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: The formula must have soaked every cell in my body. Teddy Lupus
: It's... It's some kind of miracle.
[changes back to Clayface
] Teddy Lupus
: Wha... What are you doing? Clayface
: No. No! You broke my concentration. It won't work. Don't you see? It's too hard. It's like tensing a muscle. I can't keep it up for long! MY CAREER, MY LIFE, IT IS GONE! AND I CAN NEVER GET IT BACK! I'M NOT AN ACTOR ANYMORE! I'm not even a... man.
[chasing Germs through the hospital, Batman corners him in a storage closet filled with specimen jars
: Let me out of here, please! All these viruses and bacteria! I could be... infected! Batman
: I know.
: Now... the man who impersonated Bruce Wane, I want his name. Germs
: I... I don't know who...
[Batman takes a jar off the shelf and reads the label
: Crimson fever. Lousy way to go. No cure, you know.
[He puts the jar on a shelf above Germs's head
: The name, *now*! Germs
: Okay, okay! It was Hagen! Matt Hagen, the movie actor.
[Batman punches the wall, causing the jar to teeter on the shelf
] It's the truth, I swear! Batman
: Then how did he fool Fox? He's good, but no actor, no makeup, is that good. Germs
: I... I don't know!
[Batman punches the wall again. The jar teeters closer to the edge
: You're crazy! Batman
: [cracks his knuckles
] Last chance: talk! Germs
: Alright! He... had something... something nobody else had. He could...
[the light is turned on, and a cop enters
: Nice going Batman! But I'll take it from here.
[as he enters, the jar tips off the shelf and falls. Germs screams, and Batman catches the jar, revealing the label: "Seawater for Analysis"
: I'd like to ask Mr. Daggett about the rumors I've heard. I hear he's selling Renuyu through direct marketing because stores won't carry it due to it's harmful side effects. Roland Daggett
: Well, that's, uh, absolutely untrue. Fat Woman
: What about the addictive properties of Renuyu, Mr. Daggett? Once you're hooked, you can't stop using it without horrible pain. Roland Daggett
: No! I mean... That's just not so! Fat Woman
: Why don't you show them what an overdose can do, Daggett?
[in Clayface's voice
: Why don't you tell them about me?
[transforms into Clayface
: [Clayface is morphing uncontrollably
] Stop it! Stop it! Turn them off! I can't control it! I can't be all of them! Not all at once!
: Move it, Lupus. I want all this stuff out of here by sunrise. Teddy Lupus
: Ah, Matt, come on. You don't have to do this. You made a comeback before, you can do it again. Clayface
: Comeback? Comeback? From this! Face it, Teddy. Matt Hagen is history. This time for good. He's never coming back again.
: You again. Batman
: Hagen... listen to me... Clayface
: There is no Hagen. It's only me now... Clayface.
: Not even the Batman could stop me, Teddy, and that means Daggett won't have a prayer. Teddy Lupus
: Matt... please. Y-y-you don't wanna do anything crazy. Why don't you try to get some shut eye? Clayface
: DON'T YOU DARE PATRONIZE ME! I told you I don't need rest. I don't need food and I DON'T NEED YOU!
: [as Clayface has Batman cornered, Batman flips a switch, turning on multiple TV screens displaying past roles Hagen has played
] What are you doing? Stop it! Batman
: Look at them, Hagen. Look at what you used to be. Clayface
: No. No. Turn them off! Batman
: You can play those roles again, Hagen. Let me help you find a cure. Clayface
: No! Hagen's gone. Make him stop haunting me!
[Batman has just seen through Clayface's over-urban impression of the Flash
: What gave me away? Batman
: You overplayed your part, "yo."
: Remember those old spy movies I used to act in? Where the villain would catch the hero, but wouldn't kill him? And then the hero would *always* get away? Grodd
: I'm not much of a moviegoer.
: Come on in, Batman. It's time to say our goodbyes to Chief Rojas. Batman
: Let him go. Clayface
: What, you don't approve, Bats? After all, to Rojas here, we're both on the wrong side of the law. Batman
: It doesn't matter what he thinks. It's the code you live by that matters. And you don't wanna cross a line that you can't uncross. Clayface
: Maybe you haven't noticed, Bats, but my line's been crossed for good! Detective Ellen Yin
: Ethan, no! Detective Ethan Bennett
: It's not cool anymore to reveal secret identities, Yin. Detective Ellen Yin
: Not that it matters. Bruce Wayne
: When I can be anyone I choose. Batman
: And when I'm no longer sure what I am. The Joker
: Except a freak!
] The Joker
: You know what separates the freaks from the normals? Just one rotten day. Ever had a really rotten day, Batman? Clayface
: Thought so. Batman
: Joker's rotten to the core by choice. A choice that's still yours to make, Detective. Detective Ellen Yin
: Turn yourself in, Ethan. We can help you. Clayface
: You don't get it, do you? Joker didn't just melt my skin, he melted my mind! I am a freak, inside and out! And Chief Rojas has zero-tolerance for the likes of me!
[a two-foot-tall Clayface faces Batman
: Time to end it, one way or the other, Batman. Batman
: Too bad you're only half the monster you used to be. Clayface
: Children, come to me.
[Clayface's clay soldiers approach from all angles, and Clayface reabsorbs them, growing several feet and looming over Batman
: Still look like an easy fight, Batman? Batman
: No, just a good one.
: Don't you see? I'm not real. Robin
: Yes you are! Clayface
: No, she's not. You know now. You're part of me. Come home. Robin
: [to Annie
] Stay behind me. Don't let him touch you. Clayface
: I've warned you once, kid. Stay out of this! Annie
: I... I don't know what to do anymore. Clayface
: Come back to me. It's the only thing you can do. Robin
: No! Annie, run!
[the Society confronts Batman, alone
: You didn't think I'd come here without reinforcements, did you? Batman
: Wish I'd thought of that.
[the door falls open behind him
: Oh, wait - I did.