Episode six, Just Jen, is just frustrating.
Episode five, “Mean, Green, and Straight Poured into These Jeans,” functions as a sort of reset for the series while still maintaining the week-to-week courtroom comedy setup.
Episode four, Is This Not Real Magic?, is a weaker episode than the previous two, but still has a savior in Wong.
Episode three, The People vs. Emil Blonsky, is a fun, utterly unserious look at the ridiculousness of the MCU.
Marvel’s first half-hour comedy is a much-needed breath of fresh air, even if it doesn’t always live up to its massive namesake.
While it has its moments, they’re often ruined by an obtrusive editing style and comedy that misses much more often than it hits.
The MCU-set series is one of the best that Disney+ has to offer.
“The Instant White-Hot Wild” is a fittingly wild ride from beginning to end, even if the result isn’t a massive shift from the status quo.
Thor’s fourth solo outing doesn't reach the highs of ‘Ragnarok,’ but it’s still an enjoyable ride along the way.
While “Here Comes a Candle to Light You to Bed” doesn’t reach the highs of “Herogasm,” it isn’t necessarily trying to; instead opting to set up a tense finale next week.