- 1. There's simply no way to shield
against every weaponized agent.
- 2. But I can make
- 3. by strengthening
the human cellular response.
- 4. Banner, I know where you're going.
- 5. But manipulating the immune system
is dangerous and stupid.
- 6. The President's science advisors
made it absolutely clear.
- 7. No human subjects.
- 8. David, I have wonderful news.
- 9. I'm gonna have a baby.
- 10. What's it gonna be? Look at that.
- 11. Want the dinosaur? Come on,
let's have a little fight. Come on.
- 12. You don't scare me.
- 13. That's a delicious eyeball.
- 14. You're big and green and scary.
I'll run away.
- 15. Bruce, you're hurt.
- 16. Jack hit him with the stick,
but Bruce wouldn't hit him back.
- 17. He just stood there, shaking.
- 18. It's okay.
- 19. Strange he didn't make a peep.
- 20. Any other kid
would've wailed his head off.
- 21. That's Bruce. He's like that.
He's just so bottled up.
- 22. The samples we found in your lab,
they were human blood.
- 23. You've ignored protocol.
- 24. You had no right
snooping around in my lab.
- 25. - That's my business.
- Wrong, Banner.
- 26. It's government business
and you're off the project.
- 27. Attention, all personnel!
Fail-safe has been initiated.
- 28. Gamma decontamination
will occur in 30 minutes.
- 29. Evacuate immediately. I repeat...
- 30. evacuate immediately!
- 31. Edith.
- 32. - David, what's going on?
- I gotta talk to you, Edith.
- 33. Bruce, stay here.
- 34. What are you doing?
- 35. David, please stop it! No!
- 36. MRS. Bruce, wake up, son.
- 37. Bruce. Bruce.
- 38. Another nightmare?
- 39. I don't know. I don't remember.
- 40. Hi, Mom.
- 41. Already off to college.
- 42. - I'm gonna miss you terribly.
- I'll miss you, too.
- 43. Please, come here.
- 44. Look at you.
Soon to be a great scientist.
- 45. I guess. I mean, who knows?
- 46. There's something inside you
- 47. Some kind of greatness, I'm sure.
Someday you're gonna...
- 48. share it with the whole world.
- 49. Berkeley Nuclear
- 50. As far as I'm concerned,
security ought to be...
- 51. Good morning, Dr. Krenzler.
- 52. Security ought to be beefed up
a lot more.
- 53. In a place like this,
you can't be too careful.
- 54. Bruce.
- 55. Big day. Did you sleep?
I didn't sleep.
- 56. - I slept okay. Ls Betty here?
- She's around.
- 57. I really got to say, seeing you
in that styling headwear...
- 58. You implying something
about my helmet?
- 59. You look like a massive nerd,
even around other scientists.
- 60. Can I just ask?
- 61. Were you wearing the helmet
while she dumped you?
- 62. See, it protects
my very important brain, Harper.
- 63. Go prep the samples.
- 64. Hey, I found you.
- 65. Betty, hey!
- 66. - I hate them.
- I just got here. Who do we hate?
- 67. The review board. We have to make
a presentation on Tuesday.
- 68. And you're gonna make it with me.
- 69. - You think I should?
- Yeah, you're great with that stuff.
- 70. You start talking about
microbes and nanomeds...
- 71. you sound almost passionate.
- 72. Sorry. That was rude.
- 73. Look, nobody expects this
to be easy...
- 74. us working together
after being so close.
- 75. We were close?
- 76. if I could be more...
- 77. whatever, you know. I'm just...
- 78. Don't. It's not your fault, really.
- 79. You're just a byproduct
of my inexplicable obsession...
- 80. with emotionally distant men.
- 81. I'll get over us.
- 82. Good for you.
- 83. Anyway, I'm just really stressed
about this review.
- 84. if we don't get impressive results,
we'll have a hard sell on Tuesday.
- 85. Then let's go be impressive.
- 86. Harper.
- 87. - Ready when you are.
- Let's hit it.
- 88. Are we passing inspection?
- 89. Safeties all going green.
- 90. Nanomeds released.
- 91. Four seconds.
- 92. Okay. Nanomeds fully dispersed.
- 93. Okay. Let's hit Freddie
with the gamma radiation.
- 94. Gamma exposure.
- 95. Nanomeds now active.
- 96. Nanomeds replicating cells
- 97. It's working.
- 98. Cell copy-to-disassemble ratio
holding within 1%.
- 99. lmbalanced nanomed activity.
- 100. You want to tell the review board
that we've developed...
- 101. a brand-new method
for exploding frogs?
- 102. Yeah. I think maybe
there's a market for it.
- 103. What if there's a plague?
- 104. What have you had, Betty,
like one beer?
- 105. I'm just saying, you know,
frogs start falling from the sky...
- 106. who do they come to?
- 107. We'd be world-renowned.
Make any parent proud.
- 108. I bet they would be.
- 109. They actually did want me
to be a scientist.
- 110. I mean your birth parents.
- 111. I guess we'll never know.
- 112. I don't understand why you don't
want to find out about them.
- 113. They're dead. They died before
I could remember anything, any...
- 114. Why do you always come back to this?
- 115. I don't know.
- 116. I guess I figure there's more to you
than you like to show.
- 117. I guess there couldn't be any less.
- 118. Right. So now we come full circle
back to that.
- 119. Nice work, Betty.
- 120. Betty.
- 121. Glenn.
- 122. Hi.
- 123. - What happened to your uniform?
- I switched over.
- 124. I'm still working
with your father...
- 125. but the military's subcontracting
the most interesting work...
- 126. and I can't argue with the paycheck.
- 127. I basically run all the labs
on the base now.
- 128. You're looking good.
- 129. you're the genetics expert.
- 130. The good old college days.
- 131. So, how's business?
- 132. What do you want?
- 133. All right, I'll cut to the chase.
- 134. I've heard interesting things
about what you guys are doing.
- 135. Your little molecular machines
have some incredible implications.
- 136. How'd you like to
come work for Atheon...
- 137. get paid 10 times
as much as you are now...
- 138. and own a piece of the patents?
- 139. You just have to say the word.
- 140. - General?
- Come in.
- 141. Talbot wanted you to see this, sir.
- 142. It's about a lab Atheon is targeting
to acquire and move to Desert Base.
- 143. Why isn't he going through NSC?
- 144. It concerns your daughter, sir.
- 145. What happened to Benny?
He's not working the night shift?
- 146. Benny's dead. I'm the new guy.
- 147. Good to meet you.
- 148. Let's try another.
No, stay here.
- 149. - I look tired anyway.
- Yeah, but you look great.
- 150. What's the matter?
- 151. It's these dreams, Doctor. I keep
having them and they're terrible.
- 152. Tell me about your dream.
- 153. It starts...
- 154. with a memory.
I think it's my first memory.
- 155. It's this image I have...
- 156. from when I was maybe two years old.
- 157. Do you think it's just a dream?
- 158. No, I think it's something
- 159. when I was living at a desert base
with my father.
- 160. Anyhow, the dream goes on...
- 161. and suddenly I'm alone.
- 162. That's terrible.
You know I'd never hurt you.
- 163. Hey there.
- 164. What's your name, darling?
- 165. Okay. It's okay.
- 166. I gotta talk to you, Edith.
Bruce, stay here.
- 167. C, T, G, A...
- 168. G.
- 169. Bruce.
- 170. My Bruce.
- 171. Morning. Glenn dropped by.
- 172. What's he doing here?
You know, Dr. Krenzler...
- 173. we've never had the chance
to get to know each other properly.
- 174. It's because I don't want to get to
know you, properly or improperly.
- 175. So leave.
- 176. Hey, no worries.
- 177. You know,
let me give you a little heads up.
- 178. There is a hair's breadth between
friendly offer and hostile takeover.
- 179. I've done my homework. The work
you're doing here is dynamite.
- 180. Gl's embedded
- 181. that makes them instantly repairable
on the battlefield...
- 182. in our sole possession.
- 183. - That's a hell of a business.
- It's not what we're doing here.
- 184. We're doing the basic science
- 185. You know, someday I'm gonna
write a book and I'm gonna call it:
- 186. "When Stupid ldeals Happen
to Smart Penniless Scientists."
- 187. In the meantime, Bruce,
you will be hearing from me.
- 188. - About Glenn.
- There's nothing to talk about.
- 189. I just wanted to say,
don't worry about him.
- 190. I'll handle it.
- 191. How?
- 192. I'm gonna call my father.
- 193. Ask him to exert some pressure.
- 194. Last I heard, you and your father
- 195. I guess now I have something
to talk with him about.
- 196. I think this circuit's fried.
I don't know.
- 197. Maybe you want to
come take a look at it.
- 198. Okay, I'll be right there.
- 199. The gamma's too high!
Bruce, I can't stop it!
- 200. Harper, get out!
- 201. Get out!
- 202. - How's Harper?
- He's all right.
- 203. You saved him.
- 204. I don't think he's coming back
to the lab for a while, though.
- 205. I don't understand
how this is possible.
- 206. You should be dead.
- 207. They worked.
- 208. The nanomeds.
- 209. I feel great. I feel like...
- 210. I don't know,
they must have fixed me.
- 211. They've killed everything else
that they've come in contact with.
- 212. Are you sure the doctor checked—
- 213. The doctor gave me the full workup.
- 214. He wants to know
where he can get what I'm taking.
- 215. I'm 100%.
- 216. More.
- 217. - What do you mean?
- Remember my bad knee?
- 218. Now it's my good knee.
- 219. Bruce, this isn't funny.
- 220. I was watching you.
- 221. You were gonna die and I was gonna
have to watch you die.
- 222. I'm sorry.
- 223. Really.
- 224. I am not gonna explode, okay?
- 225. Yeah.
- 226. You should get some rest.
- 227. I'm fine, really.
- 228. I've Never Felt Better.
- 229. Your name is not Krenzler.
- 230. What?
Your name. It's Banner.
- 231. Bruce Banner.
- 232. How did you get in here?
I work here now.
- 233. In the labs. The late shift.
- 234. It keeps me close to you.
- 235. You always work so late yourself
with your friend, Miss Ross.
- 236. No, please. Let me.
- 237. You're not well.
- 238. You've had a terrible accident.
- 239. You're wondering why
you're still alive.
- 240. You're thinking
there's something inside.
- 241. Something different.
- 242. lnexplicable.
- 243. I can help you understand,
if you let me.
- 244. if you'll...
- 245. forgive me.
- 246. Look, mister...
- 247. I'm sure I have nothing
to forgive you for...
- 248. so perhaps you should leave now.
I'll be fine.
- 249. You must know.
- 250. You may not want to believe it,
but I can see it...
- 251. in your eyes.
- 252. So much like your mother's.
- 253. Of course you're my flesh
- 254. but then you're something else, too,
- 255. My physical son...
- 256. but the child of my mind, too.
- 257. No. You're lying.
- 258. My parents died
when I was a small boy.
- 259. No, that's not true.
- 260. That's what
they wanted you to believe.
- 261. The experiments, the accident,
- 262. They put me away for 30 years.
- 263. Away from you. Away from our work.
- 264. But they couldn't keep me forever.
I'm sane. They had to admit it.
- 265. You see...
- 266. everything your
- 267. has been seeking all these years...
- 268. it's been inside you.
- 269. Now we will understand it.
We will harness it.
- 270. Don't answer. It's Miss Ross again.
- 271. There's something
you need to know about her, Bruce...
- 272. something troublesome.
- 273. Let me protect you from her.
- 274. No. Get out.
- 275. Get out!
- 276. Sit!
- 277. We're gonna have to watch
that temper of yours.
- 278. Sure you're okay?
Yeah, just glad to be out of bed.
- 279. I got a message from my father.
He's coming to see me.
- 280. Your father? When?
- 281. He lands in about an hour.
- 282. The funny thing is, he called me.
- 283. Hi, Dad.
- 284. Here, ma'am.
- 285. You're welcome. Sir.
- 286. Thank you.
- 287. - Look, I'm gonna get right to it.
- It's about Glenn, isn't it?
- 288. He's been snooping around my lab.
- 289. Glenn noticed some things.
He asked me to make some inquiries.
- 290. Are you here to question me?
- 291. We've turned up
some surprising things.
- 292. This Krenzler you work with...
- 293. do you know who he really is?
- 294. How much do you actually know
- 295. I think the question is...
- 296. what is it that you know about him?
- 297. I'm not at liberty to—
- 298. Not at liberty
to disclose it to me. Right.
- 299. You know, I think I was hoping...
- 300. that maybe this time you just
honestly wanted to see me again.
- 301. You've got this all wrong, Betty.
- 302. Do l?
- 303. I do want to see you.
- 304. I really wish
that I could believe you.
- 305. Everything your extraordinary mind...
- 306. has been seeking all these years...
- 307. it's been inside you.
- 308. This is Dr. Krenzler.
- 309. Please leave a message
and I'll call you right back.
- 310. Bruce, hey. Are you there?
- 311. Look, I think I screwed up.
- 312. My father, it's like
he suspects you of something.
- 313. I was so impatient, like always...
- 314. I didn't hear him out. I don't know.
- 315. I just think they're planning
something with the lab.
- 316. So call me, okay? Bye.
- 317. Betty!
- 318. Dispatch! We have a 4-15 at the lab!
- 319. Send the Berkeley P.D. now!
- 320. What's going on?
- 321. I gotta talk to you.
Bruce, stay here.
- 322. My Bruce.
- 323. Bruce?
- 324. There was some sort of explosion.
- 325. They wouldn't let us
into the building.
- 326. I was worried about you.
- 327. I'm okay.
- 328. What happened to you last night?
- 329. I had the most vivid dream.
- 330. It was like being born.
- 331. Coming up for air.
Light hitting my face. Screaming.
- 332. My heartbeat was like...
- 333. boom...
- 334. boom...
- 335. boom.
- 336. Were you at the lab?
- 337. No.
- 338. But something...
- 339. And there was that man.
The one with the dogs.
- 340. Who?
- 341. That new janitor.
- 342. He said he was my father.
- 343. I'll get it.
- 344. My father.
- 345. My, my.
- 346. So this is the young Bruce Banner.
- 347. Krenzler.
- 348. I think you left something
in your lab last night.
- 349. Mitchell.
- 350. Escort my daughter outside.
I'll join her shortly.
- 351. - I'd rather stay here.
- Now, Betty.
- 352. It's okay. I'll be fine.
- 353. Keep him under observation.
I'll be back.
- 354. - What?
- Your friend in there...
- 355. there's a good chance
he's caught up in some bad business.
- 356. Unfinished business.
- 357. I promise you, I'm going to
get to the bottom of it.
- 358. You have my word
I'll make sure he's cared for.
- 359. But as of right now,
- 360. For the next few days at least...
- 361. you're going to stay away from here,
for your own good.
- 362. And that's for the new guy
on the night shift?
- 363. Great. Thank you. I appreciate it.
- 364. How unexpected. Please, come in.
- 365. I'm sorry to show up
at your house like this.
- 366. I came to ask you something...
- 367. that I really have
no business asking.
- 368. He told you?
- 369. He said you talked to him.
- 370. Please, sit down.
- 371. Bruce was at the lab last night.
- 372. He said that you were there, too,
but he can't remember much about it.
- 373. I need to find out what happened.
- 374. So you want to know
what's wrong with him.
- 375. So you can fix him.
Cure him. Change him.
- 376. My father's with the military.
- 377. He thinks he's involved in some
kind of threat to national security.
- 378. Your father, Ross.
- 379. You brought your father
down upon his head.
- 380. How little you understand,
- 381. And how dangerous
your ignorance has become.
- 382. I'm sorry?
Don't be sorry.
- 383. My son is... unique.
- 384. That's why you can't relate to him.
- 385. And because he is unique...
- 386. the world will not tolerate
his existence, will they?
- 387. But you...
- 388. you try, don't you?
- 389. And a very beautiful woman
- 390. your attentions...
- 391. can't be completely unwanted...
- 392. can they?
- 393. No.
- 394. Not with eyes like yours...
- 395. watching expectantly, lovingly.
- 396. But I'm afraid
we're both too late to help him.
- 397. There's nothing I can do for him,
or for you.
- 398. Besides...
- 399. he's made it clear
he wants nothing to do with me.
- 400. His choice.
- 401. Now if you'll excuse me, Miss Ross,
I have some work to do.
- 402. And don't worry about the dogs.
- 403. You'll be fine.
Just don't look them in the eyes.
- 404. Goodbye.
- 405. He gets released, and a month later
your lab is destroyed.
- 406. What a coincidence.
- 407. So, you're just not gonna tell me
where he is, are you?
- 408. How many times must I tell you...
- 409. I want to help you,
but I don't know.
- 410. You know who I am, right, Banner?
- 411. You're Betty's father,
a high-ranking general.
- 412. Let's cut the crap.
- 413. I'm the guy
who had your father tossed away.
- 414. I'll do the same with you if I feel
so disposed, you understand?
- 415. if you had him tossed away,
why ask me? I don't remember.
- 416. I was always told
my father was dead.
- 417. Don't play with me!
- 418. You were four years old
when you saw it!
- 419. When I saw what?
- 420. You were right there!
Who could forget a thing like that?
- 421. What?
- 422. Some more repressed memories.
- 423. Just tell me.
- 424. I'm sorry, son.
- 425. You're an even more screwed-up mess
than I thought you'd be.
- 426. Till we get to the bottom of this...
- 427. your lab has been declared
a top-secret military site...
- 428. and you won't get security clearance
to get back into it...
- 429. or any other lab that's doing
anything more interesting than...
- 430. trying to figure out the next
generation of herbal hair gel.
- 431. And one more thing:
- 432. if you ever come
within a thousand yards...
- 433. of my daughter again...
- 434. I'll put you away
for the rest of your natural life.
- 435. Dogs?
- 436. Go!
- 437. Go get her!
And let nothing stand in your way!
- 438. Hello?
- 439. So, they think they can just
throw you away, as they did me.
- 440. What's wrong with me?
What did you do to me?
- 441. I had a visit today.
- 442. A very unwelcome visit.
- 443. I'm afraid my hand is being forced.
- 444. What did you do to me?
- 445. You so much want to know,
- 446. But no explanation will serve you
half as well as experience.
- 447. In any case, I still don't
quite understand it myself.
- 448. if they'd only let me work in peace.
- 449. But, of course, my betters
would have none of that.
- 450. So you experimented on yourself,
- 451. And passed on to me, what?
- 452. An alteration. Genetic.
- 453. A deformity,
I guess you could call it that.
- 454. But an amazing strength, too.
- 455. And now, finally unleashed,
I can harvest it.
- 456. No.
- 457. You'll do no such thing.
I'll isolate it and treat myself.
- 458. I'll remove it and kill it
before it does any real harm.
- 459. I bet you and your Betty
would love to destroy it.
- 460. But would you really destroy
part of yourself?
- 461. I don't think so.
- 462. And as for Betty...
- 463. I'm sending her a surprise visit
from my four-legged friends.
- 464. You see, I've managed to culture
some of your very own DNA, Bruce...
- 465. and the results are tremendous.
- 466. They're unstable, but very powerful.
- 467. What about my DNA?
- 468. Let's just wait and see
what Betty makes of the result.
- 469. No. You're crazy. I won't let you.
- 470. Get your hands off me!
- 471. lnside, asshole!
I want to talk to you.
- 472. My father's going after Betty.
- 473. Do you think you can go
behind my back...
- 474. and get Ross to cut me out?
- 475. Listen to me! Betty's in trouble!
- 476. You pathetic freak.
- 477. Betty's in danger, I swear to you.
- 478. if I can state the obvious,
something tells me...
- 479. you aren't in much of a position to
be making stupid threats to anyone.
- 480. Talbot.
- 481. - You're making me angry.
- Am l?
- 482. Open fire!
- 483. BRUCE?
- 484. He sent his dogs, didn't he?
- 485. But I killed them.
- 486. Oh, my God.
- 487. It must be the nanomeds.
It must be the gamma exposure.
- 488. But we've never seen any effect
like this before.
- 489. No. Deeper.
- 490. The gamma just unleashed
what was already there.
- 491. Unleashed what?
- 492. Me.
- 493. It.
- 494. It's okay.
- 495. What were those animals?
- 496. My father sent them.
- 497. He is my father.
- 498. He wanted me to change.
- 499. He wanted me to change
into that mindless hulk.
- 500. And why would he want that?
- 501. Can you remember anything?
- 502. ls there anything
from when you were changed?
- 503. It was like a dream.
- 504. About what?
- 505. Rage.
- 506. Power.
- 507. And freedom.
- 508. Hello.
- 509. Sir.
- 510. Hello.
- 511. - Dad?
- Betty, are you all right?
- 512. I'm scared.
- 513. - I need your help.
- Where are you?
- 514. How are you?
- 515. Okay, I guess.
- 516. I think that somehow your anger
is triggering the nanomeds.
- 517. How could it? We designed them
to respond to physical damage.
- 518. Emotional damage
can manifest physically.
- 519. Like what?
- 520. Serious trauma.
- 521. Repressed memories.
- 522. Your father grilled me
- 523. that happened to me
from early childhood...
- 524. that I'm supposed to remember.
- 525. He did?
It sounded bad...
- 526. but I honestly don't remember.
- 527. The thing that worries me...
- 528. is a physical wound is finite.
- 529. But with emotions, what's to say
that it won't just go on and on...
- 530. and start a chain reaction?
- 531. You know what scares me the most?
- 532. Is that when it happens...
- 533. when it comes over me
and I totally lose control...
- 534. I like it.
- 535. It's okay, I've got you. I'm sorry.
- 536. You'll be okay.
It's just to make you sleep.
- 537. Target down.
- 538. I'm gonna take you
someplace safe, okay?
- 539. Bruce. Bruce.
- 540. Attention on deck.
- 541. We're buried out here
in the middle of nowhere.
- 542. How long are you gonna
keep him sedated?
- 543. For the rest of his natural life,
if I have to.
- 544. You said I could trust you.
I'm your father.
- 545. Trust me to do
what I think is right...
- 546. not what you think you want.
- 547. - He is a human being.
- He is also something else.
- 548. Suppose he gets out...
- 549. and has one of his little
mood swings in a populated area?
- 550. Yes, I'm aware
of the potential danger.
- 551. I'm also aware
that he saved my life.
- 552. Yeah, from a mutant French poodle.
- 553. I'm indebted to him for that.
- 554. He also put three men in a hospital,
and Talbot's barely walking.
- 555. - I mean, what do you want me to do?
- I want you to help him!
- 556. Why is he such a threat to you?
- 557. Because I know what he comes from.
- 558. He is his father's son,
every last molecule of him.
- 559. He says he doesn't know his father.
- 560. But he's working in the same,
exact goddamn field his father did.
- 561. So either he's lying,
or it's something worse...
- 562. and he's...
- 563. Predestined to follow
in his father's footsteps?
- 564. I was going to say "damned."
- 565. Of course you were.
- 566. But I'm a scientist,
and as a scientist...
- 567. I believe we can figure this out
and he can be helped.
- 568. I know you do.
- 569. Look, whether you know or care...
- 570. I've got a lot of pride
in what you've done.
- 571. But this is too big for you.
- 572. Look, I know the government thinks
they have a weapon on their hands...
- 573. otherwise, he'd be dead by now.
- 574. They can probe and prod
all they want.
- 575. Meanwhile, let me try to help him.
Nobody knows him better than I do.
- 576. What did David Banner do to him?
- 577. Cover left! Cover right!
- 578. What's happening here?
- 579. My hand.
- 580. You see,
the strength of my son's DNA...
- 581. combined with
- 582. You see, I can partake
with the essences of all things.
- 583. I'm gonna have to ask you
to put your hands up, pal, okay?
- 584. Nice and easy.
- 585. Do you really believe
that I am separate from you?
- 586. Where am l?
- 587. You're home.
- 588. It's hard to believe
we used to live here.
- 589. I must have seen you or known you.
- 590. if only I could remember.
- 591. This is my old house, isn't it?
- 592. Let's go.
- 593. Please try.
- 594. What is it?
- 595. Really?
- 596. Damn it.
- 597. Okay, Betty.
What do you want to know?
- 598. What was in that room?
- 599. What are you afraid that I'll see?
- 600. See? There's nothing.
- 601. It's empty.
- 602. What do you mean
I don't have access to him?
- 603. NSA has decided to turn over
study of the threat...
- 604. to Atheon.
- 605. But you're head of the base.
I thought you were in charge.
- 606. I don't set policy.
- 607. And I still take orders.
- 608. I can't believe
Talbot would go around me like this!
- 609. There's a lot of powerful people
who want in on this...
- 610. and money to be made, lots of it.
- 611. Know the worst part about all this?
- 612. When I had David Banner locked up
and sent that kid away...
- 613. I didn't give the boy
a second thought.
- 614. He was just collateral damage.
- 615. He isn't anymore, is he?
- 616. What can I do?
- 617. You can go home now.
- 618. I'd tell you to go and say goodbye,
but I've already been informed...
- 619. that for now all further contact
is out of the question.
- 620. Right.
- 621. Hi, Bruce. How you feeling?
- 622. The grub okay here for you?
- 623. - What do you want?
- That's a good question.
- 624. I need your cells to trigger
some chemical distress signals...
- 625. so you can turn
a little green for me again...
- 626. and I can carve off a piece
of the real you...
- 627. analyze it, patent it
and make a fortune.
- 628. You mind?
- 629. I'll never let you.
- 630. I'm not sure
you've got much of a choice.
- 631. Come on,
aren't you feeling a little angry?
- 632. After all,
you've only got me to play with...
- 633. now that Betty's dumped you
and gone back to Berkeley.
- 634. You're lying.
- 635. You know, for me,
this is a win-win situation.
- 636. You turn green, all these guys
come in and kill you...
- 637. and I perform the autopsy.
- 638. and I mop the floor with you...
- 639. and maybe by accident
go too far and break your neck.
- 640. It's bad science, maybe...
- 641. but personally gratifying.
- 642. Come on, Bruce.
- 643. Let's see what you got.
- 644. Never.
- 645. You know, consciously,
you may control it...
- 646. but subconsciously,
I bet that's another story.
- 647. All right,
let's jump-start those brain waves.
- 648. My dear Miss Ross, welcome back.
- 649. There are two guards right outside.
- 650. You don't have to worry.
I'm not angry with you, not anymore.
- 651. What do you want?
- 652. It's over for me now, I know that.
- 653. And soon it will be over for Bruce.
- 654. That's why I've come to you,
to ask you...
- 655. if you could persuade your father...
- 656. as a man, as a father himself...
- 657. that if I turn myself in now,
- 658. and before he
puts me away forever...
- 659. that he would let me see my son...
- 660. for one last time.
- 661. Could you do that for me?
- 662. It's out of my father's hands now.
- 663. I understand. He's a puppet now.
- 664. I don't blame him.
- 665. You should blame yourself
for what you've done to your son.
- 666. And what have I done to my son,
Miss Ross? Nothing.
- 667. I tried to improve
on the limits in myself.
- 668. Myself, not him.
- 669. Can you understand?
- 670. To improve on nature. My nature.
- 671. Knowledge of oneself.
It's the only path to the truth...
- 672. that gives men the power
to go beyond God's boundaries.
- 673. You know what's beyond
your boundaries? Other people.
- 674. All you've given Bruce is fear.
- 675. A fear of life.
- 676. Fear?
- 677. Perhaps, Miss Ross.
- 678. And loneliness, too.
- 679. Yes.
- 680. I feel them both.
- 681. But I have lived...
- 682. completely once.
- 683. I was so much in love.
- 684. And she so much wanted a baby...
- 685. my baby.
- 686. I could tell from the moment
- 687. that it wasn't a son
I had given her...
- 688. but something else.
- 689. A monster, maybe.
- 690. I should have put a stop to it
- 691. but I was curious...
- 692. and that was my downfall.
- 693. And as I watched
this tiny life unfold...
- 694. I began to imagine
the horror of it...
- 695. and my curiosity was replaced...
- 696. with compassion.
- 697. But they took away
my chance to cure him.
- 698. Your father threw me out.
- 699. I remember that day so well...
- 700. every moment, every sensation.
- 701. Walking into the house...
- 702. the feeling of the handle
of the knife in my hand.
- 703. I knew I was doing
a father's work...
- 704. fulfilling a father's mercy.
- 705. David, please stop it! No!
- 706. David, talk to me!
- 707. But then she surprised me.
- 708. It was as if...
- 709. she and the knife...
- 710. merged.
- 711. Go!
- 712. You cannot imagine...
- 713. the unbearable finality of it.
- 714. And in that one moment...
- 715. I took everything
that was dear to me...
- 716. and transformed it...
- 717. into nothing more than a memory.
- 718. Bingo! That must be some
jumbo nightmare he just had.
- 719. Do it now.
Start the enzyme extraction.
- 720. Sir, negative on drill penetration.
- 721. Damn it, drill him harder.
Give me full RPMs. Come on.
- 722. Should I neutralize?
- 723. I can't do anything with goop.
- 724. All right, put him to sleep.
- 725. It's not stopping him!
- 726. Ready room, send in our
containment team, non-lethals only.
- 727. I repeat, non-lethals only.
I must have a sample of him.
- 728. Sir!
- 729. Jesus.
- 730. Use the foam.
Deploy containment foam.
- 731. Talbot, talk to me.
- 732. Cease fire!
- 733. Under control, General.
I'll let you know if we need you.
- 734. Unacceptable. Unseat your asses
down there immediately.
- 735. I want a full evacuation now.
I'm shutting you down.
- 736. Lock down.
- 737. - Didn't you hear the General?
- I said lock down!
- 738. Clear! I need a sample of him!
- 739. All right,
take it easy there, buddy.
- 740. This might give you
a bit of a sting here, Bruce.
- 741. Fall back!
- 742. Clear your weapon!
Give me the M2.
- 743. So long, big boy.
- 744. Clear!
- 745. Lock down
the entire facility immediately.
- 746. Target still moving
towards blue level.
- 747. Evacuate the main hall.
- 748. Send in backup, heavy weapons.
lssue general quarters.
- 749. Contamination, sir.
System readings are redline.
- 750. Stand by
for backup power supply.
- 751. lncoming!
- 752. Shut down power to the main hall.
- 753. Show him the way out.
We'll fight him outside.
- 754. Driver, stop.
- 755. Gunner! Traverse right!
- 756. Mr. President,
I have some bad news, sir.
- 757. Let's have it, General.
- 758. I've briefed the President
on Angry Man.
- 759. I assume that's what this is about.
- 760. It is, ma'am.
- 761. I'm requesting a National
Command Authority override.
- 762. Angry Man is unsecure.
- 763. I need everything we have
at my disposal to stop his movement.
- 764. You're expecting
civilian casualties, General?
- 765. Not if I can help it, ma'am.
- 766. Consider it done. Keep us posted.
- 767. Contact Goodman Control.
- 768. Patch data to the assets.
- 769. Contact HQ.
- 770. Have them initiate
an immediate evacuation...
- 771. in the vicinity
of grid coordinates 6-5...
- 772. Confirm that the area
has been cleared.
- 773. Confirm area cleared.
- 774. HQ confirms area cleared.
Assets on-line, sir.
- 775. Gentlemen, it's time to dig in.
- 776. I want this target
stopped in his tracks.
- 777. Jesus.
- 778. Mayday!
- 779. Shit!
- 780. Tango-4 is down.
Have C-SAR respond to our 20 now.
- 781. Get him off us
before he tears us apart!
- 782. I've got no shot!
You have a line of fire?
- 783. Watch it, Tango.
- 784. Tango-3, pull back
and set up for a Hellfire shot.
- 785. Hold your fire
until we draw him off.
- 786. Tango-1 is hot.
- 787. Roger. Going hot. Guns ready.
- 788. Engage at will.
- 789. Tango-1, pull back! Clear my line!
- 790. Tango-flight, clear.
I have him painted for Hellfire.
- 791. Tango-1 clear. Take the shot.
- 792. Tango-1, Tango-3, I have contact.
- 793. Holy shit! He's got my missile!
- 794. Mayday!
- 795. Mayday! We're hit! We're going down!
- 796. Give me a head count.
- 797. Our kite's busted up,
but we're okay.
- 798. Tango-flight,
you have eyes on the target?
- 799. Tango-1, I have him in the rocks.
- 800. Salvo all.
Turn it into a parking lot.
- 801. T-bolt, your parking lot is ready.
- 802. We're bingo for fuel and ammo. RTB.
- 803. T-bolt.
Be advised, target not destroyed.
- 804. He's on the move again.
- 805. Damn!
- 806. I've got it.
- 807. It appears he's heading home.
- 808. Launch fast movers.
Have them intercept and engage.
- 809. - Hello?
- Betty, Bruce got out.
- 810. He's headed your way,
probably right for you.
- 811. How far from the base are you?
- 812. I'm already here.
They're taking his father in now.
- 813. That's all good news.
- 814. Stay there, Betty.
- 815. F- Legend-1 rolling in hot.
Legend-2 breaking left.
- 816. F- I think I can come
back around for a gun attack.
- 817. Acquire a clear target.
Fire at will.
- 818. F- Increase altitude.
Civilian aircraft in vicinity.
- 819. Pull up!
You're headed for the bridge!
- 820. F- I can't pull up!
- 821. You got him. Take him
on a ride to the top of the world.
- 822. Let's see what the thin air
will do for him.
- 823. F- Initiating afterburn.
- 824. F- I'm passing Flight Level 600.
- 825. This is out of my envelope.
- 826. Hang in there, Legend.
- 827. F- I can't maintain.
He's all over my aerodynamics.
- 828. He'll lose consciousness before you.
- 829. F-22 PlLOT 2:950.
- 830. I can't hold it. I'm pulling back.
- 831. Puny human.
- 832. F- Contact. He's in the water.
All units, weapons hot.
- 833. Let's not take any chances.
- 834. You are cleared
to fire on target, Legend.
- 835. Dad?
- 836. We don't have a choice.
- 837. I have to destroy him.
- 838. But you can't.
- 839. You'll only fuel his rage
and make him stronger.
- 840. It's you he's coming for,
you know that.
- 841. Then let me go to him.
- 842. Please.
- 843. Just give him a chance to calm down.
- 844. All aircraft
vicinity San Francisco...
- 845. this is T-bolt on guard.
- 846. This area has been declared
- 847. All aircraft are ordered
to clear the airspace immediately.
- 848. Echo-19, weapons are hot.
- 849. Waiting your orders to engage.
- 850. Command code yellow.
Hold for authorization.
- 851. All units, hold your fire.
- 852. T-bolt to all assets.
You have direct orders to hold your fire.
- 853. I repeat. Hold your fire.
- 854. Move now!
- 855. Everybody down! Down!
- 856. You found me.
- 857. You weren't that hard to find.
- 858. Yes, I was.
- 859. That's the deal, gentlemen.
- 860. He stays on this base until
we get the final word from C-3...
- 861. on how to dispose of him.
- 862. In the meantime, if he does
anything but sit in that chair...
- 863. we'll turn on the juice and
he'll be incinerated immediately.
- 864. We've established
a 200-yard perimeter, sir.
- 865. if we deploy
the electromagnetic array...
- 866. there should be
no collateral damage.
- 867. I'm doing this for you, Betty.
- 868. But one way or another, we're gonna
have to prepare for the worst.
- 869. I should have killed you.
- 870. As I should have killed you.
- 871. I wish you had.
- 872. I saw her last night.
- 873. Saw her face.
- 874. Brown hair...
- 875. brown eyes.
- 876. She smiled at me.
- 877. She reached down
and kissed my cheek.
- 878. I can almost remember a smell.
- 879. It was like desert flowers.
- 880. Her favorite perfume.
- 881. It's my mother...
- 882. and I don't even know her name.
- 883. It's all right, son.
- 884. Go ahead and cry.
- 885. - Cry. Crying will do you good.
- Don't touch me!
- 886. Maybe once you were my father.
- 887. But you're not now
and you never will be.
- 888. Is that so?
- 889. Well, I got news for you.
- 890. I didn't come here to see you.
- 891. I came here to see my son.
- 892. My real son.
- 893. The one inside of you.
- 894. You're nothing
but a superficial shell...
- 895. a husk of flimsy consciousness...
- 896. ready to be torn off
at a moment's notice.
- 897. You can think what you like.
I don't care. Just go.
- 898. No, son, listen to me.
I found a cure.
- 899. For me.
- 900. My cells can transform, too...
- 901. absorb enormous amounts of energy.
- 902. But, unlike you, they're unstable.
- 903. Son...
- 904. I need your strength.
- 905. I gave you life.
- 906. Now you must give it back to me...
- 907. only a million times more radiant...
- 908. more powerful.
- 909. Stop!
- 910. Stop what?
- 911. Think of all those men out there
in their uniforms...
- 912. barking and swallowing orders!
- 913. lnflicting their petty rule
over the entire globe!
- 914. Think of all the harm they've done!
- 915. To you! To me!
- 916. To humanity!
- 917. And know this,
that we can make them...
- 918. and their flags, their anthems
and their governments...
- 919. disappear in a flash!
- 920. You in me.
- 921. I'd rather die.
- 922. That's your answer?
- 923. Then indeed you shall die...
- 924. and be reborn a hero...
- 925. of the kind that walked the Earth...
- 926. long before the pale religions
- 927. infected humanity's soul!
- 928. Go!
- 929. Stop your bawling...
- 930. you weak little speck
of human trash.
- 931. I'll go.
- 932. You just watch me go!
- 933. Hit it!
- 934. - Hit it again.
- We can't, sir.
- 935. There's no power. Some kind of
counter electromagnetic field.
- 936. Move in and assault the target.
- 937. Sir, I've located them on radar.
- 938. Call up the task force.
- 939. Yes.
- 940. That's right. Keep fighting.
- 941. The more you fight,
the more of you I take.
- 942. Strange.
- 943. We're reading a phenomenal drop
in temperatures there...
- 944. with simultaneous
- 945. They're absorbing
all the ambient energy.
- 946. Relax.
- 947. Sleep now, Bruce,
and forget forever.
- 948. Struggle no more...
- 949. and give me all of your power.
- 950. You think you can live with it?
- 951. Take it all!
- 952. Yes.
- 953. Take it back.
- 954. It's not stopping!
- 955. Take it back!
- 956. Gentlemen, release.
- 957. Gamma charge away.
- 958. Sweet dreams.
- 959. ONE YEAR LATER...
- 960. Hello?
Betty? Is that you?
- 961. Hi, Dad.
- 962. I'm glad I caught you.
- 963. I'm glad you called.
- 964. Look, Betty...
- 965. you and l...
- 966. We both know that Bruce...
- 967. couldn't have survived that blast.
- 968. But... Well, you know...
- 969. What is it?
- 970. You know, the usual loonies...
- 971. seeing things,
only now everything's green.
- 972. Right.
- 973. Look...
- 974. if by some chance he did survive...
- 975. and he should try to contact you,
and try to get in touch...
- 976. you'd tell me, wouldn't you?
- 977. No. I wouldn't.
- 978. But you know as well as I do
I wouldn't have to.
- 979. I mean, my phones are bugged...
- 980. my computer is tapped,
I'm under surveillance.
- 981. I'll tell you, though...
- 982. that if he were alive...
- 983. I'm the last person
I would want him to come to...
- 984. because, as much as I miss him...
- 985. I loved him.
- 986. I'm sorry, Betty.
- 987. I am so sorry.
- 988. I know you are.
- 989. Listen to your father
and take your medicine, okay?
- 990. Take all the medicine.
- 991. Quiet!
- 992. Sit down!
- 993. Shut up!
- 994. We need these medicines
for the people who live here.
- 995. Who are you to decide
what the people need?
- 996. These people are helping
- 997. And maybe you are too.
- 998. Take all this.
- 999. It is the property
of the government.
- 1000. You're making me angry.
- 1001. You wouldn't like me when I'm angry.