Knight Rider

Synopsis: KITT (Knight Industries Three Thousand) is an artificially intelligent car that can hack any system, shoot weapons like a jet fighter, and use holograms to transform into other vehicles. This is reinvented version of the 1982 show of the same name.
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60 min

- Evening.

- Evening

responding to a call

by a Mr. Curtis.

I didn't expect you

till tomorrow morning.

Oh. Well, most people

would be thrilled.

Yeah, well, uh,

any identification?

Oh, yeah. Sure.

Look, we're happy

to come back tomorrow.

No, no. It's all right.

Come on. Come on.

Call said your power was out.

Oh, well, I got a generator

for the essentials.

You live here

all by yourself.

So you have any idea

what the problem could be?

[Accent becomes British]

Actually, Mr. Graiman, I do.

We cut your power.

Come here.

What do you want?

Your hard drives.

Or more specifically,

the research

on your hard drives.

Fine. Take 'em and go.


Oh, Il also need you

to guide me

through the, uh, encryptions

and safeties...

you've undoubtedly placed

on your files.

You can kill me.

I won't give you a thing.

Killing you won't help me.


I will, however,

drive to Stanford.

Pick up your lovely daughter,

bring her back here

and hurt her...

while you watch.

I think homeboy's having

a cardiac emergency.

Breathe, Charles.


Well, that didn't go

according to plan.

Shut up.

We'll take the drives

then grab the cardinal.

She can break his codes.

You killed

the vacuum cleaner.

Fan out.

Make sure there's no one

left in this house.

Why don't you shoot it?

Boss, better get in here

and check this out.

Lower level

southeast corner.


Damn walkies.

Go get him, will ya?

I've never seen algorithms

this complex.

Dude, just go get him!

That's my kind of ride.

Go like this.

Certainly didn't come

from the dealership.

Shut down the engine

and get out of the car.

Want to go after it?

Go after what?

Whoever was driving

that car knows we were here.

Might have seen our faces.

If we're lucky,

we have 24 hours

before the police and FBI

are all over us.

Our job is to deliver Prometheus

and now the girl.

And that's exactly what

we're gonna do.

[driver exhales, astonished]

[Knight Rider Theme playing]

This footage was shot

in our labs last year.

As you can see,

the molecular-sized


can break themselves down

and reform into another shape

of similar mass.

And though this is a relatively

simple example,

there's no limit

to the size and intricacy

of the possibilities.

It is the basis

for this technology

we will be studying

during the semester.

Its origins,

its foundations,

and its possible future



I was just wondering

if you're gonna be working

with your father

on all this.

No, we haven't worked

together in some time.

I heard he's working

for the pentagon.

I'm sorry.

What's your name?

Dustin Cary.

Well, Dustin,

if you can find him,

you can ask him.


this is my class,

so try to stay on topic,



Open up, Mikey.

I know you're in there.

Mike, we have a problem.

Oh, hey. Sorry, amber.

You put hand soap

in the dishwasher again?

Your investors are here.

And their knocking

doesn't sound

like the hey,

let's all grab a latte

kind of knocking, Mike.

Hi, Dylan.

Oh, Sadie. Hi.

Mike, what do you want to do?

# yeah yeah #

# yeah yeah #

# just take us back

to our youth #

# a new solution to truth #

# so when we started

as friends #

# don't give it all away #

# yeah #

# yeah yeah #

# yeah # #

how long has this

been ringing?



How long ago?

I'm on my way.

I wasn't expecting breakfast,

but I didn't think

you'd run out.

Sorry. Work emergency.

Stay as long

as you want.

Swim, lay out, whatever.

Just lock up

when you leave, okay?

Aren't you worried

about leaving someone

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