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.


The Joker’s Flying Saucer

One last go around for your old pal, The Joker and this time he's pulling out all the stops. He got a freakin' Flying Saucer you guys! I sure hope he doesn't have some short Italian guy painted green. Oh he does? OK I give up.

Louie’s Lethal Lilac Time

The Lilac is Back, Jack! Get ready for a scheme to get flowers, take over Gotham and then a take over the world or something. You get it? Cuz I don't

The Funny Feine Felonies/The Joke’s on Catwoman

Bad-Guy-Team-Up TIME!!!! Joker and Eartha Kitt's Catwoman join together to do something...with a weird car.... Look I gotta be honest, I'm still getting over the holiday break so I don't remember what this was about. But Bad-Guy-Team-Up you guys!!!

The Ogg Couple

Man oh man. This was the third episode with Egghead and Olga and it was definitely the table scraps episode. An omelet of indifference if you would.

Catwoman’s Dressed To Kill

Remember Catwoman? Well you wont remember her like this! Eartha Kitt stars as the feline femme fatale. Oooo I impressed myself there with that alliteration.

The Londinium Larcenies/Foggiest Notion/Bloody Tower

Batman and Robin go to England to find that the 1% get their kicks by stealing fancy things. All Batman wanted to do was check out some dude's lawn. Bloody hell!

Surfs Up! Joker’s Under!

Joker is determined to become king of the surf and there's nothing to stop him but our heroes and quite possibly a fear of water. We also talk with Johnny Green who was the lead singer of Johnny Green and Green Men which was featured in this episode. Hang Ten! Or eleven, whatever it takes.

The Ogg and I / How to Hatch A Dinosaur

Egg puns and commies - that's what this episode is about. Oh and hatching a dinosaur for some reason. Spared no expense.

Louie The Lilac

The rumors are true about Milton Burle... He's the notorious flower gangster Louie the Lilac in this episode. What did you think I was talking about? Oh really? You're a sick individual.

The Unkindest Tut of All

Looks like someone bonked a professor in the head again. Tut is back in all his overacting glory. Ten bucks says this episode has something to do with ancient Egypt. Good thing Barbara Gordon studies it in her spare time while talking to her pet bird like a crazy person.