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Goodbye, Eddie Cain

Goodbye Eddie Cain

Episode
8 of season 4
Director
Jack Colvin
Writer
Nicholas Corea
Original airdate
January 23, 1981
Alias
David Benedict
Location
Los Angeles
Preceded by
Followed by

King of the Beach is episode 65 of the live-action TV series The Incredible Hulk. It originally aired on January 23, 1981, on CBS.

SummaryEdit

A 1940s-style private investigator tries to explain to the police how the murder about which he is being interrogated relates to a large, green creature and a mysterious gardener.

CastEdit

  • Bill Bixby as David Banner
  • Lou Ferrigno as The Hulk
  • Cameron Mitchell as Eddie Cain
  • Jennifer Holmes as Vicki Lang
  • Anthony Caruso as Danny Romero
  • Gordon Connell as Mac
  • Thomas McGreevy as Sheehan
  • Roscoe Born as Sheldon
  • Donna Marshall as Norma Crespi Lang
  • Ray Laska as Jack Lewis
  • Virginia Hahn as Mrs. Stauros

HighlightsEdit

4-64 Goodbye, Eddie Cain

Ending sequence (same as in "Falling Angels")

  • A light-hearted episode with a neat twist in that it is told from another character's perspective.
  • Hulk-out 1: Coming to the aid of the gumshoe in the garage who is being beaten up for not minding his own business, and getting beaten up himself, kicked under a low riding sportscar that has been jacked up for repairs, and whose jack is removed so that the car can fall on David
  • Hulk-out 2: Being caught at the old studio backlot with the same gumshoe, by same nasty bad guys, and trying to run away so as not to get angry with them, only to have them pull a heavy old scene facade down on top of him 

QuotesEdit

It was a big green thing, and it definitely wasn't happy about something. —Eddie Cain (in voiceover after 1st Hulk-out)
It was that green thing again, and it still wasn't happy. —Eddie Cain (in voiceover after 2nd Hulk-out)

TriviaEdit

This is the first Hulk episode directed by Jack Colvin (he would also direct "East Winds").

Jennifer Holmes previously appeared in the season three episode "Metamorphosis".