Wonder Woman is back, and now she’s in the 1970s!
Love is in the air, for better or for worse.
Before there was Lynda Carter, there was Cathy Lee Crosby in a dull cookie-cutter action show pilot with Wonder Woman’s name slapped on it.
Rites of passage this week with fake IDs for the Freaks and first loves for the Geeks.
Confidence: Can it cause you to crash and burn or push you to new heights?
Wonder Woman finishes up its first season, and the 1940s, with a bang in Hollywood.
YEE-HAW! Wonder Woman and Steve join forces with Roy Rogers to stop some cattle rustlers.
Everyone learns a little bit of something about math and sex this week.
Wonder Woman attempts to stop the Nazis from stealing a secret rubber formula. Noel and Kerensa just don’t care about it.
An alien representative must determine if humanity is to be spared absolute destruction. Too bad he gets kidnapped by Nazis.
NBC didn’t air this episode that asks a very important question: Is Kim Kelly worth befriending?
Double agents with Lynchian vibes, phony $2 bills, and Steve and Wonder Woman finally have a date.
Cory and Myc conclude their survey of 1980s masculinity with Hunter and MacGyver.
A mercenary seeks to destroy Washington, D.C. by using artificial earthquakes to blow up an atomic reactor. Oh, and the mercenary has the plague.
Airwolf goes to Africa and must deal with… a female pilot?!? WHAT IS THE WORLD COMING TO?!
Halloween spurs on Sam into an existential crisis, Bill dresses at the Bionic Woman, and Lindsay continues to try and find herself.
Wonder Woman does battle with a super-strong, super-smart gorilla conditioned to destroy her.
Cory and Myc board the most dangerous helicopter in the history of dangerous helicopters: Airwolf.
Freaks and Geeks avoids the Very Special Episode trap of alcohol in a wonderfully clever way.
Cory and Myc start to enjoy Simon & Simon, but only slightly.
Diana’s sister, Drusilla, arrives from Paradise Island just as the Nazis decide to invade.