With Decker (finally) hounding them at every turn, the A-Team has to hide out in an Ohio prison. They beat back a threat from the prison â€œbossâ€ - not through the usual punching, kicking and grenading, but by leading a prison theater production of â€œMame.â€ (Murdock's Rosalind Russell impression is one for the ages.)
The public radio show Sound Opinions asked the world for their favorite guilty pleasures, and I happily gave mine: "MacArthur Park" by Richard Harris.
Only one man can feed Gene Simmons. And his name... is Carrot Top.
Who's with me, besides uniformed penguins and soccer-loving I Can't Believe It's Not Butter users?
We're thinking of changing the sign on our front door to read "NO SOLICITORS OR VIOLENT GENOME CREATURES."
I guess it's probably true, but why must I be the one to know it?
Friends, meet the website that turns Richard Nixon into one of those blue things from that big movie thing.
A short-on-cash Face puts his gift of gab to use on the lucrative motivational speaking circuit. He's encouraging people all over the country to think smart, think positive and live the dream â€“ including one of Decker's trusted lieutenants, who is so motivated to find his charges that he dives from the balcony and tackles Face on the spot. The problem? The rest of the team is suffering from apathy, and don't feel like rescuing anybody.
An evil chiropractor, twisting and contorting and manipulating his victims' spines until they turn into servants of the dark? It's true, this odd but compelling Halloween episode features Hannibal disguised as Horst, a Eurotrash wunderkind of chiropractic who can't tolerate competition, and B.A. as the very unwilling patient with a kink in his neck bigger than the Mall of America. Did I also mention the evil chiropractor is played by Jim J. Bullock? Ok then.