Knight Rider

Season 4 Episode 19

Knight Flight to Freedom

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Feb 21, 1986 on NBC
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A volcanic eruption complicates Michael and KITT's attempts to rescue an American held as a political prisoner in a Central American country undergoing a military coup.

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  • It was one of the best of the last Episodes of it final season!

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    this truly was one of the best written episodes of the final season and given that they had only two months to wrap up production ,they managed to fill in everything and make what they had work!...it was not a bad plot and well done and one of the most rememerable episodes of its time,now that there is s a new show ,it still has its self to prove and the reality is that without all the stunts ,its gonna bomb out in no time flat,but now the new show is almost finished and there maybe a chance of Hasselhoff showing up ans posibly his kitt from gunball 3000?....we will just have to wait and see.moreless
Lina Raymond

Lina Raymond

Lisa Corrales

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Miguel Fernandes

Miguel Fernandes

Colonel Peralta

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Kip Niven

Kip Niven

Tom Harrington

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • The footage of KITT crashing through the prison gate is recycled from the first season episode 'No Big Thing'.

    • KITT's turbo-boost over the ravine – the last turbo-boost to be seen in the series – was previously used in the first season episodes 'The Topaz Connection' and 'Nobody Does It Better' and the third season's 'Lost Knight'.

  • QUOTES (3)

  • NOTES (1)

    • The German episode title is "Der Militärputsch", meaning "The Coup". The French episode title is "Le Parfum de la liberté", meaning "The Smell of Freedom".

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Devon tells Michael, "As someone once said 'Should you or any of your people be caught or captured, the Foundation will disavow any knowledge of your activities,'" echoing the tapes played by Jim Phelps giving assignment details on Mission: Impossible.

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