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 ... See full summary »

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(created by), (as Steven E. deSouza) | 1 more credit »

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Sarah
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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

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13 May 1978 (USA)  »

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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 »

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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 »

Quotes

Jaime Sommers: [in a slightly disheartened helpless tone that shows she is always glad to see Chris but still wishes he wasn't there at this time] Chris, why did you come here?
Chris Williams: Because I'm in love with you, Jaime, and I want to be with you.
Jaime Sommers: You mean, you wanna HIDE OUT with me?
Chris Williams: No - - I mean that I wanna BE WITH YOU, more than anything else in this world. I wanna spend the rest of my life - -
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Edited from The Bionic Woman: Brain Wash (1977) See more »

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