Michael Knight and K.I.T.T. come to the aid of some fashion designers after two of their ilk are murdered by a custom car. When Knight gets hurt by the car in question, he starts to take the case personal.

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James Luisi ...
D.G. Grebs
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Debra Sands
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Joe Lewis
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Vlud
Viveca Parker ...
Joan Keahey
Phil Rubenstein ...
Joe
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Phil
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Jimmy Murphy ...
O'Malley
Maria Lauren ...
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Ron Lunceford ...
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Michael Knight and K.I.T.T. come to the aid of some fashion designers after two of their ilk are murdered by a custom car. When Knight gets hurt by the car in question, he starts to take the case personal.

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Action | Crime | Drama | Sci-Fi

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TV-PG
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6 January 1985 (USA)  »

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Goofs

Near the end of the episode, K.I.T.T.'s speedometer's L.E.D. bar-graph display is not working properly - when the digital (numerical) readout shows the car's speed as being at and then above 100 m.p.h., the 100 m.p.h. L.E.D. on the bar-graph still does not light up, nor does the one "below" it. See more »

Quotes

Michael Knight: Don't you think we owe her a little something more?
Louis: Like what? She's got enough money from insurance.
Michael Knight: Like Grebb's scalp!
Louis: [laughs] I know this is the West, but there's no more cowboys and indians.
Michael Knight: Hey, it's the same difference, you know, we're just a bunch of small time operators here fighting the Big Bad Wolf, you know, the cattle baron. And none of us can fight this guy alone. We need to get a group of our own people together. A posse.
Louis: That car musta hit you too hard. How's your head?
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What's Love Got To Do With It
Written by Graham Lyle (uncredited) and Terry Britten (uncredited)
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