Or more precisely Steve Austin as played by Lee Majors.
And the many toys that were offered to boys my age that carried Mr. Majors' likeness.
No toy, no "Action Figure," had ever been quite as cool as the Steve Austin dolls.
You could roll up the skin on his bionic arm to see all the bionic parts inside.
He had a hole in the back of his head - - A HOLE IN THE BACK OF HIS HEAD, Y'ALL!!! - - that you could look into as if you were seeing through his bionic eye.
He wore a skin tight red jumpsuit - - still smokin' hot nearly 40 years later.
And then, there were "special editions" of the Steve Austin doll, like this SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN WITH BIONIC GRIP!
Check out this clip and it's slight, yet obvious sexual references that I caught as a child when watching the commercial for this "Action Figure"...
Picture me sitting in front of our huge 19 inch console tv, lusting after the new Steve Austin with Bionic Grip and hearing the boy from the commercial - - a boy my own age - - shouting...
"Careful, Steve! GRIP IT! HOLD ON!!"
That commercial called to me. I had found my people. And they begged me to "Grip it!"
Still, I always had to play Sabrina, the lesbian Charlie's Angel, so that lead to some confusion...