Fearing the loss of her humanity, Jaime resigns from the OSI, but the government will not let her go.
Jaime teams with a crook to find a counterfeiter hiding in a Central American town full of gangsters and cutthroats.
Jaime poses as a secretary to protect a Middle Eastern king from assassins during a visit to New York.
The spirit of a comatose Native American leaves his body and tries to rescue Jaime from a deadly bomb.
Kidnappers after Jaime seize Oscar's secretary instead, then hold her hostage to get the real thing.
Jaime scuba dives as part of an OSI assignment, but is unaware she carries a device to attract sharks.
Jaime meets an alien (Helen Hunt) who hitched a ride on a satellite and claims enemy agents are after her.
While working on a project to track unidentified flying objects, Dr. Wells is abducted in a flying saucer.
Max and Chris Williams seek the antidote to a poison given to Jaime and a Soviet diplomat.
Jaime is trapped beneath a Southern California pyramid with an alien (Eduard Franz) predicting the destruction of Earth.
Jaime meets a computer whiz (Franklyn Ajaye) while under cover in college to learn who has been stealing from OSI.
To catch an elderly Soviet spy, OSI must reactivate an agent (Richard Erdman) made bitter by forced retirement.
The bionic dog is kidnapped by foreign agents while Jaime lies helpless in a hospital bed.
The son (Mitchell Laurance) of an Eastern bloc defector fouls up his own rescue when he falls in love with Jaime.
A crooked beauty salon's shampoo and rinse contains a drug which forces Jaime to reveal OSI secrets and endanger Oscar's life.
Motorcycle daredevil Evel Knievel is enlisted to help Jaime retrieve a stolen computer tape from East Germany.
Jaime teams with a grizzled old-timer (Dan O'Herlihy) to prevent an African dictator (Raymond St. Jacques) from seizing power.
A scientist (Andrew Prine), whose mind contains the only record of a secret code, endangers himself in rodeos.
After launching the energy weapon into space, deranged Franklin holds Jaime, Oscar and Rudy hostage.
A scientist's son, planning to steal an energy-ray weapon, reactivates his father's deadly female robots.
Max runs off in the Sierra Nevada mountains, Jaime and an old flame follow him into a raging forest fire.
Jaime discovers the existence of the world's first bionic dog and has just five days to save it from destruction.
Posing as a bank robber, Jaime is blackmailed into participating in a real heist.
Jaime helps Oscar clear the name of his brother, who disappeared with $250,000 during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
A creature from Indian lore confronts Jaime in an ancient burial ground, now part of a ranch.
Jaime is arrested while in Paris to trap a criminal and retrieve stolen paintings.
Jaime tries to befriend the withdrawn half-Vietnamese daughter of a major (Sam Groom) planning to steal missile secrets.
Jaime works as tutor to a difficult prince (Lance Kerwin) to protect his father, a Middle East oil magnate, from assassins.
Jaime is the target of a search when she cannot convince anyone she is not her double, Lisa.
Jaime's double, Lisa (Lindsay Wagner in a dual role), steals a formula developed by Rudy.
The supercomputer controlling the doomsday device begins to appreciate wounded Jaime's skill and courage.
Jaime poses as a French physicist to get close to a scientist (Lew Ayres) who has invented a doomsday device with the intent to blackmail the world into lasting peace.
An OSI cryptographer (Peter Haskell), angry about funding cuts, flees with the coding analyzer he invented.
The infiltrator Jaime seeks at the police academy spots her and marks her for death.
Jaime enrolls as a police academy cadet to locate a foreign agent known to be a member of the class.
On a refueling stop at a remote island, Jaime and a scientist (Rick Lenz) connect mysterious disappearances to a meteorite.
Jaime dons a nun's habit to break a diamond-smuggling ring using a convent winery as a drop-off point.
In search of a formula, Jaime impersonates the niece of a man (Vincent Price) who expects to profit from his brother's will.
Jaime and Steve travel by submarine to Franklin's island, held in the eye of an artificially created hurricane.
After having Jaime brutally beaten, Franklin lures Steve Austin into the clutches of his robot women.
A scientist (John Houseman) coveting an OSI device replaces agency secretaries with robot doubles.
Jaime poses as a singer to find out what happened to a missing OSI agent.
Jaime deals blackjack aboard a floating casino carrying unstable, explosive energy-cell prototypes.
Jaime competes as a professional lady wrestler while searching for a missing OSI agent.
Jaime works as governess to a scientist's daughter (Kristy McNichol) so she can safeguard the researcher's current project.
A woman doubles as Jaime in order to obtain top-secret material from Oscar Goldman's files.
Jaime is jailed in a frame-up after giving a decoding device to a man posing as a general.
Jaime, posing as a stewardess, Rudy Wells and other airline passengers are stranded on a remote beach with a killer.
An Indian boy, prone to telling stories, is Jaime's only hope when she is captured by men planning to steal a flying suit.
Jaime dodges saboteurs while navigating in a desert auto race to retrieve a cassette vital to U.S. security.
Jaime sees a woman (Barbara Rush) resembling her dead mother, who Oscar admits was a Department of Defense agent.
Jaime goes under cover in a beauty pageant Oscar suspects is linked to threats against national security.
Jaime and Steve team up to stop a missile attack on Los Angeles launched from within the United States.
Left in charge of a wild-animal ranch, Jaime must protect a tame lion from ranchers who suspect it of killing livestock.
The picture of a protected witness (Donald O'Connor), working as a schoolbus driver, appears in the paper after he saves a girl.
Posing as a nurse, Jaime accompanies a daring helicopter pilot (Andy Griffith) to Central America to rescue an ambassador's wife.
After a near-fatal auto accident, Jaime suspects an industrialist staged the incident to test her bionic powers.
After undergoing brain surgery and bionic implants, Jaime Sommers learns she was engaged to Steve Austin.