Xenocide - 2007-07-16 So then later, Robin slipped the waiter his thousand bucks, and he and Alfred disposed of the corpse and ran off to Mexico.
zatojones - 2007-07-16 I'm confused. Why was this show so bad? Who let it happen? Did the producers have some hatred of the entire concept of Batman?
B. Weed - 2007-07-16 Have you read any of the Silver Age Batman stories?
oswaldtheluckyrabbit - 2007-07-16 what the hell are you talking about? "Batman" is one of the funniest shows to ever air on television. The makers were quite aware of how ridiculous it all was.
paranex - 2007-07-16 Actually, the plots for every episode came straight from the comic book.
Goofy Gorilla - 2007-07-17 1. They only had batman stories from before 1966 to work with. Batman wasn't dark and scary then.
2. This is one of the greatest television shows ever made.
Aelric - 2007-07-16 "you interest me. strangely." hot damn, i'll say
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2007-07-16 And then the villain ties him up over an unecessarily long expose on his plans for world domination while an insufficient number of henchmen are posted to guard him. Also no one will look under his cowl.