Last night's She-Hulk wasn't so bad, actually. It was written by Zeb Wells, a rare example of someone who wrote for Marvel Comics moving over to write for the MCU. And he also wrote for Robot Chicken, which explains why some of the jokes were actually funny.
I laughed when the Porcupine claimed Spanish was a language and not a nationality. It's stupid but plausibly stupid. I can imagine for a long time he'd been correcting people who said Mexicans speak Mexican and the information that they spoke Spanish misled him into thinking somehow there is no Spanish country any more than there is a Mexican language.
Tim Roth really shines in the episode. He takes some relatively mundane therapist-guru material and makes it really interesting. He and Tatiana Maslany have genuinely good comedic chemistry.
My main complaint is for the first part of the episode. I wish we'd seen her relationship with Josh more in depth. A lot of people were predicting that Josh would be one of the people trying to steal her blood so a more nuanced relationship might have made it seem less inevitable and might have made Jen seem a little smarter.
I was also still hoping to see some interesting wardrobe for her but, once again, we got navy blue with white dots. And green pants, almost the same shade as her skin. Probably not the best choice.
She-Hulk is available on Disney+.