Joker dons the costume of his greatest rival, The Batman, and terrorizes all of Gotham. When the real Batman tries to stop him, Joker injects the Dark Knight with a poison that will cause ... See full summary »

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Bruce Wayne / The Batman (voice)
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Mayor Grange (voice)
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Joker dons the costume of his greatest rival, The Batman, and terrorizes all of Gotham. When the real Batman tries to stop him, Joker injects the Dark Knight with a poison that will cause him to laugh to death unless he can create an antidote. Written by Anonymous

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4 June 2005 (USA)  »

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Adam West plays the voice of Mayor Grange. Adam West played Batman with Burt Ward (Robin) from 1966 to 1968. See more »

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A creepy change-up
25 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

You wouldn't think a simple change like swapping Joker and Batman's roles would make such an entertaining episode. The episode's funny, but in a creepy way. It's refreshing to see Bruce laugh, but when he does, his clock ticks faster. With Bruce slowly losing his mind, there's this constant suspense of whether or not his next laugh will be his last. It reminds of Arkham City when Joker injected Batman with his infected blood that ended up almost killing him. The suspense is great, the humor is great, and the climax reminds me of the ending of "The Killing Joke", a great combination for a great episode. There's not much you could add to this to make it better.


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