David finds himself traveling home to Treverton, Grail Valley for Thanksgiving where his sister, who is also scientist, asks him to help find a way to save the family farm from being sold to a land developer.

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David finds himself traveling home to Treverton, Grail Valley for Thanksgiving where his sister, who is also scientist, asks him to help find a way to save the family farm from being sold to a land developer.

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Fred Rogers famously visited the set of this episode to show his young viewers how the series was made. See more »

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As the Hulk runs from Helen's house, his wig blows in the wind. Lou Ferrigno's black hair is visible; also the top of his ear has no green makeup on it. See more »

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Eckart: Now D.W., I am not quite the villain you're trying to make my out to be.
D.W. Banner: You want the Grail valley, you want my farm. That means you want my life.
Eckart: I just want to start building the future. There's no reason you can't be part of it.
D.W. Banner: Why don't you save you're speeches for your stock brokers?
Eckart: D.W., my model city will become reality.
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Thanksgiving
20 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) decides to go back to his childhood home in Grail Valley Colorado for Thanksgiving, even though both his sister Helen(played by Diana Muldaur) and estranged father(played by John Marley) believe him dead after the Culver Institute explosion. Stunned but pleased to learn he is alive, his sister tells him that their family farm is being targeted by real estate developers and threatened by a plague of bugs. David helps out as much as possible, but still has trouble with his father, but after the Hulk makes an appearance, the inevitable arrival of Mr. McGee(Jack Colvin) threatens his chances of spending Thanksgiving dinner with them... Heartfelt and revelatory episode has fine performances and bittersweet end, even if it is too short and over-plotted.


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