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The Six Million Dollar Man

Season 3 Episode 15

Welcome Home, Jaime (1)

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Jan 11, 1976 on ABC
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Welcome Home, Jaime (1)
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Industrialist Carlton Harris has discovered Jaime's bionic powers and arranges several secret "tests" so that he can film her in action. When Oscar realizes what is happening, he arranges a "falling out" with Jaime so that she can go to work for Carlton, who is suspected of selling government secrets. While stealing secrets for Carlton in an effort to gather evidence against him, Jaime befriends the industrialist's son, Donald, a law student who is bothered by his father's illegal activities.moreless

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    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)

    Dennis Patrick

    Dennis Patrick

    Carlton Harris

    Guest Star

    Martha Scott

    Martha Scott

    Helen Elgin

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    Roger Davis

    Roger Davis

    Lt. Col. Tom Hollaway

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    Lindsay Wagner

    Lindsay Wagner

    Jaime Sommers

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      • Oscar: What about the present? What're you gonna do? Go back on the old, uh, tennis circuit?
        Jaime: I don't think so. I don't think it would hardly be fair - I mean, I don't think even Jimmy Connors can return this serve.
        (Jaime hits the ball bionically, serving an ace before it tears through the chainlink fence).

      • Jaime: Can I... uh... say something just between you and I, Helen?
        Helen: Sure.
        Jaime: I care an awful lot about Steve, but I just don't know where my heart is.
        Helen: I understand. It's so frustrating to be confused.
        Jaime: It really is.
        Helen: Well, there's one thing not to be confused about. I almost had you for my daughter-in-law, and nothing could've made me happier. But back when you were growing up, even before you lost your parents, I always thought of you as my daughter. And I always will, Jaime. So, you see, I win either way.

      • Helen: Why don't you have dinner with us tonight?
        Jaime: No, thanks. I'm going to whip a little tuna salad. I've got a lot of studying to do. (searches through a box) Mmmm-hmmm. I don't think I have a can opener.
        Helen: I'll get you one at the house.
        Jaime: No, no, no. It's okay. What are fingernails for, you know? (proceeds to open up the tuna can with her thumbnail)
        Helen: (laughing) Incredible! You don't happen to have an extra set of those nails, do you?
        Jaime: No, but I'll have Rudy check the parts department for you to see what he can come up with.

      • Oscar: Okay, I'll tell you what. When you get settled up in Ojai, we'll decide then.
        Jaime: Oscar, if I don't get an assignment from you very soon, I'm just going to show up and I'm gonna kick your door down.
        Oscar: Ah, you're just the one who can do it.
        Jaime: And don't you forget it.

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