The Six Million Dollar Man

Season 2 Episode 11

The Peeping Blonde

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Dec 20, 1974 on ABC
7.9
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The Peeping Blonde
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When Steve jumps a 12 foot fence to fix a malfunctioning space capsule, a newswoman happens to get it on film. After her boss sees the footage he attempts to kidnap Steve so he can sell him to a foreign country.

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  • Double Majors

    8.0
    This is the first time I have seen both Lee and Farrah in the same show. They were still relatively "newlyweds" and so it was cool seeing them act together. One coincidence I caught was when Farrah's character is talking with her boss and she called him Charlie. This was before the show Charlies Angels ever started. So almost a bit of foreshadowing there.
  • Why is Oscar spending so much time digging a hole. What's the hole for?

    8.0
    Good episode but not as good as some others, especially the episodes dealing with fembots, the moon, or Bigfoot. What is the purpose of the hole Oscar is digging?
  • A different episode.

    8.7
    Everything is focused on Steve Austin the bionic man like in the first seasons with Dolenz and Tucelli with people who know his secret .this time there is a good couple:Steve and the good performance of time Lee Majors exwife:Farah Fawcett.The plot is interesting and Austin wants to be captured by a guy who knew about his bionics thanks to the video with full bionic action recorded by the journalist played by Farah Fawcett.Here we see how the relationship goes with Oscar Goldman and Steve Austin.At the end Steve the bionic man saves the day thanks to his bionics and intelligence.moreless
  • The trouble with (my) woman.

    8.3
    The worst could be expected for the return of Mrs. Lee Majors. Farah Fawcett is back in fine form, body and hair... and she comes out a winner.



    This whole episode pivotes around the character of Victoria Webster, an inquisitive news reporter chasing Steve Austin's secret. Initially posing as a dumb blonde, the role obviously was written for Farah. Well Written. The journalist swiftly evolves in to a multi-layered character that at times steels the spotlight from the bionic man himself. A good female part is a rarity in a series like this.



    Farah Fawcett is not the biggest actress but her on-screen charisma and the chemistry between her and her (then)husband makes it a very enjoyable view.



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Lee Majors

Lee Majors

Colonel Steve Austin

Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson

Oscar Goldman

Alan Oppenheimer

Alan Oppenheimer

Dr. Rudy Wells (2nd Pilot - Season 2)

Farrah Fawcett

Farrah Fawcett

Victoria Webster

Guest Star

Roger Perry

Roger Perry

Charles Colby

Guest Star

W.T. Zacha

W.T. Zacha

Victor

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