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Wonder Woman

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For the comic book, see Wonder Woman (comic).
Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman.png
Superhero Information
Female ♀
Hair: Black
Powers: Super strength
Lasso of truth
First mentioned: "Three Men and a Comic Book"
First appearance: "Mayored to the Mob"

Wonder Woman is a comic book superhero from the DC Comics universe.


After the children had visited a comic expo, Homer said "Give me Wonder Woman" and made an erotic growl after he said that he never knew what Superman saw in Lois Lane.[1]

Mark Hamill knocked over a cardboard cutout of Wonder Woman.[2]

Lynda Carter (dressed as Wonder Woman) and George Foreman both endorsed a fire extinguisher together. Marge imagined what it would be like if they had a baby together.[3]

A cardboard cutout of Wonder Woman is the inspiration for Marge to open up Shapes because of Wonder Woman's figure.[4]

Everyman used an issue of Captain America to have the patriotism to want to save the President's life and an issue of Wonder Woman to give him the boobs to distract the guards.[5]

Lisa told Marge that "Wonder Woman showed that if you are a goddess with superpowers, there's no limit to what you can do."[6]

Database is seen hosting a "The Science of Wonder Woman" booth at the STEM Conference. The booth has boxes supposedly containing Wonder Woman's Golden Lasso and Invisible Plane.[7]

A picture of Wonder Woman was seen on an old TV Guide cover.[8]

A statue of Wonder Woman was seen in The Android's Dungeon.[9]

Comic Book Guy dressed up as Wonder Woman for Halloween in 1970. He described it as the "worst Halloween ever".[10]

Wonder Woman is element Ww in Lisa's Table of Geeky Delights.[11]


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In Comic Book Guy's letter to Santa Claus, one of the things he wanted was the complete collection of Buffy action figures, to be delivered by Sarah Michelle Gellar. However, he said he would accept Lynda Carter (presumably costumed as Wonder Woman) as a substitute delivery person.[12]



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