She-Hulk: Attorney at Law episode 3 picks up with Jen Walters dealing with the reveal at the end of the previous episode. The A plot has to do with Walters dealing with her case with Blonsky while the B plot has to do with one of her former colleagues. The colleague is suing an ex that had shapeshifted to look like Megan Thee Stallion. The comedy elements are fantastic in the episode, with Wong being a highlight. There’s even a comic book deep cut at the end of the episode that adds a new wrinkle to the ongoing story of the show. The after credits scene is goofy fun that’s also incredibly cringy in a way that could only be in the show.
Benedict Wong was able to show a side of his character Wong that we never really got to see before. His cameo adds some fun to his more serious character, which had only been hinted at in his previous times in the role. Josh Segarra gets to have more screen time this episode and he proves to be just as fun at Ginger Gonzaga and Tatiana Maslany while also showing the amazing chemistry they share. Tim Roth is fun as Blonsky and how different he is than when we saw him the last time. I also want to mention how fun Megan Thee Stallion was in her cameo.
“The People vs. Emil Blonsky” is another fun episode that ends with a mystery that will come into play in interesting ways. I keep enjoying each episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law more than the last. I find it refreshing at how lighthearted the tone of the show is while showing how weird a world with superpowers would be. I give “The People vs. Emil Blonsky” 9 Asgardian crowbars out of 10.