She-Hulk Attorney at Law: Ribbit and Rip It – TV Review

TL;DR – Banter, Courtroom Fun, an Idiot Super, and a walk of shame, perfect  

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Disclosure – I paid for the Disney+ service that viewed this film.

Post-Credit Scene – There is no mid-credit scene

The Los Angeles skylight at sunrise.

She-Hulk Attorney at Law Review

Because we were away at PAX Australia last week, we are only just catching up with things now, so this will be a short mini-review of what I thought was a fantastic episode. Oops, spoilers. I thought it was a good episode.

So to set the scene, Jen (Tatiana Maslany) really likes the outfits that Luke Jacobson (Griffin Matthews) has been making for her that work, no matter if she is Jen or She-Hulk. However, this week, her boss Holden Holliway (Steve Coulter), is making her represent Leapfrog (Brandon Stanley), who claims that Jacobson’s outfit failed him. Now from here, we will be looking at the episode as a whole, so there will be some [SPOILERS] ahead.  

Come on, I’m Leapfrog. Image Credit: Disney+.

If there has been one major mistake, I think the show has made this season. It was teasing Daredevil (Charlie Cox) in that first trailer, especially considering where he landed in the overall season. But that is advertising, not the show itself. But now that we finally got there, I am glad we did. I liked the banter and chemistry that Jen and Matt had during the episode and the sort of mentoring role that he became. There were thematic throwbacks to the famous hallway fight from Daredevil and so quality legal banter, and if none of that worked, the image of Matt doing the walk of shame would have been enough.

However, while this is going on and concludes naturally, the episode keeps going, much to even the show’s surprise. Not only might this be the best 4th-wall break the show has done like they know what fridge-ing is. But the tone shift as you know something is about to go wrong makes every moment worse, and then that final reveal was a gut punch.

Daredevil does the walk of shame
Perfect. Image Credit: Disney+.

In the end, do we recommend She-Hulk Attorney at Law: Ribbit and Rip It? Yes, we do. I nailed everything it set out to do this week, and I can’t wait to see what comes next.       

By Brian MacNamara: You can follow Brian on Twitter Here, when he’s not chatting about Movies and TV, he’ll be talking about International Relations, or the Solar System.

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Credits –
All images were created by the cast, crew, and production companies of She-Hulk Attorney at Law
Directed by
– Kat Coiro
Written by – Cody Ziglar
Created by – Jessica Gao
Based OnShe-Hulk by Stan Lee & John Buscema
Production/Distribution Companies – Marvel Studios & Disney+
Starring – Tatiana Maslany, Josh Segarra, Ginger Gonzaga, Jon Bass, Griffin Matthews, Steve Coulter, Mark Linn-Baker, Tess Malis Kincaid, Brandon Stanley, Renée Elise Goldsberry & Charlie Cox with Trevor Salter, Si Chen, Vas Sanchez & Maliah Arrayah


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