When Cactus Jack Slater, who already owns a chain with three nearby diners, adds violence putting Joe in hospital to his offers for his small town family business, his wife, daughter and friend Skeeter, a truck-driver, hire the A-team; Murdock immediately decides to rise to the occasion as- chef. When Face poses as insurances claims-adjuster for the truckload of restaurant supplies the team stole from his headquarters, Slater is awfully suspicious, especially about the plans for his new shopping center- just on Joe's spot. Fortunately he also plants a wire, which proves Hannibal is right suspecting there's a reason it must be that spot...
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How's it look, B.A.?
The fools under the truck. I hope he knows what he's doing!
You might be surprised at what ole' Murdock knows. Now, I get the feeling more and more that his brain works on many dfferent levels. Like layers, peeling away one after the other, exposing new and wonderous aspects of H.M. Murdock.
That's very poetic, Face.
I thought so.
Poetic? You mean pathetic! You peel at Murdock's brain, you get nothing but jello!
Driving My Life Away
Written by David Malloy
(uncredited), Eddie Rabbitt
(uncredited) and Even Stevens
Performed by Eddie Rabbitt See more