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Knight Rider - Season Two

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Get ready for more explosive, edge-of-your-seat adventure in all 21 Second Season episodes of television's hottest crime show, Knight Rider. Ride shotgun with mysterious crimefighter Michael Knight (David Hasselhoff) and the baddest car on four wheels, K.I.T.T., as they chase more elusive criminals in each action-packed episode. Available on DVD for the first time ever, the heart-pounding Second Season of Knight Rider packs in even more thrills and more high-speed chases. It's full-throttle excitement with Michael Knight and K.I.T.T. in the action series that left all others in the dust.

No one in the 1980s had his finger on the pulse of gizmo-crazy adolescent boys like producer Glen Larson, creator of Battlestar Galactica and Manimal. But the peak of Larson's particular genius has to be Knight Rider, the love story of an absurdly handsome man and his absurdly indestructible car. Former detective Michael Knight (David Hasselhoff, later to achieve worldwide media dominance with Baywatch) zooms across the U.S. in K.I.T.T., a supercharged talking Trans Am with an impenetrable shell and the catty voice of William Daniels (St. Elsewhere). From the Las Vegas desert to the Louisiana bayou, Michael and K.I.T.T. solve crimes and help the downtrodden with the aid of a multi-million-dollar corporation run by dapper Devon Myles (Edward Mulhare) and mechanic/secretary/nanny April Curtis (Rebecca Holden, who took over from Patricia McPherson for the second season only).

The first season was goofy camp from the start, but the second turned even more giddily ridiculous: K.I.T.T. developed supersensors, telekinesis, and the ability to drive on water; plots included amnesia, super attack helicopters, a desperately needed transplant for a sick girl, and a supremely cheesy evil-twin storyline featuring Garthe Knight, son of the multimillionaire who gave Michael his identity-changing facial surgery, played by Hasselhoff with a mustache, soul patch, and even more luxuriant hair. In one episode, Michael goes "undercover" as the lead singer of a rock band, allowing Hasselhoff to flaunt his beloved-in-Germany vocal stylings. Of special note is an episode featuring Geena Davis (future Oscar-winner for The Accidental Tourist) as the daughter of a cat burglar, perhaps the only episode with a love interest as cartoonishly good-looking as Hasselhoff himself. This is definitive trash television, the kind of empty calories that, for some viewers, are irresistibly tasty. For Knight Rider fans, Season Two is a feast. --Bret Fetzer

Knight Rider--Season Two Trivia
• Although David Hasselhoff plays both Michael and Garthe Knight in one of the episodes in this season, he is only credited on-screen for playing Michael.
• For this season, Rebecca Holden plays April Curtis, KITT's new technician. She was brought in after Patricia McPherson (Bonnie) pushed the show's writers and producers to give her character more to do, possibly including a romance with Michael. Although April was not unpopular, many fans missed Bonnie and wrote in to ask for the character to return, which she eventually did at the start of the third season.
• The writers were torn between two songs to use for Garthe Knight's theme – "Sympathy for the Devil" and "Gimme Shelter," both by the Rolling Stones. The episode uses "Gimme Shelter".
• When avoiding pursuers, K.I.T.T. rotates its license plate, James Bond style, from KNIGHT to KNI 667.
• The producers toyed with the idea of making K.I.T.T.'s water-driving ability a reoccurring function, but it was dropped due to it proving to costly.

Product Details

  • Actors: David Hasselhoff, William Daniels
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: April 12, 2005
  • Run Time: 2346 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007LXP5Y
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,071 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Knight Rider - Season Two" on IMDb

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One of the more intriguing television shows of the early-1980s, Knight Rider (and K.I.T.T. in particular) captured the imagination of children everywhere while, at the same time, entertaining adults with its effective utilization of a traditional TV action genre. Knight Rider tells the story of an incredible crime fighting team brought together when the terminally-ill billionaire Wilton Knight saves the life of police officer Michael Long after Long gets shot in the face... When the billionaire helps out, providing Long with a new face and a new identity (Michael Knight), the young officer dedicates the remainder of his life to fighting injustice on behalf of the Foundation of Law and Government (FLAG). Singled out by Wilton Knight and aided by the staff of FLAG, Michael is teamed up with an extraordinary vehicle that, if necessary, is capable of fighting bad guys all by itself...

Knight Rider features David Hasselhoff in the role of Michael Knight, an ex-cop turned private crime fighter. But the true star of the show is Michael's car, K.I.T.T. (Knight Industries Two Thousand), a sleek black Pontiac Trans-Am impervious to bullets, fire, or most any type of mayhem. Outfitted with state-of-the-art, top secret Artificial Intelligence, K.I.T.T. is not only capable of self-operation (with his mission to protect all human life), but he's outfitted with smoke bombs, flamethrowers, infrared sensors, and countless other nifty gadgets. Able to verbally communicate with humans, K.I.T.T. maintains a special friendship with Michael, developing his own personality (which at times provides comic relief for the show). Just as criminal outlaws of the early-1980s feared the wrath of The A-Team, the prospect of a visit from Michael and K.I.T.T.
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I'm biased when it comes to my love for the second season of Knight Rider. You see, it was watching second season eps like 'Ring of Fire', 'Merchants of Death', 'Brother's Keeper', 'Big Iron' (these were some of my earliest KR memories) that made me fall in love with the show!! But seriously, even without these fond early memories, you can't deny the greatness that is Season 2! Two Goliath eps (two of the best KR eps) in one season?! Come on, you just can't beat that!! Especially, when the second one even surpasses the first one! Need I say more? How about the fact that Ann Turkel (the best 'femme fatale' of the series) is also featured twice in this season as Adrienne Margeaux in 'Soul Survivor' and 'Goliath Returns'! Other awesome eps include 'Merchants of Death' (with the AWESOME battle helicopter that fires sledgehammer missiles), 'Ring of Fire', 'Knightmares', 'A Good Knight's Work', and yes, even 'Mouth of the Snake' (despite the fact that Michael and KITT aren't the main focus there). Also the opening credits are the best for this season, April is as lovely as ever, and the turbo boosts of this season are more frequent and better than ever!!! Best season!!! Case Closed!
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I love Knight Rider. I watched the show a lot on tv when I was younger (altho i was born in 85 so the original screeings were way before my time). I just bought the dvd and absolutely love it. My friends in college think its a big joke that i can watch a show so dated and cliche but its just fantastic. Good clean action. The episodes are very good quality, maybe not as good as some movie dvds, but definitely better than the quality of the show on tv. I like the dvd menu's and stuff. What i didnt like was having 3 double sided discs, i dont like double sided discs. But the packaging is good and discs are well protected and at the same time easily accessable.
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The 2 Goliath movies are worth buying season 2 alone, and lets not forget the talking car K.I.T.T. Sadly to say the voice of K.I.T.T. died in the late 1990's. They were planning to bring back David Hasselhoff and a new Knight Rider, but without K.I.T.T. I doubt the series would last very long, plus Devon Miles was murdered, and there is no Bonnie, so what is the point? I love the classic 4 season Knight Rider shows as they are and even Knight Rider 2000 was good. Let it end here please! Here is an episode guide for season 2...

23- Movie: Goliath

24- Brother's Keeper

25- Merchants of Death

26- Blind Spot

27- Return To Cadiz

28- K.I.T.T. The Cat

29- Custom K.I.T.T.

30- Soul Survivor

31- Ring Of Fire

32- Knightmares

33- Silent Knight

34- A Knight In Shining Armor

35- Diamonds Aren't A Girl's Best Friend

36- White-Line Warriors

37- Race For Life

38- Speed Demons

39- Movie: Goliath Returns

40- A Good Knight's Work

41- Movie: Mouth Of The Snake

42- Let It Be Me

43- Big Iron

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I'm so happy that the shows that I grew up with are bing sold on DVD. I can watch it anytime I want, instead of watching it at 2 in the morning on cable.

As for the ignorant person who does not want to buy the discs because the music is different... copyright laws change over the years. It's too bad that Universal did not please the 1 person out of millions, so they can avoid a lawsuit for going against copyright laws.

If you don't like the way Universal released it... don't buy it.

As for selling your copy of season 1... shows how much of a "true fan" you are. Also... as for buying the bootleg issue... I guess you have no problem with stealing then.

So if you have a donut shop, and I don't like the way you put the jelly inside... it gives me the right to steal from your store?

I'm a true Knight Rider fan, and I will continue to support all of the people who made this great show possible.
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