Jaime learns that a bionic prototype was applied to a German Sheppard six years earlier. Every defect that Steve Austin and Jaime Sommers have suffered from over the years, Maxamillion (whose bionics cost a million dollars) suffered from first. Now Max is acting lifeless and depressed and Rudy Wells is planning to put the dog down. So, Jaime takes it upon herself to prove Max still has the will to live Written by
The TV Archaeologist
Did You Know?
The toddler's waving the colorful bouquet as the VW Beetle is rolling down the street "under gravity power alone" is obviously a humorous reference to the then-popular hippie-term "flower power" that was often emblazoned on the sides of VW vehicles, indicating the occupants' strong advocation of research into alternative/environmentally-responsible energy sources. See more
The white sides of the hobo's truck as it drives away - and the whole surrounding scenery with its rich colors and strong shadows, in fact - is much too brightly lit to have been filmed at night, with just moonlight to illuminate the scene; also, the sky is dark blue, not black with stars. Obviously just an underexposed daylight shot to look like nighttime. See more
Dr. Rudy Wells
What gives you the right, the unmitigated gall to jeopardize a top secret project like that? Do you know what could have happened?
He's all right, I can prove it.
Dr. Rudy Wells
How? Look at him: he can't even raise his head, let alone run bionically.