Jamie continues her training with Jae, as well as adjusting to her bionic parts with Nathan's help. Then, Jonas sends Jamie on a new mission to protect Heaven Von Fleet, the neglected and ... See full summary »

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Jamie continues her training with Jae, as well as adjusting to her bionic parts with Nathan's help. Then, Jonas sends Jamie on a new mission to protect Heaven Von Fleet, the neglected and spoiled daughter of a wealthy Canadian arms contractor. Meanwhile, the sinister Anthony Anthros informs Sarah that she may not have long to live from her malfunctioning bionic limbs, in which she approaches Jamie in her apartment who ponders whether or not to help Sarah and help her move past her personal demons involving the death of her own sister. Written by Anonymous

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Katee Sackhoff makes Sisterhood a very interesting episode of "Bionic Woman"
18 October 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Well, this episode of "Bionic Woman" was a vast improvement over the first two and the big reason is because of Katee Sackhoff as the bad and complex first bionic woman Sarah Corvus. Her physically and line readings give this episode most of the life this series badly needs and makes Michelle Ryan as Jamie Sommers a bit more interesting as a result. The other story of Jamie babysitting a Canadian female teen because her father is with some weapons company was blah for me in contrast with the continuing sub-plot with Jamie's own teenage sister who I really deeply cared about after Sarah drugged her to blackmail Jamie into taking her someplace to cure her illness. If you've seen the episode, you know why Jamie can't help Sarah on such short notice. The next episode continues this storyline so I'll tell more about what happens there...


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