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The new Marvel show on Disney+, She-Hulk: Attorney-At-Law, is already off to a bad start with a cringeworthy first episode that had a rant by Tatiana Maslany paying She-Hulk and pushing a feminist narrative.

The show, based on the Marvel comics, begins with Mark Ruffalo, who plays Bruce Banner aka the Hulk, coaching the heroine on how to control her anger after she became infected with Banner’s blood following a car crash.

During her training session, Banner emphasizes that she needs to control her new powers stating that “the triggers are anger and fear,” according to Breitbart.

“Those are like the baseline for a woman just existing,” the main character says. “Here’s the thing, Bruce. I’m great at controlling my anger. I do it all the time. When I’m catcalled in the street, when incompetent men explain my own area of expertise to me, I do it pretty much every day, because if I don’t I will get called emotional, or difficult, or might just literally get murdered.”

“So, I’m an expert at controlling my anger, because I do it infinitely more than you,” she concludes with a hint of anger behind her words.

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In response to the tirade, viewers took to social media to express their mockery about the scene with many arguing that the writers didn’t understand the source material they were drawing from, particularly when such a rant was aimed at Bruce Banner.

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“Bruce listening to how catcalling is worse than being hunted by the government and his failed suicides,” said one user on Twitter.

“‘I control my anger infinitely better than you,’ ‘my mom got beat to death by my dad and the moment I lost someone close(black widow) to me I was able to control my anger, you are getting mad just talking about this right now, are you sure you’re better at it?'” stated another user.


On top of the criticism from this scene, the show has also drawn condemnation with a scene that showcases She-Hulk’s bookshelf which has bobbleheads of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and former First Lady Michelle Obama, a UCLA mug, and other items.

“Me: *Turns on #SheHulk to see if it’s as bad as everyone says it will be* SheHulk: *two seconds in*” commented one user.

With Disney+ once again inserting woke narratives into their television, audiences are unlikely to stay around for very long as the company has repeatedly pushed away viewers over its insertion of leftist talking points.

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