‘Wonder Woman’ Canceled Before We Even Saw Her Underwear

The Superficial | May 13, 2011 - 12:45 pm

On the bright side, we’ll always have her Cameltoe of Justice. I call that a wash.

The pilot for David E. Kelley’s Wonder Woman was apparently just as bad as it looked in the 800 photos posted online because NBC just passed on the series despite promises of a new costume featuring Adrianne Palicki in the original star-spangled booty shorts. EW.com reports:

Kelley had penned a script that updated the comic book classic to have Diana Prince as CEO of a major conglomerate by day and a butt-kicking Amazon (with a fleet of cool planes) by night. Kelley’s take asked for lots of heart-thumping, contemporary music, and at one point the Boston Legal writer even requested a commercial-free premiere for the pilot if it aired.
Why did the ‘ol girl fail to pass muster?
NBC isn’t saying for now but scuttlebutt reveals the pilot earned mixed reviews at test screenings. And then there was all the online blow back about the costume – which seemed to de-emphasize the patriotism and play up the comic’s Greek mythology. Ultimately, the wardrobe department went back to the drawing board but that didn’t seem to save the project.

Wait a minute. Patriotism was the issue here? Because I’m pretty sure a woman with fake breasts fighting crime is a Constitutional mandate.

Original Amendment I. Section c. And if thy titties be large in nature, whether by design of the Creator or witchcraft, for the fighting of crime should they be endeavored provided they are presented in most hoisted fashion and bouncing asunder in the name of Justice. Consequently, should those titties be dark and Negro in origin, for Thomas Jefferson’s face and private loins shall they be employed.

In the meantime, it’s not like they can’t walk this thing over to CBS who are literally putting anything on TV. Anything they can find. *resumes writing pilot for ‘Forensics Cat: The Cat Who Knows Forensics’*

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