Hulk (2003) (part 10 of 13)

And, just like that, Bruce is locked up in the steel room again. Betty, who’s now outside the room for some reason, touches a thumbprint scanner to be let in to see him, but it turns out she no longer has access.

She confronts General Ross about this, who reveals that the NSA has turned over the study of the Hulk to Talbot’s company. Sorry, but the NSA wouldn’t be in a position to do anything of the sort. All the NSA does is cryptology and signal intelligence, which I found out in two seconds on Wikipedia. Why couldn’t the writers take five minutes to look things up using their analog dead-paper research things? Stupid, lazy writers make D. R. ANGRY! D. R. SMASH! CRUSH PUNY MICHAEL FRANCE, JOHN TURMAN AND JAMES SCHAMUS! SMASH!

WAIT. D. R. CAN’T SMASH. D. R. LIKES HIS STUFF TOO MUCH. WELL, AT LEAST D. R. HAVE HEALTHY, WRITTEN-WORD OUTLET FOR RAGE.

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D.R. McLeod

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