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Jamie ( Lindsay Wagner ) wakes up in a hospital bed with severe amnesia. She cannot remember the skydiving accident, or her relationship with Steve Austin (Lee Majors). She knows that they grew up together, that when her parents died she was aged 16, and Steve's parents became her legal guardians. Incest!!!
The babe seems to think that her doctor is the new love interest. This is more like a soap opera than an action show.
Jamie ( Lindsay Wagner ) is hired by a middle-aged villain to steal some secret documents. The villain's thirty-something son is impressed by her, but refuses to believe that his father is the villain she says he is.
The Bionic Woman appears to be still living with Steve Austin's parents.
Jamie ( Lindsay Wagner ) is the bionic woman, star of this show. Richard Anderson plays the same character he does in the Lee Majors show. This time he sends her on a rescue mission to sunny Costa Brava - no, not the sunny Spanish holiday resort. No, this is a fictional country somewhere in South America. Her assistant is a misogynist old git (Andy Griffith) who constantly forwards the view that it is no job for a woman. Of course, bionic Jamie proves him wrong.
Jaime ( Lindsay Wagner ) is a school-teacher. She takes some orphan kids on a picnic. Wow, that is exciting. Then some villains kidnap the bus driver ...
The guest-star is Steve Austin (Lee Majors). But not even the bionic team-up can defeat the show's atrocious music.
Jamie stays on a ranch with a tame lion. A ferocious feline has been savaging local livestock, and the lion gets the blame. We get to see some pretty unconvincing confrontations, almost as bad as in the Victor Mature film Samson and Delilah.
Steve Austin (Lee Majors - ) discloses to his boss Oscar that person or persons unknown can block the US radar defense network. Oscar drops by Jamie's house to conscript her into helping. She uses her super-powers for super-baking. The suspect, an Aerospace Billionaire, is a friend of Jamie's ..
There is a secret microtape in an Arab country. Jaime ( Lindsay Wagner ) is co-opted to act as Navigator to a long-distance driving race. Despite her not wearing the veil, and the USA (and their Israeli allies) being unpopular in hardline Islamic countries.
The villains of the piece are a couple of supposedly Chinese folks, trying to pass themselves off as the Hong Kong team. Never mind that Hong Kong was still part of the British Empire, and thus an unofficial American protectorate.
Jaime ( Lindsay Wagner ) saves a native American boy from a Cyberman with a rocket pack.
Enemy agents stole a formula from a pacifist scientist. He entrusts it to his friend (and Jamie, his bodyguard) so the OSI will have the formula and thus the balance of power will be maintained. However, the plane crashes in the rainforest (well, it is more of a temperate forest but it is meant to be in Brazil]. Jamie must get the messenger to safety, dodging enemy agents and venomous reptiles.
Jamie is assigned to carry a secret code-breaking machine to a base in the Mojave desert. However, when she gets home she is told it was reported missing, and she is suspected of stealing it.
Steve Austin (Lee Majors - ) has radiation poisoning. His only hope is if his girlfriend, Jamie ( Lindsay Wagner ), can contact the alien colonists (including her rival love-interest Stephanie Powers ) and retrieve the aliens' super-drug. Yes, this is a crossover story from the original show, Six Million Dollar Man .
Jamie is attacked by Sasquatch, but rescued by one of the Colony women. She agrees to defeat John Saxon ( Planet Earth ) and his rebels in exchange for a sample of the drug. However, she does not know that Ms Powers has radiation poisoning too, and there is only enough drug for one of them.
Saxon's men are digging a new geothermal vent at a weak point in the Earth's crust, in a Mexican volcano. However, this activates an eruption - which (as in the first story) threatens devastation on the entire Pacific coast.
2- 1 45416 29 Sep 76 In This Corner, Jaime Sommers 2- 2 45425 6 Oct 76 Assault on the Princess 2- 3 45406 20 Oct 76 Road to Nashville 2- 4 45410 27 Oct 76 Kill Oscar (1) 2- 5 45499 31 Oct 76 Kill Oscar (2) [originally aired on Six Million Dollar Man] 2- 6 45411 3 Nov 76 Kill Oscar (3) 2- 7 45408 10 Nov 76 Black Magic 2- 8 45429 24 Nov 76 Sister Jaime 2- 9 45412 1 Dec 76 The Vega Influence 2-10 45420 15 Dec 76 Jaime's Shield (1) 2-11 45424 22 Dec 76 Jaime's Shield (2) 2-12 45414 12 Jan 77 Biofeedback 2-13 45401 19 Jan 77 Doomsday Is Tomorrow (1) 2-14 45402 26 Jan 77 Doomsday Is Tomorrow (2) 2-15 45426 2 Feb 77 Deadly Ringer (1) 2-16 45430 9 Feb 77 Deadly Ringer (2) 2-17 45421 23 Feb 77 Jaime and the King 2-18 45440 9 Mar 77 Beyond the Call 2-19 45437 16 Mar 77 The DeJon Caper 2-20 45441 23 Mar 77 The Night Demon (aka: Daemon Creature) 2-21 45442 30 Mar 77 Iron Ships and Dead Men 2-22 45443 4 May 77 Once A Thief
3- 1 47418 10 Sep 77 The Bionic Dog (1) 3- 2 47419 17 Sep 77 The Bionic Dog (2) 3- 3 47421 24 Sep 77 Fembots in Las Vegas (1) 3- 4 47422 1 Oct 77 Fembots in Las Vegas (2) 3- 5 47426 15 Oct 77 Rodeo 3- 6 47432 29 Oct 77 African Connection 3- 7 47431 5 Nov 77 Motorcycle Boogie 3- 8 47442 12 Nov 77 Brain Wash 3- 9 47435 26 Nov 77 Escape to Love (aka: A Matter of Love and Death) 3-10 47450 3 Dec 77 Max 3-11 47441 17 Dec 77 Over the Hill Spy 3-12 47451 7 Jan 78 All For One 3-13 47417 14 Jan 78 The Pyramid 3-14 47448 21 Jan 78 The Antidote 3-15 47449 28 Jan 78 The Martians Are Coming, the Martians Are Coming 3-16 47444 11 Feb 78 Sanctuary Earth 3-17 47452 18 Feb 78 Deadly Music 3-18 47454 25 Feb 78 Which One Is Jaime? 3-19 47436 4 Mar 78 Out of Body 3-20 47438 25 Mar 78 Long Live the King 3-21 47407 6 May 78 Rancho Outcast 3-22 47455 13 May 78 On the Run