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Stop the Presses

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Episode
9 of season 2
Director
Jeffrey Hayden
Writers
Karen Harris, Jill Sherman Donner
Original airdate
November 24, 1978
Location
San Diego, California
Preceded by
Followed by


Stop the Presses is episode twenty-one of the live-action TV series The Incredible Hulk. It originally aired on November 24, 1978 on CBS.

SynopsisEdit

David's picture is taken by an employee of the National Register while working in a restaurant that is the subject of a smear campaign. Now, it is up to David to break into the National Register building and get the picture back before Jack McGee sees it. Unfortunately, Mr. McGee happens to be working late that night!

CastEdit

  • Bill Bixby as David Banner
  • Jack Colvin as Jack McGee
  • Lou Ferrigno as The Hulk
  • Julie Cobb as Jill Norton
  • Mary Frann as Karen Weiss
  • Pat Morita as Fred
  • Art Metrano as Charlie
  • Sam Chew Jr. as Joe Arnold
  • Richard O'Brien as Mark Roberts
  • Judson Pratt as Guard Samuelson
  • Janet Brandt as Lenette Logan
  • Michael Griswold as Mr. Geller
  • Tain Bodkin as Game Warden
  • Sandy Champion as Printer
  • Donald Petrie as Copyboy

HighlightsEdit

  • A light-hearted episode with Pat Morita (The Karate Kid, Happy Days) as a sarcastic chef.

TriviaEdit

  • The name of the National Register's unseen publisher, Robert Steinhauer, is an inside-joke reference to the show's co-producer/unit production manager Robert Bennett Steinhauer.
  • Writers Karen Harris and Jill Sherman Donner used their own first names for the two lead female characters.
  • This episode is the first of four appearances for Mark Roberts, McGee's editor.
  • Mary Frann is best known for playing Joanna on Newhart (1982–90).
  • Julie Cobb is the daughter of actor Lee J. Cobb.

QuotationsEdit

  • "I love brainy dishwashers." —Karen White.

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    • 216.21.169.28 wrote: It is called Broken Image..... Yeah, but it wasn't his twin. It was his doppelganger. I also like "747" ...
    • I also really enjoy the show. My Favorite episodes so far have been "747", "The Antowuk Horror",  "A Child...

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