TV Show: Knight Rider

Knight Rider “Trust Doesn't Rust” (part 4 of 4)

“Helpful hint to spare your heirs some confusion, heartbreak, and bewilderment: If you know you’re going to die, and you have the time, throw out your porn, your leather gimp suit, and all those embarrassing letters where you confess to horrific crime sprees. Oh, and dismantle your evil, indestructible cars.”

Knight Rider “Trust Doesn't Rust” (part 3 of 4)

“Helpful hint to spare your heirs some confusion, heartbreak, and bewilderment: If you know you’re going to die, and you have the time, throw out your porn, your leather gimp suit, and all those embarrassing letters where you confess to horrific crime sprees. Oh, and dismantle your evil, indestructible cars.”

Knight Rider “Trust Doesn't Rust” (part 2 of 4)

“Helpful hint to spare your heirs some confusion, heartbreak, and bewilderment: If you know you’re going to die, and you have the time, throw out your porn, your leather gimp suit, and all those embarrassing letters where you confess to horrific crime sprees. Oh, and dismantle your evil, indestructible cars.”

Knight Rider “Trust Doesn't Rust” (part 1 of 4)

“Helpful hint to spare your heirs some confusion, heartbreak, and bewilderment: If you know you’re going to die, and you have the time, throw out your porn, your leather gimp suit, and all those embarrassing letters where you confess to horrific crime sprees. Oh, and dismantle your evil, indestructible cars.”

Knight Rider “Good Day at White Rock” (part 3 of 3)

“We don’t like to talk about it nowadays, but in the 1980s it was perfectly okay for young boys to go riding off with strange men. In fact, it was encouraged in certain circumstances. That’s how we culled the herd back then. Jimmy’s not doing so well in school? Spends all his time playing Berzerk on the Atari? Listens to Air Supply? Time for that last ride, Jimmy! Just hop in the car with that nice man, okay?”

Knight Rider “Good Day at White Rock” (part 2 of 3)

“We don’t like to talk about it nowadays, but in the 1980s it was perfectly okay for young boys to go riding off with strange men. In fact, it was encouraged in certain circumstances. That’s how we culled the herd back then. Jimmy’s not doing so well in school? Spends all his time playing Berzerk on the Atari? Listens to Air Supply? Time for that last ride, Jimmy! Just hop in the car with that nice man, okay?”

Knight Rider “Good Day at White Rock” (part 1 of 3)

“We don’t like to talk about it nowadays, but in the 1980s it was perfectly okay for young boys to go riding off with strange men. In fact, it was encouraged in certain circumstances. That’s how we culled the herd back then. Jimmy’s not doing so well in school? Spends all his time playing Berzerk on the Atari? Listens to Air Supply? Time for that last ride, Jimmy! Just hop in the car with that nice man, okay?”

Knight Rider “Knight of the Phoenix” (part 4 of 4)

“Way back in the early 1980s, producer Glen A. Larson was the king of television, with seemingly dozens of series running on practically every network. Accounts vary on how exactly he came up with the idea of a series about a talking car, but this pilot is the genesis of a show that lasted four years, and spawned several follow-on TV movies, and another, less successful series in 2008. The original Knight Rider was the first series to air opposite Dallas and survive, which is pretty impressive. This is how it all started.”

Knight Rider “Knight of the Phoenix” (part 3 of 4)

“Way back in the early 1980s, producer Glen A. Larson was the king of television, with seemingly dozens of series running on practically every network. Accounts vary on how exactly he came up with the idea of a series about a talking car, but this pilot is the genesis of a show that lasted four years, and spawned several follow-on TV movies, and another, less successful series in 2008. The original Knight Rider was the first series to air opposite Dallas and survive, which is pretty impressive. This is how it all started.”

Knight Rider “Knight of the Phoenix” (part 2 of 4)

“Way back in the early 1980s, producer Glen A. Larson was the king of television, with seemingly dozens of series running on practically every network. Accounts vary on how exactly he came up with the idea of a series about a talking car, but this pilot is the genesis of a show that lasted four years, and spawned several follow-on TV movies, and another, less successful series in 2008. The original Knight Rider was the first series to air opposite Dallas and survive, which is pretty impressive. This is how it all started.”

Knight Rider “Knight of the Phoenix” (part 1 of 4)

“Way back in the early 1980s, producer Glen A. Larson was the king of television, with seemingly dozens of series running on practically every network. Accounts vary on how exactly he came up with the idea of a series about a talking car, but this pilot is the genesis of a show that lasted four years, and spawned several follow-on TV movies, and another, less successful series in 2008. The original Knight Rider was the first series to air opposite Dallas and survive, which is pretty impressive. This is how it all started.”