In Mexico, David 'Baily' has secluded himself from other people to keep his rage in check. But Gail Collins, another doctor on the run stumbles upon his hiding place. Now McGee and others are looking for both of them.

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In Mexico, David 'Baily' has secluded himself from other people to keep his rage in check. But Gail Collins, another doctor on the run stumbles upon his hiding place. Now McGee and others are looking for both of them.

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In the first Hulkout, you can see some of the flesh beneath the green paint on Ferrigno's face. Also, throughout the entire Hulkout, every time Lou lifts his foot, you can see that the bottoms of his feet were either not painted, or that the paint is wearing off. This is especially obvious near the end of the Hulkout. See more »

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Jack McGee: Are you kidding, Raul? These jeeps wouldn't make it across the road, let alone thirty miles.
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Alone in the woods...but not for long
31 May 2009 | by (Iceland) – See all my reviews

Reflecting on the events surrounding his eventful existence, Dr. David Banner hides out somewhere in the woods in Mexico, collecting his thoughts and contemplating his next move in finding a cure to his condition. It doesn't take too long for his newfound solitary life to be disrupted as a disgraced female surgeon stumbles upon his hiding ground and takes refuge with him. Hot on her trail are a father and son who have private matters to settle and...yes...intrepid reporter Jack McGee.

A very good Season Two episode of "The Incredible Hulk". Lovely surroundings provide plenty of good atmosphere and the near love story between Banner and the disgraced doctor is well handled. As always there are two solid Hulk-outs here and some decent action to wrap things up.

Bixby does great work as always and it's always fun to see Jack Colvin chewing up the scenery as Jack McGee.


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