The A-Team

Season 3 Episode 10

Sheriffs of Rivertown

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Nov 27, 1984 on NBC
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The A-Team travels to South America where they become the law in a town built to house workers of a power plant that has been experiencing a number of fatal accidents. The project to get B.A. in a plane get more and more difficult as B.A. has become overcautious.moreless

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Dwight Schultz

Dwight Schultz

Captain H.M. "Howling Mad" Murdock

George Peppard

George Peppard

Col. John "Hannibal" Smith

Mr. T

Mr. T

Sgt. Bosco "B.A." Baracus

Dirk Benedict

Dirk Benedict

Lt. Templeton "Faceman" Peck

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    • Murdock: Uh, wh-what we have here, fellas, is failure to communicate.

      This is Murdock's imitation of the captain, played by Strother Martin, in the 1967 film Cool Hand Luke.

    • Murdock: (to B.A.) We're like brothers on that Bonanza show, ain't we? Go ahead. Can I call you Hoss?

      Bonanza ran on NBC from 1959-1973. "Hoss" was the nickname of Eric Cartwright, the middle son, played by Dan Blocker.

      Actor Lorne Greene appeared in Bonanza as ranch owner "Ben Cartwright"; he would later star as "Commander Adama" alongside A-Team star Dirk Benedict (Lieutenant Templeton 'Faceman' Peck) in the 1978 version of Sci-Fi show BattlestaR GALACTICA. Benedict played another Lieutenant in Galactica, that of Lieutenant Starbuck. Starbuck, like Faceman, loved the ladies.

    • Murdock: It's early in the a.m. The city was quiet. Officer Baracus and I had been assigned to patrol. The city was at peace with itself. But it wasn't gonna be that way for long. And when the peace is broken, that's when I go to work. I wear a badge.

      This is Murdock's imitation of Jack Webb's voice-overs on Dragnet, which ran on NBC radio from 1949-57 and NBC television from 1951-59 and 1967-70.

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