SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN - SEASON 3
The epic third season of The Six Million Dollar Man features the return of Jaime Sommers and the premiere of Bigfoot. It also sees the return of some familiar faces in the forms of Barney Miller and Audrey Moss. One familiar name with an unfamiliar face is Rudy Wells, now played by Martin E. Brooks. Although Alan Oppenheimer gets one more turn as Rudy in "The Bionic Criminal."
THE RETURN OF THE BIONIC WOMAN
Steve is injured on a mission and in need of bionic surgery. While recovering he spots a woman who looks like Jaime. But Jaime's dead. Steve watched her die on the operating table. What kind of sick game is Oscar and Rudy playing on him?!?
The good news - Jaime is alive.
The bad news - Jaime doesn't remember Steve or any part of her life before she came back to life.
To make matters worse, the young doctor who came up with the revolutionary technique that allowed Rudy and his team to save Jaime
THE RETURN OF THE BIONIC WOMAN, PT 2
Jaime struggles with her newly discovered life and her attempts to remember everything she has lost. A trip to Ojai proves disastrous, so Oscar comes up with a surefire way to help Jaime cope - a dangerous mission. (Oscar failed his college psychology classes.) Steve tags along to make sure everything works out, but the mission turns into a disaster as well. Steve quickly realizes what is triggering Jaime's flashes of pain. Can he stand to lose her again?
Joining John and Paul to discuss
THE PRICE OF LIBERTY
A disgruntled government scientist and demolition expert, Robert Meyer steals the Liberty Bell just before its bicentennial tour. Steve tracks it down to an open field where the bell has been rigged to explode if an attempt is made to move it. Steve must work with a protégé of Meyer's in disarming the device before time runs out. Joining John and Paul to discuss this episode is science fiction author Robert J. Sawyer.
THE SONG AND DANCE SPY
John Perry is a world famous entertainer and an old college friend of Steve's. Oscar suspects him of being a traitor, selling government secrets to foreign agents. Perry hands the secret material to the agents at various locales on his concert tour. Steve joins the tour in order to prove Perry's innocence, but the more time he spends with his old friend, the more suspicions he begins to have. Is John Perry a traitor?
Joining John and Paul to discuss this episode is Alex Green.
THE WOLF BOY
Steve's friend, Kuroda, returns to ask Steve's help in finding a wolf boy that was spotted on the island Hoyoko. Oscar is against Steve going, but Steve has an angle Oscar can't argue with. The wolf boy may be the son of an American diplomat who died, along with his wife, many years before. Their son was never found. But there's treachery afoot as another team of hunters are searching the island for the wolf boy and they're not there to help him. What secret does the wolf boy hold?
THE DEADLY TEST
Steve agrees to serve his Air Force Reserve duty requirement by acting as temporary commandant for the Edward Air Force Base Flight Academy. A number of mechanical problems occur to both military and commercial flights in and around the area of the base. When Steve discovers the problems are tied into his own bionic malfunctions, he must figure out quickly who is behind these failures and ultimately, who is their target.
TARGET IN THE SKY
Steve is sent in to a lumbercamp to investigate the odd report of an OSI agent who has now gone missing. There, he finds a missile launcher targeting an approaching plane carrying VIPs.
Joining John and Paul to discuss this episode is The Six Million Dollar Blog author Alex Green.
ONE OF OUR RUNNING BACKS IS MISSING
ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL!
Steve's good friend, running back Larry Bronco, is kidnapped by a disgruntled teammate on the day of an important game. Can Steve and Larry make their way through a defensive line that is itching to kill them?
Joining John and Paul is author Dayton Ward.
THE BIONIC CRIMINAL
Oscar authorizes the reactivation of Barney Hiller (Miller) as an experiment to see if it is possible to activate and reactivate bionic units when needed. Steve objects, but it is too late.
For Barney, it's an opportunity to get back on the race track as he's lost his edge ever since his accident. When this doesn't work, Barney lashes out in frustration at his potential sponsor nearly killing him. Barney is unaware that the man survived and is blackmailed by a former OSI scientist to commit
THE BLUE FLASH
Steve goes undercover as a longshoreman to help a fellow O.S.I. agent recover stolen microchips. He's equipped with a new sensor device that will cause a "blue flash" in his bionic eye when he passes his hand over the microchips. The death of his partner only makes Steve more determined to get the stolen goods recovered and the culprits caught. A wrinkle in all this though is the woman who runs the boarding house he stays at and her son, Ernie (Rodney Allen Rippy). She has been captured by t
THE WHITE LIGHTNING WAR
Steve takes on moonshiners and even more facial hair in order to uncover a corrupt government official.
Joining John and Paul is author Dayton Ward.
Steve is sent to bring back an American defector who wants to return to the United States in order to give his son a better life. But his son has lived most of his life behind the Iron Curtain and likes where he is. Steve must have the two see that they need each other, even when the father loses his eyesight in "Divided Loyalty".
Joining John and Paul to discuss this episode is Billy Flynn of Geek Radio Daily.
CLARK TEMPLETON O'FLAHERTY
There's a spy within the walls of the O.S.I. stealing top secret material meant for shredding. How is the data getting out? Steve is put on the case to find the culprit and his first suspect is the janitor, Clark Templeton O'Flaherty. If this is true, who's going to play handball with Steve now? Louis Gosset Jr. guests stars in this unusual episode and joining John and Paul to figure out if they like it or not is thesix1973.com's webmaster, Joe Burns.
THE WINNING SMILE
Is Callahan a spy? Or is she a pawn in a bigger game? Whatever the case, you know she's got "The Winning Smile".