Criminal Mastermind Raleigh Crichton abducts pop idol Lane Kincaid and replaces him with his twin brother Michael. Persistent fan Whitney Sprinfield witnesses the kidnapping. Although her rich and powerful father doesn't believe her, Whitney persuades Diana Prince to investigate.
When several sporting events end with less favored team winning, Diana and Steve try to find out if something is going on. At the same time the mob is also worried so tell the man in charge of the sports betting to find out. And they discover a scientist who needs money for his project making people do things that they wouldn't do. When the criminals orders the scientist to tell someone to kill someone he tries to get out.
Cassandra Loren uses a Time Portal to travel from 2155 back to 1978 and make herself a fortune in a time when that still meant something. Adam Clement, the Time Portal's inventor, follows Cassandra in order to stop her. He is quick to contact the I.A.D.C. (because his grandfather worked for them around the year 2000) and Diana Prince in particular.
Diana spends her vacation with friends in California. As Wonder Woman, she uncovers an illegal gambling organization with the help of a young skateboarder who also happens to have a photographic memory.
Master thief James Kimball steals tree crystal lenses from the Torrence Aerospace plant but has to hide them in a crate in order to get out clean. The crate's destination is the Space Questicon in the L.A Hotel Le Baron where Sylvester Grogan is setting up a display of Appolo moon rocks. Diana Prince is dispatched to find the stolen lenses and is staying at the same hotel. Kimball attends the convention in disguise to snatch back his loot. Meanwhile his employer, afraid Kimball will offer the lenses to a higher bidder has him shadowed as well.
Diana Prince poses as a singer, using the cover identity of "Kathy Meadows," so that, as Wonder Woman, she can crack a record-extortion ring. This installment showcases series lead Lynda Carter's musical talents; one of the two selections she performs, "Toto (Don't It Feel Like Paradise)," is from the album "Portrait," which Ms. Carter released on the Epic Records label in the late 1970s.