The She-Hulk season finale starts with the Marvel Studios intro but then cuts it off for a different opening. The episode opens in the same way as the 1980s The Incredible Hulk TV series. This includes the 4:3 aspect ratio, old computer hardware, the 80s soundtrack, and retro narration.
After that retro prologue, Jen (Tatiana Maslany) awakens in human form in a prison cell that once held Blonsky. Her co-workers confront her about how Jen handled her anger. They inform Jen that she’ll only be able to leave prison if she takes a plea deal and has her Hulk state monitored with an ankle tracker.
Jen goes to the law firm to pack up her stuff. Her co-workers help her with her stuff and try to support her after being let go from the firm. The next day, Jen flips through TV channels that can’t stop talking about She-Hulk.
After being hounded by the press, Jen realizes she can’t stay at her current place. Her family offers to house her and it’s an offer she seems to accept reluctantly. Much later, Jen cleans out her home and moves back into her childhood home.
Days later in the She-Hulk season finale, Jen and Nikki (Ginger Gonzaga) track down the Intelligencia with their conspiracy board. They believe they are getting close. Nikki is hoping Jen will smash them but Jen insists that she wants to sue them for their many violations.
After Jen is embarrassed by her mother when she shows a college video of her daughter being silly, she is shown footage from a news show. Dennis Bukowski is being interviewed and speaking openly about his time dating She-Hulk. He describes her as being a psycho even before she got her superpowers.
Feeling enraged, Jen retreats to her childhood room. After shouting down her mother, Jen vows to never be She-Hulk again. Jen then addresses the camera and stops the narrator from starting up again.
Desperate for someone to understand her, Jen messages Emil (Tim Roth). With Emil being invited, Jen decides to take off for Blonsky’s resort. She reasons to the camera that this is a mental health day.
At the law firm office, Nikki is posting the college video of Jen on Intelligencia. After praying for forgiveness from Jen, Nikki successfully makes it into the group and is accepted by the site’s manager Hulk King. She is then invited to a private gathering and decides to bring Pug (Josh Segarra) as a backup.
Nikki and Pug drive to the meetup and Nikki instructs Pug on how to blend in with these online trolls. He enters the event space of a barn with many men mingling and talking about how much they hate She-Hulk. Pug listens to Nikki’s instructions via an earpiece.
While engaging in conversation, Pug discovers that Todd (Jon Bass) is at the event. Todd is excited that Pug has come over to his side. As Nikki struggles to find a decent signal to listen in, Todd makes his rant about how She-Hulk doesn’t deserve anything.
Pug attempts to be just as into it with Nikki’s coaching. When Pug asks how Todd got involved, Todd reveals he is Hulk King, the one who created Intelligencia. Just as Nikki learns this info, she loses the signal on her phone, just as Todd gets up on a stage to rile up the crowd.
At Emil’s estate, Jen gets a late-night snack in the kitchen. He is approached by one of the other visitors who try to strike up a conversation. Jen, however, would rather talk to Emil and decides to go find him.
Back at the Intelligencia meetup in the She-Hulk season finale, Todd introduces their big guest, Abomination (Tim Roth). Dressed in clothes, Emil as The Abomination enters the room to cheer from the crowd. He speaks like a motivational speaker about everyone meeting their goals.
Jen enters the barn to make the horrible discovery of Intelligencia. Emil is surprised and tries to argue he’s only doing this for profit. Before Jen gets an answer, Nikki busts into the event as well.
Pug reveals to Jen that Todd was Hulk King. Todd brings up how Jen was manipulated by Josh who took some of Jen’s blood. Todd then reveals that he’s created a serum that will transform him into a Hulk.
After injecting himself with Jen’s blood, Todd transforms into a green monster similar to the Hulk. As he transforms, Jen briefly addresses the camera and says this can’t be where this season is going. It only gets messier when Titania shows up.
Todd attempts to start a fight but Emil saves her. Bruce Banner then arrives in his Hulk form to save the day as well. Emil tries to argue he’s trying to help Jen, but Bruce starts punching immediately.
Jen finds herself confused by all these colliding storylines. She breaks the fourth wall to ask if this is working for anybody else. Before she finishes that question, the screen changes to the Marvel section of Disney+.
Jen then bursts through the She-Hulk thumbnail and says a menu will not stop her. She looks at the options and selects Assembled, the Marvel Studios’ behind-the-scenes series. She crawls down the menu and breaks into the thumbnail.
After landing on a set in her Hulk form, Jen walks around the backlot of Disney and finds the She-Hulk production area. She enters the writing room with all the writers assembled. Jen then angrily questions why the writers didn’t give her a good finale.
The writers insist that this is the story that Kevin wants. Jen demands to speak with Kevin, but the writer says that’s impossible. Not accepting this answer, Jen seeks out Kevin in his office.
After signing an NDA, security attempts to remove Jen. A fight takes place in a hallway as Jen just strolls past the guards. After immobilizing all the guards, she enters Kevin’s secret office.
Jen enters into a room with TV screens where she discovers Kevin is a robot, his name is short for Knowledge Enhanced Visual Interconnectivity Nexus. Kevin says he will only talk to Jen if she is not in her Hulk form. His reasoning is that she is too expensive to keep on screen like this.
After Jen goes to her human form, Kevin explains that he creates near-perfect projects. Jen, however, argues that her show should be different. She then attempts to make her case for a better ending and Kevin allows it.
Jen proceeds to explain how the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become too predictable. Kevin is intrigued and asks Jen what new ending she wants. Jen starts listing characters who shouldn’t be there, removing Emil, Todd, and Bruce.
After requesting Daredevil return for this episode, Jen starts bringing up more issues with the MCU. She sits down and starts talking about how too many superheroes have daddy issues. Kevin starts feeling overwhelmed by her talk of demands for a Marvel series.
Kevin states that Jen is using up the ending of her own shows. Jen explains that she’s a Hulk and Hulks are known for smashing stuff like fourth walls. Before returning to her show, Kevin says that Jen will appear in one of the MCU movies but then jokes that won’t happen.
Back in the show, Jen confronts Todd after the police have arrived to arrest Intelligencia. She transforms back into her human form and then says she’ll see him in court. Daredevil (Charlie Cox) then arrives on the scene as Todd is hauled away to jail.
Jen tells Daredevil how he missed the fight and they start flirting. She then talks briefly with Emil, now in human form, who has agreed to return to prison for his involvement. Jen then joins her friends Nikki and Pug.
Later in the She-Hulk season finale, Jen enjoys a backyard lunch with her friends and family. Matt Murdoch attends and strikes up conversations with Jen’s family. The lunch goes well and everyone enjoys themselves.
Bruce then arrives in Hulk form and has news to share. After informing them that he’s been off the planet for a bit, he introduces a shocking revelation: His son. Matt comments that Jen has quite the family.
Later, on the day of the Intelligencia case, Jen attends the trial as She-Hulk. On the courthouse steps, she is approached by a news reporter who asks about her trial. The reporter also briefly asks what she’s wearing and Jen dismisses him as she proceeds into the courthouse.
In the mid-credit scene in the She-Hulk season finale, Emil is sitting in his prison cell. Wong (Benedict Wong) opens a portal and apologizes for the delay as Emil questions if he got lost in another one of his favorite TV shows. Wong then invites Emil through the portal to stay at his magical sanctum, which Emil accepts.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law season one finale is currently streaming on Disney+, as are the previous eight episodes.