Mister T

Season 2 Episode 10

Mystery Of The Stranger

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Aired Saturday 11:00 AM Nov 10, 1984 on NBC
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Mystery Of The Stranger
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Spike is kidnapped by a couple, while the team works for a movie production in Hollywood. Of course they didn't think they would get in that much trouble, but that's what you get when you cross path with Mister T!

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      • Robin says that Mr. T is afraid of flying, but not only has Mr. T never been shown to have any problems with aircraft, she seems to be confusing him with his The A-Team character, B.A. Baracus.

      • On the ship, the team tells Mr. T that there are "pirates off the starboard bow" (right front), but the pirate board amidship (middle), nowhere near the bow.

      • The pirates that board Mr. T's ship are not shown to have a ship of their own, making it appear as though they teleported aboard T's ship.

      • The team is supposed to be screen testing to be stunt doubles for the movie, but this would be impossible given that, in Hollywood at least, stunt people need special training and they have to be over the age of consent. There are no screen tests for stunt doubles anyway.

      • The man that talks to Spike appeared to be driving the van from the passenger seat, given that he leaned out of the window nearest the kerb.

      • In the long shot of the team in front of the helicopter, Kim appears to be almost as tall as Robin, but in the following close up, Kim seems to be al least a foot shorter, barely reaching Robin's shoulder height.

      • During the chase, Mr. T asks Miss Bisby how low the helicopter can go. If it's like every other helicopter in the world, it can go all the way to the ground.

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