EPISODE 12 Show Notes

LASSO OF TRUTH, EPISODE 12!

In which Elle and Juliet discuss the Cheetah in her many forms: prissy socialite, crusading environmentalist, and morally ambiguous academic.

PRISCILLA RICH

  • The first Cheetah: a vindictive debutante with highly stylized dissociative identity disorder.. We discuss her appearances in Wonder Woman #6, Wonder Woman #196, and Wonder Woman #230.
Fabulous hair, excellent seamstress skills.

Fabulous hair, excellent seamstress skills.

Never change, golden age Wonder Woman comics.

Never change, golden age Wonder Woman comics.

Fight! Fight! Fight!

Fight! Fight! Fight!

Dramatic eyelashes=evil.

Dramatic eyelashes=evil.

Priscilla as she appears in the 1970s revisit of her character.

Priscilla as she appears in the 1970s revisit of her character.

1970s Priscilla, addressing her niece. She is "old" and "sickly," apparently.

1970s Priscilla, addressing her niece. She is "old" and "sickly," apparently.

DEBBIE DOMAINE

  • The second Cheetah: an ardent environmental activist-turned terrorist. We discuss her appearances in Wonder Woman #275 and Wonder Woman #275.
Greenpeace Barbie!

Greenpeace Barbie!

This Cheetah comes with an agenda.

This Cheetah comes with an agenda.

Debbie's allegedly terrifying statement.

Debbie's allegedly terrifying statement.

BARBARA ANN MINERVA

  • The third Cheetah: A ruthless archaeologist who won't let conventional morality get in the way of a good find. We discuss her appearances in Wonder Woman #28 through #31.
Barbara will not smile for your cover photo, thank you very much.

Barbara will not smile for your cover photo, thank you very much.

Barbara sinks into depravity.

Barbara sinks into depravity.

Insert Priscilla Rich-style "Arrr-rrrgh!" here.

Insert Priscilla Rich-style "Arrr-rrrgh!" here.

The final battle.

The final battle.

The cheetah skin is sort-of-but-not-really her own skin.

The cheetah skin is sort-of-but-not-really her own skin.

OUR AWESOME THEME MUSIC

  • Our theme song is "The Lady of the House of Love" by The Parlour Trick, from the album A Blessed Unrest.
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