Wonder Woman attempts to stop the Nazis from stealing a secret rubber formula. Noel and Kerensa just don’t care about it.
Double agents with Lynchian vibes, phony $2 bills, and Steve and Wonder Woman finally have a date.
How can you be popular in the 1980s if you’re smart, have braces, and are sort of insecure? Square Pegs finds a way.
Wonder Woman does battle with a super-strong, super-smart gorilla conditioned to destroy her.
Diana, despite supposedly not looking good in a bathing suit, goes undercover to find out if a beauty pageant is a front for a sabotage ring.
Wonder Woman matches feminisms with a female Nazi saboteur.
The Facts of Life presented one of TV’s first teen lesbian characters… sort of. Then they pretended it never happened.
Kerensa finds the male equivalent of Angela Chase in “James at 15.”
In 1974, two sitcoms responded very differently to the rise of the sexual revolution.
Who needs plot or character when you have catchy melodies and wavy hair?
Kerensa Cadenas kicks off her look at teen shows with a survey of The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, Never Too Young, and Gidget.