For The Love Of Mike
Asian Henchman finds Pointedly Evil panting angrily near the security exit and asks, "What happened?" Pointedly Evil: "Our job just got harder." You know, you could have imparted some actual information there, but no, you went with a vague but threatening quip. This is why TV bad guys always lose -- pretty surprising, given this one's impressive ability to shake off a kick in the balls in all of six seconds.
Outside, KITT pulls up. Mike's first reaction is "Nice ride," but then he sees that nobody's driving and starts to wig out. KITT, whipping through a crowded parking structure, introduces himself; Mike is like, "Nice to meet you WHY ARE YOU DRIVING YOURSELF AND KNOWING MY NAME AIIEEEEEE." Sarah tries to mediate between Mike, who is threatening to put sugar in KITT's gas tank, and KITT, who's like, "Wouldn't be prudent." Mike's next worry is that the baddies will recognize KITT; Sarah smirks that he needn't worry about that.
Cut to KITT at a stop sign outside the casino, his exoskeleton now lavender. Heh. Mike stares. Sarah smiles smugly. The baddies mill around in the chaos caused by the fire alarm, but don't spot purple KITT.
Rivai leafs through autopsy photos of Grey Hair and asks Sheriff Ramsey how many men he has available: "We're gonna need all of 'em." Grey Hair isn't Graiman, you see, which means "Charles Graiman is still alive." Sheriff Ramsey apparently didn't watch the credits, because he does a stagy double-take at this revelation.
Cut to some woods, through which one Bruce Davison, a.k.a. the somewhat battered but otherwise peppy Charles Graiman, is running. He stumbles and falls, then raises his perfectly coiffed head (seriously, what conditioner is this guy using?) to stare, terrified, into the commercial break.
Back to Graiman race-walking through the woods. He's brought up short by a flashback to a conversation he had with Grey Hair, who is evidently employed as his double; Grey Hair spots the power company's van, smells a rat, and sends Graiman out via a secret passageway to escape harm. Graiman slips through a door disguised as a bookshelf, then out an ivy-covered outer door. He stops to watch Pointedly Evil and Asian Henchman approaching the house, then flees.