David 'Bishop' contacts native American Thomas Logan, who has developed a herbal compound to calm down high strung racing horses, hoping it might cure his condition.

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David 'Bishop' contacts native American Thomas Logan, who has developed a herbal compound to calm down high strung racing horses, hoping it might cure his condition.

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GG's Hulk
9 December 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

David Banner (Bixby) manages to persuade American Indian horse-trainer (Romero) to give him a go as a stable-hand, after Bixby discovers that Romero uses an ancient concoction to aid the performance of his employer's racehorses. But when Bixby discovers that Romero's drug is being laced with acid he suspects there may be sinister forces at work, conspiring to affect the outcome of races as a result of a sour horse-trade that occurred some years earlier.

Low-key instalment had an intriguing prospect in the natural medicine antidote, but it was overtaken by the feuding horse-trading saga. There's an energetic scene in which Bixby rallies to save the star-runner from a burning barn which predictably raises his green ire, showing once again that the Hulk is really a friend to all creatures, great and small (except those who misbehave). Overall, I found this episode only mediocre.


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