“The Return of the Bionic Woman” on Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast!

Hey, everybody! Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast is back!

Hosts John S. Drew and Paul K. Bisson continue their bi-weekly retrospective of The Six Million Dollar Man, moving on to the show’s third season, aka, “The one where Bigfoot shows up.” Before the guys make their way to that iconic two-part episode, there’s a lot of ground to cover, and it’s going to take a while even while running at 60 miles per hour. Helping them to kick off Season 3 is not one but two guest hosts, James Sherrard of the Bionic Woman Files and Betsy Dodd of The Bionic Blonde, as they revisit the season’s premiere episode, part one of “The Return of the Bionic Woman.”

From John’s write-up:

“Steve is injured on a mission and in need of bionic surgery. While recovering he spots a woman who looks like Jaime. But Jaime’s dead. Steve watched her die on the operating table. What kind of sick game is Oscar and Rudy playing on him?!?

The good news – Jaime is alive.

The bad news – Jaime doesn’t remember Steve or any part of her life before she came back to life.

To make matters worse, the young doctor who came up with the revolutionary technique that allowed Rudy and his team to save Jaime is falling for her and she for him. Can Steve keep it all together and finally be reunited with his childhood sweetheart?”

I know, right? Awkward.

Tune in to see what John, Paul, James and Betsy thought of this fan-favorite episode that returns Jaime Sommers to the land of the living (batteries included, even): Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast – “The Return of the Bionic Woman – Part One.”


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