The Incredible Hulk: Season 4, Episode 7

Fast Lane (16 Jan. 1981)

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David 'Brendan' is driving a car from LA to New York, unaware there's a large sum of dirty money in the back. Both a couple of mechanics and the mob want it back.



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David 'Brendan' is driving a car from LA to New York, unaware there's a large sum of dirty money in the back. Both a couple of mechanics and the mob want it back.

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Nancy: A million and a half dollars?
Callahan: Yeah, right in the trunk.
Nancy: [to David] I guess that kind of does explain things.
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Yeah.
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Road Trip Hulk
27 December 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

David (Bixby) is driving to New York in a second hand car that unbeknown to him, is filled with over a million dollars in mob money. Two former racing car drivers (Lyons & de Broux) now working as auto mechanics, discover the contents and devise a plan to carjack Bixby en route, steal the booty and finance their return to motorsport. Naturally not everything goes to plan as mob middle-man (O'Neill), double-crossing enforcer (Doubleday) and a hard-luck waitress (Carroll) whom David picks up for the ride, complicate matters.

Good supporting cast with Carroll's blonde mop-top hitch-hiker providing the feel-good sub-plot as she makes her way to reunite with her young daughter, while veteran Dick O'Neill is bullied and harassed by perennial movie bad-guy Frank Doubleday ("Escape from New York"), who resembles a younger, leaner Klaus Kinski - maniacal stare included. Alex "Incredible Melting Man" Rebar makes a brief, more robust appearance here, as the head thug who roughs up O'Neill.

After being repeatedly punctured by a cacti bush, Bixby undergoes his first metamorphosis, and the subsequent car-lifting climax makes for a memorable "Hulk-out" moment. Usual plot holes aside, this multi-dimensional storyline is certainly among the best of the series, with another fitting - albeit bittersweet - conclusion.

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