Monday, August 15, 2005

It was the H-team all a long

According to The Onion, The U.S. military has finally pardoned the A-Team, so they no longer have to live life on the run.

According to the article, it was "a typo which attributed crimes committed by the H-Team to the A-Team." For all of their troubles, "the court will award Peck, Murdock, and Baracus honorable discharges, a written apology from Decker, and 32 years' back pay."

Peck claims that the team is still not convinced that the deal is legit, so they will have a backup plan:

"We formed a backup plan in case things turn out to be on the jazz," Peck said, using the team's code phrase for a troublesome situation. "Murdock's gonna perch a helicopter on top of the courtroom. B.A. found a broken Howitzer in a junkyard, got it working again, and got it mounted in our van. We also have a whole team of troubled teens B.A. befriended and taught valuable lessons. They placed explosives thoughout the courtroom and along our subterranean escape route. If need be, they'll blow that courtroom apart."

Peck admitted that their escape plan might be too crazy to work, acknowledging the possibility that he will be punched in the face during the escape. He also noted that stacks of cardboard boxes might break the falls of the military personnel thrown into the air by the A-Team's explosives.

"Just to be safe, I romanced a beautiful court stenographer and convinced her to smuggle some smoke bombs in with her," Peck said. "All in a day's work."

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