Marvel fans love post-credits scenes, which is why they dutifully sit around for the full length of the credits for every single MCU movie that comes out. Most do the same for every episode of the franchise’s TV series, too. However, it’s much rarer for the Disney Plus entries to serve up an extra treat, with previous shows only introducing credits sequences in the final episodes of the season. To fans’ delight, that’s not been the case with She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.
Before the show began, we were promised the Tatiana Maslany vehicle would feature a post-credits scene in the majority of its episodes. Given She-Hulk‘s status as a half-hour comedy, we obviously didn’t get a major, universe-altering tag scene every time, as most offered one extra joke before the episode ended. Still, that doesn’t mean that fans will want to miss them, so stay glued to those credits if you’re playing catch-up with the show.
For those out there guilty of committing the heinous sin of skipping out too soon or for those in need some extra clarification of what happened, let’s take a closer look at every She-Hulk post-credits sequence.
Episode one: “A Normal Amount of Rage”
A running joke in the opening episode sees Jen voicing her belief that Captain America is actually a virgin, although Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) is clearly embarrassed to talk about his old friend like that and neither confirms nor denies his cousin’s conspiracy theory.
In the post-credits scene, set during Jen’s stay at Bruce’s Mexican retreat, an apparently drunken Jen gets teary thinking about how Steve Rogers didn’t deserve to die a virgin. A defeated Bruce gives in and finally reveals that Steve actually lost his virginity to a USO girl in 1943.
A victorious Jen then drops the charade, making clear that she was never drunk in the first place, and cries out “Captain America f-” before the scene cuts out. As well as declaring something about Cap’s personal life that we never knew before, this is undoubtedly the most near-the-knuckle tag scene in MCU history.
Episode two: “Superhuman Law”
As expected, She-Hulk‘s second post-credit scene is less important than the one at the end of the pilot, but it’s still a worthwhile bit of extra fun.
Earlier on in episode two, “Superhuman Law,” Jen reluctantly attends a family dinner, attended by her parents, Morris (Mark Linn-Baker) and Elaine (Tess Malis Kincaid), as well as her Aunt Melanie (Candice Rose), Uncle Tucker (Michael H. Cole), and obnoxious cousin Ched (Nicholas Cirillo).
In the tag sequence, we revisit this night and see that the Walters clan made use of the fact they had a seven-foot-tall glamazon in their midst to get Jen to do all their heavy-lifting chores for them (e.g. holding up a car while Ched changes a tire, mounting a TV on a wall, and bringing in an excessive amount of water containers).
Episode three: “The People vs. Emil Blonsky”
Episode three’s tag scene doesn’t actually feature the eponymous Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth) or even the episode’s other Marvel Universe returnee, Wong. Instead it showcases the week’s biggest guest star, none other than Megan Thee Stallion.
Having cameod in a quick gag in the bulk of the episode as part of the B-plot about a shapeshifting New Asgardian, Light Elf, impersonating her, the “Hot Girl Summer” superstar returns for the post-credits sequence, which reveals that the singer has officially signed on to become Jen’s client. To celebrate, the pair twerk it out, while Jen’s bemused boss Mr. Holliway (Steve Coulter) looks on in confusion.
“You’re way more fun than my last lawyer,” Stallion says, causing an overzealous Jen to respond, “I will kill for you, Megan Thee Stallion.” And we’re not entirely sure if that’s the character talking or Tatiana Maslany.
Episode four: “Is This Not Real Magic?”
In a perfect example of the showrunners predicting what we want to see more of, episode four’s tag scene—which was just as cool as Jen promised—features more of the Marvel fandom’s new favorite duo, Wong and his unlikely bestie, Madisynn (Patty Guggenheim).
Following up on Wong’s Sopranos binging earlier on, the post-credits sequence sees the pair cozying up on the couch together as they snack and chat their way through an episode of the hit gangster drama. We learn that they have just gone to a wedding together (not their own, we’re pretty sure) and that Wong’s favorite drink is a gin and tonic. This leads Madisynn to wonder if she can find a bottomless gin and tonic at Kamar-Taj.
There is hardly anything of any consequence in this post-credits scene, but it might be the best one yet thanks to these two’s surprising comic chemistry.
Episode five: “Mean, Green, and Straight Poured into These Jeans”
Sadly, She-Hulk episode four doesn’t feature a post-credits scene. On the upside, you’ll want to pay close attention to its credits animation as that contains a mind-blowing multitude of Easter eggs to such heroes as Deadpool, Wolverine, and Cyclops.
Episode six: “Just Jen”
Oof, episode six, you really let us down. In addition to not picking up on that thrilling promise from last week that Charlie Cox’s Daredevil was about to show up, “Just Jen” also didn’t feature a post-credits scene. Here’s hoping episode seven breaks the drought.
Episode seven: “The Retreat”
Guess what? Episode seven didn’t break the drought. For the past three weeks in a row, the show has decided to take a bow without featuring a post-credits scene. That’s a big shame as we would’ve loved to have gotten more of El Aguila, Man-Bull and Emil’s other wellness retreaters.
Episode eight: “Ribbit and Rip It”
For the fourth consecutive week, She-Hulk failed to serve up a post-credits scene, but you know what? In this case, we don’t care so much as the preceding half-hour was so good, what with all the delicious Daredevil content and that surprisingly dark ending. Roll on the finale!
Episode nine: “Whose Show Is This?”
The She-Hulk finale did not disappoint thanks to its insane, internet-breaking meta moments and its huge hints at what’s to come in the future of the MCU. Thankfully, it also didn’t let us down on the tag scene front either, as the last episode couldn’t end before slipping in one more fun cameo for the road.
When we’d last seen him, Emil had agreed to return to jail as penance for breaking his parole terms by transforming into Abomination. For those who felt sorry for the reformed big guy, the episode’s post-credits scene came as a big plus as it sees Blonsky being visited in his cell by his old pal, Wong. The reigning Sorcerer Supreme invites Blonsky to hang out at Kamar-Taj, with the pair disappearing inside a portal while discussing the place’s refrigerator rules.
Yes, Blonsky’s once again free to either cause mischief or help heal some souls, as the case may be. Perhaps there is something in the talk of him appearing in Thunderbolts after all.
All episodes of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law are available to stream on Disney Plus.