|"The E.S.P. Spy"|
Season 2, Episode 18
|Airdate||March 2nd, 1975|
|Writer||Lionel E. Siegel|
|Producer||Harve Bennett; Joe L. Cramer; Lionel E. Siegel; Arnold Turner|
|Starring||Lee Majors; Richard Anderson|
|Next||"The Bionic Woman (Part 1)"|
"The E.S.P. Spy" is the eighteenth episode of season two of the sci-fi/action television series The Six Million Dollar Man and the thirty-first episode of the series overall (if one includes the three original television movies). It was directed by Jerry London with a script written by Lionel E. Siegel. It first aired on ABC on March 2nd, 1975.
Principal Cast Edit
|Lee Majors||Colonel Steve Austin|
|Richard Anderson||Oscar Goldman|
Guest Stars Edit
|Philip Bruns||Doctor Randolph|
|Dick Van Patten||Harry Green|
|Robbie Lee||Audrey Moss|
|Alan Bergmann||Charles Lund|
|Bert Kramer||George Vant|
Uncredited cast Edit
Note: The following is taken from the full credits list for this entry on IMDB. As it is a website with user-submitted information, some of the data listed here, including character names may be inaccurate.
|Buddy Van Horn||Thug #1|
|Nick Dimitri||Thug #2|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is included on disc 2.5 of the Six Million Dollar Man: Season 2 DVD collection, which was released by Universal Studios on October 2nd, 2012.
- This is the first appearance of actress Robbie Lee in the role of Audrey Moss. She appears next in "Hocus-Pocus".
- The fight on the beach between Steve Austin and the three thugs is incorporated into a flashback scene in "Hocus-Pocus".
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- Steve Austin: Yeah?
- Oscar Goldman: Say, you're really in a foul mood.
- Steve Austin: Well, this morning three bums dressed like surfers tried to beat my brains out.
- Oscar Goldman: I don't believe in mind reading; I never have.
- Steve Austin: Oscar, E.S.P. is not mind reading.
- Oscar Goldman: What is it, then?
- Steve Austin: Well, mind reading is something a greasy haired guy with a worn out tuxedo does at the county fair. E.S.P. is different.
- Oscar Goldman: It isn't to me.
- Steve Austin: I don't understand you, Oscar -- you're in charge of some of the most far out scientific projects this country's got going, but when it comes to E.S.P., your head's back in the Dark Ages!
- Steve Austin: This is gonna foul up your civil service retirement pension, isn't it, George?
- Oscar Goldman: Well, I wish that our E.S.P. spy had a beard, was fifty years old and smoked a pipe.
See also Edit
The Six Million Dollar Man
The Bionic Woman
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