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During David's 2nd transformation, you can see that the handcuffs are fixed. They're only linked together by a wire hook to make it appear that the hulk snapped them apart.
Nit-pick: After David is flung behind a bush, the guard is standing a mere couple of feet away as he transforms into the Hulk. Surely he would have heard the ripping clothes, etc.? As usual, everyone's attention is distracted during David's transformation!
At the beginning of this episode, there is an explosion over the hill, of what is supposed to be the gas station blowing up. However, it is rather unconvincing. One would expect multiple explosions, followed by a much bigger, longer plume of smoke. The explosion seen here is much to small and brief.
Goof: Before David's first transformation, he's wearing beige/off-white pants; however, during the transformation, the Hulk is wearing blue pants. When the transformation is complete, the Hulk is wearing beige/off-white pants.
When Dr. Hill is lying unconscious on the operation table, there is a metal medical harness on the table over her head, yet when the Hulk picks her up from the table, it has suddenly disappeared!
The Hulk looks up at the television set, which is on, showing of the operation beginning on Dr. Hill, but as he throws a chair at it, causing it to smash and explode, the television set is off.
In the scene as David looks from his window as the patients find the video-tape in the garden, there appears to be no glass in the window.
In Dr. Murrow's office, just before David grabs the video-tape and runs, Murrow says on the phone "I need some assistance in here", to which he adds "...it's a patient". But on the second bit, his mouth is out of sync – it looks as if he originally said "...immediately". (It's quite common for variant lines to be re-recorded and added in post-production).
In the shot of Pamela reaching over the balcony to Harold as she says "Reach for me Harold. Reach!", her mouth is quite visably saying another line.
Nit-pick: When the Hulk throws the bowling ball along the lane, there is no reason that it should cause the pins to shatter and the other ensuing chaos that follows. If it were thrown with enough force that it could cause this, surely is would damage the lane floor as it crashed down onto it?
If you watch the bit where the Hulk throws something through the window to escape it actually hits him before he makes his escape. Watch it and you will see this was not suppose to happen. Quite amusing though.
When David and the girl are in the jeep, Little Jim refers to David as "White Eyes" - Which is an obvious reference to his transformation into the hulk. A nice little in joke.
This episode marks the first time that David refers to "The Hulk" by that name.
During the first Hulk-out, David's jeans are torn off below the knees. Immediately afterwards however, the jeans are once again fully intact.
Nitpick: It appears that Bill Bixby blew his line in the scene where David is trying to tell Jack that they can make it. David briefly refers to Jack as "John".
At 6 minutes into the episode, you can see the Hulk's hair on fire, and then he pats at it and then the fire gets onto his hand.
For some reason, this episode uses the opening theme that eventually becomes regular for season 4 and 5. This is the first time it was used.
After Taylor George gives Mike some money for cleaning the chrome inside his car, he says, "He's a good kid," but you can tell that it's another line. He actually says, "He's a good person."
Malone's lumber company is situated in San Diego, C.A. - the same city where McGee works at the National Register.
In this episode, we find out that David has set a personal record since his last transformation: 32 days.
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