Knight Rider (2008–2009)
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I Wanna Rock and Roll All Knight 

Michael pursues a Bonnie & Clyde duo whose bravado includes broadcasting their escapades on the Internet.

Director:

Matt Earl Beesley

Writers:

Glen A. Larson (characters), Dave Andron (developer) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Justin Bruening ... Mike Traceur
Deanna Russo ... Sarah Graiman
Sydney Tamiia Poitier ... Carrie Rivai
Paul Campbell ... Billy Morgan
Yancey Arias ... Alex Torres
Bruce Davison ... Charles Graiman
Smith Cho ... Zoe Chae
Kelly Kruger ... Nikki Childress
Brandon Quinn ... Max Hunter
John Allen Nelson ... Congressman Childress

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Storyline

Michael pursues a Bonnie & Clyde duo whose bravado includes broadcasting their escapades on the Internet.

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Trivia

At the time of its original airing, going to the website featured in the episode (www.nikkiandmax.com) redirected to the writer's blog page about the episode on the NBC Knight Rider website. See more »

Goofs

When Agent Rivai is trapped in the trunk of the and they bring her up on video everyone says that she's not moving just as she moves her head. Then they spend they next minute hoping she will move so they know she's alive. See more »

Quotes

K.I.T.T.: There is no such thing as the make out rule.
Billy Morgan: What?
K.I.T.T.: You told Zoe you can't park in a car at night without making out. And that it's a rule.
Billy Morgan: Well, it might not be in any database, but it's a rule. Trust me.
K.I.T.T.: Well, it's night, and you are both in a parked car.
Zoe Chae: Rules are rules.
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Livin' Hell
21 November 2010 | by ttapolaSee all my reviews

Since this episode is named after a classic Kiss rock song, I thought it appropriate to name my review after an Edge of Sanity song. And if you watch this, don't say you weren't warned - you might end up pretty close to the edge of *your* sanity.

When I reviewed episode #1.2 the series as a whole was rated by 1,838 with an average of 5.4 - since then, the ratings of 51 users have lowered the average to 5.3 and I cannot see why this trend might change. At the time of review, only 68 users have given this episode an astonishing average of 7.0 - which would mean that this series is above the 6.9 average of *everything* in IMDb, as mentioned in the end of the Top 250. Unbelievable. I cannot imagine anything more horrible than this. There is no need to go into details - it's a *constant* barrage of idiotism, a new insult to the viewers' intelligence about every minute or so. And it's cheap - they keep reusing several signature shots practically in every episode, and after half a dozen exposures you want the people responsible for this to *never* again make another TV program. Sadly, about ten more episodes were made. Well, at least this series is a pretty useful example of how *not* to do TV. Only a masochist could enjoy this hell.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

12 November 2008 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Newhall, California, USA

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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