She-Hulk episode 7 ends with a major twist, one that will have significant consequences for Jennifer Walters as the season comes to a close.
Warning! Spoilers ahead for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law episode 7.
The She-Hulk: Attorney at Law episode 7 twist ending looks set to have significant consequences for Jennifer Walters going forward. While Jen spends the majority of this episode growing and truly reconciling with her newer, greener half, the end of the episode reveals why the new guy in her life Josh decided to ghost her. As a result, dark forces now have She-Hulk’s gamma-irradiated blood, something Bruce Banner’s Smart Hulk adamantly said couldn’t happen.
Who Josh Is Working For
In the She-Hulk episode 7 ending, the final scene flashes back to the night when Josh slept over. Not only did he copy the contents of her phone onto his own, but he also took a picture of her sleeping. Josh then sends a series of emojis to HulkKing confirming that he stole She-Hulk’s blood. HulkKing is the same user moderating the Cancel She-Hulk page on the Intelligencia website as seen in She-Hulk episode 6. As a result, it’s become tragically clear that dating She-Hulk was all an act and that Josh has been working for HulkKing the entire time, ever since he met Jen at the wedding (whoever HulkKing may be).
What She-Hulk’s Villain Will Do With Her Blood
Considering this mysterious villain’s username and their connection to Intelligencia, it’s very likely that this new foe wants to get She-Hulk’s blood to either become a new Hulk or create one they can potentially control (such as the Red Hulk in the comics). As such, the odds are quite strong that the person behind the HulkKing name is either Samuel Sterns (aka The Leader) or Titania. Having been confirmed as the villain for Captain America: New World Order, it wouldn’t be surprising if She-Hulk was laying the groundwork for the Leader’s MCU return. Gaining a supergenius intellect after his brain was exposed to Banner’s blood in The Incredible Hulk, it wouldn’t be surprising to learn that the Leader and HulkKing are one and the same. That being said, Jameela Jamil’s Titania has proven herself to be very jealous of She-Hulk and her power which have been stealing her spotlight as a social media influencer. Perhaps she wants to become a Hulk herself in the MCU to get the attention back. Either way, it’s become clear that Jennifer Walters’ blood has fallen into the wrong hands after the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law episode 7 twist ending.