Wonder Woman’s Lynda Carter: ‘I Trained At Waffle House’ As Viral Fight Video Still Fascinates America

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The definitive Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter, is back to catching eyes, headlines and … chairs.

Carter, the leading lady from the Wonder Woman TV series (1975-1979), came across the Waffle House brawl from Austin, Texas, that went viral last week and had a golden response for the real hero in the video.

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The brawl, which reportedly occurred on Dec. 22, showcased one Waffle House worker’s Matrix-eque reaction time after she snatched a flying chair mid-air.

Fists, kicks and special attacks were unleashed as impatient patrons quarreled with the Waffle House staff.

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The video reminded Carter of her days as Diana Prince.

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While other actors prepare for their roles by enduring rigorous hours of weight training to possess superhero-like strength, Carter shared that she learned how to batter bad guys by working at the Waffle House.

She quote-tweeted a video from her days as Wonder Woman where she similarly snatched a seat with a crushing grip and jokingly captioned it: “I trained at Waffle House.”

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One fan praised Carter for defeating many-a chairs in her heyday.

Drop-dead gorgeous and deadly, Lynda Carter’s not one to be effed with.

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