Jaime teams up with Darwin Jones, an expert in meditation and biofeedback to stop his brother Payton from selling a code analyzer to foreign powers. If they get their hands on the analyzer, the identities of every OSI agent are at stake.

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Jaime teams up with Darwin Jones, an expert in meditation and biofeedback to stop his brother Payton from selling a code analyzer to foreign powers. If they get their hands on the analyzer, the identities of every OSI agent are at stake.

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Tear gas does not have an anesthetic effect; it would not merely make Jaime limp and groggy, but would instead produce severe burning in Jaime's eyes, even if she weren't breathing any of it in. See more »

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Dr. Rudy Wells: Darwin? You alright? How do you feel?
Darwin Jones: Very refreshed.
Dr. Rudy Wells: wish you wouldn't go that far under without warning me!
Darwin Jones: I'm sorry. Did I startle you?
Jaime Sommers: Well, you scared the...
[coughs]
Jaime Sommers: out of me.
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Lloyd Bochner's character is constantly referred to as Ivan Karp, although in the opening credits, his name is listed as Ivan Kard. See more »

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cyborg meets non-technological superhuman
9 December 2014 | by (Estero Island) – See all my reviews

Jaime teams up with a tibetan-trained doctor (granville van dusen - SOAP, HILL STREET BLUES) who can manipulate his body functions, for a mission behind the Iron Curtain. He simulates death, wards off freezing and drowning, and negates the effects of a grievous wound. This was lindsay's most beloved episode, because it's about untapped human potential (in a show based on a technologically-enhanced superhuman). Decades later, we're not much further along in understanding the potentialities or limits of biofeedback (or neurofeedback, as it's been "palatably" renamed), but the medical establishment seems to be taking it more seriously. This episode is a charmer...yes, there's an unintentionally silly aspect as we hear granville's inner "shanti, omm" monologue...you may be a bit dumbfounded by how unabashedly the writers ran with the concept...but all the best elements of the show are firmly in place.


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