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Wonder Woman and CliqueClack just can’t get enough of each other

Why do we beat this horse so much? Simple. Because it just won't stay dead.

If there’s one thing we do exceedingly well around the hallowed halls of the luxuriant CliqueClack offices, it’s beat things to death.

But there’s one thing that just doesn’t want to seem to stay dead: Wonder Woman, Warrior Princess of the Amazon.

We’ve riffed and sniped and joked and discussed and raged and round-housed about the character and the script and the defunct show ad nauseum. (It’s an equally fun and exhausting read if you flip through all the posts we’ve written. We love jabbering about Wonder Woman about as much as you like hearing what we have to say about her.) But still it’s not enough.

Now comes Harry’s Law — the David E. Kelley / Kathy Bates vehicle — wherein fan-favorite Erica Durance (Smallville) will be guesting as Diana of Themyscira.

Well … in a manner of speaking.

It looks like many of us will be getting our wish granted, seeing Durance (“easy on the eyes, hard on the ears” as one person noted) don the duds of  the defending dame of DC.

And this I promise: As long as there is news of Wonder Woman making the rounds, a few of us will be warming up the machinery at CliqueClack’s personal glue factory.


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5 Responses to “Wonder Woman and CliqueClack just can’t get enough of each other”

November 17, 2011 at 11:07 AM

I’m protesting this decision by NOT watching that episode of Harry’s Law.

Aww, who am I kidding? It’s not like I was watching it in the first place.

November 17, 2011 at 12:13 PM

Come to think of it, I’ve never read any Wonder Woman book either (rofl)

November 17, 2011 at 2:44 PM

I reviewed Harry’s Law last season (for as long as I could stand it). It’s the worst thing I think Kathy Bates has ever done. And I love her!

November 17, 2011 at 9:08 PM

I loved Harry’s Law last season, I hate it this season. Also, I hated Erica Durance as Lois until Smallville’s final two seasons.

The show dropped everything quirky so I’m surprised to see they’re pulling this stunt.

November 23, 2011 at 7:36 AM

I actually liked Durance as Lois when she was a separate character from Chloe (repeating senior year, not interested in journalism, not pining after Clark), and Lana was the annoying damsel/ unrequited love interest. When the writers transferred Chloe’s traits and backstory to Lois, and made her the lead actress of the show, I checked out, and never did finish the last season. Kind of a shame, as I still liked everyone else on the show, but hated Lois and Clark.

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