Jump back into the black van and rejoin The A-Team in all 22 explosive Season Four episodes --their most action-packed adventures yet! Team up again with B.A., Hannibal, Murdock and Face as they take on hardhearted kidnapp... more »ers, corrupt millionaires, ruthless drug dealers, and even a Mob kingpin. Joining Mr. T and the rest of the gang are some of television?s greatest guest stars, including Rick James, Hulk Hogan, Pat Sajak, Vanna White, and eighties? icon Boy George. Available on DVD for the first time, The A-Team Season Four includes a bonus preview episode from season five and a special featurette that takes a fun look back at television?s most memorable decade, the ?80s. For unforgettable excitement and fun, hire The A-Team!« less
"When it first came out on TV on January 23rd, 1983, THE-A-TEAM ranked 10th on the Nielsen rating (The Percent of all TV-equipped homes tuned to the program on an average night, as measured by Nielsen Media Research). The Second season rated even higher ranking 4th out the best 30 TV shows, The 3rd season rated 6th and the fourth season rated 30th. To me that is a very good and respectable record. In fact, THE-A-TEAM is number 98 on the Top 100 Series of all Time until the 2002- 2003 season.
The Fourth Season consist of 22 episodes and they are as follows:
1- Judgement Day - Part 1 & 2 - Aired 24 September 1985 2- Where is The Monster When You Need Him?- Aired 1 October 1985 3- Lease With an Option to Die - Aired 22 October 1985 4- The Road To Hope - Aired 29 October 1985 5- The Heart Of Rock N' Roll - Aired 5 November 1985 6- Body Slam - Aired 12 November 1985 7- Blood, Sweat and Cheers - Aired 19 November 1985 8- Mind Games - Aired 26 November 1985 9- There Goes The Neighbourhood - Aired 3 December 1985 10- The Doctor is Out - Aired 10 December 1985 11- Uncle Buckle-Up - Aired 17 December 1985 12- Wheel Of Furtune - Aired 14 January 1986 13- The-A-Team is Coming, The-A-Team is Coming - Aired 21 January 1986 14- Members Only - Aired 28 January 1986 15- Cowboy George - Aired 11 February 1986 16- Waiting For Insane Wayne - Aired 18 February 1986 17- The Duke Of Whispering Pines-Aired 25 February 1986 18- Beneath The Surface - Aired 4 March 1986 19- Mission Of Peace - Aired 11 March 1986 20- The Trouble With Harry - Aired 25 March 1986 21- The Little Town With An Accent-Aired 6 May 1986 22- The Sound Of Thunder - Aired 13 May 1986
I hope Season Five will be coming out soon, Thanks. "
A-TEAM: Cool series from a Blind-Buy fan
J. Willis | 04/04/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Hello, all of you "A-Team"'ers out there :) I bought this set when Season 1 was released as a "blind-buy" purchase, having never seen this series when it aired in the 80's or in syndication (I know...hard to believe...:) ) I bought the set in memory of my Dad who watched this show after he was retired from his job. I remember laughing at Dad when he told me he never missed this show. Now, the laugh's on me :) I love this series! Amazing...plus I've had the cool experience of watching these eps for the 1st time on DVD. Currently, I'm viewing Season 3. Season 4's in the mail. I've heard some forum talk that Season 5 wasn't up to speed compared to the previous 4 seasons. So, I'm not certain I'll gamble on Season 5 yet. I haven't noticed any difference between S1 thru S3; I've loved every episode of the ones I've seen up to this point. Be that as it may, "The A-Team Rocks" :) (Hard to believe a "Baby Boomer" said that, right?) :)"
Nice season Dvds have problems
David FERNANDEZ SABIO | Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid Spain | 05/19/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Again Universal Studios has done it.Some episodes hasn't got preview some has sound effects missing and the menu episode summary has been ripped off as well the episode chapters.The season starts with a 2 hour premiere called Judgment Day.The rest of episodes are fun to watch and include some guest stars such Boy George,Hulk Hogan and others.The episode formula is always the same:the bad guys threatens the nice and innocent people,the A-Team is called and hired,then they move on the goons and finally their boss is beaten after the team is locked up in some warehouse with plently of tools and acetilene torch to make a Mcgyver style a weapon or defense.Of course noone is hurt and all the bullets never hit anyone.The show success is based on the chemistry between the characters and how they interact.Until fall the Fith and last season won't be released and I hope that a nice docummentary on the phenonmenon can be included."
A serious decline in quality
Inspector Gadget | On the trail of Doctor Claw | 09/06/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"By Season Four, the people behind The A-Team just put less and less effort into the story and opted for the same old, same old formulaic nonsense with fake car chases, phony crashes, obvious stunt doubles and poorly integrated stock footage.
Only about half of the episodes are worth watching, while the rest are so mundane to the point of being down right awful. The 'Uncle Buckle-Up' episode in particular is just horrendous and the infamous 'Cowboy George' (my eyes, MY EYES!!!) really is as bad as you've heard. I haven't seen it for years (I skipped right over it on this box set) but I remember wishing that the ground would just open up and swallow me, it was that bad. At one point you can even see Dirk Benedict barely containing his embarrassment.
The best episodes are not necessarily the ones with the best action and stories. When the show makes the most of out the four characters (usually with an amusing running joke with Murdoch) it can be highly watchable. A young Hulk Hogan even joins in for a couple of episodes.
The over-zealous Decker is replaced by equally incompetent General Fullbright in this season but he ends up being killed-off in the last episode (further proof that people DID die in this show), which is actually a complete rip-off of Rambo - First Blood Part II [Blu-ray], to the point of even hiring the same actors for the same kind of roles.
Thankfully, things really picked up for Season 5, though I can still only reccomend this to hardcore A-Team completists.
The DVD presents the show in absolutely shocking quality. Shot on 35mm film there are a couple of shots that are surprisingly crisp and colorful but I'm afraid that the rest of it is grainy, washed-out and as dull as dish water. The thin Mono soundtracks fail to impress also, and there are no worthy extra features."
I Love It When a Plan Comes Together!
Candy Thompson | 02/21/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"We love the A-Team! We enjoy the chemistry and the idiocyncracies of the characters, the silly plots, car chases and explosions. Just good old family fun. These are dvd's that the whole family can watch, no blood, and really not much violence, nobody gets killed, the good guys win in the end, and it's great entertainment!"