A commentary on the Batman series from the 1960’s featuring the guys from the Masters of None podcast. Bat Channel 66 also features interviews from some of the stars and creators of the Batman series as well as long time celebrity fans.
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Green Hornet and Kato visits Gotham City to check out the new Wegman's that just opened downtown. After taking one too many free samples of ranch flavored tater tots, Batman sets up a sting to catch him once and for all.
Julie, Julie, Julie. We are certainly going to miss you around here. For her last romp through Gotham City, Julie Newmar as Catwoman absolutely kills it as an incoming college freshman. Will Batman see her through to graduation? Can she pay off her student loans in time? One way to find out.
This one is about the Joker and his Joker Mobile. Which is ridiculous. It also probably features Alfred doing most of the heavy lifting and Batman and Robin getting all the credit. Kinda like Inspector Gadget. Man I hated that show.
Gee Riddler. You look different. You do something with your hair? Lose some weight? Turn into Gomez Addams? Oh well. Batman doesn't have time for guessing games, he's got an anniversary to celebrate.
A three parter where the Joker and the Penguin team up to remodel the Riddler's new kitchen cabinets as a house-warming gift. No I'm sorry, that's not it at all. Honestly these were great episodes with two of the best as the guest villains.
Finally. The Mad Hatter returns to Gotham and he's got a bucket load of Factories and Emporiums well in tow. Can the dynamic duo chase this madman out of our fair city before he does something related to hats. Or hatting. Or haberdashery. OK I'm just rambling now.
It's your classic
You know what this show could use? Another villain who leaves puzzles around Gotham City. Oh you got one? Oh his name is The Puzzler? Bit on the nose, isn't it? Whatever dude, Batman and Robin will get him I'm sure of it.
A kiss to build a dream on. That's my Catwoman. Batman is no match this episode for the sultry sounds of the cat's meow. I'm sorry, what happened? I'm sweating.