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Bring Back The A-Team
Justin attempts to re-unite the cast of his favourite show as a child, The A-Team. He has to secure interviews and appearances with the stars of the show who have not spoken to each other for some time.
Justin met with the below people to discuss the show and asked them to attend a reunion. All of them but Mr. T made it to the meeting, which took place at the Friars Club of Beverly Hills.
Dirk Benedict - Templeton "Faceman" Peck
Dwight Schultz - H.M. "Howling Mad" Murdock
Marla Heasley - Tawnia Baker
Jack Ging - General Harlan "Bull" Fullbright
Mr. T - B.A. Baracus
Stephen Cannell - series co-creator
The below people although not being interviewed by Justin appeared at the meeting.
William Lucking - Colonel Lynch
Lance LeGault - Colonel Roderick Decker
Christian Peppard - Representing his late father George Peppard
Justin often used very unorthodox methods, such as ambushing the actors in their homes, hotel rooms, or even while out shopping, without any prior warning and, for Mr. T, attempting to gatecrash his way into the Latin Grammy Awards.
During every interview, Collins would inquire about the rumored tension between Peppard and Mr T. Although Peppard was an established star of Hollywood movies, Mr. T was relatively new to on-screen acting yet, in a short time, he was generally regarded as the main star of the show. It was suggested that tension did indeed exist between the two and was most probably due to Peppard's bitterness of Mr. T's status in the show. During the interview with Mr. T, the trademark gold chains worn by his character were discussed. Mr. T stated that they were symbolic of the iron chains of his African slave-ancestors but made from gold because he thinks of himself as being a 'slave' except with a higher price now. As a lighthearted joke for the show, a medium attempted to contact the deceased George Peppard via seance.
The program never touched upon the fifth season of the series in any way, with no mention of Eddie Velez and Robert Vaughn's characters, and neither actor appearing at the reunion itself. Additionally, the episode in which Jack Ging's character General Fullbright is shot and killed is specifically described as the series' final episode; it was in fact the final episode of season four.
Source : Wikipedia
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