Knight Rider: Season 1, Episode 3

Knight of the Iguana (8 Oct. 2008)

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In order to successfully track an unknown fellow operative's beacon signal, Michael needs to enlist some help when going undercover and the only one who fits the bill is Zoe, much to ... See full summary »

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In order to successfully track an unknown fellow operative's beacon signal, Michael needs to enlist some help when going undercover and the only one who fits the bill is Zoe, much to Sarah's disdain. The mission, however, leads Michael to a trail of illegal weapons trade and a rogue operative. Written by Moviedude1

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Mike Traceur and Zoe Chae are given alias' as part of their cover; Devon and Bonnie. This is a direct reference to the 1982 series, with David Hasselhoff; who was aided by Devon Miles and Bonnie Barstow. See more »

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Alex Torres: I want Mike and Zoe geared up for the beach in 40. Cover is Devon and Bonnie, a honeymooning couple.
Zoe Chae: Awesome!
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Loco En El Barrio
Written by Bob Mair, Nick Vincent and Richard Trapp
Performed by St. John
Courtesy of Black Toast Music
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Digging the Grave
24 October 2010 | by (Finland) – See all my reviews

If you thought the previous episode's name was lame... If you also thought the series couldn't get much worse... It does here. Forget about the plot, it's just something quickly thrown together rip-off of Point Break to fill in the gaps between water soaker fights (really!), fistfights, hi-tech-fights and clichés piled on clichés. The moment the script to this achieves a true Wallbanger (search it out, the history of the trope name will give you more useful knowledge than this episode) status comes early on, when KITT is blasted with a "more advanced" rocket (or whatever, in this series, it *really* doesn't matter) "than ever seen" (except that we are *not* shown the impact), and faster than you can say "Phwoosh!" vanishes into thin air. Or that's how the bad guys view it. "Actually" the projectile has such strength it throws KITT in the blink of an eye over an edge of the cliff, into the sea. Said edge is at least 10 yards away. No one knows how tall the cliff is or how deep the water is. Apparently the bad guys see nothing strange in the fact that there is zero debris left from the explosion. They must be *really* stupid.

Yet, Michael and the chick inside (it really doesn't matter what her name is since she has no characteristics other than "Asian") are next seen submerged in KITT, just as James Bond was in The Spy Who Loved Me. Despite that they've been flipped over and suffered a tremendous impact upon hitting the water, not a hair on either one's head is out of place. Wow, KITT sure has better Inertial Dampeners than the Enterprise-D from Star Trek: The Next Generation! But the *really* embarrassing bit comes when KITT rolls out of the water just like Bond's famous car did, *except* that we only see it from the point onwards when all four tires are firmly on the sand. Talk about cheap. Has this series no budget? There really is no need to go on detailing the rest of the episode. This is it. Idiotic to the extreme, bad beyond belief, the hour of your life you will never get back but will wish until the day you die that you would have spent doing something more worthwhile. Toxic Garbage.


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