Steve Austin and Jamie Sommers are back. This time Steve is working security at an International Goodwill Games. Oscar goes to his office and is attacked by someone who broke in. Later Steve discovers his security clearance was downgraded. He and Jamie are told of the incident Oscar had and that person knew about OSI security protocols and that person was also bionic. So someone is planning something at the Games. So while Steve and Jamie try to find out. Oscar quits when his nephew was injured and his request that Rudy Wells operate on his is denied. He is later taken captive. Steve then goes to the General and tells him they need to put someone at the games and the best person is Kate, Rudy's latest creation. Written by
At one point in the movie, Oscar Goldman states that there are only four bionic human beings: Steve Austin, Jamie Sommers, Michael Austin and Kate Mason. In the bionic universe there are actually supposed to be six: Barney Miller / Hiller, the Seven Million Dollar Man, (played by Monte Markham) and Andy Sheffield (played by Vincent Van Patten) who became the Bionic Boy in 1976. But then again, Barney and Andy may have died somewhere between the 1970's and this movie (1989), leaving indeed only four bionic human beings: Steve Austin, Jamie Sommers, Michael Austin and Kate Mason. See more »
Will you stay out of my private life? Just stay out of my private life!
If you stay out of my dreams.
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Was I glad to see some more of Steve and Jaime. I just loved the 1970's series. However I missed two things in all three reunion movies. First of all, I missed the 1970's look (furniture, clothes, cars, etc.) since I believe the 1970's was the ONLY decade that had style and taste (I hated the 1980's). But most importantly, where were the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman theme music? It was a mistake not to include the themes. In fact, almost all remakes/reunion movies used the theme of the original shows. Just look at Mission Impossible, The Saint, The Wild Wild West, The Avengers, SWAT, etc. They all used the themes of the shows those movies were based upon. It wouldn't be James Bond without the James Bond theme. Yet sadly in none of the SMDM-BW reunion movies the theme from either show was present.
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