The girl group 'The Bells' is being harassed by record company owner Dave Luna. The A-Team finds out by accident because Face and B.A. are coaching the lead singer's kid brother. Hannibal ... See full summary »

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Dave Luna
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Billy Rey King (as Reginald Dorsey)
Michael Alldredge ...
Colonel Twill
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Charlotte King
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Zeke Westerland
Karl Johnson ...
Ryack
Dawn Mangrum ...
Marcia
Leslie Kawai ...
Jennifer Kim
Lisa Antille ...
Lilianna
Kathleen O'Malley ...
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The girl group 'The Bells' is being harassed by record company owner Dave Luna. The A-Team finds out by accident because Face and B.A. are coaching the lead singer's kid brother. Hannibal poses as record producer Danny Diamond and soon finds out Luna is getting orders from a bigger fish. Face has to constrain himself not to hit on any of the girls in the group while Murdock takes to hero worshiping B.A. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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After the shootout at the apartment building, Face leaps from the rooftop of the building onto B.A.'s van on the street below. He fires some more rounds and is then shown crawling into the van through the sunroof. However, during the shot of him leaping onto the van, the top of the van has no openings at all much less any type of sunroof. Later on B.A. follows Murdock in the van and when he pulls onto the street an open sunroof is actually shown but definitely not wide enough for someone Face's size to be able to crawl through. See more »

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Murdock: [to B.A] Well, I just want you to know that I think that you are one stupendous mudsucking wonder. You are a man that somebody can admire and I look up to your goodness.
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Awful Episode
6 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Stephen J. Cannell should be ashamed of this episode. It's awful. "The Bells of St. Marys" is everything the A-Team should not have been.

-Why would they follow a highschool kid from football practice with no good reason?

-Why wouldn't B.A. notice they were being followed? They were being tailgated for God sakes!

-Why would Face be on a roof with a machine gun outside an apartment complex? The kid could be visiting his grandmother for all they know.

-Why is the A-Team struggling over the concept of keeping their hands off of four 19 year old girls? They are all old enough to be their dads! The A-Team are in hiding, not pedophiles.

-Why is B.A. wearing a hat!?

There are numerous other problems with this episode, but what's the point? It's long since been filmed and completed. Whatever you do, don't ever watch this episode. It's shameful.


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