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Don't drink and surf

Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Finn, Nov 6, 2010.

  1. As with many other poor chumps, I had to work today.
    The good news is that I know that when I get home, I've got the house to myself.

    Quick stop off at the drive through and I'm at home watchin 7Mate and lovin' it.
    No screamin' kids, no (loving) Wifey.
    I can watch all my favourite 80's shows.

    So I'm supporting the local bottle'o and watching Knight Rider, and I get curious. No, I'm not that bored.
    I'm curious as to who does the Voice Over for the Opening Intro.
    You Know,
    "Knight Rider, a shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist......"
    It was this dude by the way - Richard Basehart

    And this dude did the voice of K.I.T.T

    Anyway, I Google it and this is the first hit I get.


    This is a pisser of a read.
    (Maybe more for the older blokes.)

    DEVON: All’s well that ends well, Michael.

    MICHAEL: Yeah, but I won’t be eating sushi for a while! Isn’t that right, old buddy?

    K.I.T.T.: Don’t ask me, Michael – I’m gay.

    (Everybody laughs. Cut to end credits.)

    When I finish posting this, i need to clean up the beer I just spat all over the coffee table laughing my arse off reading this.
  2. Alright.
    Shoosh everyone. The A Team is on.
  3. Knight Rider has just started here.

  4. Same episode, where they did ug the grave of "Michael Long"?
    And the annoying little stuffed talking bear?
  5. Duuude it's like you are watching my tv
  6. fuk man, I had forgotten all about nightrider. I think I might by a transam and relive my youth.
  7. That really disappoints me. I grew up reading the Hardy Boys. Not the mass produced trash, the real ones, the first 50 or so that were really quite quality books.

    Oh well, another childhood icon lost to consumerism.

    At least there is still calvin and hobbes.