The team are hired to help a watermelon farmer deliver his crop to market.

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Whitaker
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Ellen Penhall
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Joe Penhall
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Sheriff Murphy
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Chuck Easterland
Caskey Swaim ...
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Californian watermelon farmer Joe Penhall hires the A-Team to prevent his farm being the next bought cheap at bankruptcy by Chuck Easterland, whose goons stop at nothing to prevent his crop arriving at auction, to drain his ply income. So Face takes over from Joe's daughter Ellen to handle the business side as expert negotiator, Hannibal and the others drive and escort the watermelons and fight off the fiends, who even set up a roadblock. Written by KGF Vissers

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Trivia

When Joe Penhall gets run of the road at the beginning of the episode, the crash scene is actually stock footage from The Rockford Files. Stephen J. Cannell was the producer on both series. See more »

Goofs

About three minutes into the episode, an eighteen-wheeler swerves to avoid two cars in the middle of the road, then flips on its side. As it is landing on its side, there is a stuntman visible behind the steering wheel, wearing a helmet. See more »

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Face: Excuse me, but would you mind terribly taking your foot down off the bumper there? Er, no offence but it's so rude.
Chuck Easterland: I'm a rude guy.
Face: Oh, well, in that case, go right ahead.
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References The Lone Ranger (1949) See more »

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