Today’s episode of Wonder Woman is a Part II. In the 70’s, TV episodes that were “the exciting conclusion” often began with a recap of the previous week’s episode. You can read last week’s post, so I’m not going to do that, other than to say that Diana’s sister Drusilla (Debra Winger), aka Wonder Girl, has been captured by some Nazis and Diana doesn’t know where on earth she is. Let’s find out what happens in The Feminum Mystique Part 2. Continue reading Wonder Woman S:01 E:05
Episode Title: The Feminum Mystique Part 1
Original Airdate: November 6, 1976
You know, they say everyone has to start somewhere. Once an actor or actress hits it big, it’s often fun to take a look at where they started. Tom Hanks appeared in a slasher movie called He Knows You’re Alone, George Clooney was in Return of the Killer Tomatoes, and Hilary Swank was The Next Karate Kid. But for Debra Winger, the road that would eventually lead to three Oscar nominations first made a stop here. Prepare for Debra Winger as Wonder Girl in this week’s episode, The Feminum Mystique Part 1. Continue reading Wonder Woman S:01 E:04
Episode: Burning Bright
Original Airdate: 04/12/1974
Happy Sunday! EI and Scoot from Damian Thomas Films Etc . are back and ready to control your brain using nothing but our heightened mental abilities! How did we gain these powers, you ask? It was simple, NASA shot us into space and during a routing spacewalk we absorbed the power of the sun and now we’re burning bright like a light bulb! or are we? Let’s see…
Episode: The Last of the Fourth of Julys
Original Airdate: 04/05/1974
Happy Sunday! EI and Scoot from Damian Thomas Films Etc . are back and ready to rock your socks off!! That is, if you’re wearing socks… are you one of those sandal wearing hippies???? Well, either way, you’re welcome here, unless you’re one of those Communist Pinko-s who want to blow up the world with nuclear weapons, you bums!!!!!
Episode: Dr. Wells is Missing
Original Airdate: 03/29/1974
Happy Sunday! EI and Scoot from Damian Thomas Films Etc . are back and ready to rock!! At least I hope so – Scoot went out last night to drink Boilermakers and do cocaine out of stripper’s bellybuttons so I hope he’s ready. I see him over there on the couch. I wonder if I should go get him some Milk of Magnesia. The show begins in 3 – 2- 1 – GO!
Episode: The Rescue of Athena One
Original Airdate: 03/15/1974
Happy Sunday! EI and Scoot from Damian Thomas Films Etc . are back and ready to roll! Join us today as I get completely flustered and can’t do my homework. Hopefully Scoot can pick up the slack!
Episode: Eyewitness to Murder
Original Airdate: 03/08/1974
Happy Sunday! EI and Scoot from Damian Thomas Films Etc . are back and ready to rock! Our abs are chiseled and our triceps swollen, so that means you know we’ve got a good episode here to report on. As always, unbutton those jeans, unlock your petticoats and sit back to enjoy the sounds of two grown men talking about a 1974 TV episode. You’re welcome!!!
Episode: Doomsday, and Counting
Original Airdate: 03/01/1974
Happy Sunday! EI and Scoot from Damian Thomas Films Etc . are back with another powerful, moving, exotic and steamy rendering of The Six Million Dollar Man, Episode 6. You’ll have to click on the “read more” thing to see what we’ve got but we promise this one will be extra juicy! Don’t read this while you’re sitting in church or you might catch fire!!
Episode: Little Orphan Airplane
Original Airdate: 02/22/1974
Happy Sunday! Here we are again and I don’t have any national holidays to screw up so let’s just unbuckle our belts, let our guts hang out and see what Scoot from Damian Thomas Films Etc . and I have to say about this episode. Damn skippy! Look! I even made a title card!! HUZZAH! HERE’S TO A FAST DOLLAR!!
Episode: The Day of the Robot
Original Airdate: 02/08/1974
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day (where I live anyway). Today millions of people will drink green beer and eat green eggs and green ham and get drunk and piss themselves! Also – 10.4 million people will tune in to see what Scoot from Damian Thomas Films Etc and I have to say about the brilliant “Day of the Robot” – an exciting episode which features the most slo-mo robot fighting the 70s ever produced! Let’s see what happens here…