Michael walks in on a robbery at Towers Gemstones Inc to find three men seemingly under the influence of a voodoo princess. While investigating incidents involving wealthy art collectors, ... See full summary »

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Michael walks in on a robbery at Towers Gemstones Inc to find three men seemingly under the influence of a voodoo princess. While investigating incidents involving wealthy art collectors, Michael meets Elizabeth Wesley who explains that the object every one is after is the fabled crown of Tequatl. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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(at around 29 mins) A driver's hands can clearly be seen spinning K.I.T.T.'s wheel when the car is supposed to be driving itself. See more »

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K.I.T.T.: What's the matter, Michael?
Michael Knight: What makes you think something's the matter?
K.I.T.T.: When music like this is on the radio, my steering wheel usually takes a beating.
Michael Knight: [sighs] I don't know, K.I.T.T., I'm just trying to decide whether I should go back to Lorenzo's boutique for men, pick up that jacket I saw.
K.I.T.T.: Do you need it?
Michael Knight: Well, it's not that I need it, I mean, nobody needs a black eelskin bomber jacket, that's not the point.
K.I.T.T.: What is the point?
Michael Knight: I want it... It matches my boots.
K.I.T.T.: You're boots are a long way ...
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Knight Rider: Voo Doo Knight
28 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Final episode of Knight Rider shows the wear of a four season 80s series in terms of content. Rosalind Cash is a career con artist, taking the persona of a type of voodoo priestess, supposedly putting those under her spell with knowledge of a special crown found during the archaeological mission of John Vernon, with Henry Gibson his associate, and Charles Davis a jeweler holding it in safekeeping for a certain exhibit. When Michael Knight stumbles upon a scene in progress where Davis is "guided" by the hypnotic device of an earring, commanded by an amulet diamond necklace around Cash's neck, he watches the jeweler leap from the window to his death without conscious understanding of what he was doing. Cash has two security guards under the spell as well, provided significant strength which is put to use when throwing Knight around! The jeweler's daughter comes from St Louis to investigate his suspicious suicide. Gibson lays on a sleazy Southern accent and when he is shown to be in cahoots with Cash it is no surprise. Still no honor among thieves, and the crown's value comes between Cash and Gibson. Vernon is a jerk as always, himself put under the spell and forced to put a bullet in his skull. Knight obviously gets the earring and is told to go to a building set for demolition! But never fear, Edward Mulhare will discover how to disable the spell's frequency and give Knight a chance to stop Cash. KITT doesn't get a lot to do and Patricia McPherson wasn't even on the final episode. Christie Houser is the cute, bubbly jeweler's daughter that Michael takes a shine to. Peter Parros rides his bike to the demolition site and loses his motorcycle when hopping into KITT at Knight's urging, but that's about all the plot has for him. The corny plot has some decent suspense but Knight dealing with voodoo is kind of an unfortunate closing episode for what had been a nice ride for The Hoff.


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