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Series The Incredible Hulk
Release Date October 27, 1996
Episode Number 6
Writer Len Wein
Director Tom Tataranowicz
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Bruce Banner travels to Canada, looking for an old friend, hoping that he would cure him. However, he is unaware that his old friend has some secret and discovering it may cost his life!


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"Stay in the lab!"

-Walter Langkowski

"Get away from there!"


"Oh no! It's surging! Walter! Wake up! ABORT! ABORT!"

-Bruce Banner



  • This is unknown why Bruce's transformation to Hulk wasn't permanent after experiment failed.
  • Sasquatch's claws disappear and reappear throughout his scenes.


  • Sasquatch would appear as a member of Alpha Flight in X-Men's "Repo Man". Meaning, for the two series to exist in the same universe that episode takes place after this one, where Sasquatch has joined the mutant team. Both episodes were written by Len Wein.
  • This is the fourth time in the series where Bruce tries to cure himself.
  • Only appearance of Sasquatch's human form Walter Langkowski.
  • This is the only episode where Betty never mentions Bruce.
  • This is the only episode where Betty is never seen together with Bruce or Hulk.


This is the last time when Genie Francis provides the voice of Betty Ross, before being replaced by Philece Sampler.


In the comics, Sasquatch is a hero but in this episode he is depicted as a villain.


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