Revealing mistake: When Jen is at the cash bar and keeps putting money down, it's the same shot used multiple times since it's the same serial number on the $5. And in one shot they flipped the image to make it look different (you can see the "5" is a reverse image).
|Season 1 generally||0|
|1||A Normal Amount of Rage||0|
|3||The People vs. Emil Blonsky||0|
|4||Is This Not Real Magic?||0|
|5||Mean, Green, and Straight Poured into These Jeans||0|
|8||Ribbit and Rip It||0|
|9||Whose Show is This?||0|
Trivia: The receptionist who gets She-Hulk to sign an NDA is played by Matt Wilkie, who at the time was actually a receptionist at Marvel's studios. He was promoted before the episode aired, and showrunner Jessica Gao almost wished he hadn't been, saying "it ruins my dream, which was that somebody would watch the show and then have a meeting at Marvel Studios and then go to that actual lobby, see Matt Wilkie and sign the NDA".
Question: Jen has concerns about Steve Rogers dying a virgin, and Bruce eventually caves in the credits sequence and says he lost his virginity in 1943 on the USO tour. But why doesn't he tell Jen that Steve had many happy years with Peggy Carter, courtesy of their timeline-jumping? Presumably that involved sex too. Does Bruce not know, or is that meant to be kept secret?
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