One of my favorite TV shows growing up was the original Knight Rider. Not because it starred David Hasselhoff, he was never the star in my mind. The real star was the car, the "Knight Industries Two Thousand" (affectionately referred to as K.I.T.T.). K.I.T.T. was awesome! It was fast, it had weapons for any occasion, and spoke in a gentlemanly voice provided by actor William Daniels (who went on to play George Feely in Boy Meets World). More importantly, K.I.T.T. could drive himself. I would often daydream of K.I.T.T. picking me up at school after calling him through my watch just like Hasselhoff's character, Michael Knight. Keep in mind this was 1982 so I was six at the time, although even at 35, I still think it would be sweet! Thanks to one well-known company, those early childhood daydreams could become reality in the "not-too-distant-future".