If there's anything that separates the series from all other titles in the MCU other than breaking the fourth wall, it's that it has a solid conclusion of what happened in the end. Here's the finale of She-Hulk: Attorney At Law explained.
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She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Finale Ending Explained
A quick recap of everything that happened in the finale of She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, Whose Show Is This, Jen lost her job and became a ridicule to the public eye as following her rage quit after the Intelligencia tarnished her name and pushed her anger to its limits.
Also, HulkKing isn't Josh, it's Todd, and he actually created the Intelligencia site. Anyway, as the fiasco brings in characters who previously appeared in other episodes such as Titania, Hulk, and a big brawl is about to happen, Jen decides to take the matter into her own hands.
The biggest breaking of the fourth wall in, well, possibly the entire history of breaking the fourth wall, happens as Jen goes through the Disney+ shows panel on Marvel and jumps in through the Marvel's Assembled window.
There, she walks through Disney's compound and crashes into the writer's room for She-Hulk demanding a different ending because really, it's too cliché. One of the writers revealed that Kevin is the one who decides everything.
Stubborn, Jen looks for Kevin and while everyone is expecting Feige, it turns out to be an AI brain called KEVIN, "Knowledge Enhanced Visual Interconnectivity Nexus."
Jen negotiates the ending taking out these parts: Todd getting her blood and injecting it, Hulk appearing out of nowhere after his trip to space, and Blonsky being accountable for his actions.
Also, Jen wants it in broad daylight, not at night, and Daredevil appearing wouldn't hurt, too. In the end, Jen gets all her wishes as Todd is apprehended, Blonsky is going back to prison for violating his parole, and Daredevil arrives, while Titania just films it all.
Matt gets his "getting to know the family" at a lunch out and Hulk unexpectedly arrives introducing his son, Skaar. Surprise, everyone, the family is literally growing.
Jen allows an interview and vows to look out for those in need, both as a lawyer and as a superhero, just like what Matt told her, just as how she wants She-Hulk: Attorney At Law series to end, or at least its first season.
Yes, it all ended a closure on Jen's problems as she got everything she wanted but it also opens for the exploration of new things like Hulk having a son, Skaar, She-Hulk and Daredevil ending up together, and a set-up on the future of Jen as She-Hulk.
Check out the finale of She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, now streaming on Disney Plus.