She-Hulk: Attorney at Law had its penultimate episode last night, and we are entering the final stage of this show. A story is finally being built up as we go into the finale, so I'm not dreading the final episode of this show. I'm interested to see where some of these plot points go. That said, here are my predictions for the finale of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.
The Leader is Revealed as the Main Villain
This is one that I'm almost positive is going to happen. From the very beginning of She-Hulk, I said that the Leader should be the main antagonist of the show. While the show hasn't really had a true main antagonist, the last few episodes have had a mysterious man known as "Hulkking" meddling behind the scenes. This Hulkking finally enacted his plan in episode eight, causing She-Hulk to go crazy. Considering that they just announced the Leader as the main villain of Captain America: New World Order, I think it's pretty safe to say that he's also the main villain of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. It'd only make sense, considering that the Leader is the Hulk's primary enemy in the comics. I think this is a pretty safe bet, and I'll be a little bit disappointed if the Leader is not revealed as the main villain.
If it's not the Leader, I think MODOK could be the villain. He's confirmed to appear in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and has had a role in Intelligencia in the comics. That'd also be cool. I wouldn't be disappointed.
Nikki Ramos is a Skrull
This is an out-there prediction, but I think that the after-credits will reveal something sinister about Nikki Ramos. She's an extremely annoying character that feels pointless within the show. It would be awesome if she was revealed to be a Skrull, setting up Secret Invasion. She's such a horrible character, and all of that would change if she was a Skrull. I don't think it's going to happen, but it'd be cool if it did.
Daredevil WILL NOT Show Up
Daredevil's appearance in episode eight felt like a guest appearance that was a one-off. I loved seeing him back in the MCU, but I do not think we will get another scene with him in the finale. I believe Charlie Cox said She-Hulk will not setup Daredevil: Born Again, so that basically confirms it. If they can find a way to work him into the plot, great. I don't think they will be able to, so I think it's better if he just stays out of the finale here.
Falcon / Captain America Will Appear in the After-Credits
This prediction kind of goes along with the Leader. It's all but confirmed that Hulk and She-Hulk will appear in Captain America: New World Order, and if the Leader is the main villain of this show, it'd make sense for Captain America to show up and recruit Jen to fight him. This would likely be another after-credits scene if the other one is Nikki's reveal as a Skrull. I think there is a very good chance we see Sam Wilson in the final episode of this show.
Abomination Will Join the Final Fight
This is a little bit of a cheat, because they've showed some footage in the mid-season trailer that has not been in the show yet. I think there will be a part in the final battle when Jen needs help and the cavalry that comes in to save her will be Emil Blonsky. He's spent this whole show trying to prove that he's a good person, and the way to finally confirm that would be to use his Abomination form for good. I think it'd be a solid completion of his redemptive arc, and I really hope that it happens.