The Riddler has apparently gone straight, but Batman is not so sure.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Robin / Dick Grayson (voice)
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Mari Devon ...
Summer Gleeson (voice)
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Charles Baxter (voice)
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The Riddler has apparently gone straight, but Batman is not so sure.

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24 September 1994 (USA)  »

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The antique dealer claims a Ming vase from the 3rd century was stolen. This is not possible, the Ming dynasty was from the 14th to 17th century. 1100 years after the 3rd century. See more »

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Dick Grayson: [after Bruce explains how he escaped. Dick chuckles] Nice going, Bruce. Man, I'd have never thought of that.
Bruce Wayne: Neither would the Riddler.
[cut to the Riddler who is back in Arkham after Batman escaped from his latest death trap - but refused to tell him how]
The Riddler: It's impossible, I tell you. Impossible! My trap was perfect! HOW DID HE DO IT? I have to know! Somebody tell me! It's not fair! There was no way, I tell you! No way he could have gotten out! Somebody tell me! Do you hear me? SOMEBODY TELL ME ...
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The Adventures of Batman & Robin Theme
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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Who's afraid of the Big Bad Bat?
12 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Another winner from Edward Nygma. Once again, Batman and Nygma engage in a battle of wits, and the audience wins. Although I doubt people even 22 years ago believed that Nygma had gone straight in this. He's just so condescending that it's obvious he's still bad. But that part we already knew, the real question is how do you prove it. And that's where Nygma always fails, he gives Batman too many clues. If he would just keep quiet about his schemes, he'd probably be Batman's biggest threat. But, that goes against his mental condition, so he can't fight it. It's actually a pretty sad tale when you think about it. There's plenty of action, humor, and wit in this episode to entertain you far past the run time.


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