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Quote1 Have you ever read Robert Louis Stevenson? Treasure Island? Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde? Quote2
--David Banner, explaining to Carolyn Fields why he's allowed himself to be considered dead.

Appearing in "Married"

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  • Brad (Only Appearance)[1]
  • Mark (Only Appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "Married"

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Notes

Production Notes

  • This episode is a special, feature-length episode, exceeding the usual time frame.
  • David transforms into the Hulk 4 times in this episode (discounting dreams).
  • David has 4 dreams in which he and the Hulk appear together.

Continuity Notes

  • This episode explores David's relationship with the Hulk more, and the Hulk is shown to be quite hostile towards David when they meet inside his mind. Carolyn helps David try to subdue and control the creature in his mind, resulting in several meetings between David and Hulk inside David's mind, in which the Hulk tries more than once to kill him.
  • Though she only appeared once, Carolyn Fields proves to be a very prominent figure in the continuity of the show, as she tries to help David rid himself of the Hulk, and she is also shown to be one of, if not his most, important love-interest in the series, as she is shown again in multiple flash backs in subsequent episodes.

Chronology Notes

There are several flashbacks in this episode, but there is one in particular that affects the chronology of the following characters:

The scene in which David explains his previous engagement to Carolyn: David Banner talks about his previous engagement to Laura Banner, mainly talking about her death in a car accident, and how David didn't have enough strength to save her resulting in his attempts to awaken the inner superhuman strength through gamma radiation.


Trivia

  • Mariette Hartley won a Primetime Emmy award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her performance in this episode, making it the first Emmy nomination and win for a television series based on a Marvel Comics property.
  • This episode was released as a movie in parts of Europe with the title, The Bride of the Incredible Hulk.


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Footnotes

  1. 1.0 1.1 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks