Several I.A.D.C. agents are being targeted for kidnapping by a terrorist organization. Diana Prince manages to escape as Wonder Woman, but Stever Trevor is not so lucky. Trying to safeguard... See full summary »

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Several I.A.D.C. agents are being targeted for kidnapping by a terrorist organization. Diana Prince manages to escape as Wonder Woman, but Stever Trevor is not so lucky. Trying to safeguard a Trade Conference in L.A. and at the same time find Trevor and free him, Diana finds an ally in a Vietnam vet turned cab driver called Pete. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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When Wonder Woman questions the terrorist Angel Velasquez, she uses the golden lasso to get him to tell her why he hired two men to kidnap Diana Prince. Angel answers that he sent "two men after you", which would suggest that he somehow knew Wonder Woman's secret identity, which he could not. See more »

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Pete: [about Wonder Woman] She eh, she usually show up when you're in some kinda trouble?
Diana Prince: Well sometimes, but usually when the man that I work with is in trouble.
Pete: Ah.
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Knockout
15 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

We're off to LA and Steve get's kidnapped, of course! Here we have terrorism in it's recognisable 70s form, memories of Munich, Patty Hearst and the SLA etc still fresh. We also have a black female ex-cop which must have been a great rarity back then. Ted Shackleford will recur later and go on to soap stardom in 'Dallas/Knot's Landing' and 'The Young and the Restless'. We also have a character called 'Tom Baker' who was the contemporary Dr Who which may be just coincidence or the writer was a fan. 5/10, not much to recommend it really. I think one way for WW to have been a better series would have been to have had more powerful villains, the one's she deals with are just normally so lame they never seem much of a threat. You'd love to have seen the Joker or Catwoman or someone on the series but you would suspect they would have been too expensive.


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