The Six Million Dollar Man: Season 2, Episode 6

Straight on 'til Morning (8 Nov. 1974)

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During preparations for a lunar probe launch, Colonel Steve Austin witnesses strange lights in the sky and becomes convinced it's a UFO. A family of four space explorers, each trained with ... See full summary »

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Sheriff Bob Kemp
Don Billett ...
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Lucas White ...
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During preparations for a lunar probe launch, Colonel Steve Austin witnesses strange lights in the sky and becomes convinced it's a UFO. A family of four space explorers, each trained with specific tasks has crash landed on Earth, only to find that touching a human causes both parties great pain and will eventually kill the alien beings. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Steve Austin only has one bionic arm, his right. When he pulls away part of an electrified fence, he naturally uses his bionic arm. But just before he slips through the opening, Steve uses his human, non-bionic arm to hold the fence, which is still electrified. See more »

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Oscar Goldman: Could you give us any information, any knowledge that your people may have accumulated?
Minonee: I've told him everything I know.
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17 April 2012 | by (Ohio) – See all my reviews

I've always loved this episode. I do appreciate the fact that The Six Million Dollar Man remained primarily a grounded action series, but I was also able to enjoy the occasional science-fiction/fantasy episode. Fortunately, the producers were able to refrain from going overboard and making too many of them. And I thought "Straight On 'Till Morning" was an excellent episode. There was not a lot of action, but that doesn't mean it can't be enjoyed as a fine, dramatic episode. I realize that many viewers, especially the younger ones who are used to today's faster-paced TV, movies, video games, etc., will have a difficult time with it, but I found it one of the series' best overall episodes.


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