Two hillbilly types, Royko and Tanen, visit the VA Hospital to see Murdock. When they go to his room, Royko produces a sawed-off shotgun and blasts open the door. The two hillbillies take Murdock hostage and drive off in a pickup truck with an Indian companion. When Face hears of the kidnapping he learns that the Army has been alerted, and barely escapes when Colonel Decker arrives at the hospital. Royko, Tanen, and the Indian drive over 100 miles upstate and arrive at the house of their pappy, Darrow, a famous bounty hunter who sees Murdock as his ticket to the A-Team, the big score he's sought all his life. Darrow draws the A-Team north, but Murdock escapes and a three-way pursuit ensues between the A-Team, the bounty hunters, and Decker. Murdock finds shelter with a small-town veterinarian, Kelly Stevens, as he tries to contact the A-Team, but as the two wait, Murdock and Kelly begin falling in love, to the point that when Murdock eventually reunites with the A-Team, he has to ... Written by
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When the team are modifying the van, they cut the front grill away but the logo is Chevrolet and not the well-known text "GMC". When they have finished, GMC is visible again in the next scene. However, when they remotely activate the machine guns, the Chevrolet logo has reappeared. See more
Oh, yeah, gee, well, I can't tell you what this means to me. I mean, here I am actually talking to The Cowboy himself. I mean, Billy Bob, Billy Bob! Can't wait to tell the little old lady, I'll now bet she'll never believe me...
Cowboy Billy Bob
Okay, you saw the Cowboy. Now, why don't you two just make like a gun and shoot outta here, huh?
Our January 15 program referred to a National Linen Company. This was imaginary and not intended to refer to the National Linen Service Division of National Services Industries. National Linen Service is a textile rental firm doing business throughout the United States. We apologize for any confusion. See more