Wonder Woman: Season 2, Episode 14

Screaming Javelins (20 Jan. 1978)

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Megalomaniac Marion Mariposa is putting together a dream team of athletes to represent Mariposalia in the next Olympics. He does this by kidnapping them and threatening their loved ones. ... See full summary »

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Megalomaniac Marion Mariposa is putting together a dream team of athletes to represent Mariposalia in the next Olympics. He does this by kidnapping them and threatening their loved ones. Diana Prince fails to protect Russian defector Nadia Samara, but inspires Mariposa to use her as bait to lure Wonder Woman into his clutches. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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When Wonder Woman tosses Bo and Lois Taggert from one end of the hall to the other in front of Nadia's apartment, the inflatable mattress that breaks their fall is briefly visible. See more »

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Wonder Woman: I'm beginning to lose my temper with you, Mr. Mariposa, and that's something I haven't done in five or six hundred years.
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27 January 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

How would Wonder Woman be able to compete at the Olympics? Obviously her belt which gives her her powers would be considered an advantage so she would need to remove them which would make her powerless. Obviously without her belt/powers she would not be able to compete in athletics/swimming/strength sports where she would have an advantage because of her powers.

Given that in a couple of episodes she showed what could be considered some gymnastic ability on the bars, perhaps she could compete in gymnastics, which would introduce another costume - the Wonder Woman leotard, as I doubt her WW costume would be allowable for her to compete in the Olympics


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