David 'Beller' is working as a lumberjack in Jordantown and has begun to fall in love with Gale Weber. Unfortunately, rich tycoon Ellis Jordan has got his mind set on her as well, and his goons try to force David to leave town.

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Ellis Jordan
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George
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Gale Weber
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Les Creaseman
Jerry Sloan ...
Lyle
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John H. Fields ...
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David 'Beller' is working as a lumberjack in Jordantown and has begun to fall in love with Gale Weber. Unfortunately, rich tycoon Ellis Jordan has got his mind set on her as well, and his goons try to force David to leave town.

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Jack McGee's only appearance in the fifth and final season. See more »

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Gale Weber: Who are you to interfere in my life like that? You have no right.
Ellis Jordan: [shouting] I do have a right! I have supported your father for years. I put you through school.
Ellis Jordan: [Takes her face in his hand] I have always... loved you.
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McGee's swansong
18 November 2008 | by (Iceland) – See all my reviews

The Fifth Season of "The Incredible Hulk" only had 7 episodes that are really believed to be part of the shortened 4th Season due to a writers strike in the early 80's. By the end of the Fourth Season the series seemed to be running out of steam and ever since "Interview with the Hulk" the episodes were pretty mediocre.

The Fifth Season started horribly with "The Phenom", which I don't believe was intended as a season opener. "Triangle" was the last episode that was aired until many months later two remaining episodes ("Slaves" and "A Minor Problem") were aired. It's possible that those two episodes were the only real Season 5 episodes.

Anyway, "Triangle" is not half bad. David falls for a local girl and the nutcase with the most influence there tries to run him out of town.

Once again fate rears it's ugly head and prevents David from having a fulfilling existence. He genuinely cares for this woman but after two notable Hulk-outs he must exit the town before relentless reporter Jack McGee tracks him down.

The episode is well acted, has a solid role for Charles Napier and the Hulk action is good. Also, this episode was the swansong in the original series for Jack McGee, who once again misses out on the big story.


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