Wonder Woman: Season 2, Episode 2

Anschluss '77 (23 Sep. 1977)

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Nazis hiding in South America try to rebuild the Third Reich by cloning Hitler.



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Episode complete credited cast:
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Nazis hiding in South America try to rebuild the Third Reich by cloning Hitler.

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Steve Trevor, Jr.: [Wonder Woman saves Steve Trevor from a couple of thugs] Wonder Woman, what are you doing in South America?
Wonder Woman: I think my reasons for being here are pretty much the same as yours. Are you all right?
Steve Trevor, Jr.: Oh yeah, except for my whole body.
[both chuckle]
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In which I discuss tonight's episode with my friend Jeffrey.
3 April 2014 | by (Haddonfield, IL) – See all my reviews

ME: I watched the second episode of WWS2. In South America, Diana and Steve discover a secret Nazi encampment who are cloning Hitler. But it's a Frankenstein type of cloning, where someone turns on a machine and 120 seconds later, there's a living breathing clone of Hitler with full intelligence, memories and personality.

J: Wow.

ME: The fact that someone has discovered the science of doing this is almost secondary to the plot. By the end of the episode, Steve and Diana are completely unmoved that this has been accomplished.

J: They were still trying to bleed off what worked from season 1. Hmm...how can Hitler show up in 1977...

ME: Human life is changed forever, and instead of being in awe of it, Wonder Woman blows up their lab and ruins it.


ME: Never mind this person conquered physics, science, and medical reality. He only had one leg and his methods allowed him to grow another one. This means nothing to Wonder Woman. It could heal amputees, change the lives of crippled people, even eliminate the concept of being physically handicapped in any way, and Wonder Woman decides this is not good for the human race and destroys it.

J: Did they try to clone wonder woman?

ME: No. If they had, they'd have had a race of cold-hearted, naive megalomaniacs who enjoy wearing costumes and making themselves the center of attention. Diana is clearly not possessed of a sound mind. A highlight of the episode was when Wonder Woman was forced to don a second disguise, as the Nazi doctor's "lab assistant". She removed her tiara and put on a white lab coat. She even got to salute "Heil Hitler".

J: She had to have the rest on underneath or she'd be a normal person.

ME: That's what I thought, too. Well, the belt has to stay on no matter what, or she's powerless.

J: Not to mention prone to sexual assault.

ME: It was rather impressive, Lynda Carter dangled from a helicopter for real. Wonder Woman illogically decided to follow the Nazis by surreptitiously clinging to the bottom of their helicopter, somehow without them ever knowing she was there. She also disengaged from it and circled the clearing where they landed, and they didn't see her do that, either.

J: She probably loved doing that crap, she was young.

ME: But this looks really dangerous, for real. I can't believe she did it. There was one shot where you could really see just how high up she was, they flew between these two mountains and it was significantly high. I was pissing myself, and it wasn't even me hanging from that helicopter.

J: Impressive, and all in that outfit, even.

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