She does, however, have an already bionic enemy (played by Battlestar Galactica's Katee Sackhoff under crazy layers of bright red lipstick), and this introduction of a previous Bionic Woman who didn't go quite right is a great touch. I like that they're already building a mythology to the show -- even if Miguel Ferrer's shadowy head of the organization is named Jonas Bledsoe instead of Oscar Goldman.
At times, though, the dialogue was trite and pandering (when a little girl sees Jamie run really fast and remarks, "I just think it's cool that a girl can do that," I rolled my eyes). And many of the musical choices were atrocious. Please stop trying to put together a soundtrack CD to sell down the road and just give us a really good orchestral score, okay? Thanks.
But the show was pretty good overall, and I find myself excited to see the next episode. That's always a good sign.