The A-Team: Season 1, Episode 8

Holiday in the Hills (22 Mar. 1983)

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After stealing back a reverend's money in Guatemala, the team steals an airplane and drugs BA, pretending they're still in Latin America, even after it crushes in South Carolina's Hillbilly... See full summary »



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After stealing back a reverend's money in Guatemala, the team steals an airplane and drugs BA, pretending they're still in Latin America, even after it crushes in South Carolina's Hillbilly country. They can't look away when witnessing a local Redneck rowdies gang preparing to burn a man an a tree stake an free him, thus making themselves their new target. Face must now scam together the parts needed for Murdock to construct a two-seats ultra light flying device for the evacuation, while Hannibal organizes the defense. Written by KGF Vissers

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The plane crashes into an isolated wooded area. However, one of the windows is broken by a piece of finished lumber. See more »


Murdock: [Carrying B.A] This is the last time I'm carrying him.
Face: You think it's easy on this end? I got 200 pounds of gold pulling me down. Maybe it would help if we took the jewelry off?
Murdock: No, can't, I think he's got it hooked up to a burglary alarm.
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Edited into The A-Team: Without Reservations (1987) See more »


Someday the Birds Will Come
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Dwight Schultz has a field day
21 October 2012 | by (Las Vegas, NV) – See all my reviews

This episode is especially good for fans of Dwight Schultz's "Howling Mad Murdoch." This episode appears to have been built around Murdoch, and Schultz takes advantage of the opportunity and literally steals the show. He makes the most of the ample opportunities to show off Murdoch's wild and crazy side. The glider scene is especially screwy.

But it's not all insanity. We get to see bits of Murdoch's serious side, when the character needs to be serious, and we even find out that Schultz has a decent singing voice.

The storyline has a few holes in it, but they're fairly well ignored among Schultz's various antics.

If you love watching Captain Murdoch in action, you'll want to see this episode.

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