History Series / TheIncredibleHulk

1st Jul '17 8:14:10 AM allium
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-->-- '''OpeningNarration'''

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'''OpeningNarration'''[[labelnote:*]]Read by Ted Cassidy, aka Lurch from ''Series/TheAddamsFamily''.[[/labelnote]]
10th Jun '17 7:43:27 AM MattP5557
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* AllBikersAreHellsAngels: In "Long Run Home."

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* AllBikersAreHellsAngels: In "Long Run Home."" subverted with Carl Rivers who though he was previously in a gang and has a criminal past is generally a decent guy.
8th Jun '17 7:09:35 PM jonsei93
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* AdaptedOut: Betty and Thunderbolt Ross never appear, though some of David's [[GirlOfTheWeek girls of the week]] could be similar to Betty the role of the guy hunting down the Hulk has been taken over by Jack [=McGee=].

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* AdaptedOut: ''None'' of the supporting characters from the comics (particularly Rick Jones, Betty Ross and General Thunderbolt Ross never appear, though Ross) ever appear. However, some of David's [[GirlOfTheWeek girls of the week]] could be similar to Betty and the role of the guy hunting down the Hulk has been taken over by Jack [=McGee=].



* HeroAntagonist: Jack [=McGee=] genuinely dose think the Hulk is dangerous and won't let others kill him, he could be considered a HeroOfAnotherStory if his presence didn't constantly make David's situation worse.

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* HeroAntagonist: Jack [=McGee=] genuinely dose does think the Hulk is dangerous and a threat to society and, despite that, won't let others kill him, he him. He could be considered a HeroOfAnotherStory if his presence didn't constantly make David's situation worse.
8th Jun '17 5:10:41 PM MattP5557
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* AdaptedOut: Betty and Thunderbolt Ross never appear, though some of David's [[GirlOfTheWeek girls of the week]] could be similar to Betty the role of the guy hunting down the Hulk has been taken over by Jack [=McGee=].



%%* AllBikersAreHellsAngels: In "Long Run Home."
%%* AntiHero: Type III or IV
%%* {{Area 51}}: Prometheus.

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%%* * AllBikersAreHellsAngels: In "Long Run Home."
%%* * AntiHero: Type III or IV
%%* * {{Area 51}}: Prometheus.



%%* CanonForeigner: Jack [=McGee=], the reporter pursuing the Hulk.

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%%* * CanonForeigner: Jack [=McGee=], the reporter pursuing the Hulk.



* TheCasanova / CluelessChickMagnet: David stands somewhere between the two with a little bit of CovertPervert thrown in.



%%* CatScare: "The First, Pt. 1."

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%%* * CatScare: "The First, Pt. 1."


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* HeroAntagonist: Jack [=McGee=] genuinely dose think the Hulk is dangerous and won't let others kill him, he could be considered a HeroOfAnotherStory if his presence didn't constantly make David's situation worse.
27th May '17 2:21:46 AM Maddoxsort
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** Julie in "Death in the Family"; for two-thirds of this two-hour episode, she's about as much use to David as a bag full of sand.

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** Julie in "Death in the Family"; for two-thirds of this two-hour episode, she's about as much use to David as a bag full of sand. Mainly because she's been thoroughly convinced through psychological torment that she's paraplegic and can't fend for herself because of it.
27th May '17 2:16:15 AM Maddoxsort
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* DeadPersonImpersonation: [[spoiler:Renee in "Haunted", whose twin sister drowned when they were children; she pretended to be the dead sister because everyone liked her more.]]

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* CutShort: Season 5 was only a few episodes long. This also goes for the ending of the show itself, as another movie was planned but ultimately cancelled, though this merely served to alter the final outcome of Banner's fate.
* DeadPersonImpersonation: [[spoiler:Renee in "Haunted", whose twin sister drowned when they were children; she pretended to be the dead sister because everyone liked her more. However, the mental trauma she sustained caused it to become an EvilSplitPersonality, making for one of the most shocking plot twists in the series when the facade is revealed.]]


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* GrandFinale: "The Death of the Incredible Hulk", the last of the TV series movies, sees Banner's long search to escape his Hulk metamorphosis come to an end. [[spoiler:Though with a title like that, it's not hard to guess what happens to him in the end...]]
27th May '17 2:06:15 AM Maddoxsort
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** CatchPhrase: David's parting words to [[OneShotCharacter characters of the week]] are often, "You be good to yourself."

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** * CatchPhrase: David's parting words to [[OneShotCharacter characters of the week]] are often, "You be good to yourself."
27th May '17 2:05:46 AM Maddoxsort
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* CartwrightCurse: Goes with David's status as a CosmicPlaything

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* CartwrightCurse: Goes with David's status as a CosmicPlaythingCosmicPlaything. He loses two wives and later [[spoiler:joins them.]]
** CatchPhrase: David's parting words to [[OneShotCharacter characters of the week]] are often, "You be good to yourself."
2nd May '17 7:30:15 AM DarkStorm
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* AllPartOfTheShow: In "My Favorite Magician", David assists an eldery magician. In a number, he is handcuffed in a glass box full of water, placed behind a screen. The hadcuffs' key is supposed to be in the box false bottom, but the magician ''forgot to place it there''. Not finding the key and unable to hold his breath for much longer, David hulks out, breaking out of the box and bringing the screen down. The audience feels baffled for a moment, then applaud. Moments later, a middle-aged couple finds Hulk outside the theater... [[RunningGag and cumpliments his performance]]. When he reacts awkwardly to the camera's flash (yes, they wanted pictures of him), they simply regards it as "show folk" being eccentric.

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* AllPartOfTheShow: In "My Favorite Magician", David assists an eldery elderly magician. In As part of a number, trick, he is handcuffed in a glass box full of water, placed behind a screen. The hadcuffs' handcuffs' key is supposed to be in the box box's false bottom, but the magician ''forgot to place it there''. Not finding the key and unable to hold his breath for much longer, David hulks out, breaking out of the box and bringing the screen down. The audience feels baffled for a moment, then applaud. Moments applauds. A short while later, a middle-aged couple finds the Hulk outside the theater... [[RunningGag and cumpliments compliments his performance]]. When he reacts awkwardly to the camera's flash (yes, they wanted pictures of him), they simply regards regard it as "show folk" being eccentric.
25th Apr '17 1:32:40 PM silverbolt1
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* AllPartOfTheShow: In "My Favorite Magician", David assists an eldery magician. In a number, he is handcuffed in a glass box full of water, placed behind a screen. The hadcuffs' key is supposed to be in the box false bottom, but the magician ''forgot to place it there''. Not finding the key and unable to hold his breath for much longer, David hulks out, breaking out of the box and bringing the screen down. The audience feels baffled for a moment, then applaud. Moments later, a middle-aged couple finds him outside the theater... [[RunningGag and cumpliments his performance]]. When he reacts awkwardly to the camera's flash (yes, they wanted pictures of him), they simply regards is as "show folk" being eccentric.

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* AllPartOfTheShow: In "My Favorite Magician", David assists an eldery magician. In a number, he is handcuffed in a glass box full of water, placed behind a screen. The hadcuffs' key is supposed to be in the box false bottom, but the magician ''forgot to place it there''. Not finding the key and unable to hold his breath for much longer, David hulks out, breaking out of the box and bringing the screen down. The audience feels baffled for a moment, then applaud. Moments later, a middle-aged couple finds him Hulk outside the theater... [[RunningGag and cumpliments his performance]]. When he reacts awkwardly to the camera's flash (yes, they wanted pictures of him), they simply regards is it as "show folk" being eccentric.
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