The Thing's "condition" had been cured, and the Fantastic Four audition potential replacements. After a number of rejected auditions (including Captain Ultra, Frog-Man, Texas Twister, Squirrel Girl, and Flatman), Jen Walters shows up in human form and Johnny Storm, frustrated, gives her a hard time, resulting in her transformation into the She-Hulk. She then picks him up (by the face). She-Hulk is selected to fill Thing's slot for the duration of their current mission. She utters a classic Hulk line in this episode, warning people not to make her angry. This rendition of the character is based upon the current comics version.
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- Voiced by Rebecca Shoichet as Stephanie Brillon.
- She-Hulk appeared in an episode of the 2006 Fantastic Four TV series called "The Cure", co-written by then-solo series author Dan Slott.
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