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 ...
Waitress
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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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Louie: You know there's a ten thousand dollar reward for that green thing? Ten thousand dollars! That makes the dance contest money look like busfare.
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The Lonely Man theme...disco style
7 September 2009 | by (Iceland) – See all my reviews

David gets a blast from the past when he encounters teenager Alice, a girl whom he knew years back when she was little. He sees she's having trouble with alcohol and feeling suicidal and decides to intervene on her behalf, needing the Hulk to save the day. Reporter Jack McGee shows up and David winds up getting in trouble with the owners of the bar he's currently working at.

This is what "The Incredible Hulk" does very well; confronting a social issue while maintaining the struggle David goes through by helping others while trying to stay under the radar. The Hulk action here is minimum but there's a great disco feel throughout here and the final showdown is fun, accompanied by a disco-theme version of "The Lonely Man" piano theme.

Overall a solid Season 2 episode from the series.


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