Michael, RC and even Bonnie use K.I.T.T. as an alibi to visit Chicago instead of doing a mission in Detroit. RC wants to catch blind singer Charley Conner's performance at his old friend Josh Bevin's bar. But Bevins' is on the receiving end of a beating by some thugs hired by construction overseer E.G. Sanford. To complicate matters, RC refuses to believe that his childhood friend and hero Keith is leading the enforcers. Meanwhile K.I.T.T. hooks up with a bunch of kids who show considerable music talent and decides to coach them, despite the fact that the car is quite tone-deaf. Written by
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Before Lawson and RC3 have a breakfast meeting, a boat is seen passing the restaurant and sounding its horn. The camera pans across the restaurant where there are female waitresses wearing red jackets and black long sleeve shirts serving people sitting on white chairs.
When you see the scene at the table, there are no female waitresses at all and only guys in red coats serving. All of the chairs are now black. See more
You must, eh... be about 6'4", 6'5"?
Yeah, I'm about that. How'd you know that?
Cause I had to reach up so high to take hold of your arm. That's why, you know, they don't use giraffes for seeing eye dogs.
Oh, that's why?
Count Me Out
Written by Rick Timas and Vincent Brantley
Performed by 'New Edition' (as The New Edition) See more