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Steve goes undercover as a longshoreman to help a fellow O.S.I. agent recover stolen microchips. He's equipped with a new sensor device that will cause a "blue flash" in his bionic eye when he passes his hand over the microchips. The death of his partner only makes Steve more determined to get the stolen goods recovered and the culprits caught. A wrinkle in all this though is the woman who runs the boarding house he stays at and her son, Ernie (Rodney Allen Rippy). She has been captured by the smugglers and her life is in danger. Can Steve rescue her and fix Ernie's bike in time?
Joining John and Paul to discuss this episode is Billy Flynn of Geek Radio Daily.
Submitted by sock on Sat, 10/04/2014 - 15:57
Oscar authorizes the reactivation of Barney Hiller (Miller) as an experiment to see if it is possible to activate and reactivate bionic units when needed. Steve objects, but it is too late.
For Barney, it's an opportunity to get back on the race track as he's lost his edge ever since his accident. When this doesn't work, Barney lashes out in frustration at his potential sponsor nearly killing him. Barney is unaware that the man survived and is blackmailed by a former OSI scientist to commit crimes.
Can Steve find Barney without doing an "I told you so" dance for Oscar and Rudy? What's the deal with the name change? And what's the deal with Rudy? These questions and perhaps a few more will be answered in this episode of Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast.
Joining John and Paul is Time Life Six Million Dollar Man DVD Collection consultant Matt Hankinson.
Submitted by sock on Mon, 09/15/2014 - 19:29
The Six Million Dollar Man Season Six has come to a close with issue 6. It's a travesty that this comic ends after only six issues, it was a great read.
Anyway, James Kuhoric has written a commentary on the last issue for Comicvine.
Click Here to Read it...
Submitted by sock on Mon, 09/15/2014 - 19:22
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Submitted by sock on Fri, 09/12/2014 - 20:44
Here at the Six Million Dollar Blog, I was saddened to hear today of the passing of actor Denny Miller. I grew up watching him guest star in virtually every TV show I watched.
By sheer luck, I had the privilege of guest-hosting the Cyborgs podcasts that covered the two Six Million Dollar Man episodes in which Mr. Miller guest-starred, "The Pal-Mir Escort" and "Target in the Sky".
Here he is in "The Pal-Mir Escort" looking way too big to be driving that car.
I still vividly remember his appearance on Gilligan's Island, even though I haven't seen the episode in several decades.
I'd say I'll miss him, but I won't, because I can watch him work anytime I want. Think I'll watch "Target in the Sky" again tonight.
Submitted by sock on Wed, 09/10/2014 - 16:59
Retro Rewind interviews the legendary Richard Anderson. While mostly known as Oscar Goldman on the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman TV series, Richard has had a fruitful Hollywood career. Watch as he shares stories from Hollywood's golden years along with many stories of screen legends from his personal experience.
Submitted by sock on Tue, 09/09/2014 - 22:36
ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL?
Steve's good friend, running back Larry Bronco, is kidnapped by a disgruntled teammate on the day of an important game. Can Steve and Larry make their way through a defensive line that is itching to kill them? This episode was directed by Lee Majors himself.
Joining John and Paul is author Dayton Ward.
Go on and have a listen...
Submitted by sock on Tue, 09/09/2014 - 22:27
We can rebuild him...again. The startling conclusion to the first new episodes of The Six Million Dollar Man in four decades is finally here. Steve and Jaime must stop the strange alien entity from completing its transmission but how can they overcome the nest of creatures that now inhabits NASA? Oliver Spencer's final desperate gamble may give them the chance they need to end the damage caused by Maskatron, but at what cost? And somewhere...in the California wilderness, Bigfoot awakens... Stay tuned for the thrilling conclusion of "It Came From Deep Space" on this bionic publishing network.
Submitted by sock on Fri, 08/22/2014 - 16:47
Do yourself a favor and run over to Phil Postma's website right now. He's posted some amazing artwork he created depicting new Action Figure box art for the Bionic line of Kenner toys. You gotta see this.
Phil Postma's Minion Factory
Submitted by sock on Tue, 08/19/2014 - 01:19
Lee Majors explains why Six Million Dollar Man is taking so long to hit the big screen and talks all about cutting Edward Furlong’s hair.
Submitted by sock on Tue, 08/19/2014 - 01:05
John and Paul have been given a new Critical Assignment. With the success of The Six Million Dollar Man Season 6 by Dynamite Comics, it stood to reason that a The Bionic Woman Season 4 comic would follow. But as most bionic fans know, The Bionic Woman does not usually feature the same kind of story telling as her male counterpart. Dynamite's previous attempt at a Bionic Woman comic was less than stellar. Is it possible they can get it right by using the original source material? Writer Brandon Jerwa has been tapped for the assignment and he sits down with John and Paul to discuss what he feels it will take to make The Bionic Woman a successful comic for both the fans of the series and the general comic book reader.
Submitted by sock on Tue, 08/19/2014 - 00:34
The world is falling apart around Steve Austin. Maskatron is out of control and appears to be unstoppable. Oscar Goldman’s carefully crafted OSI kingdom is in shambles. And with his bionics failing and the entire NASA program transformed into an alien landscape, the Six Million Dollar Man could be heading for the scrapheap. The key to Steve’s survival may rest with the one person closest to him, Jaime Sommers, the Bionic Woman! Join the ranks of bionic fans in this official continuation of the classic Six Million Dollar Man television series!
Submitted by sock on Tue, 08/19/2014 - 00:29
“I Had A Chance With This Comic Series To Present The Stories The Way I Remember Them” – James Kuhoric Talks Six Million Dollar Man