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Series regulars or semi-regulars in 'The Bionic Woman' in the 1970s:



1970s Episode Guide for 'The Bionic Woman':


(Episodes with dates prior to 1970 aired as reruns during the '70s.)

January 14, 1976: Welcome Home, Jaime (1)
Season 1, episode 1
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Alan Crosland

With Martha Scott (Helen Elgin), Lee Majors (Steve Austin), Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin), Dennis Patrick (Carlton Harris), Richard Lenz (Dr. Marchetti), Roger Davis (Col. Holloway), Dee Timberlake (Karen Stone), Christian Juttner (Teddy).
Jaime embarks on a new but double life, working as a schoolteacher and secret agent.

January 21, 1976: Welcome Home, Jaime (2)
Season 1, episode 2
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Alan Crosland

With Martha Scott (Helen Elgin), Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin), Kip Niven (Donald Harris), Dennis Patrick (Carlton Harris), Gordon Jump (Charles Butler), Christian Juttner (Teddy), Bob Bralver (Sayers), Nick Pellegrino (Bailey), Alycia Gardner (Gwen), Kraig Metzinger (Joey).
Jaime has settled in her hometown where she is employed as a schoolteacher, but continues to go on missions for the OSI. A rich businessman stumbles upon Jaime's special bionic powers and wants to employ her at a phenomenal salary to do some dirty work.

January 28, 1976: Angel Of Mercy
Season 1, episode 2
W: James D. Parriott   D: Alan J. Levi

With Andy Griffith (Jack Starkey), Claudio Martinez (Julio), James Karen (George Morehouse), Jean Allison (Judith Morehouse), Bert Santos (Castro Beard), Robbie Rist (Andrew), Paul Berrones (Wounded Soldier), Alycia Gardner (Gwen), Robbie Wolcott (Mark).
Disguised as a rescue team nurse, Jaime flies into a civil war-torn South American country with a helicopter pilot to rescue an American ambassador and his wife.

February 18, 1976: A Thing Of The Past
Season 1, episode 3
W: Philip DeGuere   D: Alan Crosland

With Lee Majors (Steve Austin), Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin), Donald O'Connor (Harry Anderson), Don Gordon (Glen Morgan), Roger Perry (Mr. Stone), W.T. Zacha (Raines), Robbie Wolcott (Mark), Alycia Gardner (Gwen), Christian Juttner (Teddy), Lori Busk (Caroline), Brian Cutler (Major Mills).
A beloved school bus driver who has been hiding for years is located by underworld connections he fears.

February 25, 1976: Claws
Season 1, episode 4
W: Sue Milburn   D: Phil Bondelli

With Jack Kelly (Charles Keys), William Schallert (Bill Elgin), Mills Watson (Sheriff), Tippi Hedren (Susan Victor), Alicia Fleer (Katie), George Wallace (Rancher), Robbie Rist (Andrew), Robbie Wolcott (Mark).
Jaime runs into trouble when she is left in charge of a wild animal ranch and neighboring ranchers stalk a pet lion.

March 3, 1976: The Deadly Missiles
Season 1, episode 5
W: Wilton Denmark   D: Alan J. Levi

With Forrest Tucker (J.T. Connors), Ben Piazza (Warren Rayker), Howard McGillin (Staff Sgt.), Alicia Fleer (Katie), Christian Juttner (Teddy).
An eccentric friend of Jaime's is suspected of launching a missile from his estate and she is sent to investigate.

March 17, 1976: Bionic Beauty
Season 1, episode 6
W: James D. Parriott   D: Alan Crosland

With Martha Scott (Helen Elgin), Bert Parks (Ray Raymond), Gary Crosby (Brady), Helen Craig (Mrs. Belding), Cassie Yates (Miss Florida), Charlotte Moore (Lady Reporter), Katie Hopkins Zerby (Miss Oklahoma), Lisa Parkes (Miss Tennessee).
Jaime enters a beauty contest so she can uncover a spy operation that is endangering American security plans.

March 24, 1976: Jaime's Mother
Season 1, episode 7
W: Arthur Rowe   D: Leo Penn

With Martha Scott (Helen Elgin), Sam Chew Jr. (Mark Russell), Barbara Rush (Ann Sommers/Chris Stuart), Joseph George (Vic Boylin), Norma Connolly (Mrs. Noah), Dan Barton (Henderson), Carlena Gower (Jaime as a Little Girl).
Jaime's mother "returns" from the dead for a last visit with her.

April 7, 1976: Winning Is Everything
Season 1, episode 8
W: James D. Parriott   D: Phil Bondelli

With John Elerick (Tim Saunders), Alejandro Rey (Carlos Scappini), Nancy Jeris (Russian Woman), Frank Cala (Bartender).
Jaime is best by saboteurs when she enters an international desert auto race to retrieve a tape vital to national security.

April 14, 1976: Canyon Of Death
Season 1, episode 9
W: Stephen Kandel   D: Jerry London

With Gary Collins (John Mallory), Guillermo San Juan (John "Paco" Little Bear), Don McGovern (Briggs), Paul Cavonis (Henderson), Dee Timberlake (Karen Stone), Annette Cardona (Elora Mitchell), Robbie Rist (Andrew), Jack Stauffer (Captain Phillips), Bill Conklin (General Fuller), Todd London (Stan).
Captured in a plot to steal an atomic-powered flying suit from an air base, Jaime's life depends on an Indian boy's ability to convince someone he saw a "silver man" in the desert.

May 5, 1976: Fly Jaime
Season 1, episode 10
W: Mann Rubin, Arthur Rowe   D: Barry Crane

With Martin E. Brooks (Dr. Wells), Christopher Stone (Marlow), Jerry Douglas (Connors), Spencer Milligan (Reed), Vito Scotti (Romero), Arline Anderson (Mrs. Griffith), Dick Valentine (Pilot), Jim Raymond (Co-Pilot), John Zoller (Dr. Frankus), Joe Stefano (Captain), Larry Dunn (Radio Operator).
A plane accident leaves Jaime and Dr. Rudy Wells stranded on a remote beach, unaware that they are marked for death by three other survivors.

May 12, 1976: The Jailing Of Jaime
Season 1, episode 11
W: Bruce Shelly   D: Alan Crosland

With Sam Chew Jr. (Marc Russell), Barry Sullivan (Dr. Hatch), Philip Abbott (John Naud), Skip Homeier (Investigator Gregory), Anne Schedeen (Milly Wilson), Tom Bower (Ted Ryan), Ron Hayes (Carlson), Ross Elliott (General Partridge), Scott Wells (Sheriff).
Jaime is jailed after she is framed while acting as a courier to deliver a multimillion dollar decoder to a secret testing center.

May 19, 1976: Mirror Image
Season 1, episode 12
W: James D. Parriott   D: Alan J. Levi

With Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin), Don Porter (Dr. Courtney), Herbert Jefferson Jr. (Baxley), Terry Kiser (Matthews), John Fink (Perkins), Harry Wiere (Tipsy).
A double for Jaime, perfected by plastic surgery, takes on her identity and steals secret material from Oscar Goldman.

May 26, 1976: The Ghosthunter
Season 1, episode 13
W: Kenneth Johnson, Justin Edgerton   D: Kenneth Johnson

With Paul Shenar (Dr. Alan Corey), Kristy McNichol (Amanda Corey), Bo Brundin (Emil Laslo), Merry Loomis (Nurse).
Jaime turns ghost hunter after a dangerous supernatural force disrupts a secret project.





September 29, 1976: In This Corner, Jaime Sommers
Season 2, episode 1
W: Robert L. McCullough, Kenneth Johnson   D: Alan Crosland

With Norman Fell (Mel Bigelow), Marcia Lewis (Amazon April Armitage), Marj Dusay (Dr. Brandes), Marcia Shapiro (Mad Mary Maddox), Lew Palter (Announcer), Bill Keene (Mr. Epstein), Brett Dunham (Wayne Haley), Margaret Shocklee (Esther Chambers), Gene Labell (Referee), Sandy Parker (Battling Betty Madison).
Jaime poses as a lady wrestler while searching for a missing agent.

October 6, 1976: Assault On The Princess
Season 2, episode 2
W: Wilton Denmark   D: Alan Crosland

With Ed Nelson (Lucky Harrison), Vito Scotti (Romero), John Durren (Grover), Steve Kanaly (Tanner), Dick Dinman (Ice Man), Tony Giorgio (Creighton), Ron Wilson (Joe), Abraham Alvarez (Lieutenant).
Jaime poses as a blackjack dealer to work undercover aboard a luxurious gambling ship that could be a "floating bomb".

October 20, 1976: Road To Nashville
Season 2, episode 3
W: James D. Parriott   D: Alan J. Levi

With Hoyt Axton (Buck Buckley), Bert Kramer (Penn Mathers), Doc Severinsen (Muffin Calhoun), Fionnula Flanagan (Tammy Dalton), Scott Arthur Allen (Bill), Dick Haynes (Announcer), Stacey O'Brien (Stacy), Bob Beck (Len), Robin Harlan (Pam).
Jaime poses as a singer to infiltrate the Nashville country scene in search of a missing OSI agent.

October 27, 1976: Kill Oscar (1)
Season 2, episode 4
W: Arthur Rowe   D: Alan Crosland

With John Houseman (Dr. Franklin), Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), Lee Majors (Steve Austin), Jack Colvin (Baron Constantine), Corinne Camacho (Lynda Rosand), Jack Ging (Inspector Hanson), Janice Whitby (Katy), John Dewey-Carter (Rawlins).
Jaime combats female robots that Dr. Franklin is using in a scheme to kidnap Oscar Goldman and obtain an experimental weather control device.

November 3, 1976: Kill Oscar (3)
Season 2, episode 5
W: Arthur Rowe   D: Alan Crosland

With John Houseman (Dr. Franklin), Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), Lee Majors (Steve Austin), Jack Ging (Inspector Hanson), Jim McMullan (Commander Gordon), Sam Jaffe (Admiral Richter), Janice Whitby (Katy), Eugene Peterson (General Williams), Byron Morrow (Admiral Wilkins), John Dewey-Carter (Rawlins).
Jaime and Steve Austin become the sole hope of saving Oscar Goldman.

November 10, 1976: Black Magic
Season 2, episode 6
W: Arthur Rowe   D: Barry Crane

With Vincent Price (Manfred/Cyrus Carstairs), William Windom (Andrew Warfield), Hermione Baddeley (Aunt Tess), Julie Newmar (Claudette), Abe Vigoda (Barlowe), Alvah Stanley (Barry), George Margo (Boatman).
The untimely death of a man leads to a mad scramble among his relatives for the major share of his estate, which includes a top secret formula that many foreign governments would like to have.

November 24, 1976: Sister Jaime
Season 2, episode 7
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Alan J. Levi

With Kathleen Nolan (Mother Superior), Catherine Burns (Sister Beverly), Ellen Geer (Sister Barbara), Ron Hayes (Father Thomas), Dran Hamilton (Sister Margo), Cynthia Whitham (Marlene Stoler).
When an espionage agent posing as a nun is caught delivering a bag of rare diamonds to her contact, Jaime dons a nun's habit to smash the smuggling ring.

December 1, 1976: The Vega Influence
Season 2, episode 8
W: Arthur Rowe   D: Mel Damski

With Richard Lenz (Dr. Michael Marchetti), Jamie Smith-Jackson (Laurie Boylin), Roy Poole (Dr. Boylin), Phil Carey (Major Andrews), Don Marshall (Captain Colter), John Lawrence (Sergeant Roberts).
At a government base on an isolated island, Jaime is pitted against a "living" meteorite's mysterious energy which overpowers the human will.

December 15, 1976: Jaime's Shield (1)
Season 2, episode 9
W: James D. Parriott   D: Alan Crosland

With George Maharis (Sgt. Bob Welton), James McEachin (Captain Godfrey), Diane Civita (Arlene Hart), Rebecca Balding (Parker), William Bryant (Captain Jetton), Arch Johnson (Commissioner Hart), Linden Chiles (Herb Partnow), Michael Santiago (Baxter).
Jaime enrolls as a police academy cadet to locate a foreign agent known to be in the class.

December 22, 1976: Jaime's Shield (2)
Season 2, episode 10
W: James D. Parriott   D: Barry Crane

With George Maharis (Sgt. Bob Welton), Diane Civita (Arlene Hart), Rebecca Balding (Parker), William Bryant (Captain Jetton), Arch Johnson (Commissioner Sam Hart), Linden Chiles (Herb Partnow), Michael Santiago (Baxter), Amapola Del Vando (Premier Gabrin), Amy Joyce (Rosignano).
Jaime is working undercover as a rookie cop, unaware that the foreign agent she is seeking has spotted her and ordered her death.

January 12, 1977: Biofeedback
Season 2, episode 11
W: Daniel Kibbie   D: Alan J. Levi

With Granville Van Dusen (Darwin Jones), Lloyd Bochner (Ivan Kard), Peter Haskell (Payton Jones), Jan Aaris (Marek), Inge Lindgreen (Terry).
Jaime's life is imperiled through the jealousy of an OSI cryptographer over the organization's funding of his brother's "flashy" mind control research.

January 19, 1977: Doomsday Is Tomorrow (1)
Season 2, episode 12
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Kenneth Johnson

With Lew Ayres (Dr. Elijah Cooper), Kenneth O'Brien (Dr. Evtuhov), David Opatoshu (Mr. Satari), Sam Chew Jr. (Russ), James Hong (Dr. Kurosawa).
Jaime is pitted against a master computer devised by a famed scientist to blackmail the world into lasting peace.

January 26, 1977: Doomsday Is Tomorrow (2)
Season 2, episode 13
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Kenneth Johnson

With Lew Ayres (Dr. Elijah Cooper), Kenneth O'Brien (Dr. Evtuhov), David Opatoshu (Mr. Satari), Sam Chew Jr. (Russ), Ned Wilson (Major Maxwell), George Whiteman (Co-Pilot).
Jaime faces defeat in her duel with a master computer for control of a deadly bomb countdown when her bionic limb is injured.

February 2, 1977: Deadly Ringer (1)
Season 2, episode 14
W: James D. Parriott   D: Alan J. Levi

With Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin), Don Porter (Dr. Courtney), Warren Kemmerling (Warden Cooper), Katherine Helmond (Dr. Harkens), John Zenda (Weber), Lou Fant (Convict), Angela Hoffman (Jody Warner), Billy Rittenbaugh (Arty), Jeffrey Whipple (Bill), Stacey O'Brien (Terry).
A nightmare begins for Jaime when she awakens in a prison cell after being switched with her surgically created look-alike.

February 9, 1977: Deadly Ringer (2)
Season 2, episode 15
W: James D. Parriott   D: Alan J. Levi

With Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin), Martha Scott (Helen Elgin), Don Porter (Dr. Courtney), Warren Kemmerling (Warden Cooper), Katherine Helmond (Dr. Harkens), Don 'Red' Barry (Woody), John Zenda (Weber), Don Fenwick (Ohanian), Walt Davis (Trooper), Angela Hoffman (Jody Warner), Billy Rittenbaugh (Arty), Jeffrey Whipple (Bill), Stacey O'Brien (Terry).
Following her prison escape, Jaime is pursued by lawmen with dogs and is unable to convince anyone -- including Oscar Goldman -- that she really is Jaime and not her look-alike.

February 23, 1977: Jaime And The King
Season 2, episode 16
W: Robert L. McCullough, C. Robert Brooks, Arthur Rowe   D: Alan Crosland

With Robert Loggia (Ali Ben Gazim), Lance Kerwin (Prince Ishmail), Joseph Ruskin (Hassan), Rene Assa (Major Domo), Annette Cardona (Emerald), Brioni Farrell (Ezelda), Tanya George (Marahna).
Jaime works undercover as a tutor to a difficult young prince in an attempt to safegaurd his father, a powerful Shah, from assassins.

March 9, 1977: Beyond The Call
Season 2, episode 17
W: Daniel Kibbie, Arthur Rowe   D: Alan J. Levi

With Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin), Martha Scott (Helen Elgin), Sam Groom (Major Cross), Mariel Aragon (Kim), Sandy Ward (Colonel Banning), Madison Arnold (Willet), Billy Rittenbaugh (Arty), June Kim (Kim's Mother), Ron McCabe (Pvt. Luddick).
Jaime seeks to reconcile Kim, a young girl who has become withdrawn and erratic since her Vietnamese mother's death, with her father, an American officer who served in the Vietnam War.

March 16, 1977: The DeJon Caper
Season 2, episode 18
W: Arthur Rowe   D: Barry Crane

With Rene Auberjonois (Pierre Lambert), Sydney Chaplin (Moreau), Bernard Behrens (Beaumont), Roger Til (Rochette), Erik Holland (Alain), Ben Wright (Fournier).
Jaime travels to Paris with art forger Pierre Lambert to trap a master criminal and recover missing original paintings.

March 23, 1977: The Night Demon
Season 2, episode 19
W: Justin Edgerton   D: Alan J. Levi

With Jeff Corey (Thomas Bearclaw), John Quade (Hawkins), Gary Lockwood (Lyle Cannon), Howard McGillin (Sgt. Don Woods), J. Jay Saunders (Capt. Anders).
Jaime is terrified by a snarling, strangely illuminated Indian burial demon at the ranch of a friend, an Indian lore expert.

March 30, 1977: Iron Ships And Dead Men
Season 2, episode 20
W: James D. Parriott   D: Mel Damski

With Ed Walsh (Zanetos), Teddy Wilson (Warner Williams), Ray Young (Bob Richards), Stephen Elliott (Duke), Peter Lempert (Sam Goldman), Mikhail Kulik (Young Duke).
Jaime boards an old destroyer as a salvage crew worker to investigate the discovery of a skeleton bearing dog tags of Oscar Goldman's brother.

May 4, 1977: Once A Thief
Season 2, episode 21
W: Kenneth Johnson   D: Alan J. Levi

With Elisha Cook Jr. (Inky), Eddie Barth (Saul), Richard Bakalyan (Gino Talvin), Dick Balduzzi (Rogers), Richard Libertini (Rick), William Boyett (Captain Blank), Mickey Morton (Davis), Fuddle Bagley (Reggie), Paula Victor (Winnie), Frank Cala (Steinhauer), Sonny Klein (Marchese).
Jaime is blackmailed into pulling a bank heist by a gentle, chimpanzee-loving burglar.





September 10, 1977: The Bionic Dog (1)
Season 3, episode 1
W: James D. Parriott   D: Barry Crane

With Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin), Taylor Lacher (Crosby), Carlene Watkins (Judy McHugh), Al Hansen (Trucker), Jay Fenichel (Doughnut Man), David Himes (Animal Handler).
Season premiere. Jaime discovers the existence of the world's first bionic canine, and has five days to save it from certain death.

September 17, 1977: The Bionic Dog (2)
Season 3, episode 2
W: James D. Parriott   D: Barry Crane

With Ford Rainey (Jim Elgin), Dale Robinette (Roger Grette), Lee De Broux (Bill Tyler), Will Hare (Harley), Al Hansen (Trucker), Jack Garner (County Sheriff).
Jaime and Max, the world's first bionic dog, flee from the OSI and are given shelter in the Sierras by a forest ranger.

September 24, 1977: Fembots In Las Vegas (1)
Season 3, episode 3
W: Arthur Rowe   D: Michael Preece

With John Houseman (Dr. Franklin [flashback]), Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), James Olson (Rod Kyler), 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).
Jaime must thwart the efforts of female robots reactivated to capture America's first directed-energy ray weapon and its inventor.

October 1, 1977: Fembots In Las Vegas (2)
Season 3, episode 4
W: Arthur Rowe   D: Michael Preece

With John Houseman (Dr. Franklin [flashback]), Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), James Olson (Rod Kyler), 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).
A vengeance-seeking scientist launches a deadly weapon into Earth's orbit, and demands Jaime, Oscar and Dr. Rudy Wells as ransom for the weapon's safe return.

October 15, 1977: Rodeo
Season 3, episode 5
W: Herman Groves   D: Larry Stewart

With Andrew Prine (Dr. Billy Cole), Jason Evers (Radnik), John Crawford (Crowley), Thomas Bellin (Janos), Don Gentry (Teak), Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (Carlos).
OSI scientist Billy Cole, the only person ever to have memorized the key to a top secret code, insists on riding bucking broncos and risking his life to become a rodeo champion.

October 29, 1977: African Connection
Season 3, episode 6
W: William Schwartz   D: Alan J. Levi

With 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), Ron Trice (Meko), Bob Minor (Major).
In order to prevent a ruthless African dictator from remaining in power, Jaime must secretly switch a rigged computer element with one that will give fair results in an upcoming election.

November 5, 1977: Motorcycle Boogie
Season 3, episode 7
W: James D. Parriott, Kenneth Johnson   D: Kenneth C. Gilbert

With Evel Knievel, Bernard Behrens (Major Petrov), Spencer Milligan (Schmidt), John Brandon (Promoter).
Jaime, sent to West Germany to retrieve a stolen computer tape, commandeers the aid of a passing motorcyclist to make a death-defying leap across a 50-foot river basin at the East German border.

November 12, 1977: Brain Wash
Season 3, episode 8
W: James D. Parriott   D: Michael Preece

With Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), Sam Chew Jr. (Marc Russell), David Watson (Benny), Pepe Hern (Antonio Pinedo), Richard Sarradet (Agent), Helena Walquer (Jenny).
Jaime reveals top-secret information and endangers Oscar's life when she has a shampoo and rinse.

November 26, 1977: Escape To Love
Season 3, episode 9
W: Ellen Wittman   D: Alan J. Levi

With Philip Abbott (Dr. Arlo Kelso), John Reilly (Hober), Mitchell Laurence (Sandor Kelso), Peter Mark Richman (Col. Dubnov), Michael Richardson (Lt. Pruska), Ed Sancho-Bonet (Rodi).
An Iron Curtain scientist's son, trying to escape with his father, is captured and then complicates Jaime's attempt to rescue him by falling in love with her.

December 3, 1977: Max
Season 3, episode 10
W: William Schwartz   D: Don McDougall

With Neile McQueen (Valerie Breuer), Christopher Knight (Bobby), Bill Fletcher (Hobbs), Sandy Kenyon (Dr. Sanders), Rudy Solari (Jack Carson), Bucklind Beery (Andrews), Pete Dunn (OSI Agent).
While Jaime is in the hospital for surgery on her bionics, Max, the world's first bionic dog, is kidnapped.

December 17, 1977: The Over The Hill Spy
Season 3, episode 11
W: Joseph Viola   D: Kenneth C. Gilbert

With Richard Erdman (Terrence Quinn), Jeff David (Vilmos Vanovic), Michael Thoma (Boris Slotsky), Felice Orlandi (Juan Robles), Whit Bissell (Wolfe), Rick Beckner (Manning), Alana Stewart (Carol).
An elderly Soviet spy, long believed dead, threatens U.S. security, so Oscar Goldman must convince a retired OSI agent to identify his Russian counterpart.

January 7, 1978: All For One
Season 3, episode 12
W: James D. Parriott   D: Larry Stewart

With Roger Perry (Dr. Tharp), Henry Kingi (Mango), Gary Barton (Stubbs), Viola Kates Stimpson (Mrs. Simpson), Franklyn Ajaye (Benny), Garret Pearson (Raul), Joe Nicassio (Mr. A. A.).
Jaime enrolls as a college student to find out who's been tampering with the campus computer and stealing thousands of dollars from the OSI.

January 14, 1978: The Pyramid
Season 3, episode 13
W: Margaret Armen, Alf Harris, Arthur Rowe, Lionel E. Siegel   D: Barry Crane

With Eduard Franz (Ky), Gavan O'Herlihy (Jim Burns), Henry Kingi (Inca Warrior), June Barrett (Laure Kane), Branscombe Richmond (Security Guard).
Jaime is trapped in an underground pyramid with an alien sentinel who warns her that Earth faces imminent destruction.

January 21, 1978: The Antidote
Season 3, episode 14
W: Arthur Rowe, Tom August, Helen August   D: Don McDougall

With Hari Rhodes (Waiter/Doctor), Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), Suzanne Charney (Waitress/Nurse), Brett Halsey (Dr. Hamilton), James Blendick (Chief Inspector Ball), John Myhers (Dmitri Zhukov), John Milford (Henderson), Danny Wells (Yanos), Linda Wiser (Sarah).
A deadly poison will kill Jaime unless she reveals the location of a secret conference in exchange for the antidote.

January 28, 1978: The Martians Are Coming, The Martians Are Coming
Season 3, episode 15
W: Robert A. Urso, Tom August, Helen August   D: Larry Stewart

With Jim McMullan (Casey), Jack Kelly (Ray Fisk), Frank Marth (Bill Robbins), Frank Aletter (Spencer), Lynn Carlin (Norma Fisk), Amanda Davies (Nena).
While working on a top-secret project to track unidentified flying objects, Dr. Rudy Wells is abducted in a flying saucer.

February 11, 1978: Sanctuary Earth
Season 3, episode 16
W: Rudolph Borchert   D: Ernest Pintoff

With Helen Hunt (Princess Aura), Jim Hager (Verm), Jon Hager (Dier), David Matthau (Belden).
When an American satellite returns unexpectedly to Earth, Jaime discovers a young girl on board who claims she is being followed by agents from a warring planet intending to take her hostage.

February 18, 1978: Deadly Music
Season 3, episode 17
W: Lionel E. Siegel, Connor Everts   D: Tom Connors III, Bruce Shurley

With Frank Converse (Commander Kimball), Henry Darrow (Anton Dasovic), Charles Lucia (Ritter), Robert Ellenstein (Dr. Klempt), James Crittenden (Chet Marsden), Roger Cruz (Frank Dade), Darrow Igus (Reese), Michael Boyle (Crewman), Gregory J. Barnett (Steve).
An enemy scientist invents a device that attracts sharks underwater, and Jaime becomes the intended victim.

February 25, 1978: Which One Is Jaime?
Season 3, episode 18
W: Jim Carlson, Terrence McDonnell   D: Jack Arnold

With Jennifer Darling (Peggy Callahan), Brock Peters (Jake Stratton), James B. Sikking (Ray Burns), Marcus Mukai (Colin Lee), Robert Feero (Eddie Dwyer), Regis Cordic (Roger Fowler), Adrien Royce (Julie), Peter Zapp (Roger).
Oscar Goldman's secretary is abducted by a band of dangerous kidnappers when she is mistaken for Jaime.

March 4, 1978: Out of Body
Season 3, episode 19
W: Steven E. DeSouza   D: Ernest Pintoff

With Nehemiah Persoff (Dr. Philip Jennings), Charlie Hill (Tommy Littlehorse), Richard Lynch (Denton), Antony Ponzini (Mauro), Allan Migicovsky (Jacoby), Barbara Baldavin (Nurse), Jean Newburn (Mother), Agustin Vallejo (Father).
While lying near death, a young Indian OSI agent's spirit leaves his body to aid Jaime, who has been trapped and tied to a bomb by Philip Jennings.

March 25, 1978: Long Live The King
Season 3, episode 20
W: David Ketchum, Tony DiMarco   D: Gwen Arner

With 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).
Oscar assigns Jaime to protect a Middle Eastern king from assassination by his own countrymen whie visiting New York. But the would-be killers discover her true identity and move to make her a victim as well.

May 6, 1978: Rancho Outcast
Season 3, episode 21
W: Arthur Rowe   D: Ivan Dixon

With Keenan Wynn (Gustave), Don Calfa (Petie "The Weasel" Regan), Diane Civita (Madeline Boylin), Henry Kingi (One-Eyed-One), Robert Easton (Colonel), David S. Cass (Janos).
Jaime, in danger of being killed by gangsters in a Central American town where she is traveling undercover, saves her life by performing a made-up flamenco dance.

May 13, 1978: On The Run
Season 3, episode 22
W: Steven E. DeSouza   D: Thomas Blank

With Linda Wiser (Sarah), Skip Homeier (Senator Renshaw), Andrew Duggan (Deputy Director Bill Parr), Juno Dawson (Agent Harding), Mariel Aragon (Reiko), Johnny Timko (Tommy).
Jaime resigns from the OSI, then flees for her life when the government tries to confine her to a compound for retired agents. (Last show of the series.)


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