In 1977, I was a snotty 16-year-old who had just discovered punk rock. Keeping up with the latest 45s left little time for TV, and anyway, I’m sure I looked down my nose at anything as “silly” as The Bionic Woman. And toys associated with that show? Not cool at all. Well, I was wrong about that, because now I want, want, want this awesome fembot doll—if for no other reason than to let her kick B****e’s perfect plastic ass. True, the pneumatically built fembot has to turn into a “Mystery Lady” every once in a while, but how many opportunities did little girls have, then or now, to role play with a hard-fighting agent of evil? Such a refreshing break from the usual fashion model or mommy. Even bionic woman Jaime Sommers was a good girl, after all.