History Series / TheBionicWoman

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* BellyDancer: Jaime performs for an Arab sheik in "Jaime and the King".
2nd Apr '17 10:01:31 AM DynamiteXI
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** The beginning of another episode has Jaime tanning in a bikini on the beach and bemoaning the fact that her bionic legs don't tan.
** Jaime's AbsoluteCleavage blouse in "Brain Wash," although PlayedForDrama since it's implied that Callaghan thinks Jaime is trying to play up the fanservice to steal her new boyfriend.[[note]]Jaime actually ''isn't'' -- she's merely investigating the boyfriend, and just coincidentally happened to be wearing that blouse that day.[[/note]]

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** The beginning of another episode "Mirror Image" has Jaime tanning in a bikini on the beach in Nassau and bemoaning the fact that her bionic legs limbs don't tan.
tan. Ultimately subverted when she decides to cover herself up with a beach smock instead.
** Jaime's AbsoluteCleavage blouse in "Brain Wash," Wash" is pretty fanservice-y, although it's PlayedForDrama since it's implied that Callaghan thinks Jaime is trying to play up the fanservice to steal her new boyfriend.[[note]]Jaime actually ''isn't'' -- she's merely investigating the Callaghan's boyfriend, and just coincidentally happened to be wearing that blouse that day.[[/note]]
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** Chris Williams, fellow agent and potential boyfriend for Jaime, is introduced in season 3 as a counterpart to Steve (as the change of network meant no further crossovers with ''Six Million Dollar Man'' were possible), sans bionic powers, of course. But with a similar acting style.


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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Chris Williams, fellow agent and potential boyfriend for Jaime, is introduced in season 3 as a counterpart to Steve (as the change of network meant no further crossovers with ''Six Million Dollar Man'' were possible), sans bionic powers, of course. But with a similar acting style.
11th Dec '16 10:41:04 PM Xtifr
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'''''The Bionic Woman''''' (Creator/{{ABC}}, 1976-1978) is a SpinOff from ''Series/TheSixMillionDollarMan'', featuring Lindsay Wagner as Jaime Sommers, the second active bionic agent of the OSI. Jaime made her initial appearance in a 1975 episode of ''The Six Million Dollar Man'' -- she was a tennis pro and Steve Austin's old sweetheart. During a vacation from the OSI, Austin returns to his home town of Ojai and runs into Jaime again, and pretty soon their romance resumes. During one of their outings, they decide to go parachuting; Jaime's chute fails and she suffers catastrophic injuries. An overwrought Steve convinces his boss, Oscar Goldman, to authorize bionic replacement surgery to restore Jaime's destroyed legs, right arm and right ear. Goldman agrees.

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'''''The ''The Bionic Woman''''' Woman'' (Creator/{{ABC}}, 1976-1978) is a SpinOff from ''Series/TheSixMillionDollarMan'', featuring Lindsay Wagner as Jaime Sommers, the second active bionic agent of the OSI. Jaime made her initial appearance in a 1975 episode of ''The Six Million Dollar Man'' -- she was a tennis pro and Steve Austin's old sweetheart. During a vacation from the OSI, Austin returns to his home town of Ojai and runs into Jaime again, and pretty soon their romance resumes. During one of their outings, they decide to go parachuting; Jaime's chute fails and she suffers catastrophic injuries. An overwrought Steve convinces his boss, Oscar Goldman, to authorize bionic replacement surgery to restore Jaime's destroyed legs, right arm and right ear. Goldman agrees.
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** Jaime's AbsoluteCleavage blouse in "Brain Wash."

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** Jaime's AbsoluteCleavage blouse in "Brain Wash."Wash," although PlayedForDrama since it's implied that Callaghan thinks Jaime is trying to play up the fanservice to steal her new boyfriend.[[note]]Jaime actually ''isn't'' -- she's merely investigating the boyfriend, and just coincidentally happened to be wearing that blouse that day.[[/note]]
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* AbsoluteCleavage: The blue shirt that Jaime wore in "Brain Wash."

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* AbsoluteCleavage: The blue shirt that Jaime wore wears in "Brain Wash."
4th Dec '16 4:16:58 PM DynamiteXI
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* AbsoluteCleavage: The blue shirt that Jaime wore in "Brain Wash."



* MsFanservice: Rarely invoked, except in rare cases.

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* MsFanservice: Rarely invoked, except in rare for a few cases.



** Jaime's AbsoluteCleavage blouse in "Brain Wash."



* NotWearingTights

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* NotWearingTightsNotWearingTights: Since she's a secret agent who frequently goes undercover, Jaime has no need for a costume.
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* MsFanservice: Rarely invoked, except in rare cases, such as the episode in which Jaime impersonates a female wrestler and dons a skimpy costume to do so, and "Kill Oscar Part 1" which features glimpses of Katy the Fembot wearing hot pants for no particular story-related reason.

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* MsFanservice: Rarely invoked, except in rare cases, such as cases.
** For instance,
the episode in which Jaime impersonates a female wrestler and dons a skimpy costume to do so, and so.
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"Kill Oscar Part 1" which features glimpses of Katy the Fembot wearing hot pants for no particular story-related reason.reason.
** The beginning of another episode has Jaime tanning in a bikini on the beach and bemoaning the fact that her bionic legs don't tan.
27th Dec '15 2:12:37 PM nombretomado
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* {{Novelization}}: Two volumes of novelizations were published (credited to different authors in the US and UK). One was based on the "Welcome Home, Jaime" two-parter, the other combined two other episodes as one narrative. An unusual aspect of these books is they included a detailed description of Jaime's bionic rebuild, however the text was taken mostly from the ''[[TheSixMillionDollarMan Six Million Dollar Man]]'' novelizations. As a result, in one case Jaime is described as having a bionic eye!

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* {{Novelization}}: Two volumes of novelizations were published (credited to different authors in the US and UK). One was based on the "Welcome Home, Jaime" two-parter, the other combined two other episodes as one narrative. An unusual aspect of these books is they included a detailed description of Jaime's bionic rebuild, however the text was taken mostly from the ''[[TheSixMillionDollarMan Six Million Dollar Man]]'' ''Series/TheSixMillionDollarMan'' novelizations. As a result, in one case Jaime is described as having a bionic eye!
19th Dec '15 9:26:51 AM Kirayoshi
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'''Jamie''': I trust you about as far as I could throw you. [[VerbalBackpedaling No, no, I don't trust you that far.]]

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'''Jamie''': I trust you about as far as I could throw you. [[VerbalBackpedaling No, no, I don't trust you that far.]]



* EvilIsHammy: One of the main antagonists in "Black Magic" was played by Actor/VincentPrice, insuring that this trope is in full force.

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* EvilIsHammy: One of the main antagonists Manfred in "Black Magic" was played by Actor/VincentPrice, insuring that this trope is was in full force.
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