Video of comedians (?) Ruth Buzzi and Avery Schreiber as Wonder Woman:
Keep faith. Trust to love. Fight with honor. But, fight to win. - Gail Simone, Wonder Woman
Author, Task Force: Gaea (Available on Amazon.com)
No actual Wonder Woman content here. Just a woman announced as "TV's Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter" guest-starring on a 1977 episode of THE JACKSONS:
Lynda dances briefly with Michael and the gang, engages in godawful comedy sketches and bits, wears a midriff-baring harem girl outfit, and sings "Treat Me Like a Lady" in an alleged trucker cafe. She disappears for long stretches of the show, alas. Instead, we get songs by the Jacksons and mucho lame comedy. See Janet Jackson imitate Shirley Temple singing "On the Good Ship Lollipop." See Randy imitate John Denver singing "Thank God I'm a Country Boy." See an obscure stand-up comedian imitate Charles Bronson ordering fast food. See a ten-second-long comedy sketch about The Lone Lemon and his faithful Indian banana Tonto. See the Jacksons in fat suits singing "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone."
Left to right: Lynda Carter in hat, Michael Jackson in trash can
Without her magic bracelets, our heroine has freakishly
long arms with giant, claw-like hands (I love her anyway):
Perhaps a Wonder Woman TV series should be a cooking show. In the pilot episode, our heroine could make a hero. She would be busty and speak with a thick but charming Themysciran accent. Exactly like this:
A video I found on YouTube:
"The Three Stooges in Stupor Heroes -- A New Stooges/Justice League Crossover Fan Film! When the Stooges unwittingly discover the Justice League's secret hideout, they're soon matching wits with an evil genius to prove their worth as crime fighters! Done in the style of the classic Stooges, and how we envisioned they would interpret these characters."
I notice that the actress who plays Wonder Woman is credited with the story concept! Worth watching to the end; our heroine's involved in the final sight gag.
Here's a YouTube video entitled:
The 21st Century Adventures of Wonder Woman
Episode 1: Rights on the Rocks
Agitprop performance art? Whatever it is, it involves several bags
of ice, a bathtub, and a visit to your local Planned Parenthood.
Nice to see the guy at the store is able to identify our heroine.
Three unusual videos on YouTube:
1. "Wonder Woman's Sex Tape: A Lost Episode of Super Friends," a not-safe-for-work animated parody:
2. A fifteen-second-long fragment in which actress Diana Knight, playing our heroine, says grimly, "No, I don't know where Batgirl is. But I was able to get out of a villain exactly where she's located, so I'm heading there now. Roger." -- prior to an explosion:
3. "Today I met Wonder Woman in the mall," a poignant monologue from Australia:
Coffee Talk with Batman and Wonder Woman:
I've been waiting an eternity for Valerie Perez to make a serious Wonder Woman fan film. But she keeps turning up in these quirky comedy videos on YouTube, alas. Still, three minutes of VP as WW is nothing to sneeze at.