Steve must work with a Soviet agent (Lisa Farringer) to recover secret weapons from both countries, stolen by a terrorist.
Bent on world domination through control of all other computers, a rogue computer sets out to eliminate Steve.
A device threatens to take over all computers; guest Robert Walker Jr.
A black-garbed, murderous double stalks Steve; guest Linda Dano.
Steve is assigned to recover a stolen masterpiece from a crime lord and return it to its proper place.
A beautiful young woman from a Pacific island inhabited by descendants of beings from another planet seeks Steve's help in saving her people from extinction.
Steve can't seem to stop the Venus probe as it cuts a swath of devastation on its way to a large city.
The murderous Venus probe returns to wreak havoc on a city; guests Ken Swofford, Than Wyenn.
At the end of an orbital test flight, Steve discovers he has moved six years into the future and is accused of treason.
Steve wing-walks to win the confidence of a Soviet defector (Eric Braeden) flying a circus stunt plane.
Steve's pilot girlfriend (Suzanne Somers) disappears with a top-secret aircraft; guest John Larch.
Steve goes on a faked honeymoon to trap terrorists who penetrated OSI security; guest Lynette Mettey.
A deranged scientist (Jack Colvin) forces Steve to use his bionic powers in a deadly moon-mining operation.
Steve heads into space to learn why storms are ravaging Earth; guests Jack Colvin, Skip Homeier.
Steve goes under cover in the roller derby to capture thieves planning a Halloween job; guest Robert Loggia.
Bank robbers attack Steve as he rushes to rescue schoolchildren trapped by a tornado on a mountain tramway.
Bigfoot, whom Steve believed to have gone into space with aliens, goes on a rampage in the wilderness.
Steve learns that a friend of his was responsible for a pre-launch explosion in which Steve was injured.
A hired killer stalks Steve as he seeks to join two space satellites; guest Jenny Agutter.
Adm. Prescott orders the sub destroyed even though Steve is held aboard; guest Stephen Elliott.
Sharks attack Steve as he investigates an abandoned nuclear submarine; guests Pamela Hensley, Josh Taylor.
The search for a vanishing formula makes Steve the target of telepathic brainwashing; guests Les Lannom, Linda Dano.
Steve must endure an Apache ritual to enter sacred grounds to find two missing scientists; guest Gerald McRaney.
Soviets offer an absent-minded scientist $1 million for a few days' work, so Steve poses as him to find out why.
Steve must choose between his life and the lives of thousands when a blackmailer threatens to use nerve gas.
Steve has doubts about an East German scientist who left a conference complaining of heart problems.
Steve goes undercover as an amateur boxer to infiltrate a suspected assassination team made up of alien expatriates.
A sheriff and a congressman sabotage an oil-drilling site; guests Ken Swofford, Bruce Glover.
Kidnappers stalk a boy (Lanny Horn) who has accidentally invented a new form of thermochemical energy; guest Frank Marth.
Steve joins forces with Soviet experts to stop a Venus probe which is loose and wreaking havoc in Wyoming.
Steve rushes to Wyoming to destroy an out-of-control probe, built to explore Venus.
A friend (Steven Macht) of Steve's is the guinea pig in an experiment to transfer computer knowledge into the human brain.
Steve poses as a mercenary to stop traitors posing as GIs from stealing a secret missile.
Steve teaches the meaning of Christmas to an industrialist and a family while probing a case of space-program sabotage.
Steve travels to the a Middle East with the Air Force Thunderbirds to rescue an endangered prince.
A Latin American woman is seen dropping homing devices from her sailplane during practice flights.
Bionic Andy (Vincent Van Patten) tries to clear his father's name; guests Greg Evigan, Dick Van Patten.
Steve poses as a traitorous scientist to expose a spy ring that stole plans for a secret underwater breathing apparatus.
A chimpanzee injected with an experiment serum bites Rudy Wells, turning him into a superhuman madman; guest Ina Balin.
Steve poses as a bodyguard to capture enemy agents electronically controlling a nightclub comic (Flip Wilson).
A test pilot (Farrah Fawcett-Majors) is suspected of espionage after claiming a Japanese zero shot down her plane.
Alien-controlled Bigfoot attacks Jaime as she tries to rescue Steve; guests John Saxon, Stefanie Powers.
Steve tries to change the attitude of a teen who thinks nothing of breaking the law; guest Lindsay Wagner.
Steve joins the police force to learn if a veteran officer is selling atomic-bomb parts to a foreign country.
Steve escorts a pretty Soviet gymnast (Cathy Rigby) and her troupe on a tour of the United States.
A beautiful thief (Farrah Fawcett-Majors) agrees to help Steve retrieve a valuable statue stolen from a small country.
While pursuing the legendary Bigfoot, Steve finds a group of aliens in imminent danger from an earthquake.
While searching Northern California for two missing scientists, Steve finds a set of gigantic footprints.
Steve and an ESP expert form a magic act to infiltrate a club whose owner's organization has stolen a top-secret codebook.
Steve suspects Oscar's trusted secretary of leaking government secrets to subversives; guest Jennifer Darling.
A chemical put on government documents is Steve's only lead to learning whether a friend (Louis Gossett Jr.) is a traitor.
Steve tries to get a scientist and his son (Radames Pera) out of the Soviet Union.
The suspicious snakebite deaths of two federal agents puts Steve on the trail of moonshiners; guest Katherine Helmond.
Steve befriends a boy (Rodney Allen Rippy) while investigating smugglers trying to crack the government's defense system.
Steve again battles bionic race-driver Barney (Monte Markham), who wants to use his abilities for crime.
Steve gets involved in a pro-football mystery; guests Larry Csonka, Dick Butkus, Carl Weathers; directed by Lee Majors.
A potential threat to an airplane full of officials sends Steve in search of a stolen missile in a mountain lumber camp.
Steve and a test pilot (Leigh Christian) attempt to protect a royal pilot-trainee (Erik Estrada) and prevent a major war.
Steve journeys to Japan to help a friend locate a boy supposedly raised in the wilderness by wolves; guest John Fujioka.
Oscar suspects Steve's entertainer friend (Sonny Bono) of espionage; guests Susie Coelho, Jayne Kennedy.
Preparations for a Liberty Bell tour grind to a halt when a disgruntled scientist (Chuck Connors) steals the monument.
After failing to restore her memory, Steve takes Jaime (Lindsay Wagner) on a mission in hopes the challenge will cure her.
Steve is astonished to learn his bionic fiancee (Lindsay Wagner), Jaime, didn't die on the operating table.
Steve escapes police custody after being wrongly nabbed for murder; guest Gary Lockwood.
A patriot (Martine Bestwick) agrees to lead Steve to a revolutionary band that kidnapped an American ambassador's wife.
Jaime (Lindsay Wagner) ignores the danger involved and uses her new powers to help Steve nab international counterfeiters.
Steve's fiancee (Lindsay Wagner) becomes a candidate for bionic surgery after a serious skydiving accident.
Steve teams with a clairvoyant teen to stop a foreign power from obtaining laser-weapons secrets; guest Dick Van Patten.
An undercover agent (George Foreman) becomes embroiled in a complex case of mistaken identity; guest Robert Do Qui.
Steve's attempts to save a rare cougar place a woman trail-guide (Jess Walton) between him and hunters.
A robot duplicate of Oscar Goldman attempts to destroy Steve while trying to obtain a formula for a new energy source.
A Japanese pilot lost on an island since the 1940s comes into possession of a missing atomic warhead; guest Robert Ito.
Kidnappers, and the re-appearance of the woman's supposedly dead husband, disrupt Steve's reunion with an old flame.
A computer expert (Donna Mills) thwarts Steve's best efforts to protect her from murdering kidnappers; guest Tab Hunter.
A story by a TV reporter (Farrah Fawcett-Majors) makes Steve the target of international kidnappers; guest Hari Rhodes.
A woman rescues amnesiac Steve after a plane crash in the mountains, then asks him to save her from hostile neighbors.
A hostile Caribbean country seizes Steve's research vessel and leaves him trapped in a diving bell on the ocean floor.
Steve is determined to fly a new version of the experimental plane that caused his near-fatal crash; guest Clifton James.
Steve winds up trapped in a mine when he tries to prove Oscar is innocent of gold-smuggling; guest Farley Granger.
Steve ignores a potential radiation hazard to help an alien (Meg Foster) evade authorities and rejoin her ship.
The emotional instability of a stronger bionic-man than Steve forces a showdown; guests Monte Markham, Maggie Sullivan.
Assassins attempt to stop Steve from delivering an ailing prime minister scheduled for the first bionic-heart implant.
Temporarily blind Steve must take the controls of a plane to save himself and the stricken pilot (Pat Hingle), a senator.
Steve must use all his powers to subdue the male of a cryogenically frozen couple.
Steve stows away aboard a plane carrying an illegal atomic bomb to a small nation; guests Carol Lawrence, George Gaynes.
An underworld syndicate plans to use Steve as the prototype for a team of bionic robots to be used in robbing Fort Knox.
Steve searches the Himalayas for a downed World War II plane, knowing the discovery of it could brand his father a coward.
An electrical field in space affects an astronaut (William Shatner), giving him the power to communicate with dolphins.
Unless Steve can locate its source, a deadly laser beam will destroy a group of prime ministers at a Paris conference.
International criminals kidnap Steve's creator, Dr. Wells, to force him to make another bionic man.
Steve runs into unexpected trouble when he tries to help a woman astronaut (Farrah Fawcett-Majors); guest Jules Bergman.
After the attempted murder of a government prosecutor, witness Steve discovers the sniper he saw has an airtight alibi.
Steve rushes to an island space-installation to rescue his friends from a self-destruct weapon triggered by an earthquake.
Steve must repair a damaged plane to escape from an African country with proof of U.N.-treaty violations; guest Greg Morris.
Assigned to keep a secret missile-guidance system out of foreign hands, Steve must confront a robot constructed to kill.
Steve and a clairvoyant girl search for a missing scientist in the Everglades; guest Pamela Franklin.
Plane-crash survivors Steve and Oscar still face a threat from a group attempting to sabotage international negotiations.
After a town's population dies, a former government scientist demands $10 million or he will destroy another community.
The ransom in gold for the kidnapped statesman is stolen en route; guest Elizabeth Ashley.
Steve snatches a U.S. ambassador from a kidnap ring, but a statesman is then taken; guest Leif Erickson.
Steve probes a ring peddling nuclear missiles on the black market; guests Britt Eklund, David McCallum.
Steve probes a ring peddling nuclear missiles on the black market; guests Britt Eklund, David McCallum.
To help Steve adjust mentally, Wells proposes a mission in the Middle East.
Rudy Wells recalls his first meeting with Steve, and the accident that led to his bionic implants.