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She-Hulk Episode 3 Recap: To Wong - Fool, Thanks For Everything

Contains spoilers for "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" Episode 3

Another episode of "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law," another no-show by Titania (Jameela Jamil). At this point, we're not sure the purpose of her introduction in Episode 1 if it was going to be radio silence afterward, but here we are. Episode 3 picks back up with Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth) and his quest for parole. After Jennifer (Tatiana Maslany) berates him for breaking out of prison, we find out he was broken out by Wong (Benedict Wong). Jennifer then has a fun fourth wall break where she tells us the show isn't going to be cameo driven and proceeds to mention Emil, Wong, and Bruce (Mark Ruffalo).

Wong meets with Jennifer and admits he got Emil out of prison so he could practice fighting him in his training to become Sorcerer Supreme. While there is an unnecessary side story that involves Jennifer's old coworker Dennis Bukowski (Drew Matthews) being catfished by a shape-shifting Asgardian elf (into Megan Thee Stallion, nonetheless), the focus of Episode 3 is Emil and his Abomination rehabilitation, which draws a fun parallel to Bruce and Jennifer in their Hulk forms.

Emil has total control of Abomination

Wong reveals to Jennifer that he offered to hide out Emil in Karma-Taj, but says Emil wanted to pay his debt to society and return to his cell. The former supersoldier is determined to follow all the rules of his imprisonment, despite being given a way out in the world's best hiding spot. Upon learning this, Jennifer uses it in her case to grant Emil parole.

The parole board seems happy with the news, but they still question what happens when Abomination takes over Emil. He soon proves that it doesn't happen, as Emil is in total control of Abomination. He transforms into the green monster in his cell, but still speaks with Emil's soft voice. After being told to shrink back down, he does, proving to all those at the jail that Abomination really isn't a threat. With Bruce and Jennifer in total control of their Hulk selves, it makes sense that Emil would also be able to do the same for his alter ego.

The parole board is sold, and Emil is granted his freedom but is prohibited from transforming into the Abomination again. He's also forced to wear an inhibitor at all times, which will prevent him from doing so. Does this mean we'll never see Abomination again? Perhaps, but at least we know Emil is happy living his life with his seven wives.

When does She-Hulk Season 1, Episode 4 air?

The fourth episode of "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" Season 1 will premiere on September 8 at 4:00 a.m. EST. We're still waiting on getting some clarity regarding Titania, so it's possible she returns in Episode 4. But, we were betting on seeing her in Episodes 2 and 3, and that didn't pan out. Jameela Jamil is supposed to be a supporting star in "She-Hulk" so she needs to show up sooner rather than later, especially if Titania is the main villain.

When She-Hulk is jumped at the end of the episode, one of the men says their boss is going to be mad at them — presumably for not getting Jennifer's blood. It's entirely possible that this boss is Titania, but why she wants her blood remains to be seen. It's obvious Titania has superhuman strength based on what we saw in Episode 1 ("A Normal Amount of Rage"), but still may not be a match for She-Hulk.