Occasionally her bionics in general, too (one early episode actually has her breaking a bionic toe while leaping a fence).
All Just a Dream: Jaime freaks out discovering she's being turned into a bionic woman, gets stunned into unconsciousness, then wakes up with her body intact and apparently normal. She's relieved for a second... then her fiancé appears and tells her that what she saw earlier was indeed real.
Always Save the Girl: Averted. Even though he loves her, Jae Kim doesn't hesitate to Boom, Headshot Sarah Corvus the second she rushes him. Jonas Bledsoe's wife died even though he knew bionic technology could have saved her life. Will Anthros appears to follow this trope only for it to be revealed he'd been grooming Jaime as a potential bionic woman all along.
Break the Cutie: Although she's a bit of a badass from the start, elements of the various episodes suggest this being attempted of Jaime.
Call Back: The sound played in the original series whenever the heroine used her bionic powers can be heard on several occasions towards the end of the series. And at least one use of old-school slow-motion running, too. It's worth noting that these effects appear primarily in the later episodes after fan and critical reaction had become known.
Consummate Liar: Ruth is impressed by Jonas ability to beat a lie detector while saying "I love you." Jonas puts this down to his long marriage. This is followed up in a later episode when Jonas smoothly lies to Becca about his job, despite Becca grilling him with the kind of questions that her sister would stuff up.
Cut Short: Due to its quick cancellation, none of the major story arcs are resolved.
Darker and Edgier: Definitely applies to Jonas and the Berkut Group who are a much more malevolent organization than Oscar Goldman's OSI (at least as depicted in the original TV series; they're actually consistent with how Caidin treated Goldman and the OSI/OSO in the original Cyborg novels and the original 1973 Six Million Dollar Man pilot movie). Can also be applied to Jamie, who though she is unwilling to kill anyone herself is more inclined to beat the stuffings out of bad guys than Lindsay Wagner's Jamie (and in one episode she actually encourages a colleague to shoot a bad guy dead).
Dating Catwoman: Jae Kim and Sarah Corvus. Subverted in that they're fully prepared to kill each other if necessary.
Executive Meddling: The original pilot episode depicted Jaime's sister as being deaf. When some groups complained that a hearing actress was cast in the role, it was decided to eliminate the deaf sister angle and have Jaime's sister be rewritten as a normal teenager. The result was more complaints than if they'd left things be.
Ironic Echo: Jaime complains to Jonas about not having any privacy due to the tracker inside her head. Later Corvus turns up at her house and Jonas asks why they didn't know right away.
Corvus: You said to hold off on that — something about her right to privacy.
Juggle Fu: In the pilot Jaime knocks a switchblade from a mugger's hand, takes him down with some martial arts moves then catches the knife as it falls. That's when she realises she's been programmed as a Super Soldier.
Kinda Busy Here: While Jaime is hiding from well-armed mooks in "Paradise Lost", Becca rings demanding to know where her Tenacious D T-shirt is.
Laser Hallway: Visible despite the fact that Jaime's bionic eye could have given her a plausible way of seeing infra-red beams. Subverted when instead of trying to slip through the beams, Antonio deliberately steps into them so he can use Jaime as a Trojan Prisoner.
Manipulative Bastard: Jaime discovers her fiancé Will Anthros had been keeping a file on her... dating back two years before they "met", clearly assessing her as a potential bionic woman. Jonas Bledsoe may be this or a Guile Hero, depending on whether he's really looking out for Jaime and Corvus' best interests as he claims.
Mundane Utility: An episode opens with Jaime racing at Super Speed down a dark alley at night, leaping over a fence In a Single Bound and yanking open a car door to reveal her underage sister necking with an older boy. As she broke a bionic toe jumping the fence, Berkut makes a point of telling her just how much it costs to replace.
Thou Shalt Not Kill: Jaime attempts to follow this mantra, refusing an order by Jonas to kill a target in one episode, though she doesn't seem to have a problem encouraging another agent to "take the shot" in another.
You Can Never Leave: Jaime can take out anyone Berkut sends, but as she's got $50 million worth of classified technology inside her they can't afford to let her go either...so they come to a compromise.