The Six Million Dollar Man

Season 4 Episode 7

Kill Oscar (2)

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Oct 31, 1976 on ABC
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Kill Oscar (2)
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Jaime lies near death after being attacked by two Fembots. Meanwhile, Steve locates the compound where Oscar is being held and attempts to rescue him.

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  • Steve Austin teams up with Jaime Sommers once again. This is a SMDM episode included in the three part cross over: "Kill Oscar" from the " The bionic woman".The first and the third episode belong to "The bionic woman".moreless

    9.9
    It is weird to see cross overs on TV but this is an exception.We only remember Hercules and Xena,He man and She ra.Batman and Superman (animated series).We see several times Steve and Jamie teaming up in both shows.Maybe the idea to create another show with Steve and Jamie together crossed the producers mind.It all started with episodes of "the six million dollar man" where Jamie was introduced(4 episodes) then the saga of Big foot being the first part from "the six million dollar man" and the second part from "the bionic woman".Also other episodes where Jamie appeared just for a while.It means both shows were connected to each other: "the bionic woman" was a spin off. Sometimes it could be a confusion from the people who project this shows."kill Oscar" is a living example.When I was a kid I never realized it. I knew about this some years ago.In fact, the version that I saw in English some years ago through cable TV shows this second part the beginning and the end from SMDM(credits).In Spanish, I saw only the end the SMDM credits .That's why It's considered in the list of episodes of SMDM.In fact,this episode belongs to SMDM and we hear its music(fouth season)and the credits at the end but the plot begins in the first episode belonging to BW and finishes in the third episode of BW too.In this episode, because Jamie had a terrible accident fighting the fembots, she passed the ball to Steve who was in action all the episode.He has to face disgruntled former O.S.I. employee Doctor Franklin and his deadly scheme to take over the government agency by replacing Oscar Goldman, his secretary Callahan, and Doctor Rudy Wells' secretary Linda with robot duplicates called Fembots.This is quite a good episode with full action.Its a good idea to confront powerful robots with bionic people.The idea of showing faceless robots comes from previous episodes ("Day of the robot" and "Return of the robot maker")We see again a robotic duplicate of Oscar Goldman and at the end a fight between Steve and the robot which is good although there is a big distance between this one and the previous fights with robots from early episodes perhaps owing to the fact that the series became family oriented. The robots(fem bots) are very powerful but are only machines while Steve and Jamie are humans that can think by themselves.moreless
Lee Majors

Lee Majors

Colonel Steve Austin

Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson

Oscar Goldman

Martin E. Brooks

Martin E. Brooks

Dr. Rudy Wells (Seasons 3-5)

John Houseman

John Houseman

Dr. Franklin

Guest Star

Jennifer Darling

Jennifer Darling

Peggy Callahan

Guest Star

Corinne Camacho

Corinne Camacho

Lynda Rosand

Guest Star

Lindsay Wagner

Lindsay Wagner

Jaime Sommers

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • A big deal is made about the weight of fembots, yet Steve doesn't seem to notice Callahan's fembot's weight when he helps her down from the window at Franklin's complex.

    • Hanson and Steve both suddenly know Dr. Franklin is behind what's going on. But no one who isn't kidnapped should know this. It was suggested that Jaime's talk of robots wasn't believed at the end of Part 1.

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  • NOTES (1)

    • Was part of a 3 episode crossover with the Bionic Woman.
      The first part being shown on Bionic Woman, the second on the Six Million Dollar Man, and the conclusion on the Bionic Woman.

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