|"Knight of the Juggernaut (Part 2)"|
| Series Knight Rider|
Season 4, Episode 2
|Air date||September 20th, 1985|
|Writers||Robert Foster; Burton Armus|
|Producers||Burton Armus; Gregory S. Dinallo; Robert Ewing; Robert Foster; Bruce Golin; Gino Grimaldi; Mark Jones; Bruce Lansbury; Glen A. Larson; Ronald Martinez |
|Starring||David Hasselhoff; Edward Mulhare; Patricia McPherson; Peter Parros|
"Knight of the Juggernaut (Part 1)"
"Knight of the Juggernaut (Part 2)" is the first episode of season four of the TV action series Knight Rider and is the sixty-sixth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Georg Fenady with a script written by Robert Foster and Burton Armus. It first aired on NBC on Friday, September 20th, 1985 at 10:00 pm.
|David Hasselhoff||Michael Knight|
|Edward Mulhare||Devon Miles|
|Patricia McPherson||Bonnie Barstow|
|Peter Parros||Reginald Cornelius, III|
Guest Starring Edit
|John Considine||Phillip Nordstrom|
|Mary Kate McGeehan||Jennifer Knight|
|Mary Woronov||Doctor Von Furst|
|Pamela Susan Shoop||Marta Simmons|
|R. Chandler Garrison||Head butler|
|Luis Contreras||Voice #2|
|V.C. Dupree||Gang member #1|
|Wren Brown||Gang member #2|
|Marco Hernandez||Gang member #3|
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