Jaime Sommers has decided to retire from the OSI. The powers that be go over Oscar Goldman's head and want to put her in a special compound for retired agents because they see her bionics as government property. As Oscar breaks the news to Jaime, he tells her to make a run for it. When she does, she is immediately branded a fugitive wanted by the government. Written by
The TV Archaeologist
Did You Know?
Skip Homeier plays the "thorn in Jaime's side" in this episode, just as he does in a previous B.W. episode "The Jailing of Jaime". See more
The male and female driver switch places in the tunnel. When the OSI agents catch the female in the Mercedes, the reflection of a man standing in the street can be seen in her side view mirror. See more
I don't believe this. We know more about what's going on in Moscow and Peking than we do at the NSB.
Dr. Rudy Wells
It's a rotten political trick. For years now, Parr's been trying to discredit you and get the NSB to take over all the government under cover operations and he's using Jaime as a an issue to do it.
Parr believes it's for the good of the country, Rudy. That's the trouble. He thinks he's doing the right thing.