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 is talking to Dr. Fields after saving her during a seizure, his hands alternate between being on the table and clasped together near his face from different angles. See more »

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Dr. Carolyn Fields: At least we never gave up trying.
[with her last strenght she embraces the Hulk]
Dr. Carolyn Fields: Oh, I'll miss you, David.
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A profoundly moving tv movie
28 June 2001 | by (Charlotte,NC) – See all my reviews

You don't have to be a fan of "The Incredible Hulk" to appreciate this wonderful two hour episode of the TV series. It was actually shown in a two hour format during it's original broadcast and then released overseas to theatres in Europe. Mariette Hartley stars as a hypnotherapist who can possibly cure Dr. David Banner(Bill Bixby. Banner, on the other hand, has DNA that can cure the hypnotherapist. They eventually come to depend on each other and love blossoms among the beauties of Hawaii. The closing scenes contain some of the most profoundly moving drama I have ever seen on television. Bill Bixby is wonderful as usual and Mariette Hartley took home the first ever non technical emmy award for a sci fi tv show. If you're looking for a good tearjerker, look no further.


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