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The Six Million Dollar Man 3.2 - The Return of the Bionic Woman (part two)

The most interesting thing about this story, which, to be honest, I found incredibly boring, is that Steve and Jaime completely fail an assignment. It’s almost like Oscar and Rudy set them up for disaster. 220 more words

Lee Majors

The Six Million Dollar Man 3.1 - The Return of the Bionic Woman (part one)

I’ve picked thirteen episodes to enjoy from the third season of Six and the first season of The Bionic Woman, which originally aired in 1975-76. 294 more words

Lee Majors

The Six Million Dollar Man 2.20 - The Bionic Woman (part two)

Bless his heart. Our son did better than I feared as Jaime died on the operating table. He squeezed Mommy’s arm very tightly and he was subdued and quiet and very surprised. 138 more words

Lee Majors

The Six Million Dollar Man 2.19 - The Bionic Woman (part one)

I was a little antsy about how our son’s going to handle the end of this two-part adventure before we sat down. Now I’m a lot antsy. 337 more words

Lee Majors

A Movie A Day #144: The Incredible Hulk (1977, directed by Kenneth Johnson)

It may seem hard to believe now but there was a time when comic book adaptations were considered to be a risky bet at best.  In 1977, Marvel Comics sold the television rights for four of their characters to Universal Productions. 580 more words


PODCAST: Kenneth Johnson

Interview with V creator and producer of such series as The Bionic Woman and the Incredible Hulk on his then new V book.

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COLA Faculty Awarded Professorships

Five faculty members in the College of Liberal Arts have received professorship awards, effective July 2017.

University professorships are supported through the generosity of donors and awarded to faculty members who have demonstrated the highest levels of excellence in teaching, scholarship (including the creative arts) and service over an extended period of time. 189 more words

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