When Steve Austin agrees to some promotional work for a friends' Big Brothers organization, he soon takes a difficult youth named Carlos Delgado under his wing.

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Michael A. Salcido ...
Carlos Delgado (as Michael Salcido)
Maria Elena Cordero ...
Margarita Delgado (as Maria-Elena Cordero)
John Hesley ...
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Ralph Wilcox ...
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David Yanez ...
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Jorge Cervera III ...
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Tony Mumolo ...
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When Steve Austin agrees to some promotional work for a friends' Big Brothers organization, he soon takes a difficult youth named Carlos Delgado under his wing.

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7 March 1976 (USA)  »

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The pitched basketball that Steve catches is much nearer the hoop in the wide-angle shot than it is in the close-up shot when Steve bionically jumps to catch the ball. See more »

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Carlos Delgado: Hey, what's with you, man? You gonna ride through the slum on a white horse, hand out silver bullets to all the drunks, try to save everybody?
Col. Steve Austin: Well, it seemed to work for the Lone Ranger.
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Too Lame For Six Million
31 August 2016 | by See all my reviews

This episode is just a recycled story from countless 70's TV shows, the tired story of a troubled youth with a need for a father figure. This episode seems more like the White Shadow (for those who remember that show) than the Six Million Dollar Man. The script is full of weak writing (an average TV writer could write this episode in their sleep), the events are totally predictable, the same ones you've seen a million times in other TV shows from that era.

Think of a public service announcement for the Big Brother program and then think of it lasting about 50 minutes. Zzzzzzz. That's essentially what this episode is, a long, long public service announcement. Now, Big Brothers is a great program and I fully support it, but the Six Million Dollar Man should be engaging in cutting edge exciting adventures, not wiping some kids nose. There are other shows for that. For $6 Million you can and should expect more.


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