Steve Austin has proposed to Jaime Sommers and a wedding date is set. When Oscar Goldman plans on sending Jaime on her first assignment, Steve is very reluctant and insists on joining her. ... See full summary »

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Steve Austin has proposed to Jaime Sommers and a wedding date is set. When Oscar Goldman plans on sending Jaime on her first assignment, Steve is very reluctant and insists on joining her. Furthermore Jaime keeps having bionic malfunctions and increasing headaches. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Jaime's last name is missing an "m" in the telegram. See more »

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Dr. Rudy Wells: Jaime's body is producing massive amounts of white bloodcells to fight off something foreign in her system.
Col. Steve Austin: You mean she has an infection?
Dr. Rudy Wells: No, it's her bionics, Steve. Jaime's body is rejecting her bionics.
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Sweet Jamie
Lyrics by Lionel E. Siegel
Music by Oliver Nelson
Sung by Lee Majors
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Jamie Sommers:Part II
28 May 2015 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Equally exciting second of 2-part episode that introduced Lindsay Wagner as Jamie Sommers, the first bionic woman, now being sent on her first mission with her fiancée Steve Austin(Lee Majors) that involves an old case involving a counterfeiter(played by Malachi Throne). The mission is a total success, but unfortunately trouble starts when Jamie's bionics start malfunctioning, the result of her body rejecting the process. A last-ditch operation is planned to save her life, but it may already be too late... Poignant episode with fine acting and script by Kenneth Johnson("The Incredible Hulk" writer/producer) Jamie was so popular with fans that she had to come back later in a big way...


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