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Surfing the heroes on the small screen: past, present, and future.

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  • 10/14/16--01:00: Batman S:02 E:27
  • Episode Title: The Penguin’s Nest Original Airdate: December 7, 1966 I’ve talked before about how Batman and Robin are pretty good and catching and locking up Gotham’s crooks, but somehow the criminals always seem to make it out again. Today we see one of Batman’s arch foes back out on the street, but strangely he’s … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:27


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  • 10/28/16--01:00: Batman S:02 E:28
  • Episode Title: The Bird’s Last Jest Original Airdate: December 6, 1966 Well folks, sorry for keeping you in suspense for an extra week on our latest Batman cliffhanger. If you remember, it’s a doozy. Penguin has nabbed Chief O’Hara and has him locked in a trunk which he intends to drop into a pool. Batman … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:28


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  • 11/04/16--01:00: Batman S:02 E:29
  • Episode Title: The Cat’s Meow Original Airdate: December 14, 1966 It’s been awhile since Gotham’s favorite feline purred her way through an episode. Other than a brief cameo in one of the Ma Parker episodes, we haven’t seen Julie Newmar’s Catwoman since episodes 3 and 4 of this season. Well, she’s up to her old … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:29


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  • 11/11/16--01:00: Batman S:02 E:30
  • Episode Title: The Bat’s Kow Tow Original Airdate: December 15, 1966 When we last left Gotham City, Batman and Robin were about to have their eardrums turned to mush due to being trapped inside Catwoman’s giant echo chamber. They are mere seconds away from being driven completely mad! Let’s see what happens in this week’s … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:30


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  • 11/25/16--10:49: Batman S:02 E:32
  • Episode Title: The Duo is Slumming Original Airdate: December 22, 1966 When we last left Gotham City, our heroes had been captured by Riddler substitute the Puzzler (Maurice Evans) and are now tied up in the basket of a hot air balloon which is slowly rising higher and higher. Once it hits 20,000 feet, the … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:32


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  • 12/02/16--01:00: Batman S:02 E:33
  • Episode Title: The Sandman Commeth Original Airdate: December 28, 1966 When I hear the name Sadman used for a super villain I think of the shape shifting character from the world of Spider-Man. But in today’s episode of Batman we get a different Sandman. He’s brought to life actor Michael Rennie, who is probably most … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:33


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  • 12/09/16--01:00: Batman S:02 E:34
  • Episode Title: The Catwoman Goeth Original Airdate: December 29th, 1966 Last week’s episode of Batman featured a team up between a well-known villain, Catwoman (Julie Newmar) and a new villain, Sandman (Michael Rennie). The result was quite possibly one of the worst episodes in the history of the series. Can part two possibly recover? That … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:34


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  • 12/16/16--01:00: Batman S:02 E:35
  • Episode Title: The Contaminated Cowl Original Airdate: January 4, 1967 So far in the Batman series I can only think of one villain who is regularly referred to by his real name by those around him. That villain is Jervis Tetch, aka the Mad Hatter. Actor David Wayne played the character for one story arc … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:35


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  • 01/13/17--01:00: Batman S:02 E:37
  • Episode Title: The Zodiac Crimes Original Airdate: January 11, 1967 We’ve made it through 70 episodes of Batman, and so far they’ve all followed the same basic two-part story format. Producers decided to do something a bit different, though, to celebrate the one year anniversary of the show. Which brings us to the first of … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:37


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  • 01/20/17--01:00: Batman S:02 E:38
  • Episode Title: The Joker’s Hard Times Original Airdate: January 12, 1967 When we last left Gotham City, Batman and Robin were tied up underneath a giant meteorite that is just about to drop and squash them into pancakes. Meanwhile, Joker is out continuing his string of zodiac-themed crimes. Let’s see what happens next in part … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:38


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  • 01/27/17--01:00: Batman S:02 E:39
  • Episode Title: The Penguin Declines Original Airdate: January 18, 1967 When we last left Gotham City, Batman, Robin, and the Joker’s former gal Venus had all been captured by the Clown Prince of Crime and chained up to be fed to a giant monster clam. In fact, Robin has already been slurped up by the … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:39


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  • 02/03/17--01:00: Batman S:02 E:40
  • Episode Title: That Darn Catwoman Original Airdate: January 19, 1967 Batman always attracted some pretty big names to play the villains of the show. On today’s episode, though, we get a big guest star as a part of the villain’s gang. Singing star Lesley Gore joins up with Catwoman as Pussycat. She even gets to … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:40


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  • 02/10/17--01:00: Batman S:02 E:41
  • Episode Title: Scat! Darn Catwoman Original Airdate: January 25, 1967 When we last left Gotham City, Batman had been captured by Catwoman and is now strapped down to a giant rat trap. Robin, still under the control of Catwoman, is sawing away at the rope. Batman’s only hope is to agree to join up with … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:41


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  • 02/17/17--01:00: Batman S:02 E:42
  • Episode Title: Penguin is a Girl’s Best Friend Original Airdate: January 26, 1967 A few weeks ago we had our first ever three-part story of Batman. When the episodes originally aired, that would’ve set off the show’s broadcast schedule. Usually it would’ve been part one of the story on one night, part two on the … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:42


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  • 02/24/17--01:00: Batman S:02 E:43
  • Episode Title: Penguin Sets a Trend Original Airdate: February 1, 1967 When we last left Gotham City, Batman and Robin had been tied up by the Penguin and placed on a giant catapult. The rope is slowing burning through. Soon the Caped Crusaders will sail across the sky and splat somewhere in downtown Gotham. Let’s … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:43


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  • 03/03/17--01:00: Batman S:02 E:44
  • Episode Title: The Penguin’s Disastrous End Original Airdate: February 2, 1967 Well, it’s time to wrap up this big three-part Batman story. When we last left Gotham, Batman and Robin, clad in suits of armor, had been knocked out by Penguin and loaded into a scrap metal truck. Now they are in the process of … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:44


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  • 03/10/17--04:00: Batman S:02 E:45
  • Episode Title: Batman’s Anniversary Original Airdate: February 8, 1967 I’ve said many times that the highlight of Batman season one was Frank Gorshin’s performance as The Riddler. He took this, at the time, relatively minor Batman comics villain and turned him into one of the top mischief makers in the Gotham rogues gallery. Have you … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:45


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  • 03/17/17--01:00: Batman S:02 E:46
  • Episode Title: A Riddling Controversy Original Airdate: February 9, 1967 When we last saw Batman and Robin, they were sinking slowly into a giant pink cake made of quicksand. It seems like there will be nothing to stand in the Riddler’s way now. Let’s see what happens in the exciting conclusion, A Riddling Controversy. As … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:46


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  • 03/24/17--01:00: Batman S:02 E:47
  • Episode Title: The Joker’s Last Laugh Original Airdate: February 15, 1967 Sometimes I think the citizens of Gotham are pretty stupid. I mean, they do have a couple of masked heroes to save them from all the villains, but somehow the powers that be allow those villains to continue escaping after being caught for the … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:47


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  • 03/31/17--01:00: Batman S:02 E:48
  • Episode Title: The Joker’s Epitaph Original Airdate: February 16, 1967 When we last left Gotham, Robin was about to be pressed into a comic book…and none other than Bruce Wayne has his hand on the lever. It seems like Joker and his robot henchmen are about to be victorious. Let’s see what happens in part … Continue reading Batman S:02 E:48


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