Seeing a kindred spirit, Baby-Doll springs Croc from custody to her lover and partner in crime.



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Episode cast overview:
Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
Batgirl / Barbara Gordon (voice) (as Tara Charendoff)
Brooks Gardner ...
Mom / Harry's Wife (voice)
Dad / TV Announcer (voice) (as Jeff Glen Bennett)
Harry (voice)
Buster Jones ...
Judge (voice)


Seeing a kindred spirit, Baby-Doll springs Croc from custody to her lover and partner in crime.

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11 July 1998 (USA)  »

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The newspapers within this episode have two articles referencing show creator Bruce Timm and Superman (tying in with Superman (1996):
  • The Picture News (B.T. Quotes: "DVD the next 8-Track")

  • The Daily Planet ("Superman's hands are full").

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Judge: Have you anything to say before I pass judgment?
Killer Croc: Yeah. I'm a victim of prejudice. Look at me. Nobody understands how rough my life's been, just 'cause I'm... different.
Judge: Nevertheless, it is the judgment of this court that you, Killer Croc, are competent to stand trial for murder in the first degree. Court is adjourned.
Killer Croc: Competent? Competent? That's an insult, you old bag of gas! I'm not just competent... I'm as good as it gets!
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References Batman: The Animated Series: Baby-Doll (1994) See more »


Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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Talk about an odd couple
18 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Out of all the villain combinations you could have, Baby Doll and Killer Croc is the last combination I'd think of. Although, they do play off each other pretty well, with Doll being the brains and Croc being the brawn. I like Croc's design in this a lot more than the previous series, he actually looks like a crocodile. Baby Doll looks pretty good, I don't really have a problem with her design so much as just her being in the episode. If you ask me, Baby Doll should've just been a one-off villain in "Batman: The Animated Series". Her story and character worked so much better that way, but they decided to take a chance with her being in another one, and I love the first episode she was in so I guess it evens out. A simple episode with some pretty good writing.

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