Next up: two episodes of Knight Rider, Westworld (1973) and Swordfish.
I just googled it and found http://thedailywtf.com/articles/Stargate-Code-of-the-Replica... so that might be a fun one to do a deep dive on.
It's funny because when I arrived at the restaurant, they were easy to spot. It was the table full of pony tails and neckbeards. (Not joking)
The only one I remember by name is Remy.
Revolution had some Lisp code in the first season.
 - https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/216352/lisp-in-Revolutio...
And 24 had Chloe walking over to a terminal and doing `svn unlock xyz` once.
Returns a random real number greater than or equal to 0 and less than 1.
But this other reference link, which presumably takes its information from the back of another book could have led the Airwolf programmer to make the mistake:
It says the generated number is between 0 and 1, without mention to 1 being exclusive. I believe this a common confusion when it comes to RND() usage.
For that reason, a floating point random number from 0 to 1.0000000 inclusive would be hard to work with.
INT(RND(1) * 15 + .5)
*If positive, which RND's return value must be.
The Helicopter Speed Limit - Helicopter Physics Series - #7 - Smarter Every Day 51 -- starts at 2m46s
I was surprised to learn that Chinooks are faster than sportier-looking helicopters because of that factor.
Edwin Van Santen - Airwolf (Mix) Commodore 64
Though if you actually follow @AirWolf4Life for any length of time you may disagree with that previous statement.
But I watched a couple of episodes a few weeks ago (yikes!)
Season 2 and 3 was where the real meat of the show was found.
Fun Fact: My wife wouldn't let me name our son Stringfellow