Michael picks up a hitchhiker who's looking for her daughter. When he defends her from a couple of bikers from the Satan's Stompers motorcycle club, he ends up charged with second degree murder himself.

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Harold T. Turner
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Tiny
Jordan Clarke ...
Ferris
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Natalie Turner (as Brittany Wilson)
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Manager #1
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Donny
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Manager #2 (as Linda L. Rand)
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Thelma
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Storyline

Michael picks up s woman. While they spend the night in a motel, someone comes into the room with a gun. Michael defends himself and kills the man. The woman disappears. When the police arrive it's difficult for Michael to prove his version of what happened. Devon tells him that there will be an investigation into his past which they know is sketchy. So Michael has to find the woman so that she could tell them it was self-defense. He finds her and he learns that the man he killed works for her husband, a criminal and that they are embroiled in a custody battle for their daughter. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Action | Crime | Drama | Sci-Fi

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TV-PG
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6 May 1983 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Joe Conley who played the storekeeper Ike Godsey on the Waltons had a bit part as the motel manager. See more »

Goofs

Before Michael ejects the biker from KITT, he is shown pressing the Auto Roof L button but then the Eject R is shown. See more »

Quotes

Natalie Turner: My mom's car won't do any of this stuff. What else can you do? Can you talk?
K.I.T.T.: Natalie, you know car's can't talk.
Natalie Turner: Some cars do. They say: 'please close the door' and -
[catching on]
Natalie Turner: you talked!
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Connections

References Easy Rider (1969) See more »

Soundtracks

Skin Game
Written by John Hiatt (uncredited) & Ry Cooder (uncredited)
Performed by John Hiatt (uncredited)
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