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“Don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry.”

March 8, 2011
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Here’s an episode of the 70s Incredible Hulk series with Bill Bixby, the greatest actor in the history of great acting.

As we all know David Banner could not hold down a job due to what employers called his “anger management” issues but really this is just an excuse for the obvious discrimination against Banner’s skin color. If you were held down by The Man like David, you would be prone to outbursts and flinging cars, too. Banner’s explanation is something about gamma rays but my own theory is “lots of coke and PCP”.

David takes a job at the local pinball arcade, which is surprisingly absent of prostitutes in late-1970s Times Square. While squandering his Doctorate degree on things like emptying coin boxes and mackin’ on the arcade owner’s daughter, he happens upon a mafia-run money skimming operation. And well, you know the rest: peace is achieved through uncontrollable violence.

Look for the awesome Saturday Night Fever product placement towards the end. I wonder how much they had to pay the porno house to use the marquee.

Above: What happens when I don't win a replay.

 

Click here to watch: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7mq3u_the-incredible-hulk-terror-in-times_shortfilms

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