An arrogantly intrusive reporter with a special ability to become intangible discovers Terry and Bruce's big secret.

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Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Ian Peek (voice)
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Sam Young (voice)
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Mary McGinnis (voice)
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Matt McGinnis (voice)
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Jimmy Lin (voice)
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Ortiz (voice)
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An arrogantly intrusive reporter with a special ability to become intangible discovers Terry and Bruce's big secret.

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25 March 2000 (USA)  »

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Terry McGinnis: Sounds like something's happening at City Hall.
Bruce Wayne: City Hall? Better be careful.
Terry McGinnis: Always am.
Bruce Wayne: Yes, but you've never had to face politicians before.
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Dirty laundry
23 August 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

That's all that kept popping into my head the whole episode, "Dirty Laundry" by Don Henley. An excellent commentary on the media and it's obsession with getting a scope, even if it ruins people's lives. Well, maybe not all of the media, but certainly tabloid media like TMZ and the like. Is what they do illegal? Technically no, but the episode does a good job of still having a villain that's both selfish and yet you still feel kind of bad for him. The scene where he keeps falling through the floors and Terry can't save him actually got an emotional response out of me, like when Freeze was crushed to death in "Meltdown". Another episode with a good story that provides a great commentary of the media in society.


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