When David stumbles into the bee hive, it's obvious that the bees that weren't drawn into the screen in post-production were actually paste-ons on David's body.
Prometheus was a rebel god in Greek Mythology.
Jack McGee: (to Captain Welsh) Enjoy your exercise.
David: (seeing a reflection of his half-Hulk/half-human self) It's never happened like this... never before.
(Katie inadvertantly knocks a fragile item off her piano)
Katie: Then I heard they're going to make a Katie Maxwell doll. You wind her up, she walks into a piano.
David: Maybe just a little bitter?
Katie: Maybe just a little.
Pilot: Captain...what crashed up there anyway?
Captain Welsh: I wish we knew.
Katie: (Apologizing to David for snapping at him) I didn't mean to bite the hand that saved me.
Capt. Adam Welsh: Do you live near here, sir?
Jack McGee: No, no, no. I'm just a visitor like yourself, only you brought more friends, some of whom wear strange uniforms. What's going on?
Welsh: (lying) Training exercise.
McGee: Oh really?
McGee: I thought those usually took place on a military reservation.
Welsh: Usually. Not always, as you see.
(McGee points to a soldier wearing a Prometheus uniform)
McGee: What kind of uniform is that?
McGee: On a military exercise?
(A storekeeper has become the latest person to have seen the Hulk)
Storekeeper: Well, uh, how about those ten thousand bucks?
Jack McGee: Well, that's for information leading to the capture.
Storekeeper: Yeah, yeah. You'll get him.
Jack: Well, maybe this time we will.
(David and a blind Katie feel the impact of the meteor crashing to the ground)
David: Maybe I should go take a look.
Katie: Wish I could say the same.
Guest star Laurie Prange also co-starred in the second pilot episode "Death In the Family" in 1977.
Portions of footage from the beginning of this episode set at the lake in Utah were recycled from the 1974 movie "The Parallax View." On his episode commentary, writer-director Kenneth Johnson explained that stars Bill Bixby and Laurie Prange were even costumed so that they would be indistinguishable from actors who were present in the stock footage.
The 1980-81 season was delayed by an actor's strike. As a result, The Incredible Hulk's fourth season consisted of 18 first-run episodes, instead of the usual average of 22.
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