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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22 September 1978 (USA)  »

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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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During the final hulk-out scene Carolyn dies in the Hulk's arms and when David unhulks, he is still holding Carolyn in his arms, but on the ring finger of Banner's left hand is his wedding band, fully intact See more »

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Dr. David Bruce Banner: I was involved with advanced genetic research on related deceases at the Culver-institute in California.
Dr. Caroline Fields: At Culver? Did you work with David Banner?
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Quite closely.
Dr. Caroline Fields: Why did he suddenly abandon his research on diseases such as mine?
Dr. David Bruce Banner: His wife died... and after that his work... took on other piorities.
Dr. Caroline Fields: What a shame. His work in the area of my disease was brilliant, it was pioneering.
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Thank you.
Dr. Caroline Fields: David Banner was killed in a lab fire.
Dr. David Bruce Banner: [shakes head] No.
Dr. Caroline Fields: [realizing the truth] Why haven't you told people ...
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Edited into The Incredible Hulk: A Solitary Place (1979) See more »

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A highlight of the HULK TV series
4 April 2001 | by (Boston, MA) – See all my reviews

Married (which, of course, originally aired as a TV-movie under the title Bride of the Incredible Hulk) is an INCREDIBLE HULK episode that few (if anyone) will forget. Mariette Hartley won an Emmy for her performance as the terminally ill doctor who marries David Banner (brilliantly portrayed by the late Bill Bixby). Her performance in this story is nothing short of excellent.

The setting in Hawaii is beautiful. It was nice to see such a story set in such a lovely place as Hawaii. I think that's what makes the "Married" episode even more memorable.

However, I'm not really giving anything away if I reveal that the marriage is short-lived. That was only to be expected since the HULK series had our hero having to constantly go from place to place until his can find a way to be permanently rid of his affliction.

If you have a desire to start watching the INCREDIBLE HULK series, "Married" is one of main episodes that you must watch. But before you see this particular episode, make sure you have a handkerchief or some tissues handy.


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