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In the "Amazon Hot Wax" episode of [http://us.imdb.com/Title?0074074 Wonder Woman], lovely, lust-after-able Lynda Carter, disguised as Diana Prince, goes undercover as singer Kathy Meadows (ow! brain hurt!) to investigate a blackmailing at Phoenix Records (first aired 16 Feb. 1979). Lynda Carter had actually released an album, ''Portrait,'' several months previously and two of the songs were used as Kathy Meadows' demos: "Want To Get Beside You" and "Toto (Don't It Feel Like Paradise)." Label head Eric Landau (Curtis Credel) is being blackmailed by crooks who stole the valuable master tapes of presumed dead folkie [[Billy Dero]]. Turns out Dero's really still alive and that another Phoenix label act, [[Jeff and Barbi Gordon]], swiped the tapes for the blackmailers in the first place. Oh, and Wonder Woman saves the day, duh. The episode's title is a play on the 1978 movie title [http://us.imdb.com/Details?0077158 American Hot Wax].  
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In the "Amazon Hot Wax" episode of [http://us.imdb.com/Title?0074074 Wonder Woman], lovely, lust-after-able Lynda Carter, disguised as Diana Prince, goes undercover as singer Kathy Meadows (ow! brain hurt!) to investigate a blackmailing at Phoenix Records (first aired 16 Feb. 1979). Lynda Carter had actually released an album, ''Portrait,'' several months previously and two of the songs were used as Kathy Meadows' demos: "Want To Get Beside You" and "Toto (Don't It Feel Like Paradise)." Label head Eric Landau (Curtis Credel) is being blackmailed by crooks who stole the valuable master tapes of presumed dead folkie [[Billy Dero]]. Turns out Dero's really still alive and that another Phoenix label act, [[Jeff and Barbi Gordon]], swiped the tapes for the blackmailers in the first place. Oh, and Wonder Woman saves the day, duh.  
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The episode's title is a play on the 1978 movie title ''[http://us.imdb.com/Details?0077158 American Hot Wax].''
  
 
See also [[AntiMatter]], [[Lane Kinkaid]], [[Hamlin Rule]].
 
See also [[AntiMatter]], [[Lane Kinkaid]], [[Hamlin Rule]].
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==External Links==
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*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37xMwkwuRVE "Kathy Meadows" singing on YouTube]
  
 
[[Category:Wonder Woman|Meadows]]
 
[[Category:Wonder Woman|Meadows]]

Revision as of 12:15, 14 January 2013

In the "Amazon Hot Wax" episode of Wonder Woman, lovely, lust-after-able Lynda Carter, disguised as Diana Prince, goes undercover as singer Kathy Meadows (ow! brain hurt!) to investigate a blackmailing at Phoenix Records (first aired 16 Feb. 1979). Lynda Carter had actually released an album, Portrait, several months previously and two of the songs were used as Kathy Meadows' demos: "Want To Get Beside You" and "Toto (Don't It Feel Like Paradise)." Label head Eric Landau (Curtis Credel) is being blackmailed by crooks who stole the valuable master tapes of presumed dead folkie Billy Dero. Turns out Dero's really still alive and that another Phoenix label act, Jeff and Barbi Gordon, swiped the tapes for the blackmailers in the first place. Oh, and Wonder Woman saves the day, duh.

The episode's title is a play on the 1978 movie title American Hot Wax.

See also AntiMatter, Lane Kinkaid, Hamlin Rule.

External Links