David 'Bentzen' tries to help a young widow and her baby get away from a living with criminal hick brother in law.

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... Dr. David Banner
... Jack McGee (credit only)
... The Incredible Hulk
... Nat
Bruce Wright ... Ben
Taylor Lacher ... Red
... Rachel
... Hugh (as Art La Fleur)
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David 'Bentzen' tries to help a young widow and her baby get away from a living with criminal hick brother in law.

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15 May 1981 (USA)  »

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Instead of the familiar piano music at the end of end of every episode, this episode ended with the "Lonely Man" theme being played with a harmonica. See more »

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In the first hulk-out scene you can clearly see the split boots, but when David unhulks David is wearing boots See more »

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Nat: You know, I once knew a man, and when he cheated on his wife, he used to bring home a turkey. He used to stay out all night long, and he'd tell her that he was at the Men's Rotary club, and he won the turkey in a raffle! I always wondered what would happen if she got tired of drumsticks.
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The Baby
22 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

David Banner(Bill Bixby) is traveling along the back roads of America when he befriends a young woman named Rachel(played by Robin Dearden) and her baby, who are fleeing from thieves led by her brother-in-law Nat(played by Don Stroud) who is part of a team that's been stealing tractors, and target David because of his helping Rachel. When the Hulk makes an appearance, it scares them off temporarily, but soon they are back in pursuit of them for reasons soon to be revealed... Not bad episode doesn't offer much that is new, but does have good performances and a pleasant harmonica version of the "Lonely Man Theme" at the end, a nice touch.


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