The Bionic Woman Classic

The Night Demon (aka: Daemon Creature)

Season 2, Ep 22, Aired 3/23/77
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  • Episode Description
  • While visiting the ranch of Indian lore expert Thomas Bearclaw, Jaime is haunted by a legendary Indian burial demon.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Lindsay Wagner

    Jaime Sommers

  • Justin Edgerton

  • Alan J. Levi

  • Jeff Corey

    Thomas Bearclaw

  • John Quade

    Hawkins

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (1)

    • Gas Attendant: (to Jaime) I got me a big ol' sidewinder. Ya wanna see it?

    Notes (2)

    • Though credited, Richard Anderson and Martin E. Brooks do not appear in this episode.

    • In the opening sequence Jaime is driving her car and listening to the radio. The song playing is a country song which sounds very much like Hoyt Axton, who played Buck Buckley in Episode #17, Road To Nashville.

    Trivia (3)

    • As Mr Bearclaw is explaining (in voiceover) about who the bundle he just dug up is made from "the skin of the mane of the White Buffalo," the tight shot on his hands doesn't match up with what he's saying. In that shot, he makes a "sewing" motion, indicating that he was talking about how the bundle was laced up with leather straps, not what it's made out of.

    • Mr Bearclaw and his digging partner don't seem very thrilled by his amazingly well preserved and totally intact artifacts they dug up. These things have even retained their glossy finish, making them not just good finds, but PRISTINE, and worth big money! Bearclaw et al. barely even glance at them, though, instead choosing to deliver some bizarre philosophical monologue, and just toss them aside to continue digging!

    • When Jaime shows up at Lyle's workshop looking for him, she grabs up a (conveniently available) Geiger counter and starts waving it around the place, checking for signs of radioactivity. She's surprised to see that it reacts most strongly to her shoes, saying "Where'd I pick that up?" Problem is, Jaime's bionic legs are powered by a radioactive power unit that would, no doubt, interfere with any attempt to get an accurate reading of particles on her shoes.

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