David and Carolyn marry in Honolulu, Hawaii and continue to work to find a cure for both their afflictions in a race against time.

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Making his way to Honolulu, David Banner seeks out the help of Dr. Carolyn Fields, a noted psychiatrist and hypnotherapist whom he hopes could help him with his bizarre problem. However, she initially refuses, citing severe concerns of her own. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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Bill Bixby and Lou Ferrigno appeared on screen together only twice during the run of the series. Once in "Married", during a dream sequence when Banner was trying to trap the Hulk. The second time was when Lou Ferrigno played a body builder in the The Incredible Hulk: King of the Beach (1981). See more »

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When David returns from shopping, he finds the report papers scattered on the floor, however they are spread out in an organized way instead of falling randomly and out of order. See more »

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The Girl: Wow, isn't this place a trip?
Dr. Carolyn Fields: The very word I would have used.
Mark: Never fear ladies, we always have Dom Perignon on ice.
Dr. Carolyn Fields: Well you'd better get him out before he freezes.
The Girl: Aren't they gorgeous?
Dr. Carolyn Fields: Oh yes, and their chests are so neatly brushed!
The Girl: Oh!
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Edited into The Incredible Hulk: Rainbow's End (1978) See more »

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The Marriage
19 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

First episode of the second season sees Dr. David Banner(Bill Bixby) going to Hawaii in order to meet Dr. Caroline Fields(Mariette Hartley, who won an Emmy for her superb performance) who is a noted psychiatrist and hypnotherapist he hopes can help him, but as it turns out, she is suffering from a mysterious illness that gives her Grand Mal seizures, meaning that she is dying. They fall in love, but David finds it difficult to control the Hulk(Lou Ferrigno) and dodge Jack McGee(Jack Colvin), which leads to the inevitable tragedy after they marry... Heartfelt episode is among the best, with underrated Bixby just as good, and a finely-tuned script and direction, with much memorable imagery and score.


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