The A-Team/Mind Games
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Mind Games is the ninth episode of the fourth season of The A-Team, and the seventy-first episode overall.
Guest Stars: Sheelagh McLeod (E.G. Fowler), David Hedison (David Vaun), Barney McFadden (Pell), James Hong (Chow), Larry Anderson, Ping Wu, Jan Merlin, Larry Carroll, Johnny Mountain (Anchorman), Hal Rayle (Chuck-a-Luck the Chicken), Adele West (Girl), Wendy Sherwood (Receptionist), Cal Pritner (Miller), Rodney Saulsberry (Ambulance Attendant), Rod Stryker (Sergeant Case), Inez Pedroza (TV News Anchorwoman), Ed Quinlan (Man), Dennis Kelly (Mason Sever), Scott Ellsworth (Newsman #2), Hettie Lynn Hurtes (Newsman #1)
News comes over the Television,and Radio that Templeton Peck aka Face has been cleared of all charges relating to The A-Teams crimes.This both a surprise,and shock to the Team.All but Face is weary of an obvious set-up by the Military.Hannibal calls his lawyer to varify whether,or not the announcement was real.If so Face can go out into the World free from arrest.They Hannibal,Murdock,and B.A. are all happy for Face.But,the Military in the person of one General Harlen Bull Fulbright is not at all happy.This man will make it his mission to follow Face,and apprehend The A-Team.The Team themselves though happy for Face who is expected to receive an official pardon are still somewhat suspicious.Their suspicions will prove to be true.This so-called pardon is really a plan by some rogue Agents of the CIA.They plan to use Face as bait bring to the surface a War criminal to arrest.This Man wants to kill Face whom he believes had dishonored his daughter.Once Face surfaces, he is in a dyer dilemma.The Team members will keep a discreet watch over him(from a safe distance so as not to be captured).
This is Jack Gings first appearance as General Bull Fulbright.He will replace Colonel Decker in future episodes.His role in this episode is fairly small.
Behind the Scenes
Allusions and References
Murdock playing his version of Faceman,calling himself Hunkman.Murdock also doing an impersonation of Henry Kissinger while talking on the telephone.Face himself mimicking Murdock so convincingly.Too convincingly.
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