Michael captures a criminal named Dugan and takes his place as Colonel Kincaid's new driver. His goal is to find out for what purpose Kincaid is building his own private task team and catch him red-handed.

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Linda Elliott
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Thompson (as Erik Stern)
Lawrence Dobkin ...
Col. Alvin B. Kincaid
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Warden
Michael O'Guinne ...
Officer Wally
Bill Cross ...
Officer Lester
Jim Boeke ...
Baker
Lee Duncan ...
Clark
Steve Pershing ...
O'Brian (as Stephen Pershing)
Talmadge Scott ...
Front Jeep Driver (as Talmage Scott)
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Prison Guard
Kay Worthington ...
Woman Driver
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Michael captures a criminal named Dugan and takes his place as Colonel Kincaid's new driver. His goal is to find out for what purpose Kincaid is building his own private task team and catch him red-handed.

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K.I.T.T. is first outfitted with his Microwave Jammer (Micro Jam for short). See more »

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Michael Knight: Hi.
Bonnie Barstow: I was so worried, are you all right?
Michael Knight: Yeah, I'm ok, I got a couple of bruises.
Bonnie Barstow: [completely ignoring Michael] How are your shocks? Are you still in alignment?
KITT: Everything's is in proper order, Bonnie, but thank you for your concern.
Bonnie Barstow: Oh K.I.T.T., that's sweet, but let me check anyway, your surveillance scanners might need adjustment.
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Long Long Time
Performed by Linda Ronstadt
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Return to the age of FUN
12 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Plot; Michael goes undercover as a driver for a shady former Colonel who is planning a major heist.

Michael Knight and David Hasselhoff. Where does one end and the other begin? The Hoff may not be one of our great thespians, but he certainly plays the role of Michael Knight with a breezy and likable charm. That %80 or so of his lines are played against what was likely a crotchety key grip who smelled like day old bratwurst (a stand in for actor William Daniels) only makes his performance that much more impressive. No, this isn't Shakespeare, but it does require its own special type of acting ability. You put Laurence Olivier in this role and see how he does.

Michael Knight represents the prototype for what I have dubbed "Cheerful heroics". That is, a hero who goes about their missions with a smile and zeal. A can do, must do, attitude. It's almost a uniquely 80s phenomenon. This episode has more holes in its logic than a piece of Swiss cheese, but you just don't care because it's so much fun.


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