Jaime Sommers and Michael Marchetti travel to a military base on Grand Tooley to pick up some medical equipment only to find the base completely deserted with everything left running. Then ... See full summary »

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Dr. Rudy Wells (credit only)
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Dr. Michael Marchetti (as Richard Lenz)
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Laure Boylin (as Jamie Smith Jackson)
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Jaime Sommers and Michael Marchetti travel to a military base on Grand Tooley to pick up some medical equipment only to find the base completely deserted with everything left running. Then one by one, the men in their party begin to disappear. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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One of the actresses in this episode actually is named "Jamie", similar to the Bionic Woman character's name. See more »

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The control-knobs for the tape machine are labelled REWIND, FAST-FORWARD, and POWER ON, but this last knob should be marked PLAY, since that's the knob that plays back the tape. See more »

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Jaime Sommers: Ehm, we got a safe to land?
Sergeant Roberts: Well, the way I see it, we got no choice. We either land right now, or 300 miles further out, in the ocean.
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Edited from The Andromeda Strain (1971) See more »

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Ugh
1 April 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

There are a few poor episodes of the Bionic Woman, true, and I do like the show, true, but this one is the worst of them all.

In the episode, a meteor from space takes control of people by emitting a high frequency sound that makes them part of its instincts (with the help of some scenes shamelessly ripped off from 'The Andromeda Strain'). Now, some good episodes have come of ripoffs (such as the fabulous Doomsday is Tomorrow, in which Jaime battles the supercomputer Alex 7000 who acts and sounds exactly like HAL 9000)

However, in this terrible example of the show, Jaime spends the entire episode mewling and squealing like a "helpless girl" not like the independent woman she is through the entire rest of the show, epitomized by the moment when she trips over her own bionic feet and falls as ALL movie heroines fall when they try to run. It's embarrassing to watch this.. Makes you wonder how it got picked up as an episode without some kind of rewrite. There is no similarity between the character as portrayed in the entire rest of the show, and the simpering whiny baby she acts like in this one.


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