Mister T “Cape Kennedy Caper” (part 1 of 7)

SUMMARY: When Robin loses her camera at the Kennedy Space Center, the ensuing search leads her and the team into a game of high stakes and high treason amidst the arcane and enigmatic world of high technology. They’ll risk their own lives and their nation’s security to uncover the secrets no one wants them to find out. Oh, and they get the camera back.

Welcome, my friends, to the very, very end. This is it: the last episode of Mister T ever produced. This is the series finale, and you know what that means. All of our questions will finally be answered. Will Robin and Spike be reunited with their parents? Will Kim overcome her eating disorder? Will Mr. T tell Ms. Bisby how he feels in time to stop her from getting on that plane? And will they eventually name their child Master Bisby-T? And what about that black kid? Does he go to law school or whatever the hell he was always talking about?

All of this and more will be answered in the next 24 minutes. Actually, no, it won’t. Nothing will be answered, in any way. However, I can tell you this: Just like the finale of The Fugitive, the bad guy will be caught; like the finale of St. Elsewhere, you’ll be convinced that at least one person is retarded; and like the famed final episode of Battlestar Galactica, you will watch until the last moment, pause, and then say, “What the fuck was that?”

And I’ll make you this promise: During this episode, you will witness the single most astonishingly stupid coincidence in the entire history of animated entertainment.

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Jordon Davis

B.A. Political Science, SUNY Albany - 1991
Master of Public Administration, University of Georgia - 1993
Juris Doctorate, Emory University - 1996

Admitted:
State of Georgia - 1996
State of New York - 1997

Winner:
Fields Medal (with Laurent Lafforgue and Vladimir Voevodsky) - 1998

Follow Jordon at @LossLeader on Twitter.

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