Season 4, Episode 7
|Airdate||January 16th, 1981|
|Producer||Stephen Caldwell; Alan Cassidy; Nicholas Corea; Jill Donner; Karen Harris; Kenneth Johnson; Robert Bennett Steinhauer|
|Starring||Bill Bixby; Jack Colvin; Lou Ferrigno|
|Previous||"Bring Me the Head of the Hulk"|
|Next||"Goodbye, Eddie Cain"|
"Fast Lane" is the seventh episode of season four of the live-action superhero fantasy series The Incredible Hulk and the sixty-fifth episode of the series overall. The episode was directed by Frank Orsatti with a script and teleplay written by Reuben Leder. It first aired on CBS on Friday, January 16th, 1981.
Principal Cast Edit
|Bill Bixby||Doctor David Banner|
|Jack Colvin||Jack McGee |
|Lou Ferrigno||The Hulk|
Guest Stars Edit
|Robert F. Lyons||Joe Conti|
|Lee de Broux||Leo|
|Charlie Picerni||Security guard|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is included on disc two of the Incredible Hulk: The Complete Fourth Season DVD collection, and disc sixteen of the Incredible Hulk: The Complete Series DVD boxset collection.
- This episode is production code number: 55414. 
- Actor Jack Colvin is credited in this episode, but the character of Jack McGee does not make an appearance.
- Actor Charlie Picerni is uncredited for his participation in this episode in the role of a security guard.
- Actor Dick O'Neill is also known for playing a character named Cyrus T. McCormack in the season five episode, "The Phenom".
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