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Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (1989)

Not Rated | | Action, Sci-Fi | TV Movie 30 April 1989
The Bionic Woman and the Six-Million-Dollar Man reunite--with a few younger bionic assistants--and try to catch a bionic spy.

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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 that his security clearance has been downgraded. He and Jaime are told of the incident that Oscar had, and that the person who broke in 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 what is going to happen, Oscar quits the OSI when his nephew is injured, and his request that Rudy Wells operate on his nephew is denied. He is later taken captive. Steve then goes to the General and tells him they need to put someone bionic at the games, and the best person is Kate, Rudy's latest creation. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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30 April 1989 (USA)  »

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Bionic Showdown  »

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At 0:11:22 the registration on the bottom of the helicopter starts with "C" identifying it as Canadian. Aircraft registered in the US all begin with "N". This is the first hint that the program was filmed in Canada. See more »

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Alternating clear/snowing weather during Steve and Jaime's escape from the OSI headquarters. See more »

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OSI officer: [to Steve Austin] You're not gonna go bionic on me, are ya?
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My Prerogative
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Written by Gene Griffin, Bobby Brown and Teddy Riley
Performed by Bobby Brown
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ALWAYS BEEN A BIG FAN!!!
2 August 2000 | by See all my reviews

This being the second of three specials over a period of 7 years, probably ranks as my second favorite, mainly because of Sandra Bullock!!!! She really had a great role and her sexy outfit didn't hurt either! It was good to see Lee Majors and Lindsey Wagner, the originals return as well to show they too still are the best.

Overall rating 3 out of 5


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