History Headscratchers / KnightRider

21st Jan '16 4:53:46 PM thatsnumberwang
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*** Which made sense until about six episodes later when they introduced KARR...
24th Sep '15 9:52:22 AM Mau-Kun
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** If you watched the first episode you'll remember that Michael's car was originally a normal Pontiac with a normal steering wheel, normal interior and no special functions before he was hired by F.L.A.G. and turned into K.I.T.T., probably they decided that it was perfect for modifying and turning into such futuristic machine rather than buying or building a new one.
25th Jun '15 5:55:56 PM nombretomado
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** It's also a blatant disregard of IAmNotShazam, seeing how the phrase KnightRider isn't even supposed to be used in-show, and refers to the driver, not the car.

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** It's also a blatant disregard of IAmNotShazam, seeing how the phrase KnightRider Series/KnightRider isn't even supposed to be used in-show, and refers to the driver, not the car.
5th Aug '14 1:47:20 AM CaptainNevada
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* In the 2008 pilot movie, Dr. Graiman sends the car out for Michael Traceur, while he makes his escape through the woods and his body double suffers a fatal heart attack in front of the hired killers. Personally, my plan "A" would have been to get into car and drive away from the place. If the bad guys want to shoot the car, it's bulletproof. If they want to try a car chase, I have the advantage. And if I decided I needed Michael Traceur, I'd show up at his place in the car, in person, to explain the situation to him instead of a talking car.
27th May '14 7:55:08 PM SharleeD
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27th May '14 7:54:25 PM SharleeD
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** Maybe they meant they'd never know what he's looked like before the ''plate'', as his drivers' license would presumably show his features after that was implanted.
16th Nov '12 12:16:01 AM Fuzy2K
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*** If I remember correctly, KARR wasn't ''deliberately'' programmed to protect itself, they just failed to program it to protect ''humans.''
20th Feb '12 5:06:53 AM SayaAensland
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** Wait I forget, who said that line? If it was one of the surgeons then there's a possibility that ''they'' would never know what he looked like - Wilton Knight would probably want it that way, so as to better conseal who he had been...

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** Wait I forget, who said that line? If it was one of the surgeons then there's a possibility that ''they'' would never know what he looked like - Wilton Knight would probably want it that way, so as to better conseal conceal who he had been...
15th Feb '12 12:35:30 PM Scarab
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** Wait I forget, who said that line? If it was one of the surgeons then there's a possibility that ''they'' would never know what he looked like - Wilton Knight would probably want it that way, so as to better conseal who he had been...
15th Feb '12 12:32:30 PM Scarab
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** On the subject of KARR, I really don't get what Wilton Knight was going for in making his primary purpose SELF preservation when his intention was to basically create a modern version of the Lone Ranger, out to help people who are in trouble, or desperate. Why would you even CONSIDER making the primary role of the car to protect ITSELF rather than the driver or other folks it's meant to be looking after? Seems like a no brainer.
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