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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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Features Mary Tyler Moore (1970) See more »

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I'd never even heard of "That Girl" before this.
5 January 2007 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

Oh, another awards show?! Well, in this case, we get to see individuals whom we rarely get to see. I had only started watching TV Land less than a year before this, and really gotten into some of the shows. It was probably the last time that we would get to see the "Gilligan's Island" cast together before Bob Denver died. One thing that I learned about from "The Second Annual TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV" was the existence of "That Girl"; I'd literally never heard of it before then. I was also surprised that John Ritter had hosted the ceremony the previous year a few months before passing away.

Oh well. Life goes on. Dick Van Dyke and Andy Griffith look good letting themselves age, while Mary Tyler Moore shouldn't have gotten that face-lift. I guess that I agree with the choices.

Oh, and if I may say so, Tina Louise and Barbara Eden are still really hot after all these years!


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