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"Doomsday, and Counting" is the sixth episode of season one of the sci-fi/action television series and the ninth episode of the series overall (if one includes the three original television movies). It was directed by The Six Million Dollar Man Jerry Jameson with a script written by Larry Brody based on a story treatment by Brody and Jimmy Sangster. It first aired on ABC on Friday, March 1st, 1974.
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This episode is production code number 40005.
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Russians can apparently speak with perfect American accents - especially when played by American actors that make little to no effort to even fake a Russian accent.
In the scene where Steve Austin is clearing away the rubble, an extra rock hits him on the head with no reaction. Although the rest of his body may be bionic, his coconut is still 100% all-natural.
When Irina crawls through the laser-beam-protected doorways, parts of her body rise higher than the doorways' lowest motion-sensors several times.
: Do you think you can stop it?
Oscar Goldman I don't know, Oscar. Get yourself on a helicopter and watch it on the late news.
Steve Austin : I didn't come all the way out here to talk to you from an airplane, Steve.
Oscar Goldman : Look Oscar, there's nothing you can do. I don't know if there's anything I can do. Now you get out of here and get out of here now.
Steve Austin : Pal, I've got more faith than brains.
: Steve, nobody, nobody is going to aprove the outlay of billions of dollars for construction and equipment on land that's on an earthquake's fault.
Oscar Goldman : Tell that to the people in San Francisco, pal.
See also Edit
The Six Million Dollar Man
The Bionic Woman
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