World of Wonder | Wonder Woman (Series 1975) S2E3 6/21 @ 6PM PDT/9PM EDT

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We’ll be watching The Man Who Could Move the World of the Wonder Woman series starring Lynda Carter.

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Who: You!

What: Wonder Woman (Series 1975) Season 2, Episode 3 - The Man Who Could Move the World

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When: Sunday, June 21st @ 6pm PDT/9pm EDT.

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How: Great question- read below!

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2 hours left before showtime :smiley:

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Will be here in an hour. Hope to see everyone.
One thing I was thinking after I started watching the Mission Impossible TV series is how the beginning of the episodes with the briefing and the voice from the monitor in Wonder Woman was very similar to the mission briefings of M:I. The curious part is that this is before Bruce Lansbury becomes executive producer, and when he does, he gets rid of it, even though he was the producer for a large chunk of Mission Impossible. There’s an episode later in Season 2 where an actor from M:I guest stars and they make an homage, by the way.

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I didn’t even know Mission Impossible had a TV show. That franchise has a long history!

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Thundering here, if I can, I’ll be here though

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Hope to see you here :smiley:

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Okay gotta jump in shower (not that anyone needed to know that)

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Just watched the season 5 finale of Mary Tyler Moore and she told the boy in the episode about a Wonder Woman story she remembered reading as a kid. It aired in 1975, about 8 months before the Lynda Carter series would premiere on ABC, and over 2 years before CBS would bring her to their network. Thought it was perfectly timed by fate (watching my digital copies in order)…

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I’m sure there are a few interested parties…

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fifteen minutes

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Grabbin’ some provisions—brb!

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Got a Doritos bag with Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman to snack on during this WAL :yum:

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Perfect! :grin:

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LOL I was doing the same

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Now I feel old

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LOL maybe I’m just not cultured when it comes to Mission Impossible

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less than five…

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the show spawned the movies

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No, dont do that! :sunglasses: seasoned—but not old

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And a thousand bad parodies

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