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The TV Thieves' Debate In She-Hulk Episode 8 Explained

There is no denying that every entry from the Certifed Fresh first season of the Disney+ series "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" has gotten the attention of fans for several reasons, and it's not surprising considering all that happens in every entry of the fourth-wall-breaking superhero workplace comedy. Whether it's the She-Hulk (Tatiana Maslany) action, exciting Easter eggs, or visually stunning end credits sequences, fans arguably can't seem to get enough of everything that goes down in each installment.

But while things like the return of Daredevil (Charlie Cox) and Emil Blonsky's (Tim Roth) support group may be easy to comprehend the first time around, there could possibly be other events in the series that could have viewers scratching their heads in confusion. One occurrence that might fit these criteria is the discussion the robbers are having in the opening moments of Season 1, Episode 8 ("Ribbit and Rip It"). The two men are seen loading a stolen smart TV into a sketchy van at night outside of a closed department store. Robber #1 (Anthony S. Goolsby) asks, "Is this OLED or QLED? My online research tells me OLED is better for color resolution and picture quality." Before the conversation could go into more depth about the difference between the two, Leap-Frog jumps in to stop the flat-screen burglars, failing to the point of setting himself on fire. So what are the differences between the aforementioned formats?

OLED vs. QLED breakdown in a nutshell

According to Techradar, the differences are noticeable, and the consumer's needs will determine which one is the right pick. OLED, which stands for organic light-emitting diodes, requires less power consumption than QLED. The picture quality offers many benefits, including highly saturated colors and wide viewing angles, while boasting an impressive refresh rate, so everything plays out smoothly, looking stunning in the process. The format, which isn't cheap, is an excellent choice for members of the gaming community and is a great option for movie night. Brands like Sony, Panasonic, LG, and Vizio support the OLED movement.

QLED, which stands for quantum dot light-emitting diode, is basically an improved version of old LCD technology that simply enhances the color and the contrast of the picture quality with its quantum dot color filter. It offers a brighter picture on an assortment of screen sizes that will effectively last longer and cost less. Samsung is one of the outfits that proudly stands behind the QLED revolution. 

They both have their pros and cons, but there's no denying that fans will enjoy watching "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" on either one. While there are many differences between the two, the one thing that everyone can agree on is that nobody should be stealing flat-screen TVs in either format. No matter how exceptional the picture looks, it isn't worth getting arrested or watching a pathetic man in a toad suit set himself on fire.