A small cab company finds itself on the verge of extinction when the A-Team steps in and helps them with a major problem... a rival no-holds-barred cab company that will stop at nothing to control the complete territory currently shared by both companies. Cal agrees to give Hannibal and the team 10% ownership of Lone Star Taxi if they can find some way to stop Love Cabs and their shady leader, Crane, who has no reservations about fixing meters, dealing dope out of his cabs and hiring ex-cons to drive them. The team breaks into Crane's estate in an effort to shake him up, but have they truly rattled him, or did they just knock over a hornet's nest? Written by
R. Bernard Ment
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First appearance of Faceman's white Chevrolet Corvette C4. See more
Hannibal parks his taxi directly behind Face's taxi (the two taxis are almost touching at this point, with practically no space between them). Hannibal then makes a phone call in a phone booth. When he gets back, you can see that as he starts to drive, his taxi is parked several meters behind Face's taxi. See more
[Murdock has just done a sock puppet show
Are you sure he's okay? I mean, he doesn't seem quite normal.
Col. John "Hannibal" Smith
That sock is telling the truth.