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"The Psychic" is the eighteenth episode of season three of the live-action superhero fantasy series The Incredible Hulk and the fifty-second regular episode of the series overall (not counting specials). It was directed by Barry Crane with a teleplay written by Karen Harris and Jill Donner based on a story treatment by George Arthur Bloom. It first aired on CBS on Friday, February 22nd, 1980.

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Notes & Trivia Edit

  • This episode is production code number: 53007.
  • This episode includes archival footage of the death of Laura Banner, originally seen in flashback in the beginning of "Pilot (Part 1)".
  • Actress Brenda Benet, who plays Annie Caplan in this episode, was the ex-wife of series star Bill Bixby. They were married on July 4th, 1971 and got divorced in 1979. Playing Annie proved to be one of Brenda's final works in television. On April 7th, 1982, Brenda committed suicide by shooting herself in the head in her West Los Angeles home. Ironically, Brenda's character talks Bill Bixby's character down from committing suicide in this episode.

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Bloopers Edit

  • The man standing on the fire escape in the faraway shots is obviously a stunt double and not Bill Bixby.
  • A boom mike is visible when the hospital workers try to extinguish the fire.

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