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YMMV: Wonder Woman 2011 Pilot
Alternative Character Interpretation: Several reasons for why Wonder Woman acts so cruelly in the pilot and yet no one important is bothered by it is put forth by various reviews and other viewers:
Darkness-Induced Audience Apathy: Either root for the smug, self pitying, and psychopathicly violent "Hero", or the Narmful, drug dealing/human experimenting Villains.
Designated Hero: Wonder Woman, who brutally strangles people in her pursuit of them, stabs them in the neck for illegal searches, is indignant about due process, publicly slanders people without evidence, tortures people in hospital beds, breaks and enters, assaults and kills people while trespassing, and yet completely looks the other way when ghetto kids cheat to get scholarships for college. Our heroine, ladies and gentlemen.
What makes this infinitely more galling is the fact that the media and public all worship her and applaud her various crimes, excusing her every violation of law, morality, and sanity with a handwave that "criminals don't deserve rights" and inexplicably comparing her to the Abu Ghraib facility as if it was a good thing when discussing her nearly strangling someone to death with her lasso.
As SF Debris pointed out, Willis is portrayed as an innocent victim. However, he was using performance-enhancing drugs and got a college scholarship out of it. To the kid who did not get that scholarship, despite making the sacrifices, hitting the gym everyday, and never turning in any illegal tricks, Willis would look like the villain.
Designated Villain: Very little is done to make the villainess or her henchmen all that villainous, and they actually come off as less evil and more law-abiding than Wonder Woman herself! It's not until the end of the episode that we see the victims smuggled in via human trafficking being experimented on, almost tacked on as an afterthought.
Particularly the drug dealer who Wonder Woman captures in her introduction. We don't see him doing anything before his capture, and later she tortures him for information, when given her own status, you're still wondering if he's even involved with the plot at all or she went after him on wrong information.
Draco in Leather Pants: People tend to understate the villainy of the antagonists, despite the fact that they are doing illegal human experiments on people smuggled in via human trafficking and distributing illegal drugs with potentially lethal side-effects. It's just that most of it is off-screen and what they're doing is the kind of thing you'd expect a halfway decent police department to be able to deal with, not a vigilante as deranged as this universe's Wonder Woman.
This is almost entirely due to the particularly loathesome version of Wonder Woman they are opposing and the fact they are literally the only ones who point out her (and society's) bullshit regarding her own long list of crimes.
Remember how some people accused The Dark Knight Saga of having a pro-fascist subtext? That complaint would only be inaccurate when directed at this pilot because it suggests it's merely subtext. Among its genuinely fascist Family Unfriendly Aesops are "Human rights exist solely to protect criminals from justice" and "unfettered corporate power is good so long as it is turned toward the public interest."
It also serves as the Fan Nickname for the episode's official name.
Moral Event Horizon: Wonder Woman crosses this either when she broke a hospitalized man's hand for information or when she straight up murdered a guard with a pipe through the neck. And both these examples become even worse once Fridge Logic comes into play:
In the case of the former, Wonder Woman makes a point of dramatically resting her lasso on the guy. If you're familiar with the comics, you'd know that this is the Lasso of Truth, and it even gets called that in the pilot. Granted, they never established it as it having that magical power in this universe but it does make people familiar with other incarnations immediately think WW has decided to purposely ignore the Lasso and skip straight to torture.
In the case of the latter since she had just come out of a long non-lethal kung-fu battle with a bunch of roided up henchmen. So apparently Super SoldierPsychos For Hire are left alive while a normal terrified security guard just doing his job is murdered in cold blood? And one can't argue that he used deadly force so she's entitled to do the same, because as SFDebris pointed out, "if you break into someone's place and kill them, that's called murder. You don't have a justifiable homicide defense when you kill someone trying to protect themselves from you."
Everything Wonder Woman does in the direct pursuit of justice, from lassoing a suspect around the neck, torturing a hospitalized suspect, or murdering a security guard.
The fact that we're supposed to consider her the hero.
Special Effects Failure: Because it wasn't intended for release yet, many of the special effects are unfinished, leaving visible wirework and such in the fight scenes.
Strawman Has a Point: Everyone who doesn't like Wonder Woman's techniques is by and large painted as a slimy jerk at best. Most works that would depict a world where Wonder Woman acts the way she does without fear of consequences are dystopian in nature.
Unfortunate Implications: A reporter happily reports Wonder Woman's lassoing of a crook as "she 'Abu Ghraib's her quarry"...in a way to say this is a "Good thing". Yeah...
What The Hell, Costuming Department?: This version of Wonder Woman's costume is pretty damn tacky. The show attempts to justify it by claiming Diana designed her suit to look more like an action figure, for marketability purposes. Doesn't help.