With Jaime Sommers critically injured, Steve Austin races to Dr. Franklin's secret hideout to find the kidnapped Oscar Goldman. Austin plans to rescue his friend and boss despite Oscar's own orders to kill him lest he spill state secrets.

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With Jaime Sommers critically injured, Steve Austin races to Dr. Franklin's secret hideout to find the kidnapped Oscar Goldman. Austin plans to rescue his friend and boss despite Oscar's own orders to kill him lest he spill state secrets.

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31 October 1976 (USA)  »

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When Steve enters the villain's lab area and sees the array of featureless glass-encased robots that are awaiting dressing and deployment, an "Oscar" robot --- complete with his classic dark tan and light blue suit --- can now be seen, having been added to the lineup since the investor was there from before. See more »

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Steve's arms and hands are seen to be super-rapidly making cable-connections for Rudy on his lab-equipment prior to their working on Jaime's bionic hearing implant. Only Steve's right arm and hand are bionic, though, so he could not move both arms that fast; only Barney Hiller (the fully-bionic "Seven Million Dollar Man") could do that. See more »

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Jaime Sommers: [quite weak] Callahan was a robot. The other woman was too. She the one, eh, I was chasing, the one that kidnapped Oscar. I had a fight with both of them in Callahan's apartment. Steve, they're stronger than bionics!
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Steve Austin teams up with Jaime Sommers once again
18 December 2007 | by (Peru) – See all my reviews

This is really an episode of the three part cross over: "Kill Oscar" from the "bionic woman". It is weird to see cross overs on TV but this is an exception.We see several times Steve and Jamie teaming up in both shows.Maybe the idea to create another show with Steve and Jamie together crossed the producers mind.It all started with episodes of "the six million dollar man" where Jamie was introduced(4 episodes) then the saga of Big foot being the first part from "the six million dollar man" and the second part from "the bionic woman".Also other episodes where Jamie appeared just for a while.It means both shows were connected to each other: "the bionic woman" was a spin off. Sometimes it could be a confusion from the people who project this shows."kill Oscar" is a living example.When I was a kid I never realized it. I knew about this some years ago.In fact, the version that I saw in English some years ago through cable TV shows this second part the beginning and the end from SMDM(credits).In Spanish, I saw only the end the SMDM credits .That's why It's considered in the list of episodes of SMDM. In this episode, because Jamie had a terrible accident fighting the fem bots, she passed the ball to Steve who was in action all the episode.He has to face Disgruntled former O.S.I. employee Doctor Franklin and his deadly scheme to take over the government agency by replacing Oscar Goldman, his secretary Callahan, and Doctor Rudy Wells' secretary Linda with robot duplicates called Fembots.This is quite a good episode with full action.However I prefer th SMDM music rather than the bionic woman's that is shown here with only the main melody of SMDM.Its a good idea to confront powerful robots with bionic people.The idea of showing faceless robots comes from previous episodes ("day of the robot" and "Return of the robot maker")We see again a robotic duplicate of Oscar Goldman and at the end a fight between Steve and the robot which is good although there is a big distance between this one and the previous fights with robots from early episodes perhaps owing to the fact that the series became family oriented. The robots(fem bots) are very powerful but are only machines while Steve and Jamie are humans that can think of themselves.


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