Knight Watch Season 2 Issue 21 - SEASON FINALE
Directed by Robert Foster
Written by Robert Foster
Original airdate May 6, 1983
Wow! What a trip this has been revisiting the 1st Season of the Original Series.
I can truly say that I appreciate this season much more with a fresh adult perspective in seeing the message that the episodes were teaching.
But, at the same time, I do notice the goofs much more clearly where you see ramps, hands on KITTs steering wheel when there's not supposed to be any there when he's driving himself.
I feel like the show is like an old-friend I hadn't seen in years and going back to watch this season for the first time in years felt like I had not only been away, but it felt great to watch these memorable episodes once more and really taken them in.
Knight Rider is something that I hold near and dear. It was something that I had been looking for years to find some kind of calling and when I got this season on DVD in 2005 I just binge-watched the entire season entering a world of heart, humor and action. Good fun, and the right lessons being taught.
It's what got me into cars and more specifically, the 1982 Third Generation Pontiac Firebird Trans Am as the Knight Industries Two Thousand.
I can identify with the character of Michael Knight as a man looking to help people and to be the difference maker.
One Man CAN make a Difference. The theme of Knight Rider. I take that very seriously.
"You can make difference in someone else's life and you can make a difference in your own life. And that's what Knight Rider is about" - David Hasselhoff on Knight Rider
In closing: I am glad to have returned to the Franchise when I did to be in time for the 35th Anniversary. I may have reviewed SG first, but as I explained last Season, the 10th Anniversary of Knight Rider SG would have clashed with the 35th Anniversary of Season 2 of the original series.
Knight Rider is a huge part of my life and I am ever so grateful for being introduced to it. For, I have not only found my calling in entertainment and life, but also forged friendships from all corners of the earth who share the same love and enthusiasm for one man and his AI talking car.
So, thank you, for allowing me to bring Knight Watch back, and here's to Season 3 this Fall when I cover the 35th Anniversary of Season 2 of the original series.
Good night, from the Knight.
Knight Watch Season 2 Issue 20
Directed by Harvey Laidman
Written by David Braff
Original airdate April 29, 1983
Arguably a candidate for episode of the season with the way it was written
Knight Watch Season 2 Issue 19
Directed by Christian I. Nyby II
Written by William Schmidt
Original airdate March 11, 1983
Getting real close to the end of the first Season and you can tell that everyone had truly settled into their roles by this point
Knight Watch Season 2 Issue 18
Directed by Winrich Kolbe
Written by Virginia Aldridge
Original airdate March 4, 1983
One of the most iconic moments of the series when a part of Michael's life as Michael Long comes back with his long-lost fiancee in Stevie Mason
Knight Watch Season 2 Issue 17
Directed by: Bernard L. Kowalski
Written by: William Schmidt
Original air-date: February 25, 1983
This has good aspects but there are elements that don't agree with me and I explain why in the video.
Knight Watch Season 2 Issue 16
Directed by: Gil Betteman
Written by: Frank Telford
Original airdate: February 18, 1983
This is original on the show's part to have money forging within a Bible Printing Press.
Knight Watch Season 2 Issue 15
Directed by: Alan Myerson
Written by: Stephen Katz
Original air-date: January 28, 1983
Murder mystery time as Michael investigates the suspicious murder of a Publisher of a skin magazine
Knight Watch Season 2 Issue 14
Directed by: Bernard L. Kowalski
Written by: David Braff
Original air-date: January 21, 1983
One of the first times Michael & KITT enter into a race to uncover what kind of foul play is afoot
Knight Watch Season 2 Issue 13
Original Air-date: January 14, 1983
Written by: Robert Foster
Directed By: Jeffrey Hayden
The first to be written by Robert Foster who would take the show further into the future.
Knight Watch Season 2 Issue 12 - MID-SEASON FINALE
Original Air-date: December 17, 1982
Written by: Richard Christian Matheson & Thomas Szollosi
Directed By: Gil Bettman
Really enjoyed this episode as it had the feel and pacing of a mini-action movie and it really felt like that David & William acted like their roles were second nature to them as they had settled into them by this point.