A fellow OSI agent goes missing while investigating country legend Big Buck Buckley who seems to be passing out top secret information by way of his music. Muffin Calhoun, a mutual ... See full summary »

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Dr. Rudy Wells (credit only)
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Buck Buckley
Bert Kramer ...
Penn Mathers
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Muffin Calhoon
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Tammy
Scott Arthur Allen ...
Bill
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Stacey O'Brien ...
Stacy
Bob Beck ...
Len
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Robin Harlan ...
Pam
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A fellow OSI agent goes missing while investigating country legend Big Buck Buckley who seems to be passing out top secret information by way of his music. Muffin Calhoun, a mutual acquaintance of Buck and Oscars takes Jaime to Nashville and introduces her to Buckley as the aspiring singer 'Jodi Lee Sommers'. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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20 October 1976 (USA)  »

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When Buck stops Jaime from calling Washington and then has her call Tammy, the music cue includes the "Fembot" motif--the first time it is heard in the series prior to the "Kill Oscar" trilogy. See more »

Goofs

Tammy instructs her assistant to "bring it up two" on the sound board, yet in the subsequent close-up shot of the level being increased (and the high-pitched code-tones sounding as Jaime hears them), the man's hand clearly moves the mixer's Glide-Path control considerably further forward than just two marked db-level-graduations on the board. See more »

Quotes

Jaime Sommers: [posing as Jodi Lee Sommers] Hey, what was that about eh, about a country opera or something?
Buck Buckley: [sighs] Listen, that was the one thing that could have pulled me out of my slump. I put two years of my life into it, then I lost it all over night.
Jaime Sommers: How?
Jaime Sommers: Well the night before we were supposed to go into the studio and record it, somebody broke in and stole everything. Two months later it came out as a rock opera.
Jaime Sommers: Well you could sue for that, couldn't you?
Buck Buckley: No, we checked it out, they changed just enough ...
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Edited into The Bionic Woman: Rodeo (1977) See more »

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Country Road
("You can fly like an eagle")
Performed by Doc Severinsen
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