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BREAKING: Supporting Cast of Knightrider to Reunite to Ask David Hasselhoff for Money
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According to a joint statement released by the series producers and cast members, the supporting cast and crew of the 1980s TV series ‘Knightrider’ will reunite for the first time in 20 years to request financial assistance from the show’s star David Hasselhoff.

“We’re all excited about the opportunity to see each other again,” said Peter Parros, who played Reginald Cornelius III in the program about a Las Vegas police detective and his intelligent car.

  
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“And the reason we are excited is because we are all very hungry and believe this has a slight chance of working.”

According to Parros, the cast will first appear together for a live discussion underneath the I-105 overpass in South Los Angeles on Thursday. There they will collectively draft a letter in which they will ask Hasselhoff if he will share some of his wealth with them, or at least offer a loan.

“We don’t want to come off as desperate” said Patricia McPherson, who played Hasselhoff’s romantic interest Dr. Bonnie Barstow in the original series.

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“I think that’s what went wrong last time we tried this. We looked too desperate.”

McPherson says the cast and crew needs to balance a delicate line between inquiring about how he is doing, thus securing their friendship, and requesting that he give them all money.



“This time, I think we just want to say something like: ‘Hey, Dave, hope you’re well man. The gang from Knightrider got together and we were catching up about the good old days and thought maybe if you have some spare cash you could give it to us…please?’ Basically we need to time it right.”

Dave Jott, president of the Official Knightrider Online Fan Club, says he is excited to see the cast getting back together for the first time in two decades.

“This is fantastic news, because it means I probably won’t be getting calls asking for donations from those guys for at least a few days.” he said.

“It’s amazing…you give Rebecca Holden (who played April Curtin in season 2) a half turkey sandwich in 1993 and suddenly members of the cast are living in and out of your garage over the next six years.”

4:30 AM UPDATE: According to a source close to the Hasselhoff family, members of the cast of Knightrider were found on the family estate at 2:30 in the morning. The family called the police and the cast and crew were arrested and cited with trespassing charges.

Note: This article is satirical and does not reflect factual reporting.



 

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