The Incredible Hulk

Season 3 Episode 18

The Psychic

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Feb 22, 1980 on CBS
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A woman with psychic powers identifies David as the Hulk's alter-ego. While the Hulk is a suspect in the slaying of a teenager, the woman predicts that Jack McGee will be murdered by the real killer unless our hero intervenes.

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Brenda Benet

Brenda Benet

Annie Caplan

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Nick Pellegrino

Nick Pellegrino

Manager

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Sue Ann Gilfillan

Sue Ann Gilfillan

Switchboard Supervisor

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Annie: I was just trying to warn someone.
      Switchboard Supervisor: You're not being paid to save the world, you're being paid to answer the switchboard.

    • Jack McGee: It was an accident, wasn't it?
      Johnny: What's the difference? you think the judge will go easy on me because I only meant to smash a cop...instead of my friend?

    • Manager: (Criticizing Annie Caplan's reluctance to contact the National Register about the Hulk) You're feeling sorry for a guy who's a public menace?

    • (David is on the verge of jumping to his death)
      Annie: David, suicide is not the answer. It's not going to bring that boy back to life.
      David: This isn't a suicide, this is an execution.

  • NOTES (4)

    • The arena where McGee is interviewing Johnny appears to be the same arena where "The Final Round" in season one was filmed.

    • alias: not given

    • job: grocery store

    • Guest-star Brenda Benet was Bill Bixby's wife. By the time this episode had originally aired, however, the couple were divorced and fighting over custody of their son Christopher. One year later, in March of 1981, Christopher died of a throat infection at the age of six. Consumed with grief, Benet killed herself in 1982. (Ironically, her character, Annie Caplan, was admittedly suicidal over a past failure to save a child!)

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