The A-Team (1983–1987)
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Face recognizes, although incredulous, the pastry chef in his fancy favorite LA restaurant as Lin Duk Coo, the kind Viet Cong prison camp cook who kept the A team and many other ... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... John 'Hannibal' Smith
... Templeton 'Faceman' Peck
... Amy Amanda Allen
... 'Howling Mad' Murdock
... B.A. Baracus
... Tom Anderson / Lt. Thomas Angel
... General Chow
... Don
... Lin Duk Coo
... Dr. Peters
... Woman driving through garage
... Parking Attendant (as Robert Destri)
Michel Voletti ... Henri
... Ted (as Jophrey Brown)
Jim Connors ... Joey
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Face recognizes, although incredulous, the pastry chef in his fancy favorite LA restaurant as Lin Duk Coo, the kind Viet Cong prison camp cook who kept the A team and many other near-starved POWs alive. The team is just in time to prevent him being killed as inconvenient witness by mob prince Tom Anderson, formerly POW camp rat Thomas Angel, and former camp commander general Chow. It turns out the fiends are combining forces to import and distribute Chinese heroin. Face's alias and reputation are ruined as his 'borrowed' designer apartment is wrecked as temporary HQ. Written by KGF Vissers

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Goofs

When the team escapes with Lin from the bakery, Murdock is on the A-Teams van and shoots at the tires of the approaching cars. When the first black car's tires explode a filming crew member jumps out behind the stack of crates located at the lower right of the picture. See more »

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Murdock: [pretending B.A. is a famous French actor] Bravo! Bravo, bravo!
B.A. Baracus: [to the parking attendant] Don't touch my van, sucker. If you do, I'll feed you your socks.
Murdock: Oh mella bell! It's the famous 'Feed you your socks' line from the Pulitzer prize winning play, 'Right on, Ruth' by Margaret Hanley.
B.A. Baracus: Shut up, fool, come on!
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References Fort Apache (1948) See more »

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