David works as a barman at the Pandemonium Disco when he recognizes a teenage girl, Alice, whom he used to know years before. He finds out she has a serious drinking problem, but he doesn't tell her his true identity.

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Alice Morrow
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Louie Sharp
Julie Hill ...
Joan Roberts
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Ernie
Betty Anne Rees ...
Molly Margo
Mo Malone ...
Rosalyn Morrow
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Art Philbin
Freeman King ...
D.J.
Rori Gwynne ...
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Al (as Brian James)
Jennifer Joseph ...
Girl At Disco
Miles McNamara ...
Bernard
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David works as a barman at the Pandemonium Disco when he recognizes a teenage girl, Alice, whom he used to know years before. He finds out she has a serious drinking problem, but he doesn't tell her his true identity.

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The song that Alice and Leo dance to in the contest is a disco version of the iconic end credit song played at the end of each episode. See more »

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D.J.: Alright, that was Louie and his lady. That's right, our own king and queen. And come friday night they'll be struttin' they're stuff, talking their trash and if we get lucky, they may be spending some cash. That's right, once again they will prove that Pandemonium reigns supreme.
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Discoteque Hulk
9 December 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

David Banner (Bixby) now working as a bar-tender in a fashionable disco recognises Alice (Wilkes) as a youngster he met years before, who's now struggling with addiction and associating with unsavoury characters caught up in minor crime and mobster activity.

This episode's highlight is the scene in which David is manhandled and then locked-up by the disco owner's thugs, then emerges as the Hulk to the surprise of the dancing crowd as he strides onto the strobe-lit dance-floor to re-claim Alice whose being subdued against her will by the thugs. I was a little disappointed that big Lou didn't get down and boogie to a disco heave in front of the stunned patrons, instead, distracted by the glitter ball, he takes off. Missed opportunity.

I recognised Wilkes as one of the more prominent stricken teen sailors from "Jaws 2" while brawny Brion James ("48 Hrs", "Enemy Mine") plays one of the thugs who dances with disco Hulk. Not a bad entry paying homage to the disco era in vogue at the time.


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