Talk about that career ladder.
Warning: the following article contains spoilers for 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' episode 3
In a new clip from 'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' episode 3, there is a little insight in the biography of the incumbent Sorcerer Supreme, Wong. Thanks to the outtake from the third episode, we now know more about Wong's resume — and this knowledge truly brings hope.
It turns out that before assuming the role of Sorcerer Supreme — a top magician on Earth — Wong had been working as... a Target Sales Associate at Kamar-Taj. According to the LinkedIn account of Wong shown in the series, he held the role for 9 years before becoming a librarian there. This was his job of 11 years — and only then he got a big promotion.
Wong became Sorcerer Supreme after Doctor Stephen Strange, his predecessor, got wiped out by Thanos in the Blip. However, he remained in the position after the Avengers managed to bring everyone, including Strange, back.
In 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness', Wong leads the defense of Kamar-Taj against Scarlet Witch — who, however, turns out to be more powerful than the entire army of the sorcerers.
Recently, Wong has become one of the indisputable fan favorites in the MCU – up to a point of people rallying online for Marvel Studios to secure him a solo movie. And while his solo cinematic appearance is still under consideration, he has a lot of cameos in Disney Plus shows recently, as well as Marvel movies.
Naturally, he got one in 'She-Hulk' as well, with Jennifer Walters even dropping a hilarious joke about that while breaking the fourth wall. But this is something you will have to see on your own while streaming the show.
'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' is streaming on Disney Plus, with new episodes arriving every Thursday.