A young Bruce Wayne is in his third year of trying to establish himself as Batman, protector of Gotham City. Living in Gotham, a metropolis where shadows run long and deep, beneath elevated... See full summary »
Jervis Tetch, the Mad Hatter, refers to Alice once in the episode by saying, "Good evening, Miss Pleasance." This is a reference to Alice Pleasance Lidell, a likely inspiration for the character Alice in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, which is the inspiration for the Mad Hatter and Alice Pleasance. See more »
Dr. Jervis Tetch:
Of course, intellectually, I know it's all wrong. She's got a boyfriend, after all. Better to withdraw like a gentlemen. Forget her. Turn my heart to other pursuits. Never! Look, I've already developed a circuitry card powerful enough to control a human brain. It would be so easy to make her forget her boorish beau and love me. But it would reduce her to a soulless shell. Oh, no... not my Alice. Oh, it's hopeless.
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This episode I have to say is just one of my favorites, it basically has an adult theme to it. I have to say I really really didn't want Batman to win this episode,because I think anyone could relate to what the mad hatter was doing. I'm not saying that he was right I'm just saying that all he really wanted was to be loved. At the end of the day I think that is all that any man or woman wants he just went about it in the wrong way. I think we all have a little mad hatter in us at times. If you watch this series and you really enjoy it you have to see that episode one of the stand outs. The hatter was also in another Batman episode which was kinda like the continued verison of this one, so check that one out too if you can
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