Knight Rider

Season 4 Episode 15

Deadly Knightshade

Aired Friday 9:00 PM Jan 24, 1986 on NBC
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Episode Summary

When a Foundation trustee is murdered, Michael's prime suspect is master magician Austin Templeton – but the man was seemingly on stage performing at the time of the murder.

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    Lance Burton

    Lance Burton

    Austin Templeton – "The Amazing Templeton"

    Guest Star

    Hurd Hatfield

    Hurd Hatfield

    Ariel Marston

    Guest Star

    Mary Beth Evans

    Mary Beth Evans

    Nancy Marston

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (3)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • RC: You gotta give KITT his moment in the spotlight, too.
        Michael: You know, you're right, RC. KITT, since Templeton is history, we've got an unemployed tiger on our hands. . .
        KITT: On second thought, Michael, I think the only magic I'll perform is a disappearing act.
        (KITT quickly drives off stage)

      • The Blond: Did you say you were not married?
        KITT: That's right.
        The Blond: Oh, why not?
        KITT: You might say I haven't yet met my match.
        The Blond: Oh, well, what kind of match are you looking for?
        KITT: Oh, something very stylish, preferably in red, loaded with sophisticated software, total artificial intelligence, fully padded seats, removable top, with an adaptive megabyte system that can interface for hours.
        The Blond: You animal! What kind of girl do you think I am?
        (she kicks against KITT's tire and leaves)
        KITT: What did I say?

      • (After Michael and RC3 rescue Devon from the water-filled tank)
        Devon: Aw, bloody! I've ruined my best suit!
        (Michael and RC3 break into laughter)
        Devon: It's a good suit.

      • Devon: It's one thing to order an execution, quite another to witness it, isn't it, Ian?

      • Templeton: While I assure you I've been working on it, Mr. Knight, to date being in two places at one time is a state that has eluded me.

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (0)