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  1. Werewolf by Night was a surprise screening at Fantastic Fest.
  2. Mr. Immortal being sued by his ex-spouses for support after he faked his death is pretty much exactly the type of shit I want out of this show.
  3. The courtroom stuff isn’t very accurate, but a)this isn’t even close to being the worst courtroom stuff on TV or even superhero stuff (looking at you, The Flash), and b) this is pretty clearly being played for laughs, so personally I give it more leeway than something trying to deal with things seriously and failing miserably (you again, The Flash).
  4. Hat tip to @TheVileOne I’m excited for this.
  5. Sabine’s been cast: https://gizmodo.com/star-wars-rebels-sabine-cast-for-live-action-ahsoka-se-1848092927
  6. I love this stupid show. I hope they keep leaning more into the comic booky legal stuff.
  7. If this is one of the worst episodes, then this will end up being a perfectly fine show. Not great, not bad, just fine. I did think the CGI looked the clunkiest it has yet, with some pretty mechanical movements and some funky lighting, particularly the Wrecking Crew fight. After the credits, I was thinking how I wanted more Titania when I realized we’ll probably get that next week with her presumably being behind the Wrecking Crew.
  8. Apparently the explanation is something along the lines of his arm is healed as Smart Hulk, but not as Banner. So Smart Hulk is healed, Bruce is still healing, I guess similar to She-Hulk being sober and turning into drunk Jen.
  9. Presumably it’s old footage of the fight just now surfacing, and Emil/Jen will have to explain how he got in and out without being noticed, etc… I liked this episode. So far it’s been decent world-building. I was amused by Titania, super-powered influencer. Jen losing via mistrial due to jury prejudice was actually a realistic response to what happened. I wonder if Mephisto is one of Emil’s seven soulmates (in all seriousness, I’m assuming it’s Elaine and the Thunderbolts).
  10. Apparently “people” online are mad Jen was able to control the Hulk side so easily when it took Bruce so long to do so. It seems pretty obvious to me that the No-Prize explanation is that’s because Bruce took the brunt of a full on gamma explosion while Jen just got a couple of drops of gamma-radiated blood mixed with hers. Why would anyone expect the exact same reaction to occur in that instance? In unrelated news, there’s this:
  11. This was apparently originally supposed to be like the sixth or eighth episode, but they thought it would give the audience more emotional connection to Jen to be the first. Everything I’ve read makes it sound like they were really struggling to find the right tone and balance (apparently they even had comic book editor notes that Jen eventually started arguing with at some point of the writing/filming stage).
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