Bionic Woman Episodes

2007, TV Show

Bionic Woman Season 1 episodes

"Do Not Disturb" Season 1, Episode 8

My time with Bionic Woman has become an equivalent of an educational experience. I take my television shows very seriously and only watch programs that offer me characters with whom I can sympathize. And since Jaime is the only character with any real depth, I would have normally given up on this show after watching just the pilot. But due to my duties as a TV GUIDE blogger, BW offers me the chance to better understand how a flawed show constantly attempts to better itself. BW is a vastly improved product from it's less than auspicious debut, but it has also lost more than half of its original viewers. "Do Not Disturb" is BW's last original episode that was completed before the inopportune* WGA strike. With NBC striving to reclaim the ratings dominance it once held, they might decide that BW is a show that is not worth reviving. So for what might be the last time, let me present my views on "Do Not Disturb."Why does the "Previously On" segment in the beginning of every episode alway... read more

"Trust Issues" Season 1, Episode 7

I had high hopes that Bionic Woman would continue its recent wave of success, but "Trust Issues" brought this reinvigoration to a grinding halt. The show's quality depreciated to the same substandard levels of its debut episodes.A large contributor to the show's creative woes came from the inconsistency of its storylines and cast. Whatever happened to Katee Sackhoff as Sarah Corvus? Despite being among the most poorly conceived rogues in television history, it was a shame that she was seemingly abandoned. Sarah Corvus was a principle player that would have assisted in supplying answers about the mysterious origins of bionics. There were so many different ways that Sarah's personality could have been developed. Flashbacks to Sarah's past would have provided motivation for her present actions and would also have made her more relatable to the audience.This ambivalence to creative development separates Bionic Woman from classic shows such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer. In Buffy's third s... read more

"The List" Season 1, Episode 6

Hello again faithful fans! Joshua Green here, reporting for the most revamped show of the fall!The momentum that began with "The Education of Jaime Sommers" continues with the focus on Michelle Ryan's Jaime Sommers and her CIA pseudo boyfriend covertly known as Tom. Their chemistry continues to shine and prompts me to think that Jordan Bridges as Tom will soon become a series regular. Jordan's comedic chops help him stand out among the cast and allows the show to be almost — gasp — fun!I groaned when there was yet another dull training session between Jaime and Jae Kim. Granted, I usually whimper whenever Will Yun Lee is on the screen, but I absolutely detest these mundane training sequences. What have they actually accomplished? Jaime has been able to control her bionics solely because of her calm and self-control. Nevertheless, the training continues with tonight's episode but also serves for the reintroduction of Tom. All of a sudden this scene has a purpose... read more

The Education of Jaime Sommers Season 1, Episode 5

Jaime goes undercover as a college student to investigate a professor's possible ties to terrorists. She unexpectedly falls for the teacher's assistant (Jordan Bridges), who is also a suspect. read more

Faceoff Season 1, Episode 4

While on an assignment to rescue an American doctor in Paraguay, Jaime learns the truth about her life expectancy. read more

Sisterhood Season 1, Episode 3

Jaime is assigned to protect a defense contractor's daughter. Meanwhile, she must choose whether to help Sarah Corvus overcome her personal demons. read more

Paradise Lost Season 1, Episode 2

Jaime runs into a friendly stranger (Isaiah Washington), but the meeting is far from accidental---he works for the Berkut Group. Elsewhere, Jaime embarks on her first mission. read more

Pilot Season 1, Episode 1

Jaime Sommers (Michelle Ryan) tries to adjust to her new life after receiving bionic parts without her consent. She learns she isn't the first technologically enhanced woman when the original test subject, who is unstable, turns up to attack her. read more

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Premiered: September 26, 2007, on NBC
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Premise: This re-creation of the 1970s series focuses on Jaime Sommers adjusting to her bionic implants, which are installed without her consent after a car accident nearly kills her. The top-secret organization responsible for the surgery wants to use her as an operative.



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