"Mr. McGee, don't make me angry. You wouldn't like me when I'm angry."
Another man, a gaunt reporter named McGee, follows Dr. Banner, trying to expose the truth about the recently failed experiment the good doctor has performed. It seems the multi-talented Dr. Banner exposed himself to some weird kind of radiation that causes him to transform (like Dr. Jekyll) into a muscular, green, thought-deprived monster (like Mr. Hyde). Some politicians
Strangely, Mr. McGee always seemed to show up just after the hulking monster destroyed the barn and rescued the beautiful heroine of the week. He was never able to get a good picture of the green entity, and therefore, no evidence that Dr. Banner was one and the same.
Getting to the point, we should realize that the people we meet are far more than they appear on the surface. These people, whoever they are, friend or foe, have emotions, and feelings, and back stories. We should to approach each other, and we should respond to each other with gentleness and respect. And when faced with someone who seems angry, or weak, or emotionally out of control, we might consider there is a person behind the monster's mask. Underneath the green exterior is a human being, not unlike ourselves.
At times, we all feel like exploding...and sometimes we do...but when dealing with others, shouldn't our goal be to not trigger the same response from them?