Electra Woman and Dyna Girl is a live action science fiction children's television series from created by Sid and Marty Krofft. The series aired 16 episodes in a single season as part of the umbrella series The Krofft Supershow. During the second season, it was dropped, along with Dr. When later syndicated in the package "Krofft Super Stars" and released on home video, the 16 segments, which were each about 12 minutes long, were combined into eight episodes. The program followed the crime-fighting exploits of female caped crusader Electra Woman played by Deidre Hall and her teen sidekick Dyna Girl Judy Strangis , who worked in their off-time as reporters for Newsmaker Magazine the full real names of the two were never revealed in any of the installments, although their first names were Lori and Judy, respectively. In each episode, the duo would don skintight spandex in a bright flash of light called an "Electra-Change," get into the "ElectraCar," and use an array of technically advanced gadgets to thwart an eclectic collection of supervillains.
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Sonny's off screen birth was announced onscreen in Created under head writer Dena Higley , Sonny was introduced onscreen in by executive producers Ken Corday and Gary Tomlin as Justin and Adrienne's openly gay son—and the first gay character in the show's history. His major stories included a gay bashing storyline and the development of his romance with Will Horton then Chandler Massey who is just coming to terms with his sexuality. Sonny and Will Guy Wilson marry in becoming the first gay male wedding featuring major characters. AMC's Bianca and Reese got married in , and were the first lesbian daytime wedding. Sonny is also known for his friendship and business dealings with Chad DiMera then Casey Deidrick -- a relationship that nearly gets him killed when their sports website is taken over by an illegal gambling operation.
Hall also addressed those pesky rumors of a feud between herself and Crystal Chappell Carly , which have followed both actresses since Chappell originally left DAYS in Note: click here for the interview], I asked her about the reported feud between you both. I was a troubled young person. I was overworked. I made a lot of problems for myself.
They flew out Sunday night from Atlanta for a honeymoon in Ireland. By Monday morning, their wedding was the talk of Alabama. About people who attended were sworn to secrecy until after the event, with People magazine having an exclusive agreement to share the news.