Based on the (potentially misleading) series of events laid out in the teaser, it seems as if Monica’s bizarre encounter in space leads her and Nick Fury to the very steps of Kamala’s New Jersey home, which we saw in “Ms. Marvel.” When they appear on her doorstep, we’re reintroduced to her charismatic supporting characters: her father Yusuf (Mohan Kapur), her mother Muneeba (Zenobia Shroff), and brother Aamir (Saagar Shaikh). In short, it’s pretty refreshing to see that many brown people all at once in an MCU movie, even if it’s not likely that any of them beyond Kamala get much screen time.

In any event, it appears that Fury and Rambeau are interrupting the Khans in the middle of the family trying to figure out exactly what’s going on. There’s an unconscious henchmen tied up in their living room, Kamala is in her spiffy new superhero suit, and we see a bunch of debris as they all sit in a circle and attempt to make sense of their predicament. Monica exposits (which is hopefully not what she does for the entire movie) that their powers are somehow “entangled” and, as Kamala unhelpfully demonstrates, it’s somehow exacerbated whenever they use their abilities. Cue Kamala’s typical nervous excitement to prove herself to others, Carol appearing out of nowhere to smash the Khans’ dinner table, and Kamala finding herself in a serious jam.