History Series / WonderWoman2011Pilot

27th Jul '16 4:48:49 AM SomeoneElse17
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** Claiming someone engages in illegal activities without proof is called slander and could easily get someone sued. Wonder Woman calls a press conference to announce this, fully acknowledging her lack of proof, and yet suffers no consequences. She also admitted to the entire world that she has broken the law to stop a crime she can't even prove was committed.

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** Claiming someone engages in illegal activities without proof is called slander and could easily get someone sued. Wonder Woman Woman, who's also publicly known to be the CEO of Themyscira Industries under the name Diana Themyscira, calls a press conference to announce this, fully acknowledging her lack of proof, and yet suffers no consequences. She also admitted to the entire world that she has broken the law to stop a crime she can't even prove was committed.



** One of Wonder Woman's many flaws in this show. She [[SoBeautifulItsACurse admonishes the fact she is being objectified]] then [[ScrewTheRulesImBeautiful tries to use her looks to get past a guard]]. She claims that Veronica's actions which risk her business is beyond reckless, all the while she accuses her on national TV without evidence (which is called Slander and she could sue Wonder Woman which is risking her corporation). She threatens to kill someone if that person does not do what she says then states she hates it when people threaten her. She is disgusted that the villain is using a person with political power for her own gain, then does it herself. What's worse is that [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality Wonder Woman is continually lauded for her behavior]], instead of treating it like it's a negative quality.

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** One of Wonder Woman's many flaws in this show. She [[SoBeautifulItsACurse admonishes the fact she is being objectified]] then [[ScrewTheRulesImBeautiful tries to use her looks to get past a guard]]. She claims that Veronica's actions which risk her business is beyond reckless, all the while she accuses her on national TV without evidence (which is called Slander slander and she Cale could sue Wonder Woman which is risking her corporation). She threatens to kill someone if that person does not do what she says then states she hates it when people threaten her. She is disgusted that the villain is using a person with political power for her own gain, then does it herself. What's worse is that [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality Wonder Woman is continually lauded for her behavior]], instead of treating it like it's a negative quality.
25th Jun '16 10:13:33 AM Silverblade2
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* [[PaintedOnPants Painted-on Pants (To Be Darkened)]]: The costume Wonder Woman wears in the opening has skin-tight blue pants, but in the final action scene she instead wears the classic version without them.[[note]]The "To Be Darkened" meme originates from an on-screen notice in the unfinished pilot indicating that Wonder Woman's pants were to be darkened in post-production, a possible response to negative reaction to early photos of the character's modified costume.[[/note]]

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* [[PaintedOnPants Painted-on Pants (To Be Darkened)]]: PaintedOnPants: The costume Wonder Woman wears in the opening has skin-tight blue pants, but in the final action scene she instead wears the classic version without them.[[note]]The "To Be Darkened" meme originates from an on-screen notice in the unfinished pilot indicating that Wonder Woman's pants were to be darkened in post-production, a possible response to negative reaction to early photos of the character's modified costume.[[/note]]
24th Jun '16 8:42:26 AM MCanter89
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-->'''The Wire''': Another reason authorities cannot act on information extracted by torture is that it's famously unreliable. Let's let [[Series/BurnNotice Michael Westen]] explain…

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-->'''The Wire''': Another reason authorities cannot act on information extracted by torture is that it's famously unreliable. Let's I'll let [[Series/BurnNotice Michael Westen]] explain…
24th Jun '16 8:40:21 AM MCanter89
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* ChainmailBikini: Diana rejects an action figure designed like this, complete with GagBoobs. Though her own costume isn't all that modest...

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* ChainmailBikini: Diana rejects an action figure designed like this, complete with GagBoobs. Though her own costume isn't all that modest...modest…



* ClarkKenting: "Diana Prince" is completely different from Diana Themyscira because she puts on a pair of glasses and puts her hair in a ponytail. She then goes home and farts around on {{Website/Facebook}} with her cat while watching ''Film/TheNotebook.''

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* ClarkKenting: "Diana Prince" is completely different from Diana Themyscira because she puts on a pair of glasses and puts her hair in a ponytail. She then goes home and farts around on {{Website/Facebook}} with her cat while watching ''Film/TheNotebook.''''Film/TheNotebook''.



** Wonder Woman tells her business toady about how exploitative the doll made to look like her is and he protests. Now, Wonder Woman's refusal to be objectified wouldn't be a problem... if the doll wasn't a month away from shipping and she hadn't already given oral consent.

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** Wonder Woman tells her business toady about how exploitative the doll made to look like her is and he protests. Now, Wonder Woman's refusal to be objectified wouldn't be a problem... problem… if the doll wasn't a month away from shipping and she hadn't already given oral consent.



** However, even in her most RonTheDeathEater[[invoked]] interpretation, Wonder Woman averts this trope. Her business dealings aren't that shady and she's even willing to have her bottom line take a hit on moral concerns (though she seems more insane than corrupt since she approved of the designed then changed it at the drop of a hat after their company already sunk a lot of money into development). In a way, her corporate dealings are ''more'' on the level than some other superheroes, because unlike characters like Batman, she doesn't secretly appropriate company funds for her superheroing, her business openly does this. She's just a brutal, psychopathic, superpowered AntiHero who happens to be a corporate executive... [[NoBadgeNoProblem and doesn't ever have to face any sort of legal repercussions]] (just in ways that don't involve her leveraging her corporate power).

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** However, even in her most RonTheDeathEater[[invoked]] interpretation, Wonder Woman averts this trope. Her business dealings aren't that shady and she's even willing to have her bottom line take a hit on moral concerns (though she seems more insane than corrupt since she approved of the designed then changed it at the drop of a hat after their company already sunk a lot of money into development). In a way, her corporate dealings are ''more'' on the level than some other superheroes, because unlike characters like Batman, she doesn't secretly appropriate company funds for her superheroing, her business openly does this. She's just a brutal, psychopathic, superpowered AntiHero who happens to be a corporate executive... executive… [[NoBadgeNoProblem and doesn't ever have to face any sort of legal repercussions]] (just in ways that don't involve her leveraging her corporate power).



** Wonder Woman's first scene has her lasso a crook by the neck, slam her boot on him, inject a syringe for his blood, and then snarl at a cop at the idea of him getting a lawyer and trial. [[SarcasmMode Our Hero Everybody!]]

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** Wonder Woman's first scene has her lasso a crook by the neck, slam her boot on him, inject a syringe for his blood, and then snarl at a cop at the idea of him getting a lawyer and trial. [[SarcasmMode Our Hero Everybody!]]hero, everybody!]]



-->'''[[WebVideo/WhatTheFuckIsWrongWithYou Nash]]''': See kids, corruption and mendacity are ok if they work in ''your'' favor.

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-->'''[[WebVideo/WhatTheFuckIsWrongWithYou Nash]]''': See kids, corruption See, kids? Corruption and mendacity are ok okay if they work in ''your'' favor.



--->'''[=SFDebris=]''': Batman exists in a world where crime is so rampant that ordinary people live in fear and the judicial system is powerless to curtail it. Wonder Woman's world is so squeaky clean, her number one concern is somebody testing ''drugs'' with harmful side effects.

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--->'''[=SFDebris=]''': Batman exists in a world where crime is so rampant that ordinary people live in fear and the judicial system is powerless to curtail it. Wonder Woman's world is so squeaky clean, her number one number-one concern is somebody testing ''drugs'' with harmful side effects.



-->'''SF Debris:''' Obviously, if you're against being objectified, step one...is to have your likeness captured in an object.

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-->'''SF Debris:''' Obviously, if you're against being objectified, step one...one… is to have your likeness captured in an object.



* SteppingOutForAQuickCupOfCoffee: Wonder Woman asks Ed to let her visit a crook's hospital room for ten minutes. He gives her five. As soon as he leaves, [[JackBauerInterrogationTechnique he hears the crook screaming]]...

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* SteppingOutForAQuickCupOfCoffee: Wonder Woman asks Ed to let her visit a crook's hospital room for ten minutes. He gives her five. As soon as he leaves, [[JackBauerInterrogationTechnique he hears the crook screaming]]...screaming]]…



-->'''The Wire''': Another reason authorities cannot act on information extracted by torture is that it's famously unreliable. I'll let [[Series/BurnNotice Michael Westen]] explain...

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-->'''The Wire''': Another reason authorities cannot act on information extracted by torture is that it's famously unreliable. I'll Let's let [[Series/BurnNotice Michael Westen]] explain...explain…



* TrialByFriendlyFire: Random security mook with a gun sees Wonder Woman barreling down the hall opens fire on her, while several of the roided guys are in melee with her. One actually ends up taking a bullet due to his stray shots. However, it's for naught and he ends up being impaled in the throat.

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* TrialByFriendlyFire: Random security mook with a gun sees Wonder Woman barreling down the hall opens fire on her, while several of the roided guys are in melee with her. One actually ends up taking a bullet due to his stray shots. However, it's for naught naught, and he ends up being impaled in the throat.



* WhatTheHellHero: Wonder Woman gets called out for her brutal and excessive behavior...by slimy jerks so we know we should ignore them.
* ZeroEffortBoss: Veronica openly admits she takes Performance Enhancers as to claim they are not bad. However when she goes up against Wonder Woman in the end she gets knocked out very quickly (suggesting she was lying about taking them).

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* WhatTheHellHero: Wonder Woman gets called out for her brutal and excessive behavior...behavior… by slimy jerks so we know we should ignore them.
* ZeroEffortBoss: Veronica openly admits she takes Performance Enhancers as to claim they are not bad. However However, when she goes up against Wonder Woman in the end end, she gets knocked out very quickly (suggesting she was lying about taking them).
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6th May '16 6:39:33 AM skidoo23
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* JerkassHasAPoint: The female villain points out how Diana is herself violating the law in nearly everything she's doing - and she's not incorrect.
29th Apr '16 4:17:38 AM LtFedora
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-->'''SF Debris:''' Obviously, if you're against being objectified, step one...is to have your likeness captured in an object.
13th Apr '16 6:57:53 AM Hailfire25
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-->'''Nash!Wonder Woman''': Laws are for poor people.
11th Apr '16 6:59:01 PM MisterRandom2
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Since getting out, the pilot has been reviewed by numerous online critics, including a combined review by [[http://channelawesome.com/wonder-woman-2011-a-review/ Linkara, Film Brain, and Nash]], as well as [[http://sfdebris.com/videos/other/wonderwoman.php Chuck Sonnenburg]] of ''Website/SFDebris'' and [[http://blip.tv/the-idiots-lantern/the-idiot-s-lantern-wonder-woman-2011-pilot-5587816 The Wire]] of ''WebVideo/TheIdiotsLantern''. They were all quite horrified. The full pilot can be seen [[http://www.the-medium-is-not-enough.com/2011/07/lost_gems_wonder_woman_2011.php HERE]].

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Since getting out, the pilot has been reviewed by numerous online critics, including a combined review by [[http://channelawesome.com/wonder-woman-2011-a-review/ Linkara, Film Brain, and Nash]], as well as [[http://sfdebris.com/videos/other/wonderwoman.com/videos/tv/wonderwoman.php Chuck Sonnenburg]] of ''Website/SFDebris'' and [[http://blip.tv/the-idiots-lantern/the-idiot-s-lantern-wonder-woman-2011-pilot-5587816 The Wire]] of ''WebVideo/TheIdiotsLantern''. They were all quite horrified. The full pilot can be seen [[http://www.the-medium-is-not-enough.com/2011/07/lost_gems_wonder_woman_2011.php HERE]].
1st Apr '16 6:19:02 PM jedidarrick
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* BrokenAesop: Wonder Woman goes on a long, and in many ways, unnecessary rant opposing her image being objectified... and then later attempts to use IHaveBoobsYouMustObey on a security guard. Kinda misses the point of being objectified if you're willing to do it to yourself... and that's ''without'' getting into the point that she actually approved of the doll responsible for objectifying her before she apparently had a last-minute change of opinion because she wasn't paying attention to it when she first approved it.

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* BrokenAesop: Wonder Woman goes on a long, and in many ways, unnecessary rant opposing her image being objectified... and then later attempts to use IHaveBoobsYouMustObey on a security guard. Kinda misses the point of being objectified if you're willing to do it to yourself... and that's ''without'' getting into the point that she actually approved of the doll responsible for objectifying that objectified her before she apparently had a last-minute change of opinion because she wasn't paying attention to it when she first approved it.
1st Apr '16 6:17:49 PM jedidarrick
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''Wonder Woman'' is a never-aired television pilot produced by Creator/WarnerBros Television and DC Entertainment for NBC, based on the Creator/DCComics [[Franchise/WonderWoman character of the same name]]. Creator/DavidEKelley wrote the pilot and Jeffrey Reiner directed it. Creator/AdriannePalicki starred as the main character. The ''Wonder Woman'' pilot was expected to air in 2011, but NBC opted not to buy the series. Although it was never distributed officially, copies got out (though an incomplete version that had yet to have a final musical score and special effects added). One of Diana's uniforms ended up being [[PropRecycling recycled]] on ''Series/HarrysLaw'' by ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' alum Erica Durance, playing a [[NapoleonDelusion delusional client]] who believes she's the real Wonder Woman.

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''Wonder Woman'' is a never-aired television pilot produced by Creator/WarnerBros Television and DC Entertainment for NBC, based on the Creator/DCComics [[Franchise/WonderWoman character of the same name]]. Creator/DavidEKelley wrote the pilot and Jeffrey Reiner directed it. Creator/AdriannePalicki starred as the main character.

The ''Wonder Woman'' pilot was expected to air in 2011, but NBC opted not to buy the series. Although it was never distributed officially, copies got out (though an incomplete version that had yet to have a final musical score and special effects added). One of Diana's uniforms ended up being [[PropRecycling recycled]] on ''Series/HarrysLaw'' by ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' alum Erica Durance, playing a [[NapoleonDelusion delusional client]] who believes she's the real Wonder Woman.
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