Even attorneys need legal support sometimes.
In an exclusive clip from the Sept. 15 episode of Disney+'s She Hulk: Attorney at Law, She-Hulk (Tatiana Maslany) gets the help of fellow lawyer Mallory Book (Renée Elise Goldsberry) as she attempts to stop rival Titania (Jameela Jamil) from using the Hulk name and likeness for her own monetary gain.
"Since the first public appearance of Jennifer Walters in her Hulk form, the public has unanimously identified her with the name She-Hulk," Mallory begins her case. "In fact, the name She-Hulk had not even been recorded in public discourse until that debut."
From opposite sides of the courtroom, She-Hulk and Titania exchange glares so cold that it feels like the entire courthouse might freeze over.
"We have a number of news items and broadcast quotes I'd like to enter into record," Mallory continues. "Simply put, the defendant is exploiting goodwill towards my client and her better-known cousin in order to sell her non-FDA approved, sham products."
Mallory is, of course, referring to She-Hulk's cousin Hulk (a.k.a. Bruce Banner), played by Mark Ruffalo, who appeared in the first episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law as Smart Hulk.
As Mallory approaches the bench, she continues, "We ask the court to grant our motion for summary judgment and order our requested remedies."
Predictably, none of this sits well with the social media savvy Titania, who has come prepared to defend herself.
"OK, first of all. Sham?" Titania questions. "Why don't you try telling that to the thousands of testimonials from my fans who have had nothing but amazing results with my exclusive line of She-Hulk exclusive foot exfoliants, which I just so happen to have a little sample of and offer into evidence, thank you."
Who doesn't love a free sample?
Find out how the courtroom battle plays out when the new episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law drops Sept. 15 on Disney+.