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The 2nd Annual TV Land Awards (2004)

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When actress Lynda Carter accepted her award for "Superest Super Hero" an announcer (Joe Leahy) stated that an invisible plane was double parked and needed to be moved before it is towed. At this, Lynda went backstage and spun in a circle, with a Wonder Woman double suddenly appearing in her place. This was the first time she had done this since the cancellation of her television series in 1979. No other actress ever stepped into the role until film director Zack Snyder hired Gal Gadot for the production of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) on December 4, 2013. See more »

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many more years to come
1 June 2004 | by (Fredericksburg, Virginia) – See all my reviews

This was the second of TV Lands awards shows. This year they seemed better prepared. There was the Andy Griffith show reunion, and the Gilligan's Island and Mary Tyler Moore reunion. The Sex and The City spoof was not as funny as Living With Arnold Jackson from the year before. Some of the awards were repeats like best supper hero and best dual role character. It was also nice that they did a tribute to John Ritter. It was not seeing the cast of a lot of the shows. TV Land aired a bit to many times after it aired the first time. They should just put it on DVD, but over all they are on the right track to having better awards shows every year. They kept with the theme song opening as they did on the first TV Land awards and they had Max Baer and Donna Douglas but that's all they were in they should have presented and award together.


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