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Enter Batgirl, Exit Penguin 

The Penguin plans to gain immunity from the law by becoming the police commissioner's son-in-law. He kidnaps Commissioner Gordon's daughter, Barbara, and threatens her into agreeing to ... See full summary »

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The Penguin plans to gain immunity from the law by becoming the police commissioner's son-in-law. He kidnaps Commissioner Gordon's daughter, Barbara, and threatens her into agreeing to marry him. Unknown to him, Barbara Gordon has a secret crime fighting identity, Batgirl. Alfred learns of her secret when he is brought to Penguin's hideout instead of a preacher, and Batman and Robin realize just how valuable their new ally is when they find themselves hopelessly strung up in Penguin's lair. Written by Twenty Penguins

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First time in the series that the storyline is not covered in multiple episodes. See more »

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Barbara Gordon is employed as a librarian, yet she has a fairly impressive multi-room apartment, complete with rotating wall, secret hideout, and access to a hidden motorcycle garage. See more »

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Batgirl: [to Alfred] You tricked me into revealing my secret by posing as a minister!
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Enter Batgirl And Other Things As Well
19 March 2010 | by See all my reviews

For the first time we see Batgirl. For the first time we hear Billy May music (not Nelson Riddle music) pumping away. Narrator William Dozier sounds like he has more energy than he did in past seasons. The show is generally faster than past seasons. What has happened? In the eyes of some, this series needed to get it's act together and increase the ratings which had dropped in season two.

Enter Batgirl, Exit Penguin is one of my favourite Batman episodes and, without question, my favourite Penguin episode of the series. Burgess Meredith seems more deadly in this episode when he talks about killing Batgirl's Dad.

We see more of Alfred this season and this episode is the start of more Alfred. Batgirl is a thrill but she does make some of the fight scenes look a little less pleasing to watch. But all in all, this is 25 minutes of great television!


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