While Michael Knight and K.I.T.T. are on a case to stop the sale of deadly chemicals, a young dancer is inadvertently killed by toxic gas. Michael becomes determined to capture the ... See full summary »

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Paul Renard
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Cindy Morgan
Aarika Wells ...
Eva
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Sonny Martin
Victor Campos ...
Col. Faisur
Jean Hasselhoff ...
Rosemary
Bob Larkin ...
Jennings
Dick Peabody ...
Security Guard (as Richard Peabody)
Guylaine Moquin-Sanford ...
Michele (as Guylaine Sandford)
Joan Douglas ...
Lori Meadows (as Joanie Allen)
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Arnold
Ed McCready ...
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While Michael Knight and K.I.T.T. are on a case to stop the sale of deadly chemicals, a young dancer is inadvertently killed by toxic gas. Michael becomes determined to capture the criminals behind this new poison, but they are equally adamant to get rid of Knight by feeding him their deadly concoction. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Action | Crime | Drama | Sci-Fi

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2 December 1984 (USA)  »

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Goofs

K.I.T.T.'s speedometer's L.E.D. bar-graph display is incorrectly marked - the halfway mark is 100 m.p.h., but the three-quarter mark is 200 m.p.h. instead of 150 m.p.h., and the full mark is 300 m.p.h. instead of 200 m.p.h. Also, the bar-graph display is non-proportional compared to the digital (numerical) readout showing the car's speed - when the digital readout shows the car's speed as only 124 m.p.h., the bar-graph display is lit more than a quarter of the way across between 100 m.p.h. and 200 m.p.h. See more »

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K.I.T.T.: But seriously, I stopped for gas the other day and the service was so slow, by the time they filled me up, my upholstery was out of style.
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References He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983) See more »

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Torture
Written by Jackie Jackson (uncredited) and Kathy Wakefield (uncredited)
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