Is Captain America a first-time guy? This Marvel puzzle is solved by She-Hulk.
"She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" has already solved one of the biggest mysteries in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it only has one episode.
Is Captain America a first-time guy? Has Chris Evans, who played the first Avenger on-screen for the first ten years of Marvel Studios, ever done something for the first time?
Did it ever happen because of the Captain? Can a World War II super-soldier who was frozen for decades now decide whether to swipe left or right?
These are the kinds of questions that Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) thinks about all the time. She asks her cousin Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo),
the Incredible Hulk, who fought alongside Captain America as a member of the Avengers, the only person who knows the answers. Moments before the start of her superhero/origin story,
Walters is in a car accident with her cousin that leads to an unplanned Hulk blood transfusion. She uses her lawyer skills to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Captain America was saving
the world and saving himself for a special someone who never showed up. There is enough proof to back up the MCU's least exciting rumour ever.
Before a super serum turned Steve Rogers into a superhero and gave him the strength to carry the world on his shoulders, he was a skinny kid from Brooklyn who was no Casanova.
By the time he became Captain America, he was in love with Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell), which led to a kiss before he had to save the world during World War II,
crashing a plane into a mountain in the process, and then turning into a super-popsicle. Captain America had to deal with Loki, Ultron, a civil war, Thanos, and getting old right away after
he went back in time. Not much time is left for love. At the end of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," Scarlett Johansson's character, the Black Widow, and Chris Evans's character, Captain America,
have to kiss to hide from agents who are after them. Later, the Black Widow asks Captain America if she was the first woman he had kissed since 1945.
"That bad, huh?" says the Captain. By the time "She-Hulk" Episode 1 has its first scene after the credits, we finally know what's going on.