Erica Durance Talks About Her "Wonderous" Role on Harry's Law

Erica Durance gave her first interview to TVGuide about suiting up as Wonder Woman for David E. Kelley's (only successful) drama on TV right now, Harry's Law.

Erica Durance as "Wonder Woman"
In the interview, Durance spills some minor plot details for her January 11th episode, Gorilla My Dreams.

Here are some snippets from the interview. Spoilerish parts are in italics.
How does it feel actually getting to play Wonder Woman... of sorts?
Erica Durance:
"Of sorts" is the best way to put it and it's probably the best way to play it because you get to have a little bit of freedom and you're not judged quite so harshly. The way that I was able to work with the character Wonder Woman in this is through the eyes of a woman who desperately needed a strong female archetype to look up to, and she had gone through such terrible things and this was her alter ego. I would challenge anybody who said that she didn't think she was Wonder Woman. This is how she found her way out.
So, as an actress, getting to put on the suit and play Wonder Woman was fantastic and then I got this whole other layer because of the way David E. Kelley had written it, to ground it in this kind of humanistic viewpoint, which was lovely.

What sparks your character's alter ego, "Wonder Woman," to go public?
Well, she's been out for a while. What ends up happening is that my character, Annie Billson, has gone one step too far, or some would say many steps too far, and taken this psychosis, this vigilantism a little far in the opinion of society and she's hurt one too many people, and so she's actually been charged with a crime. She goes to see Adam (Nate Corddry), whom she has a history with and has gone to high school with. He knows her, so she seeks his representation.

This part was from later in the interview. We get a hint about how Adrianne Palicki might have felt wearing (first) this iconic costume.

Lasso of truth time: Best part of wearing the costume and the worst part of wearing the costume.
The best part is the corset, believe it or not, because it gives you a tiny little waist, making you sit up really straight. I would say the most uncomfortable part is tight, stretchy pants because, well, you know what you feel like when you're wearing tight, stretchy pants. You just have to be careful everything is appropriate.
You can read the full interview here.