The Bionic Woman Classic

Season 2 Episode 13

Jaime's Shield (2)

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Dec 22, 1976 on ABC
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After graduating from the police academy, Jaime discovers that foreign agents are plotting to kidnap a visiting diplomat by impersonating the police force.

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      • When the four police officers show up at the fake call (the set up to kill Jaime, among other things), the two teams split up so that Arlene and Jaime are together! No Sgt in his/her right mind would separate so that two Rookies are alone together on a call. They'd break off as Veteran/Rookie teams.

      • When Jaime runs down the purse snatcher/mugger, she has to do some quick thinking to explain why he would commit a crime using a bent switchblade knife (she bionically bent it when it threatened her). She tells her partner, Bob, that it's just made of tin and bends it in front of his eyes. Makes sense so far, but then she tosses it into the alley and they walk away with their suspect! The judge is certainly gonna wonder why the arresting officers threw out the most important piece of evidence in the crime!

      • When Sgt. Welton escapes and dashes off to rescue Jaime from the warehouse, he has no idea what he's getting himself into, but makes no effort to use the motorcycle radio to call for help. For all he knows, Jaime is being held by dozens of captors, however, he runs around screaming her name as if he's fully aware that she's alone and incapacitated.

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      • (Jaime, Arly, and Rosignano are greeted by whistles and catcalls their first day on the job)
        Captain Jetton: Alright, alright, settle down or I'll call your wives! These ladies are trained police officers and are to be treated as such—got that, you goons?

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