Wonder Woman

Season 2 Episode 18

Flight to Oblivion

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Aired Unknown Mar 03, 1978 on CBS
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Wonder Woman poses as a photographer to protect an Air Force test flight from sabotage.

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  • Not bad

    4.0
    Flight into oblivion

    Diana Prince back in uniform and looking mighty fine. Mind control once more but not on Diana/WW this time. This ep rather reminiscent of an old ep of Bill Bixby's pre-Hulk TV series The Magician which also had sleeper agents triggered by a special phrase (an idea Joss Whedon uses in every one of his shows). Some good skills from Steve who actually manages to rescue himself for once by using his watch alarm. They must have had a lot of co-operation from the US Air Force to do this but who wouldn't want Wonder Woman shooting at their base?

    4/10

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Lyle Waggoner

Lyle Waggoner

Major Steve Trevor/Colonel Steve Trevor, Jr.

Lynda Carter

Lynda Carter

Princess Diana/(Yeoman) Diana Prince/Wonder Woman

Michael Shannon

Michael Shannon

Lt. Stonehouse

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Corinne Camacho

Corinne Camacho

Capt. Anne Colby

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Alan Fudge

Alan Fudge

Major Cornell

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • After Diana notices Steve misses his meeting with her in the night club, she goes outside to turn into Wonder Woman. There is clearly another person dressed as Diana who comes out and turns into Wonder Woman.

    • Once again, the octagonal shaped set is redressed and reused in this episode. It was seen previously in "Diana's Disappearing Act", "The Deadly Toys", and "The Return of Wonder Woman" episode.

    • Wonder Woman has a hard time keeping up with a fast moving bus (and in fact she can't keep running after it), and yet, in the episode "Death in Disguise" she ran 47 miles in 4 minutes to get to I.R.A.C. before it gets destroyed.

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  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • The Hull City Howlers
      The name of the group in this episode is most likely a reference to The Bay City Rollers, a popular 70's band.

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