The Six Million Dollar Man

Season 5 Episode 22

The Return of the Six Million Dollar Man and Bionic Woman

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM May 17, 1987 on ABC
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The Return of the Six Million Dollar Man and Bionic Woman
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Oscar Goldman approaches a retired Steve Austin looking asking for his help, A band of terrorists, led by Lyle Stenning, are back in business. Oscar needs Steve's knowledge and experience having dealt with Stenning previously. A chance meeting with Jaime Sommers in a restaurant rekindles some old memories, especially when he discovers that Jaime's amnesia has cleared up and all her memories of their childhood have come back. Steve also tries to re-establish a relationship with his estranged son Michael, who he hasn't seen since his wife died when Michael was 6 yrs old. Things become more complicated when Michael becomes critically injured in a jet crash and Steve once again asks Oscar and Rudy for a favor...moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    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)

    Gary Lockwood

    Gary Lockwood

    John Praiser

    Guest Star

    Bob Seagren

    Bob Seagren

    Martin

    Guest Star

    Tom Schanley

    Tom Schanley

    Michael Austin

    Guest Star

    Lindsay Wagner

    Lindsay Wagner

    Jaime Sommers

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (9)

      • Jaime: You knew I was gonna remember about me and Steve, didn't you?
        Oscar: Yeah... what'll you do about it?
        Jaime: Try not to throw him through another window? (Oscar chuckles) I don't know... I really don't know.

      • Oscar: Michael, if you ever get tired of being top gun in the Air Force, how'd you like to come to work for me?
        Steve: Nononono, Oscar. He is not gonna go to work for you.
        Jaime: You think he has a choice?
        Oscar: Jaime!
        Jaime: (sheepishly) Bye.

      • (Michael fires his eye laser).
        Steve: I can't do that either! You didn't kill him, did ya?
        Michael: No--I can control the intensity of the beam. (mischievously) Bet you wish you had one.
        Steve: You can say that again.

      • Steve: Well, last night wasn't my night for getting acquainted. Maybe tonight I'll do better--if I can find the right words.
        Jaime: Words aren't that hard to find. Look inside yourself--say what's in your heart--even if it is made of teflon.

      • Rudy: Your left eye is a miracle... a miracle of modern science. But what if it had an added factor--a laser beam. Very thin, very concentrated, capable of burning through an inch of steel.
        Steve: Come in handy if you got locked out of the house.

      • Castillian: So... you're the six million dollar man.
        Steve: Probably twenty-four by now.

      • Steve: Jaime... (grabs her right arm)
        Jaime: Let go of me.
        Steve: No.
        Jaime: Let go! (sends Steve flying through a window) Now look what you made me do!
        Steve: Well, at least your bionic arm still works.

      • Oscar: Okay... I see your side. I just wish I could be on it. But be careful... remember, you're the man who put Stenning away ten years ago. Fortress may go after you.
        Steve: C'mon... I'm ancient history.
        Oscar: (watches Steve wave to a bikini-clad beauty) Not too ancient, I hope.

      • Steve: (watching some jet fighters fly overhead) Nice formation, huh?
        Jim: Ever wish you were back at the controls of those, Colonel Austin?
        Steve: Sometimes... only in a suicidal moment.

    • NOTES (1)

      • Jim Castillian, played by Lee Majors II, comments to Steve Austin that he is an orphan, and if he had a father, he'd want it to be Steve.

    • ALLUSIONS (0)

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