K.I.T.T.'s bad tempered prototype K.A.R.R. is found buried in the sand by mechanic John Stanton and his girlfriend Mandy. K.A.R.R. convinces Stanton to replace his damaged parts and give him a new look. Then he sets out to take his revenge on K.I.T.T. and Michael Knight. After turbo boosting into the Foundation's semi, John and K.A.R.R. take possession of an improved laser Bonnie was preparing for K.I.T.T. to use against his evil twin. Written by
The TV Archaeologist
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K.A.R.R.'s speedometer's L.E.D. bar-graph display is non-proportional compared to the digital (numerical) readout showing the car's speed - the bar-graph display is marked from 0 to 200 m.p.h., yet it is lit more than halfway across when the car's speed is shown by the digital readout to be only between 70 and 80 m.p.h. See more
Honking in a tunnel, really Michael, I fail to see the point.
K.I.T.T., It's an American tradition, like raising your hands on a rollercoaster.
Unsafe, unsound behaviour if you ask me.
Now that you mention it, I didn't.
References Candid Camera
Written by Raffaele Riefoli
and Giancarlo Bigazzi See more