Type
Scripted
Premiered
Jan. 18, 1974
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
ABC TV Network

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The Six Million Dollar Man - 02x19 The Bionic Woman (1)

2x19 The Bionic Woman (1)

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5/5 (2 votes)
First Aired: Mar. 16, 1975 on ABC

Summary: While visiting his folks, Steve Austin learns that Jaime Sommers is in the area and tries to rekindle their love affair. After becoming engaged, Steve and Jamie go skydiving, which ends in tragedy when he parachute becomes entangled. Steve pleads with Oscar to help save her life the same…
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Main Characters in this Episode



Guest Stars

Joseph Ronaugh played by Malachi Throne
Dr. Rudy Wells played by Alan Oppenheimer
Timberlake played by Paul Carr
Mr. Schwartz played by Sidney Clute
Jon Ellerton played by Harry Hickox
Doctor played by Scott B. Wells
Boy played by Jeremy Robert Brown
1st Nurse played by Elisabeth Brooks

Episode Quotes

Col. Steve Austin: Jaime.
Jamie Sommers: [Panicking] What did you let them do to me?
Col. Steve Austin: Look, I know how you feel.
Jamie Sommers: No, you don't! Why'd you let them do that?
Col. Steve Austin: Jaime, trust me. Please trust me.
Jamie Sommers: [Tears in her eyes] I don't want to be a freak.
Col. Steve Austin: Jaime.
Jamie Sommers: Why don't you just let me die? For God's sake!
Col. Steve Austin: Jaime, don't tell me about wanting to die.

Col. Steve Austin: Look at me.

Col. Steve Austin: Look at me!

Col. Steve Austin: I know how tough it is. I went through exactly what you're going through.
Jamie Sommers: [Looked amazed when Steve, ripped the two pieces off the metal chair] You're arm is bionic?
Col. Steve Austin: [Nods] And both legs. And an eye.
Jamie Sommers: An eye?
Col. Steve Austin: [Nods]
Jamie Sommers: Which one?
Col. Steve Austin: You tell me.
Jamie Sommers: [guessing] I can't.
Col. Steve Austin: Now will you trust me? I'll be here to help you, Jaime, every step of the way. But you got to try. You've got want to live, Jaime. You hear me?
Jamie Sommers: Yes.
Col. Steve Austin: [Kisses Jaime's forehead]
Col. Steve Austin: [Steve's mom is stirring something up] Do I still get to lick the bowl?
Helen Elgin: [paying attention to something else] What dear?
Col. Steve Austin: What kind of cake is this? [tastes a bit with his finger]
Helen Elgin: Eh? Oh! [tries to stop him]
Col. Steve Austin: Ooh, gah, it's terrible!
Helen Elgin: [laughs] Of course it is, it's wallpaper paste.
Col. Steve Austin: It's not bad for wallpaper paste. [laughs]
Girl: Boy, Jaime's the most important person that ever came out of our town. Except for that astronaut guy.

Mistakes/Goofs

  • Goof (continuity error): Jaime's parachute is yellow and blue with a red center panel. Yet in the shots of the lines getting tangled, the chute is plain white. Then when Jaime hits the ground, the chute is the original colorful fabric again.
  • Goof (factual errors): Contrary to what Dr. Wells tells Steve, 4000 hertz is definitely not too high a frequency for normal people to hear; it's merely in the mid-upper range of human hearing, like a fairly high "C" on a keyboard. Even "basic" or "bargain" audio graphic equalizers that have just a few separate frequency controls (like five or seven level-adjusters) often have an upper range of at least 16,000 hertz.
  • Goof (audio/visual unsynchronized): The audible tones are much too high for the settings on the audiometer. For the "2000" setting, for example, the tone heard is well over 4000 hertz.
  • Goof (continuity error): When Steve and Jaime are readying themselves for their parachute-jump, the ground is only a few thousand feet away, yet just moments later when they are starting their fall from the plane, they are obviously at least a couple miles up.
  • Goof (errors made by characters, possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): For Steve's mission, Oscar briefs him to recover $20 bill printing plates stolen from the Denver Mint. The Mint only makes coins. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is responsible for printing paper money.

Trivia

  • The popular two-part episode "The Bionic Woman" featured two songs performed on the soundtrack by Lee Majors himself. These were the country song "Gotta Get Loose" and the ballad "Sweet Jamie", the latter of which was loosely based upon the Six Million Dollar Man theme music.
  • Originally broadcast as a two-part episode of The Six Million Dollar Man and released to video as a 100-minute movie in the 1980s.
  • Lindsay Wagner took the part of Jaime Sommers as a birthday present for her sister, whose favorite show was The Six Million Dollar Man.
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