A Nazi spy travels to America to learn Wonder Woman's secrets. In the process, she poses as a second Wonder Woman and kidnaps Diana.
Did You Know?
The last episode to feature the slow-motion and slow dissolve "spin" of Diana Prince to Wonder Woman. The more iconic and well remembered "spin and explosion" transformation appear in the next episode onwards. The slow dissolve effect was abandoned after the effect proved to be too expensive. See more
A map of Europe is shown in "Fausta: The Nazi Wonder Woman" which takes place in 1942 - however Germany, Poland, and other European countries are shown with their 1970s boundaries. If one looks carefully, one can even see the dotted line separating the post-WW2 East and West Germany. See more
Come now, Fraulein, you are not one of those disgusting glory grabbers, are you?