All She-Hulk: Attorney at Law post-credits scenes explained

A confused She-Hulk looks directly into the camera after her first audience sidebar in her Marvel Disney Plus show
Here's what every She-Hulk mid and post-credits scene means for the TV show and the MCU. (Image credit: Marvel Studios/Disney Plus)

Full spoilers for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law season 1 follow.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law episode 9 has made landfall on Disney Plus. Just like its predecessors, the season 1 finale is only 30 minutes long, but it packs plenty into its short runtime. If you're after a complete rundown of what happens on She-Hulk's final episode, you'll want to read our She-Hulk ending explainer.

But we digress. You're here to find out whether She-Hulk episode 9 comes packaged with a mid or post-credits stinger. We haven't had one since the Disney Plus show's fourth episode, so it's high time that a new one was released.

Below, we'll let you if She-Hulk's ninth episode contains a post-credits scene or not, as well as what it could mean for the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Additionally, you'll find more information on every mid-credits stinger in the MCU Phase 4 project,  if you've just started watching the Marvel TV series or are in the process of catching up.

Here, then, is all you need to know about every She-Hulk: Attorney at Law post-credits scene.

She-Hulk episode 9 post-credits scene explained: return of the Wong

Emil Blonsky lies down as he looks at Wong opening a portal in She-Hulk episode 9

Wong's back to aid Emil Blonsky yet again. (Image credit: Marvel Studios/Disney Plus)

The scene opens with Emil Blonsky back in prison. He broke his major parole ruling – i.e. don't change into The Abomination – by appearing as his superpowered alter-ego at the Intelligencia meet on the grounds of his mental health resort. Subsequently, he's sent back to the Department for Damage Control (DODC) and jailed for another 10 years.

Or so we think. As Blonsky lies on the floor of his DODC cell, a portal opens to his right – Wong's back! And yep, he's breaking Blonsky out of prison. Again.

Blonsky says Wong took his time before humorously inquiring if he was late because he was cameo-ing in another MCU project. He leaves through Wong's portal to join the Sorcerer Supreme in Kamar-Taj, but not before jokingly asking if they have Wi-Fi in the building. Nice call back to Doctor Strange there, Blonsky.

She-Hulk episode 8 post-credits scene: is there one?

Daredevil looks down at the ground as he prepares to turn around in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

She-Hulk episode 8 finally introduces Daredevil to the MCU. (Image credit: Marvel Studios/Disney Plus)

Nope. Just like episodes 5, 6, and 7, She-Hulk's latest entry doesn't come equipped with a post-credits stinger.

To be fair, there's a lot to enjoy about episode 8 anyway. Charlie Cox's reappearance as Matt Murdock/Daredevil, more fourth wall breaking antics, the arrival of B-list Marvel character Leap Frog, and a tense final scene that nicely sets up She-Hulk's final episode. So, really, we can't complain too much.

She-Hulk episode 7 post-credits scene: is there one?

A frowning She-Hulk looks at one of Emil Blonsky's clients, who is off camera, in She-Hulk episode 7 on Disney Plus

She-Hulk episode 7 is the third entry in a row without a mid-credits stinger. (Image credit: Marvel Studios)

There's no end credits stinger in episode 7.

However, we learn that Josh – the seeming charming guy Jen met at her best friend's wedding in episode 6 – is working for Hulk King. Not only that, but he's procured some of Jen's blood, meaning Intelligencia can start experimenting with her DNA and, potentially, create a new breed of Hulk-like superpowered beings.

She-Hulk episode 6 post-credits scene: is there one?

Jameela Jamil's Titania sits on a sofa next to a neon sign in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

Does She-Hulk episode 6 have a post-credits stinger? (Image credit: Marvel Studios)

No, She-Hulk episode 6 doesn't have a post-credits scene.

There's an ominous tease at the end of episode 6 that points toward the show's overarching threat, who will definitely come into play in the final few episodes. It seems that She-Hulk's writers didn't want to overshadow this final scene with a post-credits stinger, which makes sense.

She-Hulk episode 5 post-credits scene: is there one?

Mallory Book looks at someone off camera in a well lit room in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

Hey Mallory, is there a post-credits scene in episode 5? (Image credit: Marvel Studios)

There's no post-credits scene in She-Hulk episode 5. However, its final scene does set up Dardevil's official arrival in the MCU. 

As She-Hulk tries on the business suits – and an extra superhero suit – made specifically for her by exclusive tailor Luke Jacobson, the outfitter gets annoyed that one of his employees has left a certain client's headgear out on the counter for all to see.

The pointy horns on the dark yellow helmet give away who this belongs to – Daredevil, aka Matt Murdock. Charlie Cox will reprise his role as the Man Without Fear in an episode or two of She-Hulk. Even though we know he'll be playing a supporting role very soon, it's still an exciting tease.

She-Hulk episode 4 post-credits scene explained: Wongers' favorite drink revealed

Wong and Madisynn eat popcorn as they discuss their favorite drinks in She-Hulk episode 4

Yak milk and vodka? Sign us up, Wongers. (Image credit: Marvel Studios/Disney Plus)

Episode 4 sees an unlikely friendship blossom between Wong, aka the Sorcerer Supreme, and a ditzy but fun-loving Californian called Madisynn. And yes, that is how her name is spelled.

Throughout the show's fourth episode, we see Wong – or should that be Wongers? – and Madisynn's worlds collide thanks to trickster magician Donny Blaze. Despite Madisynn spoiling The Sopranos for Wong during their first encounter, though, the pair's bond grows as the episode plays out, resulting in them purposefully hanging out in episode 4's post-credits scene.

Here, we see Madisynn and Wong eating popcorn as they watch an episode of This Is Us together. Madisynn begins to quiz Wong on the alcoholic drinks he's tried, with Wong revealing he's had more than his fair share. Between you and us, we're blaming Shang-Chi and his best friend Katy for many of those, what with Wong partaking in drunken karaoke with the pair in Shang-Chi's solo MCU movie.

But we digress. Madisynn ends up asking Wong if he's ever had vodka straight, to which he replies he's made a vodka-yak milk cocktail in the past. Madisynn replies that she'd love to try some yak milk, before quickly following up and asking what Wong's all-time favorite drink is. He responds with "gin and tonic", leading Madisynn promising Wong that she'll try and find a place that serves bottomless gin and tonics for Wong to enjoy to his heart's content. Aw, how lovely.

She-Hulk episode 3 post-credits scene explained: Megan Thee Stallion cameo confirmed

She-Hulk and Megan Thee Stallion twerk in a GLH&K office in She-Hulk episode 3

Yep, that's Megan Thee Stallion making a cameo in the MCU. (Image credit: Marvel Studios/Disney Plus)

No, your eyes aren't deceiving you: that is Megan Thee Stallion teaching Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk how to twerk properly. Wait, what? Allow us to explain.

In the show's third episode, Walters' fellow lawyer Dennis Bukowski approaches GLH&K's Superhuman Law Division to defend him in court. The reason? His ex-girlfriend Runa, a New Asgardian Light Elf shapeshifter, defrauded him after she tricked Bukowski into believing he was dating Megan Thee Stallion.

Long story short, Bukowski wins his case after Augustus 'Pug' Pugliese – one of the Superhuman Law Division's other lawyers – successfully defeats Runa's legal team in court with Walters' help. In a bizarre turn of events, though, the real Megan Thee Stallion makes a cameo during this scene, bringing plenty of sass to proceedings as she does so.

How does this tie into the mid-credits scene? Post-court case, Walters walks into her office, saying "There's my new favorite client!". The show quickly cuts to its next scene, which shows that Stallion has hired She-Hulk as her new attorney. Not long after, Walters' boss Holden Holliway walks past She-Hulk's office, only to find Stallion teaching She-Hulk how to twerk properly, much to Holliway's bemusement.

She-Hulk episode 2 post-credits scene explained: superhero family chores

She-Hulk lifts the back end of her family's jeep so her dad and cousin can swap a tyre over in She-Hulk episode 2

You may be a superhero, Jen, but you've still got chores to attend to! (Image credit: Disney Plus/Marvel Studios)

The mid-credits stinger shows Jennifer Walters – as her She-Hulk alter-ego – helping her father and cousin out with various chores. Why is it so amusing? Because they're taking advantage of the fact she's superhuman while also reducing her role in proceedings to medial tasks, such as lifting up the back of the family jeep so her dad and cousin can swap a tyre over (and argue with each other in process).

Other chores She-Hulk carries out include fitting a 4K TV to the wall in the family home's lounge and carrying six, watercooler-sized water bottles into the house for her dad. Walters may be imbued with superpowers now, but that doesn't mean she's immune from helping her relatives out every so often.

She-Hulk episode 1 post-credits scene explained: Captain America theory confirmed

Jennifer Walters smiles at Smart Hulk as she's proved right about her Captain America theory in the Marvel TV show's first episode

Jen Walters takes on Smart Hulk in her quest to learn more about Captain America in the show's first post-credits scene. (Image credit: Marvel Studios/Disney Plus)

Flashing back to Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk's time with Bruce Banner/Smart Hulk at his Mexico retreat, a seemingly drunk Walters tearfully laments the fact that Steve Rogers – that's Captain America, to you and us – died a virgin. This ties back into a scene at the beginning of the show's premiere, when Walters was telling Banner about her theory that Cap never had sex due to his superhero and Avengers commitments.

Walters continues to lay on the water works until, fed up of hearing back Cap, Smart Hulk reaches breaking point and tells Walters the surprising truth about Rogers: he didn't die a virgin. He lost his virginity in 1943 on the USO Tour, which he starred in during Captain America: The First Avenger before he becomes the superhero we (and the MCU) eventually knew him to be.

Immediately, Walters snaps out of her drunken state. Shocked, Smart Hulk quickly realizes that his cousin was playing him, acting intoxicated to get him to spill the tea on Rogers' sex life. Delighted that she was right all along, Walters begins to scream "Captain America F–" but the screen cuts to black right before she can finish her triumphant, expletive-laden remark.

For more MCU-related content, read our in-depth feature on how She-Hulk: Attorney at Law became a battleground for gender equality and VFX artists' rights. Alternatively, read up on how to watch the Marvel movies in order, or everything you need to know about Marvel Phase 5.

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