Knight Rider: Season 1, Episode 11

The Final Verdict (3 Dec. 1982)

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Cheryl Burns, an old friend of Michaels, has been accused of murder. Michael asks for some time off to search out the only man who can clear Cheryl: accountant Marty King, a 'Woody Allen' type.


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Episode cast overview:
Ramon Bieri ...
Al Farland
Police Lt. Dickerson
Tim Rossovich ...
Marvin Karon ...
Accountant Marty King
Cheryl Burns
Bob Schott ...
Dink (as Bob $chott)
Kim, the Bartender
Cynthia Ream ...
Garbage Man


When Michael hears his friend Cheryl Burns is in jail, he suspends work to help her. She claims to have been set up for the murder of her more than flirtatious boss. Her only possible alibi is a witness the police can't find, her trial is imminent. Thanks to KITT's new robot photograph program, Knight traces him 500 miles northeast. There he's crook Gil Casey's 'creative accountant'. He wants out, but is scared to help the local police and Michael get the proof they need. Written by KGF Vissers

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Action | Crime | Sci-Fi





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3 December 1982 (USA)  »

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K.I.T.T.: Michael, wouldn't it be more advantageous to go the local D.A. and arrange for expedition?
Michael Knight: I don't think so, K.I.T.T., take too long.
K.I.T.T.: But perhaps they'd overrule Lieutenant Dickerson and allow us to transport Marty back to Albuquerque?
Michael Knight: Remember what Dickerson said? This is his turf, he calls the shots. I don't see that man giving us any help at all
K.I.T.T.: In that case, my microwave jammers are ready.
Michael Knight: All right.
[pushes button]
K.I.T.T.: Showtime!
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