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
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Did You Know?
Actor Jeff Osterhage that plays John Stanton was an original finalist to play the role of the lead Michael Knight. See more
After being buried all this time, K.A.R.R. curiously has a number of minor changes from his first appearance, including: The scanner at the front is now of a greenish yellow (instead of red). His scanner now makes a sound identical to K.I.T.T.'s (instead of the deep 'drone' noise of the original). His license plate now reads 'KARR' (instead of the original 'KNIGHT'). The sound of his engine now more resembles K.I.T.T.'s (with some additional effects), instead of the fierce "roaring" engine sound previously. The casing around his voice modulator is slightly different. See more
If this plan of yours fails, I want you to know it's been a beautiful partnership.
The feeling is mutual.
References Candid Camera
Jump (For My Love)
Written by Gary Skardina
, Marti Sharron
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