History YMMV / TheSixMillionDollarMan

24th Oct '15 5:30:18 PM nombretomado
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* GenreTurningPoint: When this series and its SpinOff, ''Series/TheBionicWoman'', each became sustained hits, the SuperHero genre began to be taken much more seriously PrimeTime TV material. That set the stage for Creator/ChristopherReeve to soar as ''Film/{{Superman}}'' to proved that notion true in feature films.
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* GenreTurningPoint: When this series and its SpinOff, ''Series/TheBionicWoman'', each became sustained hits, the SuperHero genre began to be taken much more seriously PrimeTime UsefulNotes/PrimeTime TV material. That set the stage for Creator/ChristopherReeve to soar as ''Film/{{Superman}}'' to proved that notion true in feature films.
18th Jun '15 12:39:41 PM Cindylover1969
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* {{Narm}}: "Sweet Jaime" as sung by Lee Majors in "The Bionic Woman" (the two-part episode that introduced her). Oh dear.
15th May '15 12:31:45 PM jeffreyloonychen
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** Kate Mason, the second Bionic Woman in "Bionic Showdown", is played by future Oscar-winner Creator/SandraBullock.
13th Dec '14 2:31:55 AM kchishol
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* GenreTurningPoint: When this series and its SpinOff, ''Series/TheBionicWoman'', each became sustained hits, the SuperHero genre began to be taken much more seriously PrimeTime TV material. That set the stage for Creator/ChristopherReeve to soar as ''Film/{{Superman}}'' to proved that notion true in feature films.
13th Nov '14 3:33:36 PM MagBas
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unfortunate implications need citations.
* UnfortunateImplications - OSI apparently has the authority to perform medical experiments on human subjects without informed consent, and in fact did so with Steve Austin (and possibly Barney Hiller as well; given that they were in a romantic relationship at the time Steve could have acted as next-of-kin for Jamie Somers and fulfilled the legal and ethical requirement for the procedure).
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* UnfortunateImplications - OSI apparently has the authority to perform medical experiments on human subjects without informed consent, and in fact did so with Steve Austin (and possibly Barney Hiller as well; given that they were in a romantic relationship at the time Steve could have acted as next-of-kin for Jamie Somers and fulfilled the legal and ethical requirement for the procedure).
4th Aug '14 11:59:20 AM Yipeekiyay
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* RetroactiveRecognition: In "The Return of the Six-Million-Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman", Dr. Shepherd, who performed life-saving surgery on Steve's son Michael, was played by a young Creator/BryanCranston.
9th Jan '14 7:30:03 PM desslok
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** It must have been especially Nightmare Fuel-ish to test pilot Bruce Peterson, whose spectacular crash was featured in the opening credits. Imagine reliving that week after week.
2nd Jan '14 4:02:40 AM skbc1p4res
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* NightmareFuel: Anytime a robot-disguised-as-a-human is unmasked. ** Also, Bigfoot was known to scare more than a few kids. ** Also in the title sequence with the footage from Austin's lift body plane's on board camera of his fateful crash seconds before impact is frightening to see obviously he is going to hit the ground ''hard''.

* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: For fans, too many to count, though many point to the ending of the first episode "Population Zero", in which [[spoiler: Steve javelins a metal pole through a van]], as one of the first examples.
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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: SugarWiki/AwesomeMoment: For fans, too many to count, though many point to the ending of the first episode "Population Zero", in which [[spoiler: Steve javelins a metal pole through a van]], as one of the first examples.

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* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: For fans, too many NightmareFuel: Anytime a robot-disguised-as-a-human is unmasked. ** Also, Bigfoot was known to count, though many point to scare more than a few kids. ** Also in the ending of title sequence with the first episode "Population Zero", in which [[spoiler: Steve javelins a metal pole through a van]], as one footage from Austin's lift body plane's on board camera of his fateful crash seconds before impact is frightening to see obviously he is going to hit the first examples.ground ''hard''.
12th Nov '13 11:39:04 AM Snarf
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* UnfortunateImplications - OSI apparently has the authority to perform medical experiments on human subjects without informed consent, and has done so at least twice (Steve and Jamie; we don't really know ''how'' Barney was picked).
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* UnfortunateImplications - OSI apparently has the authority to perform medical experiments on human subjects without informed consent, and has done in fact did so at least twice (Steve and Jamie; we don't really know ''how'' with Steve Austin (and possibly Barney was picked).Hiller as well; given that they were in a romantic relationship at the time Steve could have acted as next-of-kin for Jamie Somers and fulfilled the legal and ethical requirement for the procedure).
12th Nov '13 11:36:52 AM Snarf
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* UnfortunateImplications - OSI apparently has the authority to perform medical experiments on human subjects without informed consent, and has done so at least twice (Steve and Jamie; we don't really know ''how'' Barney was picked).
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