It’s hard to believe David Hasselhoff was more real in Knight Rider than Bay Watch but it’s true. I almost forgot about this show and on hindsight it was the funnest on that list of all kinds of shows. Don’t forget about MacGiver and Three’s Company around those days. Barreta was a little too early. Hawaii Five O was too early but that surf wave was awesome. The A-Team was more like good comedy than drama. Mr-T tackled a car and it went into the ditch.
The Kitt car was bullet proof and had computer AI driven perfection and had a turbo boost button to push which could have saved the day. The car would tell you the Obd2 diagnotics code instead of making a big ordeal out of it.
Everybody wants a bullet proof computer car that could do anything with perfection and it was the latest sports car that still looks sharp. A friend’s dad had purchased one but then we knew it got 10 city 12 highway and we never went on the freeway to show it off. We just watched the TV show instead.
Lately, I saw some one arm bandits at a Casino with Knight Rider as the theme that still needs upgrading of more sound effects and looks to be one of the very top fun slot machines because there’s more sensible action happening like a storyline to follow but not quite like a video game does. I don’t gamble but I do watch others and eat the food.
I might purchase the DVD series but I’m sure I saw most of the 100 shows that were created. Night Rider was the realest of them all because it is the funnest and has a strong sense of security or relability, something most cars are not anymore even though the gas mileage might be nicer to get these missions accomplished. Mr. Hasselhoff is 6’ 5" tall but the show makes him look 5’11".