The day after a police sting to catch a drug lord goes disastrously wrong, the events of the night before are reconstructed by the accounts of three police officers: Harvey Bullock, Renee Montoya, and a rookie.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Wilkes (voice) (as Robbie Benson)
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The day after a police sting to catch a drug lord goes disastrously wrong, the events of the night before are reconstructed by the accounts of three police officers: Harvey Bullock, Renee Montoya, and a rookie.

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The name of "The Boss" is never revealed. See more »

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Commissioner Gordon would be the one in charge of the investigation and it would be up to him to suspend anyone. There is no higher rank in the police force. See more »

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Investigator Hackle: Poor Batman. But don't feel too bad! One of you is going to burn too!
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Almost Like A Film Noir
1 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Story-wise, this was the first one I saw that wasn't anything to rave about. It was okay; a little different in that it was a straight crime story, almost like an old film-noir from the 1940s, but no fascinating villain character that usually makes these episodes fun. It's basically three cops telling their version of what went down at a sting that went awry. One of the cops, the obnoxious and anti-Batman guy, "Harvey Bullock," is the liar of the three. One annoying PC aspect: the bravest, strongest cop, of course, is the female one. Puh-leeze, that tougher- than males-cop has been so unrealistically overdone every since "Charlie's Angels." Here, the woman literally a throws a big guy across a room. Sorry, it doesn't happen

Nonetheless, the thing that makes this episode worth watching is the stunning art work. If ever a cartoon from a comic book ever came to life in animation, this series is it and this episode gives the best example I've seen. The drawings, especially the facial close-ups, look like a big version of something straight out of a Batman comic. Unlike other drawings I've seen (the animated Superman series, for instance), the artists here truly make you think you are looking at a comic book that has come to life


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