The Incredible Hulk: Season 2, Episode 16

Mystery Man: Part II (9 Mar. 1979)

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'John Doe' and McGee bond while keeping ahead of the forest fire and a pack of wolves. After transforming into the Hulk, Banner regains his memory and when McGee witnesses a second ... See full summary »

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'John Doe' and McGee bond while keeping ahead of the forest fire and a pack of wolves. After transforming into the Hulk, Banner regains his memory and when McGee witnesses a second transformation, he finally realizes the Hulk is not a green creature full time. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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The recurring atmosphere player (blonde, middle-aged lady) can here be seen playing a nurse at the hospital; at the end, she gives reporter Jack McGee a shot in his buttock. See more »

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When "John Doe" and Jack McGee are talking about gangrene, David calls Jack "John". See more »

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Dr. David Bruce Banner: Why do you want the Hulk so badly?
Jack McGee: Because the Hulk means escape, get it? It's the biggest story of the 20th century. I could win a Pulitzer for journalism. More importantly, I could get off a the Register. I could stop banging out pap for the supermarket masses. I could get my column back, write real stories. Important stories. I could be somebody!
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Solid Hulk episodes
24 August 2007 | by (Iceland) – See all my reviews

Amnesiac Banner (with facial bandages) gets stuck with relentless reporter Jack McGee in a forest after a plain carrying the two crashes.

One of the more celebrated Hulk episodes is good in every way. What's most appealing here is that we get a glimpse into what drives McGee so hard in trying to track down the Hulk.

As usual Bixby is good but Colvin completely owns the show as the dogged reporter. Revealing a more human side to his character, Colvin excels in this two-parter. It just makes it even more sad that the show didn't have a proper conclusion and McGee never found out who the Hulk was.


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