There is a lot to like about She-Hulk Attorney at Law as it came to a close in its first season. Seeing Charlie Cox back as Matt Murdock/ Daredevil was great! I got to hear some of the legalspeak I hoped to have heard more in this show. I also like the chemistry between Tatiana Maslany’s and Charlie Cox’s characters. Mark Linn-Baker as Jennifer’s Dad – always a delight, especially when he talks about water pressure after squirting the news media outside his home.
I feel amused a few times in the show rather than laughing at the jokes. Nor did I especially like Todd, but given the final first season episode and Jenn telling K.E.V.I.N. her demands, nicely of course, in the end I hope Todd does not come back. Nor did I especially like the appearance of Bruce/ Smart Hulk’s surprise guest at the family picnic gathering and the whole Wong/Blonsky relationship. Perhaps Stephen Strange rubbed off on Wong in a few of the wrong ways?
Still, I think the show really picked up for me the moment Matt Murdock appeared again. If She-Hulk gets a second season, I hope he keeps popping up. If not, I will be patient for the rebooted Dare Devil show. Oh, and no replay of the walk of shame that was not necessary.