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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Skycap
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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Trivia

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 »

Goofs

When Jaime loads the tape onto the recorder, the supply reel in the closeup shot is different from the one she handles in the longer shots. 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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Connections

Edited into The Bionic Woman: Rodeo (1977) See more »

Soundtracks

Country Road
("You can fly like an eagle")
Performed by Hoyt Axton
Lyrics:
Life's a country road
And it's filled with holes
Well, I've hit a few in my time
But I always got through
Sometimes tired and sometimes blue
Keeping something Daddy told me in my mind
(chorus):
Oh, you can fly like an eagle
You can fly like a dove
You can do most anything
That your heart's been dreaming of
Oh, you can soar in the sky
If you believe and if you try
You've got wings on your soul
And love can get you by...
(repeat chorus)
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