Sunday, November 20, 2016

Wonder Woman Question Answered

Any other fans of the Wonder Woman TV show here? I love the show and especially Lynda Carter who plays Wonder Woman. I've heard it time and again on the show but never knew what IADC meant. That's the government agency she supposedly works for. Last night I wrote a note so I'd remember to check on it. 
The answer is IADC stands for Inter-Agency Defense Command. So now you know. Maybe you'll feel more comfortable watching Wonder Woman now that you're up to speed?

All the world is waiting for you
and the power you possess
In your satin tights
fighting for your rights
And the old red white and blue
- from the Wonder Woman theme song

4 Comments:

At 9:57 AM, Blogger EJB said...

Apparently the left wing snowflakes don't much care for her: http://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2016/10/20/498569053/is-wonder-woman-suited-to-be-a-u-n-ambassador

 
At 11:09 AM, Blogger Fred Mangels said...

To me it's just good old, fun TV from yesteryear, but I suppose I can see why some might not like it.

 
At 11:43 AM, Blogger Henchman Of Justice said...

HOJ enjoyed Wonder Woman.

It was a "sincere form of the ERA movement in Hollywood (as opposed to Ghostbusters)".....it was an original role that aligned gender wise.

It was cool when Wonder Woman teamed up with the Bionic Man (Lee Majors).....it showed that ladies kick ass too....

(Maybe Emily from Kym Kemp 's blog will read this and realize that HOJ supports women in many ways, since her tiff regarding a promiscuis female clothing line drew her ire and HOJ was demonized and castigated as a misogynist for remarks about the clothes being marketed to children but advertized for adults......like how tobacco companies get to kids.....)

All the old shows were so much better than most of the reality TV stuff of today.

Modern Family, That 70's show, etc.....some good stuff.

Best channel you'll see at pizza parlor, restaurants, bars, pubs, etc... Is: ESPN,TNT,TBS,FOX,CBS,THC,TCM,PBS, few others......all the reality crap is just a bunch of channels......who pays for a 100+ channels to get the 8 or few mentioned.....better of going tv free.

 
At 11:47 AM, Blogger Fred Mangels said...

We enjoy the History and Travel Channels, BBC and MeTV. Not sure I could handle a cable or satellite service that didn't offer MeTV, although our current Suddenlink plan doesn't offer much but MeTV and I'm sometimes bothered with the lack of choice.

 

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