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Old 02-19-2008, 04:13 PM   #51
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Maybe it wasn't the original K.I.T.T. Maybe they tried building a second one but circumstances prevented it. Maybe that was really K.I.T.T. mark II in the making. All hypotheticals of course.
I believe(from small things here and there in the pilot) that they have decided to ignore the made for TVs...
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...KITT had a BRITISH voice dammit
The original voice of Kitt was from Brooklyn, his name is William Daniels also known as Mr Feeny :P
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MR. FEENY?! NO WAY
I didn't know that either, but now that I think about it was definitely him. I used to watch the show all the time when I was a kid, and I LOVED it. This one was pretty bad, but I'm going to give it a chance. But I was under the impression that this was just a movie? They haven't said anything about making a new show. Maybe they want to see if it was a hit, because they definitely set the end up for more "episodes."
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Hope they make an episode with...........Goliath
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I was just talking to Brian about that, I think... Yeah, that'* one bada$$ truck right there...

BTW, NBC just signed on Knight Rider for a season starting later this year...
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i watched the re-run this last sunday. you know, i kinda liked it.

not watching from a "bah advertising!" point of view, and not watching from a "there is no f-ing way this is going to be as good as the REAL knight rider" point of view, i liked it.

sure, some stuff was a bit "out there" (like how the mustang can absorb a high-speed t-boning without budging an inch), but most of the problems i might have found with it can be explained simply from their own premises.

not too shabby, if a little . . . over-reaching.


im not going to make an effort to watch it, but like the Sarah Conner Chronicles, i wont change the channel if its on.
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