‘She-Hulk: Attorney At Law’ Episode 3: Recap And Ending, Explained – How Does Wong Help Emil Blonsky?

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In the previous episode of “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law,” Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) went from being fired by her old firm for being the She-Hulk to being hired by GLK&H for being the She-Hulk. That came with its pros and cons. The upside is that she got a swanky office and a fat salary. The downside to it is that she was tasked with representing Emil Blonsky/Abomination (Tim Roth), the guy who went to town on Bruce/Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), and almost decimated Harlem. After some careful consideration, Jennifer decided to represent Emil. However, that came with a complication of its own, i.e., the underground sparring match that Blonsky partook in with Wong (Benedict Wong).

Spoilers Ahead


Wong Is In The House

Jennifer rushes to the DODC’s (Department of Damage Control) high-security prison to talk to Blonsky about his prison escape and illegal fighting. Initially, he seems very aloof about it. But when Jennifer says that this can impact his parole, he pays more attention to her and explains how he was forced to get out of prison. In fact, he came back of his own free will. She asks him to reveal the identity of the person who forced him to escape. You know the answer to that. I know the answer to that. It’s the new Sorcerer Supreme of the Mystic Arts, Wong. However, getting to Wong isn’t the biggest problem. It’s dealing with the increasing media hype (and backlash) around the fact that the She-Hulk, cousin of the Hulk, is representing one of his enemies, i.e., the Abomination.

Back at the office, Holliway beckons Jennifer to look into a case involving Dennis (Drew Matthews). It turns out that he had been swindled by an Asgardian Light Elf who was pretending to be Megan Thee Stallion. Dennis refuses to let Jennifer handle the case, and Jennifer refuses to handle the case and wishes Pug (Josh Segarra) the best because he has to deal with him. Wong makes a stellar appearance and explains that he indeed broke Blonsky out of the prison because he needed to fight a worthy opponent as a part of his training to become the Sorcerer Supreme. He suggests sending him to the Mirror or the Shadow dimension to avoid the whole fiasco. He says he’s not going to erase everyone’s memories again, though, thereby referring to the events of “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” Jennifer tells him to just show up at the hearing and tell his side of the story.


Wong Puts In A Good Word For Emil Blonsky

Dennis reveals how much he has spent on the Light Elf to Pug. The Light Elf impersonates Dennis and tries to get Pug to drop the case. But Pug catches on, and he pushes the Light Elf away, who on her way out impersonates Pug and tries to tarnish his image by telling his co-workers that he gets a kick out of harassing women. Jennifer goes to Emil’s hearing in front of the panel, where they are joined by his seven soulmates. However, since one of the panel members is adamant about keeping Blonsky in prison because he broke out of there, the whole hearing hinges on Wong’s testimony. Since he is clearly occupied elsewhere, the hearing begins with Blonsky expressing how remorseful he feels and that he plans to go back into society and reside on land funded by his soulmates.

Blonsky is backed up by the staff in prison, who thank him for the facility’s literacy program, conducting guided meditation and yoga sessions for the prisoners, and saving a CO from a bad marriage. Finally, Wong shows up and starts to explain the meaning of a “kumite.” We briefly cut to Dennis’s case, which he apparently wins, before cutting back to Blonsky’s hearing. Wong tells the panel that Blonsky decided to come back to the prison even after he offered him asylum at the Kamar-Taj. To further prove that he’s a truly transformed person, Blonsky shows the panel that he can change into the Abomination and back again on command. That horrifies the panel, but it convinces Jennifer that he’s not some out-of-control monster but someone who is a responsible human being (with superpowers). When the panel turns to Wong for helping in a prisoner’s escape, he opens a portal and walks away from the accusation.


‘She-Hulk: Attorney at Law’ Episode 3: Ending Explained – There’s Someone Who Wants Jennifer’s Blood

Jennifer goes out for a drink with Nikki (Ginger Gonzaga). They are joined by Pug, who is clearly exhausted after dealing with his client, and when they say that Dennis is always deluded, Pug asks Jennifer if she can say that under oath. She promptly agrees and proceeds to describe him as self-absorbed, chauvinistic, and conceited. That helps Pug to make the point that Dennis is, in fact, not a smart man and really believed that he was dating the real Megan Thee Stallion. And the Light Elf used that to her benefit and caused him financial damage. The judge awards full damages to Dennis and sentences the Light Elf to 60 days of imprisonment for impersonating the judge. Megan Thee Stallion is seen sitting in the courtroom to pronounce that there can be only one of her. Blonsky’s parole is granted on the condition that he won’t transform into the Abomination, and he has to wear an inhibitor all the time.

While returning from an interview with the local news channel, Jennifer is attacked by a bunch of goons armed with Asgardian tools. Someone even tries to inject her with a syringe and extract her blood. But he fails because, as the She-Hulk, Jennifer’s skin is impenetrable. That basically confirms that there’s someone out there who has started to plot against her. In the mid-credits scene, Megan Thee Stallion, as herself, meets Jennifer as her client, and they both dance to “Body.”


See More: ‘She-Hulk: Attorney At Law’ Episode 4: Recap & Ending, Explained – Why Did Wong Need Jennifer’s Help?


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Pramit loves to write about movies, television shows, short films, and basically anything that emerges from the world of entertainment. He occasionally talks to people, and judges them on the basis of their love for Edgar Wright, Ryan Gosling, Keanu Reeves, and the best television series ever made, Dark.

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