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
Did You Know?
Buck's country-music soul-mate Tammy is an obvious reference to the then-currently-popular "First Lady of Country Music", and her features and appearance/accent are even similar to Ms. Wynette's. See more
Tammy asks Buck's musicians to play the piece of music over because the mandolin-player's sound level was not loud enough on the master tape. Buck's recording studio is fitted with wide-tape multi-track recorders, so each musician would probably be recorded on a separate tape-track. So if Tammy had wanted one of the musicians to play louder on the recording, she would not have erased the entire tape and started over with everyone playing together again; she would simply have asked just that one too-softly-playing musician to don headphones and re-record his own musical track while listening to the other band-members' already-recorded tracks; the other musicians would not have had to re-play their own parts, also. See more
Who are you?
I'm Jaime Sommers. And the guy in the pajamas here is
Muffin Calhoun. We're from the OSI.
I thought Oscar had given up on me.
It's good to be alive in the morning
Performed by Lindsay Wagner See more