Bionic Woman: Season 1, Episode 7

Trust Issues (14 Nov. 2007)

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As Jamie and Antonio work together to protect an African leader from an assassin, Jamie begins to suspect that Antonio may have more than just a passing interest in the case.

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Becca Sommers (as Lucy Kate Hale)
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Antonio Pope
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Bomani (as Roger Cross)
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Jamie and Antonio are assigned to protect a president of a unnamed African country from an assassin despite his reputation for letting politically motivated killings occur from where he resides. Antonio, however, has a personal stake in his mission and leaves details out of Jamie's ears who begins to suspect that he knows more about who is behind the hit. Meanwhile, Tom is introduced by Jamie to her sister, Becca, where he persuades her to be nice to her sister... while he also has a couple of fellow CIA agents keep tabs on her. Written by Anonymous

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The apartment the sniper was using as a base of operations is the same one recurring cast member Katee Sackhoff had on Caprica in Battlestar Galactica: Valley of Darkness (2005). See more »

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In the second establishing shot of the racetrack location, just before the horse and its rider make it to the center of frame, a Bell ExpressVu slogan can be seen in the background. Bell ExpressVu, now known as Bell TV, is the division of Bell Canada Enterprises that provides satellite TV service across Canada. In addition, beside the slogan can be seen the logo for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics (Bell is one of the sponsors of the event). The Berkut Group, however, is located in California. See more »

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In Trust Issues, Jamie suffers a tragedy on "Bionic Woman"
18 November 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

In this episode, Jamie and Antonio are assigned to protect a president of a country from an assassin despite his reputation for letting politically motivated killings occur from where he resides. Antonio, however, has a personal stake in his mission and leaves details out of Jamie's ears though she eventually figures everything out. Also, while Tom seems to get along with Jamie and her sister Becca, he also has a couple of fellow agents keep tabs on her...This was a very exciting episode with all the suspense of recent action movies like the Bourne series whenever Jaime is running to try to prevent some catastrophe about to happen. I found the tragedy occurring at the end touching and I found myself caring about him when it happened despite me making some not-so-complimentary comments about him before (I'm sure anyone who've read my previous "Bionic Woman" episode reviews knows who I'm talking about). Some of the levity of the last two episodes are missing though it was amusing when that psychiatrist put that plant in her office in order to make Jamie feel at home. And it was nice to see Becca really wanting to make her big sister feel good about herself when she prepared dinner for her and Tom. With the ratings falling and the writers strike still in effect, I don't know how much time "Bionic Woman" has this season but I'm willing to watch till the end to see how further this reboot of the late '70s series develops so until next time...


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