Oscar has had another man fitted with bionic limbs but he becomes power hungry and wants to be even stronger, then heads out to destroy bionic blueprints and Steve must stop him.



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Steve Austin is surprised to learn that Oscar and Rudy have made a second cyborg out former racing driver Barney Miller, who has had all four of his limbs replaced with bionics. When asked to accompany Barney on his first O.S.I. mission, Austin realizes Miller has a tendency to misuse his new found powers. On top of that, Barney is having considerable trouble adjusting to being part machine. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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1 November 1974 (USA)  »

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Monte Markham was Martin Caidin's first choice to play Steve Austin See more »


Immediately after Rudy tells the nurse not to bother untangling the tape, and switches off the data-plotting machine, the cassette is shown as already being outside of the recorder and in the nurse's hand; she could not have had time to eject and remove the cassette in just that short moment, especially if the tape was tangled up inside the recording machine. See more »


Oscar Goldman: Look pal, I dropped everything and high-tailed it out here because you... you imagined that you saw...
Col. Steve Austin: [interrupting] Well, what I'm starting to imagine is that the three people I trust most in the world are gaslighting me!
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Best Episode Of The Series
10 August 2015 | by See all my reviews

Another bionic man is made, The Seven Million Dollar Man, played by Monte Markham.

The very 1970s score by Oliver Nelson did wonders for this hour! Imagine what this would have been like without that energy charged score playing over it? Try listening to the many action scenes with the volume down on your TV and you will see what I mean!

However, Markham is the man of the hour here! He plays a tragic figure perfectly.

Everything is just right in this hour: the scripting, the acting, the direction and the score. It all came together!

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