The Incredible Hulk: Season 5, Episode 6

Slaves (5 May 1982)

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David 'Becker' finds himself being forced to dig for gold in a mine for an escaped con and a former prison guard as one of their 'slaves'.


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David 'Becker' finds himself being forced to dig for gold in a mine for an escaped con and a former prison guard as one of their 'slaves'.

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Roy: All I respect is that gold, and I want it just as fast as I can get it and that's where it's at, man!
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The Mine
22 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) is hitchhiking along a desert road when he befriends a stranded woman named Christy(played by Faye Grant). They both accept a ride by a man named Isaac(played by John Hancock) who instead informs them that they are to be used as slaves(along with another man played by Jeffrey Kramer) to dig out his gold mine, and has his henchman Roy(played by Charles Tyner) to back up his threats with guns. How can David get the three of them out of this predicament? Penultimate series episode is also the worst, with a stupid, mundane plot and poorly written characters. Grant and especially Bixby try, but this episode is an embarrassment.

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