The Pentagon publicly announces a full pardon for Lieutenant Templeton Peck, on the false grounds he would only have been a passenger, but Face cannot resist his chance to try his charms on... See full summary »

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David Vaughn
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E.G. Fowler
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Byron Fong / General Chow
Barney McFadden ...
Pell
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Gilbert
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Colonel Donald Davis
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Johnny Mountain ...
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Chuck-a-Luck the Chicken
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The Pentagon publicly announces a full pardon for Lieutenant Templeton Peck, on the false grounds he would only have been a passenger, but Face cannot resist his chance to try his charms on a world ripe for the picking; despite positive legal advice, Hannibal is convinced it must be a trap, while Murdock is eager to try his hands as the new -inferior- scam-artist 'Hunkman'. A certain Mrs. E.G. is waiting for him to sell his biography while the publicity is hot, but her firm -or is it the Firm, i.e. the CIA?- seems connected to the goons who try to kidnap the others. When they meet, some Vietnamese attack all four of them in a helicopter... Written by KGF Vissers

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Trivia

It is revealed that Face's real name is not Templeton Peck but Alvin Brennar. He has changed it to Al Brennan, Al Peck, Holmes Morrison, Morrison Holmes, and finally Templeton Peck. See more »

Goofs

At the end, and with no explanations both before and after, B.A. willingly jumps into the waiting helicopter and flies off with the team, with Murdock as the pilot. This is not in-line with his character at all when he always needs to be unconscious or in love to fly. See more »

Quotes

"B.A." Baracus: Murdock, for the first time I'm glad to see you!
"Hunkman": That's Hunk, or Hunkman to you.
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References The Bullwinkle Show (1960) See more »

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