After meeting a kindred soul in Annie, a young psychic who learns his secret just by touching him, David is devastated when the creature appears to have caused the death of a young man. He ... See full summary »

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Johnny Wolff (as Stephen Fenning)
Judy Jean Berns ...
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After meeting a kindred soul in Annie, a young psychic who learns his secret just by touching him, David is devastated when the creature appears to have caused the death of a young man. He resolves to take drastic measures, until Annie foresees the death of Jack McGee. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Just before the camera focuses on Annie's spilling coffee cup in the hospital waiting room, the PA announces "Dr Corea to O.R." (Nicholas Corea was a producer on the show). See more »

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In the scene where the Hulk rescues a man from a hospital fire, the sound microphone can be clearly seen while the hospital staff is trying to extinguish the fire. See more »

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Annie Caplan: David, suicide is not the answer, it is'nt going to bring that boy back.
Dr. David Bruce Banner: This is'nt a suicide, it's an execution.
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20 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

David Banner is working in a store when lonely telephone operator and psychic Annie Caplan(played by Bixby's ex-wife Brenda Benet) brushes against him, triggering a vision of future violence and tragedy that she becomes determined to warn him about, as well as learning his secret about the Hulk. Later, when the Hulk is implicated in the death of a teenage boy and gang member, David becomes distraught, and contemplates suicide, but Annie tries to comfort him into reconsidering, and when she also sees Mr. McGee being shot and killed, prods David into saving his life too. Outstanding episode is the best of the series, with stellar lead performances, especially Bixby who was never better, particularly in the scene where he silently tears up upon learning of the boy's death. That he didn't win an Emmy is a disgrace, because it is acting at its finest. Superlative script and direction, with a genuinely moving story later made even more poignant when Benet killed herself a year after their son died tragically. Never before have the lives of Bill Bixby and David Banner been more intertwined. A masterpiece of television not to be missed.


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