According to Tatiana Maslany, the season finale finale for "Whose Show Is This?" was eventually shown. It was something she and her alter ego, Jennifer Walters, but she and her head writer Jessica Gao agreed to a new fourth-wall model. This is your major spoilers warning.
As She-Hulk enters Intelligencia, the major plot pieces are broken down, and Jon Bass''s Todd Phelps announces that he is the evil mastermind behind the group and orchestrates the plot to steal Jen''s blood to produce his own Hulk serum, and Mark Ruffalo''s Hulk arrives to save the day before Jen transforms into She-Hulk and decides she has enough. Using her fourth wall powers, she finds a way to escape the situation by
After the two directors direct her to "Kevin," it''s revealed that the one they''re talking about isn''t president Kevin Feige, a robot with the acronym K.E.V.I.N. that explains Knowledge Enhanced Visual Interconnectivity Nexus. Both are able to define her demands, so the Disney+ series doesn''t fall into the same constraints other previous projects were subjected to. According to Maslany, the two guys used the same formula for the ending, but did not
Maslany reduced the alternate ending that "was quite different, a little more serious and less like Jen''s." It was also much more expensive, first off. But I think it had a different approach to it. The thing that I love about this one is that we get back to Jen feeling like K.E.V.I.N.''s her collaborator and an equal, and that her ideas deserve respect. ''We''re now friends,'' says the X-Men.
As an actor and audience member, Maslany said, "I couldn''t believe we got to do it." "Because it''s the sort of writing, it''s the kind of dismantling that I''m most interested in, and it really is Jen speaking her direct truth. It''s the moment when jess always had the idea, and it always would destroy things again." The entire EW interview here is free.
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