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37 - Le chien bionique (1/2)

Original title : Le chien bionique (1/2)
First Aired : The Bionic Dog (1/2)
Director : 10.09.1977 (USA)
Writing credits : Barry Crane
Cast : James D. Parriott[Harve Bennett & James D. Parriott]

The Story : Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin), Taylor Lacher (Crosby), Carlene Watkins (Judy McHugh), Al Hansen (Trucker), Jay Fenichel (Doughnut Man), David Himes (Animal Handler)
Note : While being tested at OSI headquarters, Jaime discovers the existence of a dog who was implanted with bionics six years ago. Maximillian has become erratic and because they fear that he may be rejecting his bionics, he is slated to be put to sleep and autopsied. Max is actually responding to a fear of fire, learned when he was a puppy. Jaime is afraid, too: afraid that she might face bionic rejection, so she wants to have Max placed in her charge. When Oscar and Rudy say no, she helps Max escape and fices with him...

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38 - Le chien bionique (2/2)

Original title : Le chien bionique (2/2)
First Aired : The Bionic Dog (2/2)
Director : 17.09.1977 (USA)
Writing credits : Barry Crane
Cast : James D. Parriott[Harve Bennett & James D. Parriott]

The Story : Dale Robinette (Roger Grette), Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin), Lee De Broux (Bill Tyler), Will Hare (Harley), Al Hansen (Trucker), Jack Garner (County Sheriff), Jason Johnson (Old Man)
Note : As a fugitive in the mountains with Max, Jaime encounters her old boyfriend Roger Grette, a forest ranger who gives her shelter without asking questions. When a forest fire begins, Max flees in fear and is injured, an injury which causes a feedback that causes him to attack Jaime. She fixes Max's jaw, but now finds herself trapped in the fire along with Roger...

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39 - Le prisonnier de Las Vegas (1/2)

Original title : Le prisonnier de Las Vegas (1/2)
First Aired : Fembots in Las Vegas (1/2)
Director : 24.09.1977 (USA)
Writing credits : Michael Preece
Cast : Arthur Rowe

The Story : James Olson (Rod Kyler), Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), Melinda Fee (Tami Cross), Alexander Courtney (Dan Mayers), Michael Burns (Carl Franklin), Stanley Brock (Stage Manager), Jeannie Wilson (Nancy), Nancy Bleier (Gina), Lorna Sands (Billie), Lisa Moore (Ellen Andrews), Michael J. London (Security Guard)
Note : Reclusive scientist Rod Kyler has invented an energy ray weapon, and when she goes with Oscar to see Kyler, she notices that his girlfriend is a Fembot. The robots have been resurrected by Carl Franklin, son of the original inventor. Kyler, who suffers from an immune deficiency disorder, may die as a result of an assault by the Fembots, who invade his penthouse to capture the weapon...

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40 - Le prisonnier de Las Vegas (2/2)

Original title : Le prisonnier de Las Vegas (2/2)
First Aired : Fembots in Las Vegas (2/2)
Director : 01.10.1977 (USA)
Writing credits : Michael Preece
Cast : Arthur Rowe

The Story : James Olson (Rod Kyler), Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), Melinda Fee (Tami Cross), Michael Burns (Carl Franklin), Jeannie Wilson (Nancy), Nancy Bleier (Gina), Lorna Sands (Billie), Lisa Moore (Ellen Andrews), Douglas Hale (Launch Director), Paul Tinder (Asst. Launch Director), Ted Schliesman (Lt. Rogers)
Note : Franklin and the Fembots take their captured energy ray weapon to Vandenberg Air Force Base where they are able to launch it into space. Franklin plans to exact revenge on Jaime, Oscar, and Rudy for the death of his father. In order to save herself and her friends, Jaime must fight and conquer the more powerful Fembots...

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41 - Rodéo

Original title : Rodéo
First Aired : Rodeo
Director : 15.10.1977 (USA)
Writing credits : Larry Stewart
Cast : Herman Groves

The Story : Andrew Prine (Dr. Billy Cole), Jason Evers (Radnik), John Crawford (Crowley), Thomas Bellin (Janos), Don Gentry (Teak), Rodolfo Hoyos (Carlos), Linda Wiser (Lab Technician)
Note : Tired of staying in a lab, OSI scientist Billy Cole follows his dream to be a rodeo champion. Oscar is worried, however, because Billy is the only person alive who knows the key to the Minerva code, which is vital to national security. Oscar has a right to be worried: East German agents plan to kidnap Cole, and the rodeo is the perfect location to carry out their plan...

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42 - La filière africaine

Original title : La filière africaine
First Aired : African Connection
Director : 29.10.1977 (USA)
Writing credits : Alan J. Levi
Cast : William Schwartz

The Story : Dan O'Herlihy (Harry Walker), Don Pedro Colley (Duma), Joan Pringle (Leona Mumbassa), Raymond St. Jacques (Azzar), Kipp Whitman (Serrano), Marc Alaimo (Hopper), Charles Walker II (Rasan), Roger Til (Robaire), Renny Temple (Englishman), Ron Trice (Meko), Bob Minor (Major)
Note : Jaime is sent to Africa with Harry Walker in an attempt to prevent a dictator from rigging the "free elections" in his country. Azzar, who is living in a heavily guarded compound, has a computer chip which will show him as the legitimate winner. But when Jaime and Harry are captured by Azzar's foes, they find to replacement chip which she is carrying and believe her to be in league with the tyrant...

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43 - La liberté est à l'ouest

Original title : La liberté est à l'ouest
First Aired : Motorcycle Boogie
Director : 05.11.1977 (USA)
Writing credits : Kenneth Gilbert
Cast : James D. Parriott & Kenneth Johnson

The Story : Evel Knievel (Evel Knievel), Bernard Behrens (Major Petrov), Spencer Milligan (Schmidt), Jon M. Benson (New Guard), Chris Anders (1st Guard), Erik Holland (2nd Guard), Dennis Williams (Lab Technician), Patrick Gorman (Mover), Dirk Olthof (Young Cop), Peter Hellmann (1st Door Guard), John Brandon (Promoter)
Note : When Jaime is sent to West Germany to retrieve a stolen computer reel, she enlists the unwilling aid of a passing motorcyclist who claims to be Evel Knievel, and together they end up in East Germany. The cyclist, still insisting that he is Knievel, is forced by Jamie to search for the tape. When it is finally in their hands, they find that they must jump a huge concrete canal in order to return to the West...

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44 - Lavage de cerveau

Original title : Lavage de cerveau
First Aired : Brain Wash
Director : 12.11.1977 (USA)
Writing credits : Michael Preece
Cast : James D. Parriott

The Story : Michael Callan (John Bernard), Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), Sam Chew Jr. (Mark Russell), David Watson (Benny), Pepe Hern (Antonio Pinedo), Gregory Elliot (Office Boy), Larry Duran (Gardener), Richard Sarradet (Agent), Federico Roberto (Man), Lady Helena Walquer (Jenny)
Note : Callahan's new hair dresser boyftiend is doing good work, but not just with hair. He has perfected a brainwashing technique which causes his clientele to reveal government secrets. When Jaime discovers that Callahan is revealing secrets that she ordinarily would not, she decides to visit Bernard for a hair styling of her own, which results in Oscar's life being endangered...

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45 - Quand l'amour s'en mêle

Original title : Quand l'amour s'en mêle
First Aired : Escape to Love
Director : 26.11.1977 (USA)
Writing credits : Alan J. Levi
Cast : Ellen Wittman

The Story : Philip Abbott (Dr. Arlo Kelso), John Reilly (Hober), Mitchel Laurence (Sandor Kelso), Peter Mark Richman (Col. Dubnov), Michael Richardson (Lt. Pruska), Ed Sancho-Bonet (Rodi)
Note : Jaime tries to bring scientist Arlo Kelso and his son out from behind the Iron Curtain, but when the boy becomes scared, he must be left behind. Once the father is safe, Jaime goes back for the boy. The rescue is complicated by two events: the father is told that he must return or have his son executed, and Sandor has decided that he is in love with his rescuer...
aka A Matter of Love and Death

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46 - Max

Original title : Max
First Aired : Max
Director : 03.12.1977 (USA)
Writing credits : Don McDougall
Cast : William Schwartz[William Schwartz & Lionel E. Siegel]

The Story : Neile Adams-McQueen (Valerie Breuer), Christopher Knight (Bobby), Bill Fletcher (Hobbs), Sandy Kenyon (Dr. Yvon Sanders), Rudy Solari (Jack Carson), Sam Chew Jr. (Mark Russell), Bucklind Beery (Andrews), Pete Dunn (OSI Agent)
Note : While Jaime is in capacitated by testing, an OSI scientist takes Max home with her, where he befriends the lady's nephew, Bobby. While Max and Bobby are walking, enemy agents kidnap the dog. Unable to get near Max because of his strength they capture and threaten the scientist. who must reveal Max's secrets or watch her nephew die...

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47 - L'espion fait cavalier seul

Original title : L'espion fait cavalier seul
First Aired : The Over-the Hill Spy
Director : 17.12.1977 (USA)
Writing credits : Kenneth Gilbert
Cast : Joseph A. Viola

The Story : Richard Erdman (Terrence Quinn), Jeff David (Vilmos Vanovic), Michael Thoma (Boris Slotsky), Felice Orlandi (Juan Robles), Whit Bissell (Wolfe), Rick Beckner (Manning), Dante D'Andre (Maitre D'), Eve McVeagh (Middle Aged Woman), Mary Jackson (Martha (fitter)), Alana Collins (Carol), Michael Quinn (Delegate), Norman Gibbs (Man)
Note : A moth-balled American agent is restored to active duty to help identify his counterpart the illusive master of disguise whom he starred with throughout his career. Bitter because he was forced to retire, Terrence Quinn insists on full salary and a ten year contract. Oscar agrees, as long as he takes Jaime along with him. But Quinn chloroforms Jaime and sets out on his own...

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48 - La menace

Original title : La menace
First Aired : All For One
Director : 07.01.1978 (USA)
Writing credits : Larry Stewart
Cast : James D. Parriott

The Story : Roger Perry (Dr. Thomas Tharp), Henry Kingi (Mango), Gary Barton (Stubbs), Viola Kates Stimpson (Mrs. Simpson), Franklyn Ajaye (Benny), Garret Pearson (Raul), Joe Al Nicassio (Mr. A. A.)
Note : Jaime is sent to college to uncover a computer hacker who is stealing $25.000 a night from various bank accounts. When she finds the computer whiz responsible, she is surprised that he is not the criminal she expected. Unfortunately for them both, someone else has thought of a use for his skills...

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49 - La pyramide

Original title : La pyramide
First Aired : The Pyramid
Director : 14.01.1978 (USA)
Writing credits : Barry Crane
Cast : Margaret Armen, Alf Harris, Arthur Rowe & Lionel E. Siegel[Margaret Armen & Alf Harris]

The Story : Christopher Stone (Chris Williams), Eduard Fanz (Ky), Gavan O'Herlihy (Jim Burns), Henry Kingi (Inca Warrior), June Barrett (Laure Kane), Brancombe Richmond (Security Guard)
Note : While investigating an unusual archaeological site, Jaime becomes trapped in a pyramid with a recently awakened sentinel, an alien from another world who is the guardian of the pyramid. His people will soon be arriving to colonise earth, but a chemical introduced into the atmosphere by industrialisation will destroy the craft and then the alien's people will react by destroying Earth. While Chris Williams tries desperately to free Jamie from the outside, she must find a way to warn the aliens and save the planet...

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50 - L'antidote

Original title : L'antidote
First Aired : The Antidote
Director : 21.01.1978 (USA)
Writing credits : Don McDougall
Cast : Arthur Rowe, Tom August & Helen August[Daniel Ullman]

The Story : Christopher Stone (Chris Williams), Harry Rhodes (Waiter/Doctor), Suzanne Charny (Waitress/Nurse), Brett Halsey (Dr. Hamilton), James Blendick (Chief Inspector Ball), John Myhers (Dmitri Zhukov), John Milford (Henderson), Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), Danny Wells (Yanos), Linda Wiser (Sarah)
Note : While Rudy is vacationing in the middle of nowhere, Jaime is poisoned along with Russian diplomat Dmitri Zhukov. The agents responsible are hoping to find Oscar so that they can kill him. As Jaime lies near death, Chris Williams and Max try to locate Rudy, who is vacationing in a desolate area. Unfortunately, Zukhov dies, and a nurse in the hospital plans to make sure that Jamie dies, also...

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51 - Voilà les Martiens

Original title : Voilà les Martiens
First Aired : The Martians Are Coming, the Martians Are Coming
Director : 28.01.1978 (USA)
Writing credits : Larry Stewart
Cast : Robert A. Urso, Tom August & Helen August[Robert A. Urso]

The Story : James McMullan (Casey), Jack Kelly (Ray Fisk), Frank Marth (Bill Robbins), Frank Aletter (Spencer), Lynn Carlin (Norma Fisk), Ruth Manning (Cigar Smoker's Wife), Phil Hoover (Patrolman), Amanda Davies (Nena), Barbara Iley (Television Commentator), Cynthia Songe (2nd Reporter), Warren Miller (Harger), Jon Locke (Cigar Smoker), Brent Davis (1st Reporter), Paul Coufos (Pilot)
Note : Rudy Wells is abducted in plain sight of Oscar Goldman by a UFO which hovers over Well's fishing boat and appears to beam him up in a ray of white light, Rudy had been working on a project to locate and track UFO's, and Jaime must try to find Rudy and unravel the mystery of the abduction...

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52 - La princesse Aura

Original title : La princesse Aura
First Aired : Sanctuary Earth
Director : 11.02.1978 (USA)
Writing credits : Ernest Pintoff
Cast : Rudolph Borchert

The Story : Christopher Stone (Chris Williams), Helen Hunt (Princess Aura), Jim Hager (Verm), Jon Hager (Dier), David Matthau (Belden)
Note : Jaime encounters a young girl who claims to be Aura, daughter of the rulers of her planet, who sent her to Earth in order to prevent a war on her home world. Jaime does not believe the girl's claim that enemy agents from her home planet will try to kidnap her, but she is forced to reconsider as strange events begin to happen...

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53 - Mortellement vôtre

Original title : Mortellement vôtre
First Aired : Deadly Missle
Director : 18.02.1978 (USA)
Writing credits : Tom Connors III & Bruce Shurley
Cast : Lionel E. Siegel & Connor Everts

The Story : Frank Converse (Commander Jed Kimball), Henry Darrow (Anton Dasovic), Chip Lucia (Ritter), Robert Ellenstein (Dr. Henry Klempt), James Crittenden (Chet Marsden), Roger Cruz (Frank Dade), Darrow Igus (Reese), Michael Boyle (Crewman), Greg Barnett (Steve)
Note : Jaime is asked to become a skin diver in order to figure out how enemy agents are sabotaging the testing of a submarine detection device, but the enemy agents are aware of Jamie's mission, and they plant on her a device which will attract killer sharks and send them into a feeding frenzy...
Bruce Shurley directed the underwater sequences.

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54 - Qui est la vraie Jaimie?

Original title : Qui est la vraie Jaimie?
First Aired : Which One Is Jaime?
Director : 25.02.1978 (USA)
Writing credits : Jack Arnold
Cast : Jim Carlson & Terrence McDonnell[Martha Humphreys & Ted Pederson]

The Story : Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), Sam Chew Jr. (Mark Russell), Brock Peters (Jack Stratton), James Sikking (Ray Burns), Marcus Mukai (Colin Lee), Robert Feero (Eddie Dwyer), Regis J. Cordic (Roger Fowler), Adrien Royce (Julie), Peter Zapp (Roger)
Note : When threats are made against Jaime's life, she is taken into protective custody by the OSI, and Callahan moves into Jamie's house to look after Max. Mistaking Callahan for Jaime, the secretary is kidnapped, and once the kidnappers realise the mistake, they set up Callahan as a lure to capture the real bionic woman...

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55 - Voyage astral

Original title : Voyage astral
First Aired : Out of Body
Director : 04.03.1978 (USA)
Writing credits : Ernest Pintoff
Cast : Steven E. De Souza[Steven E. De Souza & Deborah Blum]

The Story : Nehemiah Persoff (Dr. Philip Jennings), Charlie Hill (Tommy Littlehorse), Richard Lynch (Denton), Anthony Ponzini (Mauro), Allan Magicovsky (Jacoby), Barbara Baldavin (Nurse), Jeannie Newburn (Mother), Agustin Vallejo (Father)
Note : When scientist Philip Jennings decides to steal his own device, an extremely deadly bomb, his innocent assistant, Tommy Littlehorse, is accidentally electrocuted. Jaime is captured by Jennings, when she tries to recover the bomb, and is tied to it. Meanwhile, Tommy, who is in a coma, is having "out of body" experiences as his spirit tries to save Jaime from death...

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56 - Pour que vive le roi

Original title : Pour que vive le roi
First Aired : Long Live the King
Director : 25.03.1978 (USA)
Writing credits : Gwen Arner
Cast : David Ketchum & Tony DiMarco

The Story : John Reilly (Sam Sloan), Carmen Argenziano (King Kusari), Charles Cioffi (Colonel Mostada), Madison Arnold (John), Lou Tiano (Nick), Rene Assa (Kia), Stanley Brock (Wally), Dov Gottesfeld (Sharokah), Rachel Bard (Lynette), Elise Cattlin (Beth), Brian Burgess (Mr. Byron)
Note : When Oscar Goldman becomes aware of a plot to kill a king from the Middle East as he visits New York, he plants Jaime as a social secretary in order to give the king some protection. But the assassins, people from King Kusari's own country, are aware of Jaime's true identity, and they plan to kill her so that they can get to the king...

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57 - En dansant le flamenco

Original title : En dansant le flamenco
First Aired : Rancho Outcast
Director : 06.05.1978 (USA)
Writing credits : Ivan Dixon
Cast : Arthur Rowe

The Story : Keenan Wynn (Gustave), Don Calfa (Petie "The Weasel" Regan), Diane Civita (Madeline Boylin), Henry Kingi (One-Eyed-One), Robert Easton (Colonel), Dave Cass (Janos), George Cheung (2nd Agent)
Note : Jaime is sent to a compound in Central America where criminals have safe haven from the law. She is guided there by Petie "The Weasel" Regan, who has been offered a full pardon if he helps locate some stolen currency plates and the criminal who has them. But when Petie runs out on her Jaime is forced to perform a bionic Flamenco to maintain her cover and save her life...

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58 - Adieu la liberté

Original title : Adieu la liberté
First Aired : On the Run
Director : 13.05.1978 (USA)
Writing credits : Thomas J. Blank
Cast : Steven E. De Souza

The Story : Christopher Stone (Chris Williams), Linda Wiser (Sarah), Skip Homeier (Senator Renshaw), Andrew Duggan (Deputy Director Bill Parr), Juno Dawson (Agent Harding), Mariel Aragon (Reiko), Johnny Timko (Tommy), Robert L. Benedetti (Balloon Man), Hannah Dean (NSB Woman), Kenneth O'Brien (Traveling Salesman)
Note : Fearing that her bionics are ruling her life and making her less than human, Jaime sadly submits her resignation to Oscar. When he later visits her home, he tells her that the government is afraid that if she lives as a private citizen, she might be captured and dissected by enemy agents. As a result, she is to be taken to a private compound where valuable agents and scientists are kept for their own protection. Like the others-, she is to remain there in comfort - as a prisoner of her own government - for the rest of her natural life...

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