Bionic Woman (2007)
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The Education of Jaime Sommers 

Jaime has to go to college to investigate a professor working with terrorist organizations.



(as Elizabeth Heldens)

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Becca Sommers (as Lucy Kate Hale)
Antonio Pope
Pt. Matt Walsh
Student Sean
Trevor Addie ...
Parkinson's Patient
Shafin Karim ...


Jaime's new mission requires her to attend Stanwick University by posing as a British transfer student in order to investigate a professor, named Howard Samuels, who is suspected of illegal activities with construction brain implants. However, Jamie's task becomes complicated when she falls for the teacher's assistant, Tom Hastings, who is also a suspect. Meanwhile, Antonio and Ruth set out to identify the buyer to the implants. Written by Shrav Gummadi

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24 October 2007 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


The "fake" British accent that Jamie during her undercover mission at college is actually Michelle Ryan's true accent that she speaks in real life. See more »


Jamie says she wanted to be an Irish literature major at Harvard. Irish literature is merely a single course at Harvard, not a major. See more »


References Felicity (1998) See more »

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The Education of Jamie Sommers is a more fun "Bionic Woman" episode
10 November 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

In this, the first Katee Sackhoff-less episode, Jamie poses as a British transfer student in college in order to investigate a possible suspect-a professor-of whoever is responsible of planting some chip in some returning Iraq soldiers that make them kill their superiors. She also falls for a teaching assistant who also becomes a suspect. Meanwhile, Antonio is tracking a Middle Eastern foreigner who's also suspected of selling these gadgets...This is the first we hear Michelle Ryan speak in her natural English accent and it sounds a lot better than her American one (That scene when she is talking on the phone with one of her handlers while still speaking in that accent as she's walking all alone was a highlight of the episode especially when that handler admits how turned on he is by it! A similar thing happens when a guy she falls for admits the same thing after he hears her "normal" voice.) Entertaining scenes of her just enjoying her "college fantasy" like switching with her roommate-a young Asian girl-her science assignment for one on James Joyce which gets Jamie an A. With this episode there also seems to be a sense of fun missing from most of the previous ones though many of those were compelling to watch. Since this ep aired two weeks ago, I'll probably review the next one soon...

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