The Incredible Hulk (1978–1982)
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Deep Shock 

After the Hulk takes a jolt of electricity while saving a co-worker at the Tres Lobos Power plant, David 'Benton' begins to get psychic premonitions.

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The Incredible Hulk
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Robert Hackman ...
Walt
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After the Hulk takes a jolt of electricity while saving a co-worker at the Tres Lobos Power plant, David 'Benton' begins to get psychic premonitions.

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The Hulk gets shocked when he grabbed the power cable; but he grabbed it by the insulation, not the sparkling end, so he shouldn't have been electrified. See more »

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Edgar Tucker: You ought to think twice before you throw away human beings, Buchanan. You might need one of them to turn of the juice when things go wrong!
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The Power
21 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) takes a job at a power plant that is having union problems with management. After an accident resulting in a severe electrical shock when he saved the life of a co-worker named Edgar Tucker(played by Tom Clancy), David awakens in a hospital with a ringing in his ears and the power to see the near future, which involves that same co-worker taking drastic action against management by holding the plant hostage. David resolves to stop this situation before it has the chance to develop, assuming of course he can... Decent episode develops its premise in an interesting manner, even if it's not anywhere near the league of 'The Psychic'.


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