Knight Rider (1982–1986)
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Just My Bill 

Devon assigns Michael to protect his friend Senator Maggie Flynn after several attempts are made on her life.

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Dixon
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Sen. Forbes
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Jane Adams (as Nancy Grahn)
David Haskell ...
Brian Owendorf
Alex Kubik ...
Luger
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Miriam
Barry Cutler ...
Garage Guard
London Donfield ...
Al
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Assembly Speaker (as Fitzhugh G. Houston)
Roger Til ...
Professor LeCalir
Kenneth Menard ...
Charlie Kemp (as Kenneth Men'ard)
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Although the Foundation is non-political, its board includes senator Maggie Flynn, who often opposes the profit-driven establishment in the legislature. Devon's fear she's targeted to prevent her stopping an environment-disastrous bill by senator Forbes and his powerful supporters. Flynn's and the Foundation's involved collaborators are also in danger. Written by KGF Vissers

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Action | Crime | Drama | Sci-Fi

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29 October 1982 (USA)  »

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When KITT jumps the roadblock, a bush is seen at the side of the road. But when KITT was approaching the roadblock, there was no bush. See more »

Quotes

Michael Knight: All right, where to now, Senator?
Sen. Maggie Flynn: Back to the office. Hm. I have a climbing date with a mountain of paperwork.
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Just My Bill
13 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

If you thought Michael Knight was just a policeman, we learn that he was also in the Special Forces in this episode. I guess it was a way to beef up his skill set.

This episode has a scene stealing performance by actress Carole Cook who plays a campaigning state senator who takes on big business by trying to stop an environmentally disastrous bill.

Knight's job is to protect her especially as the senator is a good friend of Devon. KITT has a nice time teasing a car park attendant but apart from that the plot is rather mundane as a nasty businessman tries to take out the senator and then try to stop her reaching the political debate by cutting the telephone lines. I was shocked that KITT did not have an early version of mobile a phone.


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