Jaime goes on a rescue mission to Costa Bravo disguised as an army nurse. She is accompanied by cranky helicopter pilot Jack Starkey. Their mission: to find the American ambassador and his wife.

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Jack Starkey
Claudio Martínez ...
Julio
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George Morehouse
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Judith Morehouse
Bert Santos ...
Castro Beard
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Andrew
Paul Berrones ...
Wounded Soldier
Alycia Gardner ...
Gwen
Robbie Wolcott ...
Mark
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Jaime goes on a rescue mission to Costa Bravo disguised as an army nurse. She is accompanied by cranky helicopter pilot Jack Starkey. Their mission: to find the American ambassador and his wife.

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28 January 1976 (USA)  »

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When Jaime is trying to rescue Jack after the helicopter crashes, she pulls the pilot's door completely off, and tosses it aside. Later when the guerrillas come and investigate the crash site, the pilot's door is back in place, attached to the helicopter. See more »

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Jack Starkey: We're gonna have to hide in the jungle.
Jaime Sommers: The jungle? What happened to the plane?
Jack Starkey: It's hopeless. It's got pretzels for landing gear.
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The first 'regular' episode of TBW gets the series off to a good start.
30 April 2017 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

Most of the screen time is just Andy Griffith and Lindsay Wagner bickering. They have a great, natural chemistry and it's fun watching them interact.

The story is simple: Jaime must rescue an American ambassador who is trapped in a Civil War-torn South American country. In these early days, Oscar Goldman is still a little unsure and nervous about sending his newest agent. Even Jaime is a little uncertain. All of which adds to the drama and makes the show more believable and interesting.

The uneasy partnership between Jaime and her pilot evolves quite a lot over the course of the story. He starts off gruff and suspicious, but she gradually earns his respect. The script and the performers really make it work.

Jaime impresses quite a lot in this story. It's obvious that she's scared on more than one occasion, yet she never gives up. She's resourceful, admirable and very likable.

8/10


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