A self taught computer whiz kid named Randy manages to cracks and steals K.I.T.T. for his older lover Adrianne. All Michael is left with is K.I.T.T.'s intelligence boxed in a portable TV set.

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A self taught computer whiz kid named Randy manages to cracks and steals K.I.T.T. for his older lover Adrianne. All Michael is left with is K.I.T.T.'s intelligence boxed in a portable TV set.

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27 November 1983 (USA)  »

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When Adrienne hears the Studabaker approaching she looks down the road ahead and through a gap in some trees. She sends Randy and a henchman to deal with it and they drive off, clearly down a different stretch of road as there are no gaps in trees or other vehicles visible on adjoining roads. See more »

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Devon Miles: You lost K.I.T.T.?
April Curtis: To a woman who picked you up on the side of the road? Michael, how could you?
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A Knight without his steed
13 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

K.I.T.T. has had his share of dust-ups and even a few life-threatening beatdowns, but 'Soul Survivor' is the first (and only?) time he's been stolen by a hacker whiz-kid and his black widow of a girlfriend. That's partly why this is as memorable as it is; Devon and Rebecca have a good exasperated laugh at Michael losing his very expensive piece of hardware. The other reason is that hypnotic song that knocks Michael out; it's like some bargain-basement John Carpenter synth that really gets in your head.

But the situation's never really dire, and Michael end up getting his car back with . . . eh, not much trouble. It's kind of a flat ending.

6/10


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