When Rockford is hospitalized following an accident, he stumbles onto what appears to be a highly profitable organ transplant ring.
Herbert Bremen, the plaintiff in a lawsuit over the ranchers' rights to the water on their properties, is a bad loser, and has decided to put the ranchers out of business any way he can. Devon assigns Michael to protect the ranchers against Bremen’s escalating legal – and illegal – activities. Unfortunately, Bremen’s violent schemes to deprive their cattle of much-needed water have increased the rancher's frustration to the point of violence. Led by the willful and courageous Morgan family, the ranchers attempt retribution, but are stopped in their tracks each time. Michael and the Knight-2000 come to the rescue in a daring display of the car’s dazzling capabilities.
At a luxurious but remote tropical island resort, the enigmatic Mr. Roarke somehow makes the secret dreams of his well-heeled guests come true, although twists of fate occasionally turn those dreams into nightmares. He is assisted by Tattoo, a little person who could be trusted to sing out, "Da plane! Da plane!" as each group of guests arrived. In the final season of the series, Roarke is joined by Lawrence, a dapper Englishman. As a sort of anthology series, the show featured new guest stars each week, and many big names of the era made a trip onto "Fantasy Island."
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