The computer game which is at the heart of this episode is based on Greek mythology. According to legend, King Minos had a monster, the half-man/half-bull known as the "Minotaur" and he commissioned Greece's greatest genius, Daedelus, to build a labyrinth in which to keep it. See more »
When Batman turns the first key in the Riddler's labyrinth, the keyhole doesn't turn. See more »
[after Batman re-wires the Hand of Fate to fly over the maze to the center]
That is grand-scale cheating, Batman! You're not allowed to tamper with the Hand of Fate!
I don't believe in fate!
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About time Riddler got an introduction. Shame they waited until close to half way through the series to introduce him though. I've always liked Nygma, who doesn't love a villain that makes you think? In fact, that's really what makes this episode fun, solving Nygma's riddles. I liked a lot of the references to Greek mythology as well as things I didn't know, like eating with your right hand in Arabic countries. I guess the late introduction is made up for by how entertaining this episode is though. And hopefully, there are two more episodes with Nygma, because then I can complete my title pun sequence. Can you guess what it is yet?
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