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She-Hulk Episode 4 Recap: Blaze Of Glory

We're four episodes into "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law," and we've only seen Titania (Jameela Jamil) in the flesh once. We'd been guessing the villain — who showed up in the final scene of Episode 1 ("A Normal Amount of Rage") — was going to appear in the last three episodes, but instead, we got some questionable post-credits scenes.

Episode 4 loses its focus at times, unsure whether Donny Blaze (Rhys Coiro) or She-Hulk's (Tatiana Maslany) dating misadventures are its A story. Wong is heavily featured yet again, who has to clean up the mistakes of Blaze, a failed master of the mystic arts who brings demon bats into Earth-616. Wong procures Jen to be his lawyer and serves a cease and desist to Blaze for his use of actual magic. It's an interesting story but seems to serve as a way to keep Wong around and make Jen's job in the superhero law division worthwhile.

Jen also realizes she is much luckier in love — or lust — when she's in She-Hulk form. The matches roll in on her dating app, and she finds a swoony pediatric oncologist who spends the night with her in her green glory. Unfortunately, he's unimpressed with her human form, and their romance soon becomes a one-night stand.

So what was the importance of Episode 4 with these throwaway storylines? Where is this going? Is Madisynn the next character to get an unnecessary Disney+ spinoff? WHERE IS TITANIA?

Failed masters of the mystic arts are among us

The appearance of Donny Blaze in Episode 4 of "She-Hulk" brings an answer to a question no one was asking. But it doesn't mean it's an unnecessary question. What happens to those Karma-Taj residents who don't quite make the cut? Are they adopted out to loving families like german shepherds who fail their police training? No. They live on their own with questionable entourages and put on C-level magic shows. But these people are very real and live among the everyday citizen.

We learned in "Doctor Strange" that Jonathan Pangborn (Benjamin Bratt) left Karma-Taj after healing his paralysis, living an everyday life before Baron Mordo (Chiwetel Ejiofor) stripped him of his powers. Donny Blaze was the opposite, being booted from Karma-Taj for transporting kegs and fraternity brothers. We have to think that there are more Jonathans and Donnys around, and they are more dangerous than we realize. The low-budget magician proved just how threatening these former students can be. He can open portals to other dimensions, bringing demons into our world. He's also a grade-A d-bag who steals the Amazing Jonathan's jokes (re: making a bird appear).

When does She-Hulk Season 1, Episode 5 air?

The fifth episode of "She-Hulk" will debut on Disney+ on September 15 at 3 a.m. EST. The episode will mark the halfway-ish point for the series, which will run for nine episodes. We're (almost) certain at this point that Titania will make her grand reappearance, where she'll likely go up against Jen Walters in court.

The final scene of Episode 4 shows Jenn being served papers for using the trademarked name, She-Hulk. It turns out Titania trademarked this name, meaning Jen has been using it illegally. Despite not giving herself the name and even complaining about its originality, Jen is She-Hulk, and now she will pay for it. But is this a ploy by Titania? There's no way she could have known a female Hulk was about to be created and trademarked the name ahead of time. She did this after her new foe made headlines, and she wanted to profit off it.

Titania is a superpowered individual, although we don't know the extent of those powers other than super strength. We're hoping to see another battle between the two women, but it might not happen in Episode 5. Hopefully, we get a better idea of Titania's motives, and we suspect it's not the first time she's pulled something like this.