Wonder Woman (1975–1979)
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The Boy Who Knew Her Secret: Part 2 

With a boy knowing that she is really Wonder Woman, Diana Prince continues her battle against a mysterious alien invasion.

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Cameron
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Mr. Keller
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Dr. Jaffe
Clark Brandon ...
Skip
Joyce Greenwood ...
Mrs. Keller
A.J. Blake ...
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With a boy knowing that she is really Wonder Woman, Diana Prince continues her battle against a mysterious alien invasion.

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29 May 1979 (USA)  »

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Cameron: [to Diana] In order for me to become her, you're about to forget you're Wonder Woman.
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Could she forget 3 whole seasons of it?
18 June 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

"The Boy Who Knew Her Secret Parts 1 and 2"

This is basically inspired by "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" and tries to act like it isn't. It's not a bad story on its own merits, but there are some influences that are obviously not original. What works about this tale, is not only is it better as a two-parter, but has a good mystery and some good moments that make it very enjoyable. The final fight is brilliant and seeing Diana Prince forget that she is Wonder Woman is quite gut-wrenching. It isn't done for very long, but it still works. Lynda is effortless in her dual-role by now and she handles the drama and action so well. She works off well with everyone in the cast and I did like the short relationship that she had with Skip (Of course, he would never appear again in any other episode or form of media). It's an interesting idea to have someone work out who Diana Prince is and seeing her finally get herself back up on her feet is very inspiring. It's not hard to see why this was one of the final episodes written for the end of Season 3. It's an enjoyable and solid two-parter that keeps you guessing and makes Season 3 worth a few duds to get to the gems like this one. Part 1 8/10 Part 2 10/10 Overall 10/10


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