The Reason Why NBC Decided To Pass On The Much Anticipated Action Series 'Wonder Woman'

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 17 May 2011

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Wonder Woman's left boot. (Photo from the Wonder Woman Memorabilia Collection belonging to Bill O'Reilly).

BURBANK - The producers of the new series Wonder Woman had shot the pilot episode and it looked like it was going to appear on NBCs fall schedule.

But according to Coquette Eucalyptus of The West Hollywood Flaming Gazette that has all changed. It seems that several feminists organizations including RFOG (Real Females of Georgia) and FAFS (Females Against Female Stereotyping) wrote the network executives protesting the outfit that Wonder Woman would be wearing.

Cypress Witchcracker president of RFOG stated that there was no way that her organization would ever approve of Wonder Woman's tight-fitting outfit.

Ms. Witchcracker disclosed that the outfit was so tight that it clearly showed Wonder Woman's nipples as well as the outline of her gluteus maximus.

She also noted that the camel toe was extremely prevalent and that mothers and grandmothers who previewed the pilot show at a test screening let out a collective gasp when they first saw the front of Wonder Woman's red, white, and blue outfit.

Miss Eucalyptus noted that the only thing that the members of both female organizations approved of was the shows music. All of the songs were written and performed by Donny and Marie Osmond.

And so it appears now that the slot that Wonder Woman was to have occupied will now be taken by a brand new reality show called Bruno Tonioli Rates His All-Time Favorite Gay Bars.

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