Colt and Howie go undercover in a prison, trying to get one of the inmates to lead them to his former partner-in-crime and with him, the money from the duo's last job.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Colt Seavers
Howie Munson
Jody Banks
Samantha 'Big Jack' Jack
Bill Fletcher ...
Guard Keenan
Fred Holliday ...
FBI Agent Jones
FBI Agent Wilson
Sandy Ward ...
Warden Jim Mitchell
Red Eye
Ed Hooks ...
Otto Felix ...
Danny Gardner
Cindy Wilson ...


Jack tells Colt that a guy she knows who is wanted fears that if he's caught he will be sent to prison and one of the inmates thinks he betrayed him. So she needs Colt to help him and to do that is to get the inmate to tell them where his partner who's the one who betrayed him is. So Colt and Howie go in as inmates so they get to the guy. The warden whom Jack knows helps her but he tags Colt as a cop killer which puts on the guards radar, so they come down on him. and when the warden has an attack, the head guard takes over which complicates things. Written by

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Action | Adventure




Release Date:

25 November 1981 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Photophone Sound Recording)


Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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In this episode Richard Kiel plays the character "Animal". In the first season opening credits, Kiel also plays the character who is seen walking on a train in a scene from Silver Streak (1976). See more »

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Plausability taken prisoner
27 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Plot; Colt and Howie go undercover inside a prison where their only contact is the Warden, who subsequently falls into a coma.

This episode gives plausibility a giant wedgie, but as with many shows of its ilk from the era you just sorta have to go with it. With the pause button pushed on your common sense, there's a lot to enjoy here. Of particular note, once again, are the guest stars.

Richard Kiel (AKA Jaws from the Roger Moore era James Bond films) actually gets to stretch his acting wings a bit here and does a nice job. Naturally he's playing a heavy, but he gets to play some non-physical comedic moments as well and handles them deftly. John Quade and Robert Tessier (also playing a heavys, 'natch) really help give the episode a little pizazz.

With amusing hijinks and a couple of fun stunts, "That's Right, We're Bad" is anything but.

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