Mark Ruffalo didn't warn Chris Evans about She-Hulk revealing Captain America's virginity status

Because she finally solves one of Marvel's biggest mysteries—did Captain America die a virgin—in the first episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, Jennifer Walters is the hero we all deserve.

It stands alone as a superbly meta joke that criticises the throngs of fans who have been debating this issue for years (prior to Avengers

Endgame's revelation that Steve wound up with Peggy Carter, played by Hayley Atwell, thanks to some time travel).

In a hilarious end-credits scene, Jen is seen ranting incoherently to her cousin Bruce Banner, also known as the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), about how Captain America didn't deserve to die a virgin,

This is where She-Hulk takes things a step further and actually gives us the real answer.

Bruce, who is getting frustrated with her talking, decides to stop her by revealing a bombshell fact he has been keeping hidden for years

"Steve Rogers has never been married. He let a girl take his virginity.

Naturally, Jen then admits that she had Bruce pretend to be intoxicated in order to trick him into giving her the truth, and that it is too late for him to retract his statement.