David hooks up with a lone biker who's wanted by the police for questioning and by his club for deserting them.

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Jack McGee (credit only)
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Carl Rivers
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David hooks up with a lone biker who's wanted by the police for questioning and by his club for deserting them.

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Carl Rivers: Man, there's only two kinds of bikers: Those who crash and those who're gonna crash. Hey, ain't never tried drivin' with a busted wing before...
Dr. David Bruce Banner: Hey, wait a minute, you can't do that.
Carl Rivers: You don't see anybody around here making house calls, do you?
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The Biker
20 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) is traveling along a desert road when he reluctantly accepts a ride from a motorcyclist named Carl Rivers(played by Paul Koslo) who it turns out is a nice guy but on the run from both his former biker gang the Barbarians, and wanted for questioning by the police due to the illegal activities the club engaged in, which forced Carl to leave. After an accident results in Carl breaking an arm, David is forced to drive the bike himself as they must flee for their lives, even as David tries to persuade him to turn himself in to the police. Exciting episode avoids clichés to tell an intelligent story that explores common stereotypes about bikers that Carl is forced to deal with. Koslo is also good as well.


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