The Incredible Hulk (1978–1982)
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A Minor Problem 

David 'Bradshaw' walks into a deserted town who's inhabitants have been evacuated because of a deadly gas leak. Together with a female scientist and an infected dog, he runs afoul of a small group of looters.

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Jack McGee (credit only)
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Patty Knowlton
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Cunningham
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Rita
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David 'Bradshaw' walks into a deserted town who's inhabitants have been evacuated because of a deadly gas leak. Together with a female scientist and an infected dog, he runs afoul of a small group of looters.

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Last show of the series. See more »

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The foot chase between Patty and Cunningham is obvious padded out to fit the episode's running time. See more »

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David Banner: This food is contaminated.
Rita: All that's spilled was a little chlorine. A little chlorine never hurt anybody, right, Mark?
Mark: Hey man, that amount of gas wouldn't hurt a bug. You get more than that walking by a swimming pool.
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The Deserted
22 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) arrives in a deserted town called Rock Springs looking for a job at a nearby laboratory when he discovers that it was evacuated due to a chlorine leak, but after meeting a female scientist named Patty Knowlton(played by Nancy Grahn) he finds out it was really because of an E-Coli outbreak, threatening all their lives, including a group of young looters who wont listen to them. It is a race against time as the survivors try to find a cure and an exit before it is too late... Final episode of the series is at least a good one, with a provocative story and surprising plot turns. Contrived of course, but at least it contains an apt final line by David("We're all going to make it.") Cue "The Lonely Man Theme"...


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