Bionic Showdown: The Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman (1989 TV Movie)
Allan Devlin: What, does a room with this many enemies in it make ya nervous?
Oscar Goldman: You're damn right it does! I didn't spend 30 years behind an OSI desk pushing pencils or shoving pins into Third World hotspots, I was out in the field! I was out in the action...
Jim Castillian: Jim Castillian. That's with two L's
[they shake hands]
Jim Goldman: James Goldman. One L.
Jim Castillian: Oh, you're Oscar's nephew. That's right, I heard you were in town. You're training for the games, arent' you?
Jim Goldman: Uh-huh. Runnin' the 400 and the hurdles. Fasted thing on two legs, except of course for Alice Grayson. I never did catch her in four years of college.
Jim Castillian: I used to be an athlete myself.
Jim Goldman: Yeah?
Jim Castillian: Yeah. Not much time for it now, I'm here in the OSI dodging bullets and inner office memos.
Jim Castillian: [about Jaime Sommers] She is looking D.D.G. tonight.
[Steve gives him a questioning look]
Jim Castillian: That's drop dead gorgeous.
Steve Austin: Oh.
Jim Castillian: [slaps Steve on the back] Good luck, Big Guy.
Kate Mason: What if I'm not a Jaime Sommers?
Jaime Sommers: Hey, they don't want a clone of me, okay, They couldn't handle it. They've had too many problems with me over the years.
Gen. McAllister: As far as I'm concerned, nobody is snow white. If some foreign power, if some group of terrorists, if some indivudial concern has found out how to build a bionic man or a bionic woman... Just imagine what an army of them would be like...
Jim Goldman: [to himself] Funny stuff, way to go, Jimmy. Really swept her off her nuclear feet.
Oscar Goldman: [Steve and Jaime are trying to take an unwilling Oscar away from a bar] They are cyborgs, would you believe that? And they're trying to kidnap me. I needs some help. Help!
Man in bar: Are you... sure you're his friend?
Jaime Sommers: Oh, absolutely. Listen, don't pay any attention to anything he says, he's very confused. Do I look like a robot to you?
General Dzerinsky: Yes, you have been speaking out rather publically about your former organisation in particular and your country in general.
Oscar Goldman: That doesn't mean that I wanna crawl from one pitt of vipers into another.
General Dzerinsky: That is very good, I must remember it.
Oscar Goldman: Yeah, well, try to remember this!
[punches him across the jaw]
Kate Mason: Allen, I've been here a week and all I've found out are the dating habits of the women athletes. Now that doesn't sound like the Scarlett Pimpernell to you, now does it?
Kate Mason: [shouting] Will you stay out of my private life? Just stay out of my private life!
Jim Goldman: If you stay out of my dreams.
Jim Goldman: Was that a bionic kiss?
Kate Mason: Nope, a hundred per cent natural.
Jim Goldman: Thank you, Mother Nature.
Kate Mason: To think that I actually cared about you. I trusted you.
Allan Devlin: What can I say, Kate? You were very stupid.
OSI officer: [to Steve Austin] You're not gonna go bionic on me, are ya?
Jim Castillian: Well, I found Oscar. In the bar at the Watergate hotel.
Steve Austin: You know, Jaime, we've known each other for a long, long, long time. And we've been through a lot together. Now, Jaime, just eh, let me finish. When... two people...
Jaime Sommers: Why don't we get married?
Steve Austin: Please hear me out, Jaime... What?
Jaime Sommers: I said: would you like to get married?