Decker learns that The A-Team is taking down cattle-rustler Russ Clayton. When he arrives at the scene the team is gone - but blood is found on the ground. The reason is Clayton attempted to shoot Hannibal but Murdock took the bullet, and the team is desperate to find medical help to save Murdock. As they strain to help Murdock, the members of the team recall his contributions to their success, such as giving B.A. his blood, leading an escape from prison, helping Face pull numerous confidence jobs, and displaying general engaging wackiness. However, with Decker on the prowl, the team must get the bullet out of Murdock's body themselves - and are forced to surrender when Murdock proves too weak to be moved. Written by
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Among the flashbacks of memories that B.A. and Murdock bring out there are ones taken from later episodes, like "The Bend in the River". See more
Face, are you listening to me? You go in there and you'll be on the first flight to Leavenworth.
Listen, without those medical supplies, Murdock is dead, so it doesn't matter what the risk is, now does it? And, like you said, the worst that could happen is I go to prison. Not exactly my idea of little fun in the sun, but eh, the hours are regular, the food's plentiful and there's plenty of starch in the shirts.
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