Episode 1: The Incredible Bulk

Walt, Mike, Ming and Bryan are working at Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash when Lou Ferrigno, star of The Incredible Hulk TV series, enters the store looking for Bryan. Kevin Smith is considering hiring Lou to be his personal trainer, but to find out how hardcore the training will be, he's hired Lou to train Bryan first. Lou takes Bryan to the gym and tells Bryan about his childhood and his own training for Hulk while putting Bryan through sit-ups, weightlifting, and elliptical training. The next day, Lou interrogates Bryan about his daily diet, which Bryan admits consists primarily of donuts, pizza, cheeseburgers and cinnamon buns. After another workout, Lou returns to the Stash with Bryan, giving Walt the opportunity to ask Lou about the episode of The Incredible Hulk in which the Hulk fights a bear (Lou confirms Walt's suspicions that the bear was real). Separately, Walt purchases Archie Comics #18 from a female customer with a hidden Archie tattoo and sells a copy of Daredevil #168 to a customer looking to complete his collection of Frank Miller Daredevil comics.

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Walt and the guys get invited to an actual Batcave. A customer wants to sell his collection of original Star Wars action figures.

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