Every She-Hulk post-credit scene so far, explained


As per usual for the MCU, She-Hulk has plenty of post-credit scenes. But how many are there, and what are they about? Spoilers for She-Hulk ahead…

The MCU is filled with post-credit stings, and their newest Disney+ show – She-Hulk: Attorney at Law – is no different.

She-Hulk follows Jenn Walters (Tatiana Maslany), a lawyer who also happens to be a hulk, as she attempts to survive the courtroom, her dating life, and those who keep trying to attack her.

Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are always excited to watch and discuss the post-credit scenes, as they often hint at the future of the franchise. And be they cameo and Easter Egg-infused, or simply a funny scene to close off the episode, She-Hulk has plenty of post-credit scenes to enjoy. And now that the first season is over, we can discuss these post-credit scenes in their entirety.

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How many post-credit scene does She-Hulk have?

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has one post-credit scene per episode for the first four episodes. The next four episodes do not have a post-credits scene.

Each scene happens midway through the credits. Specifically, they play out after the illustrated parts of the credits, which are all drawn in classic courtroom art style to fit the show’s setting.

The number of post-credit scenes may change in the series’ future, but until then, let’s discuss what happens in each scene.

Episode 1: Captain America’s virginity

She-Hulk’s first post-credit sting is certainly memorable. The scene involves Jenn and Bruce – AKA Smart Hulk – at a bar that Bruce and Tony built, discussing theories about the late Avenger, Captain America. Specifically, about his sex life. This is actually a continuation from one of the opening moments in the episode, which shows the pair going back and forth about it.

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Jenn is adamant that between fighting in the war, being frozen for years, and then being an Avenger, Steve Rogers never had time to lose his virginity. She’s actually sad about it, saying, “Did you see that ass? That ass did not deserve to die a virgin.”

Unable to put up with her drunken rambling, Bruce eventually reveals that Steve actually lost his v-card to a girl in 1943 on the USO tour.

But turns out that acting drunk and sad was a ploy by Jenn to get this information from Bruce, and as soon as the truth comes out, she gleefully states that she “knew it.” Overjoyed, she yells out, “Captain America FU-” and the credits continue.

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She-Hulk asks: Captain America, Chad or virgin?

Episode 2: Being a She-Hulk has its perks, and problems

Episode 2’s post-credit sting is more of a fun little montage, and probably nothing more in the grand scheme of the MCU.

The scene has Jenn, in She-Hulk form, helping her family out with multiple chores. This includes lifting a car so they can fix a wheel, putting up a TV, and carrying heavy water bottles into the house. She does all of this with a slight sense of annoyance, while her family buzz around her making comments.

We can see her doing more chores in the illustrated version of the credits, including lifting up a fridge so her mom can clean underneath it. Keep an eye on these illustrations by the way, as they change every episode. In fact, next week’s illustrations features a cameo that we won’t spoil just yet…

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Episode 3: She-Hulk twerks with Megan Thee Stallion

One thing you need to know prior to this post-credits scene, is that Megan Thee Stallion cameos significantly in this episode, after a shapeshifting Asgardian pretended to be her to con one of Jenn’s colleagues, leading to a trial.

But after that court case is settled, the rapper pops up again. In the episode’s post-credits scene, it is revealed that the rapper has signed on with Jenn as a client, her “new favorite client” to be exact.

The pair then proceed to dance to Body, one of Megan’s songs. Twerking is not something we ever expected to see in a Marvel show, but it certainly is a funny moment. Especially when She-Hulk says in a fan frenzy, “I will kill for you, Megan Thee Stallion,” and the rapper tells her to “dial it back.”

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Episode 4: Wong and The Sopranos

Episode 4’s post-credit scene features Wong (Benedict Wong) and Madisynn (Patty Guggenheim), two unlikely friends, binging The Sopranos and eating junk food together at Wong’s home.

Madisynn has been a fun character throughout the episode. As a stereotypical valley party girl, she appears at new character Donny Blaze’s magic show, gets put through a portal with demons, testifies in court against Donny, and accidently spoils the Sopranos for Wong, who had been watching it.

Madisynn begins asking about the alcoholic drinks that Wong has had in the past, and he reveals that his favorite is a gin and tonic, to which Madisynn joyfully goes “Wongerrz! I don’t know if they do bottomless gin and tonic but we will find it.”

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Wong is clearly a man of good taste, judging by his drink and TV show choices.

He also states that he’s had vodka and yak milk, to which he says, “never again.” Madisynn then asks if he has any of it left, showing that the party girl is definitely down for trying it.

Episode 5: No stint, just a tease

Episode 5 does not have a post-credits scene, but if you watch the final scene of the episode, you can clearly spot that a certain character is being teased

Episode 6: No post-credit scene

Once again, this episode lacks a fun after-credits moment, but that may be due to what the final moments of the episode tease, which looks to be a very worrying situation for She-Hulk…

Episode 7: Will we get a post-credit scene again?

Alas, no post-credit scene for this episode either. It’s too busy having another very ominous ending, which would have likely been undercut by any humorous stint. So no Captain America virgin jokes here.

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Episode 8: Doesn’t seem like it

As the action and tension ramps up, seem like there’s enough to keep an audience hooked without a post-credits scene. Hopefully we get one more though before the season ends!

Episode 9: Wong returns, as do post-credit scenes

The final episode of She-Hulk’s first season at last brings back the post-credit scenes. This one is relatively simple and quick, but it’s still fun to watch.

During this episode, we find out that Blonksy (Tim Roth) had actually been transforming into the Abomination the whole time that he had been released from Prison, despite being forbidden to do so. This inevitably lands him back in prison, but he doesn’t stay there for very long, as Wong appears through a portal yet again, to take Blonsky to some unknown location.

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This scene makes you wonder if the Abomination had been forcibly removed from his cage by Wong or not during all those times that he’d gotten out before, as Blonksy was very willing to go this time, even reprimanding Wong for taking so long to get him. Perhaps this scene is more of a hint to Blonksy’s darker nature. For example, he asks about Wi-Fi, which makes a stark difference from his character in episode 7.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Season 1 is currently available to stream in its entirety on Disney+.