Title / Air Date: Sisterhood/ 10th October 2007 Writer: David Eick Director: Steve Boyum
Summary: Jaime is tasked by the Berkut Group to watch the daughter of a Canadian defence contractor. At the same time, she must decide whether or not she is going to help Sarah Corvus, the first bionic woman, save herself.
Guest stars: Elise Gatien: Anne Corvus Graeme Duffy: Geek #1 Brad Kelly: Gangster #1 Richard Stroh: Blond Man Julie Kim: Manicurist Malcolm Stewart: Mr. Von Fleet Aleks Paunovic: Assault Team Leader/Curtis Kevin Rankin: Nathan Magda Apanowicz: Heaven Von Fleet Christopher Gauthier: Geek #2
Re-occurring characters/plot points: We learn Sarah Corvus' sister was killed in a car accident, similar to Jaime's accident, Sarah was driving; Athony Anthors tells Sarah she needs Jaime to save her life; Jaime learns to switch her 'GPS tracker' on and off at will. Jaime is no longer a bartender and tells Becca she is a 'consultant'.Sarah's Bionic eye has a red focusing reticule. Best line of dialogue..... Jaime: "Canada? Do they even have an army?" and Becca: "Jaime, they make my butt look amazing. You can't put a price tag on that." Misc facts:
Bionic Action - This section looks at specific scenes when Jaime uses her Bionics this episode.
Reviews: By SEAN ELLIOTT, Senior Editor / IFMagazine.com
The pilot of BIONIC WOMAN was really strong and last week’s episode was OK, but this third episode ‘Sisterhood’ was a great blast off point for viewers who maybe came into the series a bit late. (Of course, I’m pretty sure you can go on NBC.com and download episodes that you missed.)
Part of my complaint with this series had been that it’s incredibly tough to work a drama/genre show into something that is both normal and extraordinary. It’s tough to develop characters with extra abilities that we can identify with as an audience and actually care about week to week. This episode finally allowed the series to combine the action aspects along with the family feel, so that Michelle Ryan had something to build from and react to. The interaction with her sister was great in this episode and we got to see a little bit behind the original BIONIC WOMAN’s past. This was the point where I really legitimately started liking and rooting for Jaime Sommers; not that I disliked the character before this point, but I really finally started to get a sense of human connection with a character that I otherwise was watching to see how many cool effects and stunts she could do. Writer and producer David Eick is fleshing her out while simultaneously developing Jamie’s confidence in her own powers.
Katee Sackhoff returned in this episode, and even though almost every critic said that she overshadowed Michelle Ryan on the pilot episode, I felt that this time the interest was more balanced. By this point we’ve been through a bit more with Ryan’s character, and while Sackhoff’s demented BIONIC killer Sarah is fun to watch she’s become more like the character of Faith in BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER. Sarah is the bad girl we all really enjoy seeing, but we’re also kinda glad when she leaves because she always seems to stir the s**t.
The dastardly Mark Sheppard as Dr. Anthros is hanging around again in this episode as well, and he’s an actor that I can never really get enough of. He’s just so good at being bad that he makes every moment that he is on screen fun to watch.
Of course, the BIONIC fight sequences in this week’s episode were great fun and I really just can’t wait to see Jamie cut loose. Grade: A-
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