Wonder Woman: Season 2, Episode 8

I Do, I Do (11 Nov. 1977)

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Diana Prince marries White House aide Christian Harrison with Joe Atkinson giving her away and Steve Trevor acting as the best man. But Diana is really on a mission to find a leak located ... See full summary »



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Episode complete credited cast:
Norman Burton ...
Joe Atkinson (as Normann Burton)
Dolly Tucker
Simon Scott ...
Christian Harrison
David Allen
Kent Smith ...
Chief Justice Brown
Denny Lake
Thomas Babson ...
Smitty (as Thomas W. Babson)
Scott Mulhern ...
Desk Clerk


Diana Prince marries White House aide Christian Harrison with Joe Atkinson giving her away and Steve Trevor acting as the best man. But Diana is really on a mission to find a leak located at a health spa frequented by the wives of White House officials. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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The title is from the musical "I Do! I Do!" with book and lyrics by Tom Jones and music by Harvey Schmidt based on the Jan de Hartog play "The Fourposter". The original Broadway production of "I Do! I Do!" opened at the 46th Street Theater on December 5, 1966 with Mary Martin and Robert Preston, ran for 560 performances and was nominated for the 1967 Tony Awards for the Best Musical and Score. See more »


In the episode, "I Do, I Do" when Smitty and Johnny first visit Mr. Allen in his office, the boom mic is reflected in the window. See more »


Christian Harrison: Dolly is here with you?
Sam Tucker: Why yes, she insisted I'd come. She said she wanted to put our marriage together. I didn't even know it had falling apart.
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Pretty poor
18 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I do, I do Henry Darrow again and once more in an ep with lots of horses. Lynda in a wedding dress (she'd just got married in real life) and in a swimsuit. We actually see her kiss a man, the only time I can think it happens in the series. I've heard if WW marries a man she loses her powers, can anyone fill me in how and why? She's gassed again but doesn't get the bizarre 'truth button' treatment the other wives get. Beyond that little to recommend this one, it's a workaday episode which is enjoyable enough (anytime we see Lynda in costume is enjoyable enough). One obvious question, why couldn't they have had her marry Steve Trevor? 4/10

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