The Incredible Hulk

Season 1 Episode 4

Terror in Times Square

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Mar 31, 1978 on CBS
8.2
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David Banner discovers a murder plot while working in a Times Square arcade, where the owner is being extorted to pay for protection.

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  • The Hulk vs. New York traffic

    8.5
    When many people think of "The Incredible Hulk" series, the image of Lou Ferrigno charging through Times Square comes to mind, even for non-fans or casual viewers. That may be the most indelible image of the series -- a green giant in tattered clothing running down Broadway in the middle of a cold, gray winter's day.



    The plot doesn't too much matter in this episode, since we all know where the Big Green Guy ends up in the end. Much more typical of episodes from later seasons, "Terror in Times Square" is a solid hour of entertainment that's enjoyed best if the viewer doesn't fret too much over the details.



    It's just good TV. Plus, the look on the cabbie's face when he sees the Hulk in his rear view mirror is classic!moreless

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  • TRIVIA (4)

    • It appears that during the transformation scene in the cab, a shot appears to be out of sequence. As the transformation is in progress, we see several shots of David's shirt ripping and his skin turning green. In the next shot of the cab driver telling David to "keep his shirt on," we can see David (though partially) in the background with his shirt still intact, his skin a normal color, but we hear the Hulk's gutteral growls. In the very next shot, we see the Hulk!

    • We see David take two shirts after changing back from the Hulk in a New York alley & it's obvious he's wearing both of them later when he unlocks the safe in Jason's office. So why doesn't he take off one & use it so he doesn't leave any fingerprints rather than using a pen to put the ledger in an envelope (& risking dropping it) & then wrapping the statue in brown paper that makes a lot of noise every time he touches it & making it more likely someone will hear him?

    • Alias: David Blake
      Job: Arcade Worker
      City/State: New York, NY

    • In one scene of the Hulk running down the streets of New York, you can see green slippers on Lou Ferrigno's feet.

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