Jennifer Walters' Identity is Explored in Episode 5 of 'She-Hulk: Attorney At Law.'

Jennifer Walters' Identity is Explored in Episode 5 of 'She-Hulk: Attorney At Law.' ...

Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) has had her life ruined in many ways. A simple road trip with her cousin Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) ended in a car accident, and she was transformed into a Hulk; although unlike her cousin, she can recover into human form in her new job at Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg, and Holliway, where she practices superhuman law and takes on all kinds of clients. However, the latest episode, "Mean, Green,

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Jennifer is again vying against super-strong influencer Titania in the pilot episode, "A Normal Amount Of Rage." This time, Jennifer is suing GLK&H for the use of the "She-Hulk" name. (One of the most funny moments features Jen asking if Doctor Strange and Thor had to trademark their names...only for Book to point out that those are their real names.)

Jennifer didn't want to be dubbed "She-Hulk" because it was a slap on the face by the media. It's on huge billboards lining her route to work. It's even on her favorite podcast! Another clue comes when Jen's friend Nikki (Ginger Gonzaga) asks her whether she's okay with Titania's name.

Jennifer's triumph over Titania serves as a proof that she accepted her She-Hulk identity when she grouses to Nikki about how her case went to a tense start. She then invites all of Jen's dates as witnesses (and proves her point that dating in your 30s is a different kind of hell), while also showing her that She-Hulk may be a positive force in her life.

Jennifer struggled with embracing her identity as she grew more and more confident in her "Savage She-Hulk" identity as time went on. However, Maslany seems to be treading the same path for her portrayal of Jen in She-Hulk: Attorney At Law.