David and Carolyn marry in Honolulu, Hawaii and continue to work to find a cure for both their afflictions in a race against time.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Jack McGee
The Incredible Hulk
Diane Markoff ...
Duncan Gamble ...
Conservative Man
Nat Jones ...
1st Messenger
Russell Takaki ...
2nd Messenger


Making his way to Honolulu, David Banner seeks out the help of Dr. Carolyn Fields, a noted psychiatrist and hypnotherapist whom he hopes could help him with his bizarre problem. However, she initially refuses, citing severe concerns of her own. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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22 September 1978 (USA)  »

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The last act of this two hour movie takes place during a hurricane. Because the filmmakers knew they were going to incorporate grainy stock footage of actual bad weather, they purposely degraded the new footage of David, Carolyn and the Hulk to make it match the stock. See more »


During the final hulk-out scene Carolyn dies in the Hulk's arms and when David unhulks, he is still holding Carolyn in his arms, but on the ring finger of Banner's left hand is his wedding band, fully intact See more »


Dr. Carolyn Fields: At least we never gave up trying.
[with her last strenght she embraces the Hulk]
Dr. Carolyn Fields: Oh, I'll miss you, David.
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Edited into The Incredible Hulk: A Solitary Place (1979) See more »

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7 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

This 2-parter ranks right up there with the absolute best of The Incredible Hulk television series episodes. David Banner (Bill Bixby) flies to Hawaii in his ever-continuing search to cure those pesky green transformations of his... and winds up falling in love with fellow physician Carolyn Fields. Though she is afflicted with her own ailment, the two doctors work valiantly together to cure each other before time runs out.

Guest star Mariette Hartley (who, incidently won the 1979 Emmy for this episode as Best Actress in a Drama series) has some great moments onscreen with both Bixby and Lou Ferrigno (as Banner's alter-ego, The Hulk). I recently saw this for the first time and was completely mesmerized by the quality of the story and the performances! Since "Married" is now widely available on DVD (along with the pilot episode), I HIGHLY recommend adding this to your collection. If this the only exposure you ever have to the series, you won't be disappointed!

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