Still officially fugitives from justice as The A-Team begins its second season, the members of the titular team nonetheless continue to surface from time to time to perform acts of great courage, protecting the weak from evildoers and occasionally saving the -- er -- behind of the very government that has been relentlessly pursuing them. Back on the job are team leader Hannibal Smith (George Peppard), weapons expert B.A. (Mr. T), gonzo pilot "Howling Mad" Murdock (Dwight Schultz), and glib con artist "Faceman" (Dirk Benedict). During the previous season, the A-Team was assisted by sympathetic girl reporter Amy Allen, played by Melinda Culea. Reportedly because of friction on the set between Culea and another cast member, Amy disappears from the series after the episode titled "The White Ballot." Also, the Team's most ruthless military antagonist from season one, Col. Lynch (William Lucking), is joined in his pursuit of the good guys by another colonel, Roderick Decker (Lance Le Gault). The first of this year's missions finds the A-Team emulating the classic French film The Wages of Fear by agreeing to transport explosives to a Zimbabwe diamond mine. In subsequent adventures, the Team heads to Ecuador to locate its client's college sweetheart, thwart a dangerous gang of wild horse rustlers, protect a group of independent cabbies from the murderous excesses of a large transit company, pose as migrant workers to expose a gang of modern-day slave drivers, enter into a small-town political campaign to bring a crooked sheriff to justice, assist a Southern preacher in his efforts to halt the sale of poisonous moonshine, and face down a group of mercenaries each specially trained to kill a specific A-Team member.
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