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|The Incredible Hulk The Complete Second Season|
Actors: Bill Bixby, Lou Ferrigno, Jack Colvin, Michael Santiago, Gerald McRaney
Directors: Barry Crane, Chuck Bowman, Frank Orsatti, James D. Parriott, Jeffrey Hayden
Genres: Action & Adventure, Drama, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television
Hit the road again with mild-mannered scientist David Banner (Primetime Emmy Award nominee Bill Bixby) as all 22 Season Two episodes of The Incredible Hulk smash onto DVD for the first time! After accidental exposure to g... more »
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Great Show, I hope Universal release all 5 seasons, soon
Metch | 06/01/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The Second season aired from September 22, 1978 until May 25, 1979 for a total of 23 episodes and they are as follows:
13- Married (Part 1) 9/22/1978
14- Married (Part 2) 9/22/1978
15- The Antowuk Horror 9/29/1978
16- Ricky 10/6/1978
17- Rainbow's End 10/13/1978
18- A Child in Need 10/20/1978
19- Another Path 10/27/1978
20- Alice in Disco Land 11/3/1978
21- Killer Instinct 11/10/1978
22- Stop the Presses 11/24/1978
23- Escape from Los Santos 12/1/1978
24- Wildfire 1/17/1979
25- A Solitary Place 1/24/1979
26- Like a Brother 1/31/1979
27- The Haunted 2/7/1979
28- Mystery Man (Part 1) 3/2/1979
29- Mystery Man (Part 2) 3/9/1979
30- The Disciple 3/16/1979
31- No Escape 3/30/1979
32- Kindered Spirits 4/6/1979
33- The Confession 5/4/1979
34- The Quiet Room 5/11/1979
35- Vendetta Road 5/25/1979
Great, so know we only have three seasons and 48 episodes left before we own the complete 5 Seasons (total 83 episodes), I just hope that Universal releases all the remaining seasons very soon.
Thanks and have a nice day :)
The Incredible Journey Continues With Arguably Its Strongest
Ervin Griffin | Bluefield, WV | 07/17/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"While all the seasons of The Incredible Hulk had its share of good and great eppys, season 2 was arguably the strongest of all of them with the classics "Married" and "Mystery Man" as well as good episodes like "A Child In Need," "The Antowuk Horror", "Rainbow's End" and "Another Path."
Here is what you'll see:
Married - One of the legendary episodes from the whole series. Here we see Dr. Banner travel to Hawaii to consult Dr. Carolyn Fields about his condition. The relationship turns from doctor/patient into love but ends in tragedy in this gripping two hour episode! Bonus commentary that was originally featured on this eppy by Kenneth Johnson on the "The Incredible Hulk: Original Television Movie" is also on this release.
The Antowuk Horror - After an encounter with The Hulk, a local resident create their own "Hulk" to try to increase the tourist dollars.
Ricky - A mentally challenged young man is duped into driving a defective car in a demolition derby.
Rainbow's End - Seeing how a special indian compound worked to calm a wild horse, Dr. Banner seeks the remedy for his own terrible condition. He also must prevent the murder of this same horse.
A Child In Need - While working as a gardner, David runs across an abused child. While trying to investigate this, he tangles with the child's father. The Hulk dishes his own lesson to the abusive parent.
Another Path - While traveling, David meets Li Song, a blind martial artist that suggests his own techniques may be the path to controling The Hulk.
Alice In Disco Land - Dr. Banner encounters a child from his past (who is now an adult) with a drinking problem.
Killer Instinct - David befriends a football player named Johnny whose own aggression is out of control both on and off the football field.
Stop The Presses - A young reporter uses questionable means to gain a story on a local restaurant. David goes to stop the story because one of the pictures has a clear shot of him and could expose him!
Escape From Los Santos - While traveling west, David is framed as an accomplice with a woman (who is also innocent) for the murder of her own husband!
Wildfire - A saboteur tries to stop drilling on an oil site until The Hulk intervenes.
A Solitary Place - David goes to Mexico to find solitude in order to avoid changing into his green alter-ego. Unfortunately, trouble finds him as a fellow doctor seeks her own refuge.
Like A Brother - A battle between a local preacher and a drug dealer brings The Hulk into the fray! I personally call this one "Hulk In Da Hood!" LOL!
The Haunted - While working as a moving man, David finds a young woman haunted by a childhood tragedy.
Mystery Man, Pt. 1 - In this legendary two-parter, David suffers a bout of amnesia due to a car accident as well as facial burns. His only link to his memory lies with his enemy Jack McGee!
Mystery Man, Pt. 2 - While traveling to Los Angeles, David and Jack's plane crashes down in the wilderness and the two men are fighting both nature and a forrest fire! Also, McGee gains a huge clue into the identity of The Hulk!
The Disciple - In a follow up to "Another Path," David returns to an ailing Li Sung and helps a police officer see the blind man's wisdom. The officer is played by 80's rock star Rick Springfield.
No Escape - The Hulk accidentally helps a deranged man escape custody. Now, he must correct his error.
Kindred Spirits - David hooks up with an expedition that may hold a clue in how to control or cure his transformations. Guest stars a young Kim Catrell (long before her Sex And The City days).
The Confession - A lonely man, after an encounter with The Hulk, claims to be the creature's alter-ego!
The Quiet Room - David encounters a doctor who uses mind control to control his patients.
Vendetta Road - A young couple tries to bring down an oil company they believe was responsible for a loved one's death.
Homecoming - In a taste of Season 3, we see David revealing to his father and sister that he is in fact alive! Meanwhile, a local tycoon wants David's dad to give up his land so he can build and will do anything (including murder) to see it happen. Another pivitol and legendary show from the series.
Overall, a very good purchase!"
With Married, Mystery Man. Best Hulk season ever.
Classic Lover | 04/24/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Incredible Hulk season 2 is best Hulk season ever , in my opinion. Yes, season 1 had two part pilot movie and many classic episodes. (Hulk breaks Las Vegas is my personal favorite) Season 3 is another great season but weaker efforts are some of the worst Hulk episodes ever. Season 4 is possibly second best season for Incredible Hulk series. You have two part classic episode PROMETHEUS and another memorable two parter THE FIRST is also one of season 4's highlights. But, no other season can't touched season 2. This season had two of the best Hulk episodes ever and other episodes are all noteworthy and some of them is truly incredible.
Season 2's highlights are two two-part episodes. MARRIED is most emotional Hulk episode, and this is indeed touching, unforgettable episode. Also, this episode was Emmy-award winner (best actress category for tv series) I love this episode. Another two parter MYSTERY MAN is one of the best episodes in entire Hulk series. David Benner and Jack Mcgee met and their weird situations really progressed, viewer never expecting what happen will be next, and results are truly memorable. Don't miss this essential episode.
Season 2 had many more one hour classic episodes. A CHILD IN NEED, STOP THE PRESSES (also appearing as a bonus feature for Hulk season 1 dvd set), ALICE IN DISCO LAND are all entertaining, sometimes very touching episodes. But, actually there're no weaker efforts in season 2. Entire season is full of well-made, well-written episodes. And, without a doubt season 2 is my choice for best Incredible Hulk season.
Season 1 is great collection and quality is very good. I hope season 2 is same kind of high quality product, and very happy episodes like MARRIED, MYSTERY MAN and A CHILD IN NEED are finally releasing dvd collection. Thanks for reading."
The Hulk at its best!
Barry Allen | 05/14/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"While season one of The Incredible Hulk was rushed by CBS and at times stumbled in trying to find its groove, season two establishes a formula that remains constant for the duration of season two's 22 episodes.
Gone are the days of Banner getting his butt kicked, or being tied up and thrown into a pit, or combine, or wrestling cage. Instead, Banner's life is threatened maybe once or twice this season, and the majority of these episodes deal with Banner helping someone in peril: a woman with a debilitaing illness (Married), an alcoholic (Alice in Disco Land), and a derranged writer (No Escape).
While most of the episodes end with The Hulk exacting revenge on several of his tormentors, "A Child In Need" focuses on one individual whom The Hulk teaches quite a lesson. An episode leftover from season one, "A Child in Need" was almost not aired by CBS at the time due to its rather sensitive content (child abuse). In the end, The Hulk gives the episode's antagonist a taste of his own medicine. No multiple bad guys, no police, just The Hulk and his adversary mono y mono. The end result is perhaps the most powerful scene in the entire five year run of the show that still strikes an emotional cord 30 years later.
The only real less than stellar episodes for the season are "Wildfire," "A Solitary Place," and the season finale "Vendetta Road." By the end of this season, The Hulk's TV popularity was unquestionable. Although there are some exceptional episodes from seasons three and four, this was as good as The Hulk would get as far as overall season quality goes. For the 1979-80 season, the writers began to tinker with the formula, and the results were sometimes less than spectacular."