Batman: Meantime, let's ponder the crooks motive.
Chief O'Hara: A hundred-thousand smackers, that's the motive!
Batman: Exactly, which leads to only one possible conclusion:
Robin: The crook was a lady!
Batman: Hardly a lady, Robin, but female, yes.
Aunt Harriet: [gazing at the Bat Signal up in the sky] Mercy alive, whoever that unknown Batman is, I hope he sees the signal...
Bruce Wayne: Ah!
[slaps his forehead]
Bruce Wayne: Great heavens, what a fool I am. Isn't today Wednesday, Alfred?
Alfred: Indeed, sir.
Bruce Wayne: Wednesday night, Gotham Town Hall. We have tickets to that lecture on Latin American affairs.
Dick Grayson: [snapping his fingers] Holy Venezuela, you're right!
Robin: Oh, boy!
[hits palm of his hand with fist]
Robin: I'll bet somewhere in Gotham City there's one shook lady crook.
Commissioner Gordon: The same strange pattern every year; precisely a hundred thousand each April first.
Chief O'Hara: Glory be! I've got it: it's to pay his income taxes!
Batman: A loyal tax payer stooping to criminal methods?
Chief O'Hara: Oh, sure, ah, whe - when you put it that way.
[looking down embarrassed]
Commissioner Gordon: I fear you're growing the cynical, Chief O'Hara; the notion of a faithful tax payer robbing a bank is clearly ridiculous.
Zelda: I hate robbing banks! All I ever wanted to be was a poor but honest magician!