In 1982, NBC hit ratings gold with an unlikely series about a "guy who drives around in a car that talks." For four seasons, Michael Knight drove the freeways fighting crime with "KITT", his futuristic Trans Am.
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Michael Knight adjusts to his new supercar; KITT faces his evil protype KARR
Rebecca Holden replaces Patricia MacPherson as KITT's new mechanic, April Curtis; KITT battles the super-truck "Goliath"
KITT gets a new dashboard; Patricia MacPherson returns as Bonnie Barstowe, KITT's mechanic; KARR returns
KITT gets a major overhaul with Super Pursuit Mode; Peter Parros joins the cast as RC3, street-wise driver of the Foundation Semi
Many people remember Kenner's talking Knight Rider car, but what about the Knight Rider card game? Or the Knight Rider Colorforms set? All these and more are here.
The Insiders Knight Rider
A behind the scenes look at K.I.T.T., TV's computerized supercar. Find out what it would take to create a real K.I.T.T., and how those jumping, zooming, talking stunts are really done. From Enter Magazine, November 1984.
Knight Rider reviewed by Robert Madden, TV Guide
Television Hit Man
Glen A. Larson discusses Knight Rider in an excerpt from a Starlog profile
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