McGee reluctantly takes on an intern as his assistant, who takes an interest in a lonely little man claiming to be the Hulk. David 'Beeman' worries if the man might actually know his secret identity.

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Harold Milburn
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Pamela Morris
Elaine Joyce ...
Waitress
John Armstrong Marshall ...
Ernie
Angus Duncan ...
Alan O'Neil
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Newsman
Fritzi Burr ...
Gladys
Clint Young ...
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Mrs. Goldsmith (as Holly Irving)
Gloria Delaney ...
Woman At Desk
Yusy Flanigan ...
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McGee reluctantly takes on an intern as his assistant, who takes an interest in a lonely little man claiming to be the Hulk. David 'Beeman' worries if the man might actually know his secret identity.

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The final episode in which Ted Cassidy voices The Hulk. He recorded the growls and roars prior to his death. See more »

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[Jack McGee sees the wreckage in the computer lab]
Alan O'Neil: I have your word, McGee. The article will call this vandalism.
Jack McGee: Yeah well, sure, sure, sure. Of course, off the record you and I both know that it's the Hulk.
Alan O'Neil: I don't know that... and neither will the board of directors, who happen to be deciding on a grant for the computer department.
Jack McGee: Oh, I see. It's what's good PR for a bowling alley isn't necessarily good for a medical center.
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Featured in The Incredible Hulk: Proof Positive (1980) See more »

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The Intern
20 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) becomes concerned when he reads a National Register account of a man named Harold Milburn(played by Barry Gordon) who claims to know the identity of the man who turns into the Hulk. It isn't true, though he was present at the scene of the latest change, and recovered David's torn shirt. Meanwhile, Jack McGee(Jack Colvin) is forced to train an intern(played by Markie Post) who takes an active interest in interviewing Harold, who is a sad man looking for attention, and will get it when David shows up to interview him too... Amusing episode with a nifty notion of Hulk confessors and groupies. Post is appealing here, and a shame her character never returned.


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