When Patricia Steinhouer takes over her fathers duties at the National Register, she takes Jack McGee off the Hulk story. Jack, who's obsession with the Hulk makes him see the green Goliath everywhere, tries to convince her otherwise.
Did You Know?
Series lead Bill Bixby
was not involved in the filming of this episode, which uses several clips from previous segments, and appears, quite briefly, in only a couple of the extracts, with a facially obscured stand-in setting up the climactic "Hulk-out" sequence. The story actually focuses on Jack McGee and the effects his pursuit of the Hulk has had upon his life. See more
During this story, which takes place largely at the "National Register" editorial offices in Chicago, Illinois, Jack McGee books a commercial flight from Chicago to Gary, Indiana, when he gets a report of a Hulk sighting there. However, in real life Gary, IN, is less than 40 miles from the southeast Chicago city limits. See more
You're a woman of rare qualities, Miss Steinhauer. You know I think that I would have noticed that about you sooner, If you weren't so good at hiding your feelings.
What makes you say that?
Old clichee: we recognize in others the little things that we do not like in our selves.