Dr. Cooper's Doomsday Device has been triggered and only Jaime Sommers can attempt to break through the defenses held up by super computer ALEX7000 before it's too late.



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Episode complete credited cast:
Dr. Elijah Cooper
Kenneth O'Brien ...
Dmitri Muskov
Mr. Satari
Sam Chew Jr. ...
Russ (as Sam Chew)
Stack Pierce ...
Ned Wilson ...
ALEX 7000 (voice)
George Whiteman ...
E.W.O. (as Steve Powers)
Ed Vasgersian ...

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Dr. Cooper's Doomsday Device has been triggered and only Jaime Sommers can attempt to break through the defenses held up by super computer ALEX7000 before it's too late.

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26 January 1977 (USA)  »

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The pale-blue-screened countdown monitor first shows just the hours and minute still the detonation, with the seconds remaining at "00", yet when the same monitor is shown later, it is counting down the seconds. See more »


ALEX 7000: I'm really sorry my voice displeases you. Under different circumstances perhaps you might like it.
Jaime Sommers: [struggling downstairs with a damaged leg] I doubt it.
ALEX 7000: You might. After all, in a way, we're cousins.
Jaime Sommers: What are you talking about?
ALEX 7000: That's right, think about it: you're a human with the parts of a machine and I am a machine with the mind of a human.
ALEX 7000: Well, bully for you!
Jaime Sommers: Cousins. When I think about it, it seems regretful that I must try to stop you.
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Edited into The Incredible Hulk: The Incredible Hulk (1977) See more »

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machine-woman vs. human computer
9 December 2014 | by (Estero Island) – See all my reviews

Written and directed by series creator kenny johnson, this two-parter is arguably the pinnacle of the series. Alone at an enormous desert complex, jaime takes on a supercomputer which has been programmed by its dying creator (lew ayres - ALL QUEST ON THE WESTERN FRONT, BATTLESTAR GALACTICA) to destroy humanity unless all nations pledge to never detonate a nuclear weapon again. When a disbelieving third world country detonates a test bomb, the countdown to Armageddon is begun. Jaime battles against waves of defenses, trying to reason with the computer while descending toward its core. The casting of lew was a brilliant coup - as the star of the DR. KILDARE series, he had registered as a conscientious objector when drafted for WWII. The country was outraged and his career disappeared, until an Oscar nomination in 1948. An opportunity to play dr. kildare again died, when the network refused to honor his request for no cigarette sponsorship. His turn here as the ultimate person of peace is perfect. With no one to play against except a disembodied voice, lindsay turns in a performance a million miles beyond good. The dramatic twists and turns are searing.

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