When David rents a small, inconspicuous apartment in Chinatown, he unwittingly puts himself in the line of fire of some Chinese gangsters.
David Banner is unknowingly living with a fortune in gold hidden in his apartment which a gang is after. To get to the gold, the gang "treats" Banner to a Chinese bride and a lethal fish dinner. The gang gets a large dose of the Hulk in return.
David Banner is paralyzed in an accident.
David Banner is confined to a wheelchair after an auto accident and is a helpless bystander while a fellow paraplegic attempts to rob a bank. The Hulk not only is able to prevent the robbery, but to put Banner back on his feet. Actor Denny Miller guest stars as Paul.
For the sake of an unwed mother and her unborn child, Caine (DAVID CARRADINE) champions an aging tong leader who is under a sentence of death.
Without returning violence for violence, Caine (DAVID CARRADINE) ends the tyranny of a "Chinese Mafia" and liberates a boy slave.
Just before the new baby is due, Larry Tate orders Darrin to fly to Japan with a client. Mr. Tanaka. Darrin refuses to leave Samantha, and Larry threatens to fire him. As Darrin tells what happened, Endora casts a spell, splitting him in two. On board the plane, Darrin talks business as Mr. Tanaka eyes the stewardess. At home, Darrin 2 hovers over Samantha until she sends him out to play golf. Darrin 1 is entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Tanaka, also very pregnant. Tanaka is puzzled when Endora whisks him out and Darrin 2 appears, ready for golf. After he confides his wife is having a baby too, Tanaka prepares to drive him to the airport, but he disappears. With some difficulty, Endora puts Darrin back together again. Later, Larry brings him a bonus, explaining that Tanaka was impressed by his devotion to his wife and to his business.
Endora takes a hand when Darrin is torn between Samantha and a business deal.
Napoleon and Illya chase a top THRUSH nuclear scientist to the Wild West, tracking him inside an Indian reservation in Oklahoma.
Tony insists that Jeannie stop waiting on him. Jeannie takes the sacred oath of the genies to refuse any further request for help he might make. Then Tony is kidnapped by two Chinese secret agents, Wong and Chan, and Jeannie turns down his plea for help. She tells Roger that because of her oath she would lose her supernatural powers if she aids Tony, but agrees to let Roger know what is happening to him. From then on, she pops back and forth where Tony is being held prisoner and informs Roger what progress Tony's captors are making in forcing him to reveal the details of a secret space program. Hearing Roger's reports, Dr. Bellows and General Peterson are uncertain who has flipped his lid. The Princess, who is the top secret agent, tells Tony he is to be removed from the country. General Peterson hearing Roger's report from Dr. Bellows, is sure the doctor is suffering hallucinations. Jeannie reveals she will turn to dust if she helps Tony but tells Roger she could help Tony if Roger became her master. He does so. Jeannie rescues Tony and then persuades Roger to return her to Tony. Questioned about the events, Tony tells Dr. Bellows and General Peterson it is the plot for a show he and Roger are writing. At home, Tony gratefully accepts Jeannie's help.
Tony insists that Jeannie stop waiting on him.
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