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Hey,gang.Ok, here's my satire on how BSG and Knight Rider tie in. (Indulge me) In the Galactica 1980 episodes "The Night the Cylons Landed" A Cylon Centurion and a humanoid Cylon plummet from the top of a radio tower into a dumpster.The dumpster is collected and brought to a waste recycling plant owned by Wilfred Knight. After the Cylons are discovered, they are reversed engineered by Knight into the form of a car,which he names KITT.The most  recognizable features of the alien technology are the sweeping red eye and sound effect intergrated into the car's grille .The Cylons had encountered a human, Norman(William Daniels) during their earth adventure and recorded his actions and voice patterns.During the re-engineering process from Cylon to Pontiac, the voice recording quality became the basis for the computer voice of the car. Enter Michael Knight and there's a new series! Ridulous? Absoutely, but soap opera writers have been doing this for years.:)

Later,Ray

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Comment by Michael David Hewitt on December 9, 2011 at 3:05am

OFC KITT is saintly and sarcastic obviously from a move centured Cylon. However KARR the original still had the original Cylon software and believed in maintaining its own survival and not that of a human occupant.

I like this idea and the effect a Microwave had on a Cylon, seems that us feeble Earthlings had a weapon to defeat the Cylons better then any on the Battlestar Galactica and also useful for heating Baked Beans!!

 

M.

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