Knight Watch Season 3 Issue 11
Directed by Bruce Kessler
Written by Story by : Stephen B. Katz
Teleplay by : Robert W. Gilmer & Janis Hendler
Original airdate December 18, 1983
Knight Rider's only Christmas episode in the Franchise's 36 year existence.
Knight Watch Season 3 Issue 09
Directed by Winrich Kolbe
Written by Janis Hendler
Original air-date December 4, 1983
Knight Watch Season 3 Issue 8
Revisiting this episode has been an interesting exercise as a reviewer as to be able to look at what Michael and KITT are left to use when taken out of their comfort-zone is impressive to watch because it also shows you how resourceful the team is.
Knight Watch Season 3 Issue Issue 07
Directed by: Georg Fenady
Written by: William Schmidt & Robert Specht
Original air-date: November 13, 1983
Considering the amount of time that Knight Rider had been running for at this point in 1983, it's surprising that an episode involving custom & classic cars and theft of said cars would appear here at this point. But I suppose timing is everything and the story is well-written, as most Knight Rider episodes go where it has that right level of seriousness along with some light-hearted moments of humor particularly where KITT scares a pair of would-be car-thieves by going Automatic after they think they've broken in when he allows them entrance and "scares their socks."
Knight Watch Season 3 Issue 06
Directed by: Jeffrey Hayden
Written by: Janis Hendler
Original air-date: November 6, 1983
What I like about this episode is that there was a decent pay-off with a crooked cop with a vendetta going to jail, a Butler keeping his freedom and an innocent woman clearing her name.
It's unusual to see Geena Davis in a Knight Rider episode, yet at the same time she plays off of Hasselhoff brilliantly.
Knight Watch Season 3 Issue 05
Directed by: Alan Myerson
Written by: Larry Forrester
Original air-date: October 30, 1983
Whenever the whole team is involved, it makes for good viewing such is the case with this episode with Devon on research, April playing Nurse and technician and Michael doing as only he knows best - handing out justice.
Knight Watch Season 3 Issue 04
Directed by: Bernard L. Kowalski
Written by: Jackson Gillis
Original air-date: October 23, 1983
To be honest, this a good episode with the lone exception of a flaw in the writing with regards to identifying the whistle-blower to FLAG. I just don't understand how Julie is required as a witness to identify whereas KITT is more than capable if not more capable of making an accurate verification due to his state of the art technology.
Knight Watch Season 3 Issue 03
Directed by: Alan Myerson
Written by: William Schmidt
Original air-date: October 16, 1983
While Knight Rider is well-known for it's high-octane action, it's also known for on occasion for doing stories that pull on the heart-strings. Such as the case with this episode where we get to know more about Devon's past.
Knight Watch Season 3 Issue 02
Directed by: Sidney Hayers
Written by: E.F. Wallengren
Original airdate: October 9, 1983
This is easily one of my favoured episodes because the pacing, story and action is Knight Rider personified. Once the momentum picks up it never stops
Covering the 2nd Season of the original Knight Rider