Note: Timecodes are based on DVD releases of the episodes (Region 1, NTSC).
The bank robbers turn into the alley, from which Tino emerges, running straight into K.I.T.T. They speed off to the hospital, and when the thieves give chase they have turned 180-degrees.
Crowds of bystanders can be seen watching the filming.
The background is a mismatch between these two shots.
...and the same again here.
Michael is wearing sunglasses in the long shot, but not wearing them in the close-up.
The driver of the winnebago (coincidentally wearing a Knight Rider crew cap) disappears between these two consecutive shots.
As David Hasselhoff closes the driver's door, the sunroof pops open.
K.I.T.T.'s upper console is missing.
Tino presses a button to his left with his right hand (Michael's position). Despite pressing the Auto Roof Right button, both sunroofs open.
Tino reaches up to push a button on the (missing) ceiling console with his index finger. He completes the action with his middle finger on K.I.T.T.'s left switchpod.
The camera attached to the side of the Trans Am can be seen in this shot.
The Auto Drive seat hiding the blind driver can be seen clearly.
There is movement in K.I.T.T.'s backseat area.
STUNTS & DOUBLES:
Not Paul LaGreca.
The ramp can be seen as K.I.T.T. takes flight.
Not David Hasselhoff.
The camera crew are reflected in K.I.T.T.'s door.
The camera crew are reflected in Michael's sunglasses.
An additional camera crew can be caught on the far right of the image.
The Bank of R. Gilmer, named for Robert W. Gilmer, co-producer of this episode.
The thieves' car loses a hubcap as it screeches round the corner.
Cables can be seen in the backseat area.
The passenger window is rolled all the way down, and there appears to be tape over the door.
The Bates Motel Psycho House can be seen in the background of this shot. The gypsy camp is on the Universal Backlot.
David's script can be seen on the passenger seat.