Dick Grayson reveals to his successor the secret of the strained relationships with his mentor and Barbara Gordon.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Batgirl / Barbara Gordon (voice) (as Tara Charendoff)
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Mathew Valencia ...
Robin / Tim Drake (voice)
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The Joker / Mugging Victim (voice)
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Rocco / Mugger (voice)
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Henshaw / Dean (voice)
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Connor (voice)
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Geena / Connor's Son (voice)
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Dick Grayson reveals to his successor the secret of the strained relationships with his mentor and Barbara Gordon.

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Robin: [after Nightwing knocks out a mugger Robin was after] I could'a handled him.
Nightwing: Could'a, would'a, didn't.
Robin: You sound just like Batman.
Nightwing: I'm nothing like him.
Robin: Yeah, right. The Mask, the attitude, the long underwear.
Nightwing: Drop it!
Robin: I'd love to know what happened between you two.
Nightwing: Things change.
Robin: No kidding. You guys used to be the greatest. Batman and Robin, the Dynamic Duo.
Nightwing: Maybe you should ask him.
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Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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Best New Adventures episode so far
23 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is in my opinion the best episode thus far. Young Tim Drake (mini-Robin) has a row with Nightwing and claims he's "Just like Batman" and that they used to be the Dynamic Duo. So, Dick tells him why he drifted apart from Batman. Batman confronts a dude in front of his kid, for which Robin comes off the better one here.

However, the other reasons Robin decided to call it quits make him come of as an arrogant idiot. He is angry because he did not reveal to him the truth about Barbara, which he had no right to do so and he believes that he put her in danger, which is also not the case.

This episode is more about the characters and real emotion rather than a whole lot of action. Also, we finally get to see what happened to make Robing become Ightwing.

One reason I like this episode is because we get to see the original Robin again, with only some minor changes. I wish they would've brought the original Joker back as well, he was still revamped.


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