By Heidi Parker. She was the queen of TV in the '70s for playing the curvaceous crime fighter Wonder Woman. So it's easy to see why Lynda Carter lives in a mansion fit for royalty. In the premier issue of Closer magazine, the icon showed off her sprawling, 20, square foot Maryland mansion and even pulled out her old red-white-and-blue costume. We bet it still fits: Lynda Carter poses next to her iconic Wonder Woman costume in her Maryland house in the premier issue of Closer magazine.
Just in time for Trump’s impeachment, Lynda Carter may return as Wonder Woman / LGBTQ Nation
It is a shining episode of television when the dullest spot is Lynda Carter. Because Lynda Carter is not a dull spot. A new channel, new creative freedoms, and a new, larger, cast of available characters has been a godsend for Supergirl. Pacing has geared up to insane Vampire Diaries levels with each scene performing two or three functions, and almost every character, short of Winn, given a chance to shine. The cast has been pared down, Cat Grant and Superman have left the building, and I never even noticed they were gone. Not one, not two, but three major characters were introduced this week. Say what you will about the funky animation of the Martians, but these guys know how to make an entrance:.
Just in time for Trump’s impeachment, Lynda Carter may return as Wonder Woman
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Great story J! Thanks for sharing. I must confess when I played superhereos as a child i would garner a magic laso and bracelets, I just was never brave enough to claim I was Diana. I would make up a male version of WonderWoman.