Two hillbilly types, Royko and Tanen, visit the VA Hospital to see Murdock. When they go to his room, Royko produces a sawed-off shotgun and blasts open the door. The two hillbillies take Murdock hostage and drive off in a pickup truck with an Indian companion. When Face hears of the kidnapping he learns that the Army has been alerted, and barely escapes when Colonel Decker arrives at the hospital. Royko, Tanen, and the Indian drive over 100 miles upstate and arrive at the house of their pappy, Darrow, a famous bounty hunter who sees Murdock as his ticket to the A-Team, the big score he's sought all his life. Darrow draws the A-Team north, but Murdock escapes and a three-way pursuit ensues between the A-Team, the bounty hunters, and Decker. Murdock finds shelter with a small-town veterinarian, Kelly Stevens, as he tries to contact the A-Team, but as the two wait, Murdock and Kelly begin falling in love, to the point that when Murdock eventually reunites with the A-Team, he has to ...
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The scene of the car chase where the A-Team tries to escape from Colonel Decker and his men by jumping over the construction site is stock footage from episode "Labor Pains" (#2.08). In that episode this scene also marked the end of a car chase with Decker. See more
When the bounty hunters open the back of Kelly Stevens' van and are confronted by the barking dog, you can briefly see a bare arm appearing to hold the dog back. It's not Murdock's arm, as he is wearing his usual leather jacket. See more
[to the bounty hunters
Would you mind telling me why you blew a hole in my door?
Our January 15 program referred to a National Linen Company. This was imaginary and not intended to refer to the National Linen Service Division of National Services Industries. National Linen Service is a textile rental firm doing business throughout the United States. We appologize for any confusion. See more
References The Gambler