Thursday, 25 December 1986

Tet (co-star)

Tet was an old blue tick hound dog who took care of him self. Though he sometimes got the odd steak of santini.

He mostly hunted for his own food just as hawke often caught his own fish in the lake, that is when the eagle wasn't stealing all the fish.

Tet had a rather unusual habbit which hawke found amusing, though women did not. Tet was rather keen on sniffing up skirts, an unusual character trait to slip into a children's show lol.

We have no idea who tet really belonged to or what happened to him. He also had a habbit of lazing in the sun on the landing stage, which prevented visitors from landing.

The name TET seams to have a deeper meaning than what's often overlooked as just (his dogs called tet) The name stems from the Vietnamese Language and the name's meaning is born on New Year's.

The name is also spelt like this  Teth. It's oddly also ironic that the tet celebration was the night the A-Team robbed the bank of Hanoi.  

He also maybe once starred in an episode of Knight Rider

Knight Rider Season 2, Episode 10 = Ring of Fire

Knight Rider Season 2, Episode 10 = Ring of Fire

He also may have featured in an episode of The A-Team (season 5 episode 3) were murdock turns up with all the dogs at stockwells place.

So it begs the question, did anyone ever spot him on street hawk?

Monday, 16 June 1986

Season 4 Press Release from 1986

Barry Van Dyke, Geraint Wyn Davies, Anthony Sherwood and Michele Scarabelli to star in 24 new episodes of "AIRWOLF". Hour-long action/adventure series now in production for USA Network.

Barry Van Dyke, Geraint Wyn Davies, Anthony Sherwood and Michele Scarabelli have been cast in the principal roles of "Airwolf", the action-adventure series that has begun production of all-new, exclusive episodes for USA Network airing later this season.

The series originated on CBS-TV and was broadcast with Jan-Michael Vincent, Ernest Borgnine and Alex Cord starring in the central roles. USA Network is currently airing these 55 episodes in their off-network premiere on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights at 10 pm. Satardays at 8 pm and Sundays at 7 p, ET & PT.

The 24 original episodes currently in production are the result of a ground-breaking agreement with "Airwolf" making the first hour-long action/adventure series to be produced for exclusive airing on basic cable television.

"USA is especially proud to introduce new episodes of this exciting series, which ran for three seasons on network television", David Kaniz, senior Vice President, Programming, said. "In addition to four new heroes, portrayed by talented young performers, we will be able to draw upon extensive inventory of ´Airwolf´ action footage that has never been on the air.

USA Network