Jaime acts as a courier, delivering Dr. Hatcher's new Cryptograph analyzer. The next day, it turns out the device has fallen into the wrong hands and Jaime is accused of selling it to a foreign power.

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Dr. Ellis Hatch
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John Naud
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Chief Investigator Gregory
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Milly Wilson
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Ted Ryan
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Carlson
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Jaime acts as a courier, delivering Dr. Hatcher's new Cryptograph analyzer. The next day, it turns out the device has fallen into the wrong hands and Jaime is accused of selling it to a foreign power.

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12 May 1976 (USA)  »

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Skip Homeier plays the "thorn in Jaime's side" in this episode, just as he does in the future (and final) B.W. episode "On the Run". See more »

Goofs

The shiny paint-flaked-off section above Jaime's hand on the bent vertical bar of the cell-door magically vanishes as Jaime supposedly bends the bar straight again. Obviously just a reversed copy of the previous footage of the bar's being bent. See more »

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Oscar Goldman: [handing the package to Jaime with a pleasant but serious look on his face that shows how important the object is] Now - it's in YOUR CARE.
Jaime Sommers: [pretending to be pleased] Some girls have all the luck.
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Skip Homeier-Amusing!
18 December 2014 | by See all my reviews

I changed my mind. I'll give it a ten.

Jamie is to deliver a device to a general. A helicopter takes her to the location and she does so. She then delivers a briefcase to the pilot as his payment and off she goes.

Turns out it wasn't the real general, whom she nor Oscar had never met, nor were they shown a photograph.

Skip Homeier, who best I can say is try to picture Joe Piscopo acting very serious, is the investigator Mr. Gregory.

He interrogates Jamie rather harshly, which is peculiar, as he doesn't seem to deduce the pilot who took her there might have had anything to do with it, and seems to conclude Jamie knows everything, which if she had, why would she have hung around? Barry Sullivan is the inventor who is disappointed in Ms. Sommers. She seemed very nice.

Now we see his chauffeur and it is the bogus general.

This episode was what bionics should have been about; with Homeier as Gregory bringing all his authoritative narrow-mindedness to a confrontational level, Jamie displays her abilities several times over, from the prison to a phone booth and beyond (interesting bit about the dime as well).

The climactic conclusion also offers its wonderful bit of suspense as well. Jamie bargains and gets results. A real nail-biter in the end, actually.

Jamie's final words to Gregory are brilliant. She got what she wanted and needed.


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