Three scientists are replaced by androids one by one after they collectively refuse to create a devastating weapon known as Project XYZ. When Diana Prince investigates a suspicious toy maker she meets face to face with... Wonder Woman.

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Three scientists are replaced by androids one by one after they collectively refuse to create a devastating weapon known as Project XYZ. When Diana Prince investigates a suspicious toy maker she meets face to face with... Wonder Woman.

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Though they have an almost identical motif, Hoffman bears no relation to the DC Comics villain Toyman, who has fought Superman multiple times since 1943. See more »

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Support wires can be seen in close-up views of a remote controlled toy airplane as it attacks Wonder Woman. See more »

Quotes

IRAC: May I make a suggestion?
Steve Trevor, Jr.: Of course, that's why I keep you well oiled.
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References Yûsha Raidîn (1975) See more »

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Two Wonder Woman? Oh my!
13 June 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

"The Deadly Toys"

What can you make out of a title like that? Honestly? I was expecting it to be silly and overblown, but I was very wrong. It actually proved to be a very fitting episode, especially since it is set at Christmas. Lynda Carter just looks beautiful at this point (her luscious locks play a big part in that) and her cheekiness when she is sauntering around the episode is so enjoyable (Throughout Seasons 2 and 3, she became very sassy and it's so fun to watch) to watch. Having two Wonder Woman is nothing all that new, but the hilarious tussle that the two have is worth watching. Lyle Waggoner is given a total of two scenes per episode at this point and it was far too obvious that he was pretty much useless by this stage. I feel sorry for him, he is drafted such a bland character and he really isn't all that necessary in any story that he features. But, he isn't being tied up every five minutes as much at this point, so be thankful for small mercies. Anyway, a very fun and enjoyable moments that make a great episode. 9/10


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