The Incredible Hulk
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Darkness and Light: Part 1 - S1-E11

Continuity mistake: The nutrient bath container that separated Banner and Hulk was large enough for both to comfortably fit inside, but when Betty is trying to perform CPR on Banner, you can see an unconscious Hulk still in the container, and it is suddenly barely large enough for him alone to fit inside. The design of the container also changes. (00:14:20)

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Darkness and Light: Part 1 - S1-E11

Continuity mistake: When Hulk is smashing his fists against the cliff walls, he causes Doc Samson to fall off the cliff and into the river near Hulk's feet. A couple of shots later, Samson has disappeared from view and a boulder is there in his place. (00:02:20)

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Mortal Bounds - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: When Gargoyle is standing in the doorway of the hospital room bidding farewell to Banner, they are standing at a straight angle respective to each other. When the shot changes, Banner has moved several feet to the left. (00:20:17)

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Mortal Bounds - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: When Abomination attacks Bruce Banner at the infirmary, he shoots him with a laser blast that leaves a hole in his shirt's chest area. In the next scene after Banner has been taken to Gargoyle's lair, his shirt is no longer damaged. (00:12:45 - 00:13:45)

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Mortal Bounds - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: After Hulk breaks free of the cable Thor wrapped around him, he lands on the street and is hit by a car, which damages its bumper and windshield. When the shot changes the car is suddenly pristine until Thor lands on its hood. (00:06:35)

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Mortal Bounds - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: When Dr. Blake is walking towards the phone, it is resting on its receiver. When the shot changes to him picking the phone up, it is suddenly on a piece of medical equipment.

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Mortal Bounds - S1-E9

Continuity mistake: When Betty is walking through the infirmary, she is walking past a bedridden man to his left. After he reaches out and grabs her by the arm, the shot changes and she is suddenly on his right.

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Fantastic Fortitude - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: When She-Hulk is talking to Hulk by the torch on the Statue of Liberty, she is standing directly in front of the Thing. When the shot changes, she is instantly a few feet away from the Thing. (00:19:57)

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Fantastic Fortitude - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: When the cage is dropped over the Thing, you can see it is a big solid rock slab on top of wooden bars. When the shot changes, the inside of the cage somehow fills up with bananas, even though there was nowhere for them to drop directly into the cage from.

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Fantastic Fortitude - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: When She-Hulk deflects the potted plant that Ogress throws at her, she gets dirt in her hair and on her arms and legs. When the shot changes, her hair and limbs are suddenly clean. (00:10:10 - 00:10:40)

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Fantastic Fortitude - S1-E8

Continuity mistake: When Hulk says "Thing? Hulk enemy," he raises his right fist while standing face-front towards She-Hulk. When the shot changes, his fist is immediately out of shot and he is now standing shoulder to shoulder with She-Hulk.

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Darkness and Light: Part 1 - S1-E11

Plot hole: When Hulk and Banner have been physically separated by the nutrient bath, they are both wearing tattered pants. Given that Hulk and Banner were previously occupying the same body, this should not be possible. Hulk was the one that went into the nutrient bath, so if Banner's body was separated from Hulk, then Banner should be naked.

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Suggested correction: It was done deliberately as a form of censorship. They didn't want to show Bruce's genitals.

Explaining why the mistake occurred doesn't invalidate it. Unless you're suggesting the nutrient bath also was able to duplicate the pants.

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I am not. I am just explaining the reason behind this error.

Do you have a source for this explanation? If not, I would call it conjecture and while it doesn't invalidate the mistake, it does change it to a deliberate mistake if true.

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You realise a character can be drawn naked without actually showing their genitals (and/or breasts in the case of women), right? The Little Mermaid is a good example of this.

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The Return of the Beast: Part 1 - S1-E1

Trivia: When we see the flashback of the accident that caused Bruce Banner to become the Hulk, at first we see the Hulk colored gray and then slowly turn green. This is a reference to the comics, in which the Hulk was gray in his original appearance.

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Answer: The Hulk is a giant brute who smashes everything in his path when he is angry. In Ang Lee's "Hulk," General Ross, played by Sam Elliot, explains it to his daughter.

Answer: Because he feels the Hulk is a threat to all life on Earth, and particularly his daughter's close relationship with Bruce Banner puts her at risk when Hulk enters the equation.

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Why does Ross think the hulk is a threat?

Because the Hulk is nearly mindless and goes on destructive rampages with high risk of collateral damage.

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