The Bionic Woman (1976–1978)
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Kill Oscar 

A renegade scientist is after a weather controlling device and employs his army of Fembots to get it.


Alan Crosland Jr. (as Alan Crosland)


Kenneth Johnson (created by), Arthur Rowe (teleplay by) | 3 more credits »

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Episode complete credited cast:
Lindsay Wagner ... Jaime Sommers
Richard Anderson ... Oscar Goldman
Martin E. Brooks ... Dr. Rudy Wells
John Houseman ... Dr. Franklin
Jack Colvin ... Baron Constantine
Jennifer Darling ... Peggy Callahan
Corinne Camacho ... Lynda Wilson (as Corinne Michaels)
Jack Ging ... Chief Inspector Hanson
Lee Majors ... Col. Steve Austin
Janice Whitby Janice Whitby ... Katy
John Dewey Carter John Dewey Carter ... Rawlins (as John Dewey-Carter)
James R. Parkes James R. Parkes ... Guard
Don Fenwick Don Fenwick ... 1st Agent
Larry French Larry French ... 2nd Agent


Ex-OSI scientist Dr. Franklin is being backed by foreign powers to steal the experimental weather control device he once worked on. To do so, he devices a plan to replace the secretaries of the six most important men in the OSI with Fembot duplicates. First up are Rudy Well's secretary Lynda Rosand and Oscar Goldman's right hand woman Peggy Callahan. However, the Fembots have an unnerving effect on Jaime Sommer's bionic hearing. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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gynoid | fembot | seductive fembot | See All (3) »







Release Date:

27 October 1976 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Parts 1 and 3 of this three part cross over were broadcast as part of The Bionic Woman season 2, while part 2 was shown on The Six Million Dollar Man season 4. In syndication and the DVD release, all three installments are part of The Bionic Woman season 2. See more »


A small cheap paper-cone loudspeaker as is shown to be installed in the fembots' faces could never produce the clear-sounding full-toned "natural human voice" that we hear the fembots speaking in. See more »


Col. Steve Austin: [during a game of handball in the OSI courts] Well, we definitely should have a bet on this game and I got a pretty good idea what the price should be.
Jaime Sommers: Oh really?
Col. Steve Austin: Yeah.
Jaime Sommers: You think you can you give me a hint without getting us arrested?
Col. Steve Austin: Uh-uh.
Jaime Sommers: No? Oh boy.
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Featured in The Bionic Woman: Fembots in Las Vegas (1977) See more »

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The Scourge Of The Fembots!
17 April 2014 | by Jason Daniel BakerSee all my reviews

Dr.Franklin (John Houseman) - disgruntled former scientist from the top secret Office for Scientific Intelligence has set up shop on a tropical island funded by malevolent interests. They want him to steal the OSI's weather machine and Baron Constantine (Jack Colvin) - their emissary, wants know what the plan is before he okays more funding.

Franklin unveils his angle on stealing the technology. He will create android duplicates of the secretaries of powerful men and they will infiltrate OSI. They will steal the weather machine. They will abduct OSI chief Oscar Goldman (Richard Anderson).

Meanwhile at OSI Jamie Sommers (Lindsay Wagner) - a bionically enhanced government agent shows up to get her ear implant upgraded. She is there just in time to save on-again/off-again boyfriend Air Force Colonel Steve Austin (Lee Majors) from getting electrocuted whilst testing the limits of the weather machine. Luckily Austin is also a bionic OSI agent.

Later that day the android 'Fembots' make their move hatching the nefarious plan of evil & misogynist scientist Dr.Franklin and his devious benefactors! Jamie isn't sure what is going on at first but whenever the Fembots are in action around her the ear implant upgrade starts to bother her. Will she be able to foil the dastardly doings of the Fembots? This unbelievably sexist beginning to the 'Kill Oscar' trilogy is an artifact of a different time when a lot of ambitious women had to content themselves with being secretaries to powerful men. The notion offered in Franklin's sales pitch that fembots are the perfect women because they are beautiful and obedient might be enough to put off modern women from seeing it particularly since many of them would become busy contemplating what a beautiful and obedient 'manbot' might be like.

This show is one I followed in reruns as a little boy roughly a half dozen years after it first aired. This particular arc within the series contains some of the kinds of things festering in my imagination back then: beautiful women, clones, a secret island, an evil scientist, sinister foreign aristocrats etc. For those aspects and the feeling I had experiencing watching it for the first time it still fascinates me.

What freaked me out was seeing the Fembots without their face-plate masks. Behind the masks was just circuitry of the kind you might find in any electronic toy. When you are a small child in the late 1970s early 1980s that could be a very eerie sight.

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