss, right before he fires her.)Made sense to me, She-hulk metabolism vs. Jen's
Apparently Sorcerer Supreme Wong magically transported the Abomination to Macau so he could fight him in a cage match, then returned him to prison afterwards. It's possible the prison guards were not aware of this. During that scene, I got the impression this wasn't the first time and that outside of the matches the two of them were friendly.I never saw Shang-Chi so I had no idea that the Abomination was in that. So excuse me if I'm a bit confused about the timeline. Did Blonsky escape the prison after he spoke with Jen or did that happen before?
That was bothering me too, but not enough to look it up until you asked, lol. According to Wikipedia:It's probably been asked a billion times before but isn't a stallion a male horse? I don't follow Megan Thee Stallion's career so I don't know why she picked that name.
She adopted the stage name "Megan Thee Stallion" because she was called a "stallion" in adolescence due to her height (5 ft 10 in (178 cm)) and "thick" body frame; voluptuous and statuesque women in the Southern United States are colloquially called stallions.
Yvonne Craig was only 5' 4", so whatever they're into it probably goes way beyond that... I don't even want to think about it, lol. (Also they're too young to remember her as Batgirl.)How many guys clicking on She-Hulk's profile had a "green chick from Star Trek" fantasy going in their heads?
Aren't the Netflix Marvel shows linked to the 616 MCU through references to the Battle of New York?It's not clear yet whether this Daredevil (and Kingpin from Hawkeye) are the same from the Netflix series, and that that series took place in the 616 MCU, or if they are/were variants in a different universe.
Interesting, thank you! I had only googled California and LA. Apparently stories about DD in SF came out in 1972 and 2014. Those stories don't sync with what we've seen on Netflix, which may or may not be MCU cannon, but OK that's one way to explain it.Well, in the comics universe he spent some time living in San Francisco...
Thanks! This would more easily fit into the Netflix backstory, and mentioning those three words sure would have delighted all the courtroom drama nerds out there. But as mentioned above, Gao said they don't know how to write a courtroom show, and this may be a good example. I doubt they consciously avoided either explanation.He was appearing pro hac vice, due to the relative rarity of available lawyers specializing in superhero related matters.
They mentioned her in the Assembled video, but made it sound like she was mostly just involved with trying out She-Hulk sized versions of the wardrobe in real life, and also maybe did some blocking.Odd that they went through all that stuff about mo-cap and behind the scenes and never once mentioned the super-tall actor who played the stand in for She-Hulk. I wonder if maybe they didn't end up needing her very often.
See the trailer in my previous post, one page back. Clearly they had a lot of fun making this show, and that helped make the Assembled episode fun too.The Marvel Studios Assembled episode on She-Hulk dropped today. Haven't watched it yet, but I'll be curious to see what they say (they're usually pretty thorough, given they have an hour to play with).