Remember how â€œSeinfeldâ€ used to do those episodes where the characters would be stuck somewhere, like a restaurant or a parking garage? That's the deal here, as the team wraps up their boat trip from Ecuador and sits at a border crossing in Texas. Hannibal dresses as â€œRoger Castro,â€ one of Fidel's brothers who's seeking asylum; Face and Murdock accidentally marry the Doublemint Twins while trying to buy sno-cones, and B.A. uses his always-present welding gear to turn a border fence into armor-plating. They do indeed bust through the border, but their pants stay in Mexico, making for an awkward ride home.
Welcome to the factory of the damned - "Modern Times" as directed by Sam Peckinpah and filmed by your cable access station.
My dreams of seeing a chicken rescue Markie Post remain unrealized.
My god, he's the David Hasselhoff of Sweden!
If condoms came to life, do you think they'd be proud of their work preventing diseases and so forth? Or would they suffer from burnout and trauma, given what they have to see and do?
It's time for welding and drilling and why they didn't just hire B.A. to succeed Bob Vila on 'This Old House' I'll never know.
There's sort of an unofficial list of places where furry kitty cuteness don't exactly work. I mean, when was the last time you heard a quote like "Despite the dark history and the cold Bruno is happy at Auschwitz"? Egad.
"You drove through the wall of a nursing home, stole a patient's wheelchair, drove the suspect down a hallway in the stolen wheelchair and launched him out a sixth story window, all without reading the suspect his Miranda rights! What have you got to say for yourself, Callahan?" "I'm smooth, Chief."
The A-Team is hired by the mom-and-pop diamond industry, which is being run out of business by the new cubic zirconia manufacturers and their thuggish CEO. Hannibal's bizarre plan involves starting up a new radio station to play all your favorite hits and dusties (hence the â€œdustâ€ in the title); weirdly, it's so successful that Hannibal buys out not only the cubic zirconia people but the Moo 'n' Oink grocery chain and the Pump 'n' Loaf gas station franchise, AND he convinces Peaches and a reluctant Herb to do away with â€œandâ€ and rename their duo Peaches 'n' Herb!
This is the kind of funeral anyone would be proud to have, as long as they didn't mind that it was held in a bathroom and the participants repeatedly forgot the name of the deceased.