THE INCREDIBLE HULK season 3 picks up with David Banner still on the run- and by this time the formula of the show was practically a science. Basically- each episode goes like this: Banner walks into some small town after hulking out. He meets up with the weekly guest star- who more than likely is in some kind of trouble. Banner tries to help them out- but ends up hulking out and making a mess towards the middle of the episode. He then has to sort everything out, and hulks out once more towards the end of the episode to sort out the weekly villain- and then he departs the small town. The last shot, as always, is Banner walking along a lonely road- hitchhiking, while the famous "Lonely Man" theme plays on the soundtrack. Whatever my feeling might be about the show- the "Lonely Man" ending of each episode is great- and makes the show almost worth watching.
Another noteworthy aspect of the show is the late Bill Bixby as Banner. Bixby is a seriously solid actor- and he manages to make even the crappiest episodes (and there are some mighty bad ones in here- like the episode where Banner ends up working at a carnival) watchable. Also- Lou Ferrigno is one seriously cut dude- and he was perfect casting as the Hulk.
While for the most part I was not all that entertained by THE INCREDIBLE HULK (and I'll freely admit that I ended up fast forwding through several of the lamer episodes)- there are some pretty good installments- such as the one where Banner goes home and visits his family, and the wacky episode where the Hulk hooks up with a rock star.
There's also a 3:55 EPK for the new HULK film (which I loved and gave a rave review to a few weeks ago). The box set also contains an 8$ "movie money" ticket to see the film-a although by this point I'm sure anyone who'd buy this set has already seen the film.