After lulling his therapist to sleep with overly boring childhood stories, King Tut escapes custody, assembles a new gang, and steals $47,000 from the Rosetta Stone Company. With this money, Tut purchases a plot of land adjacent to Wayne Manor, with the ultimate goal of slant-drilling for a rare, su
- Oh! Oh, do my old eyes deceive me? Oh, happiness unbounded. Oh, great blobs of joy. Eureka! I have found it... The Batcave!
Appearing in "I'll Be a Mummy's Uncle"
- King Tut
- Florence of Arabia (Single appearance)
- H.L. Hunter (Single appearance)
- Suleiman (Single appearance)
- Joker (Cameo)
- Dr. Denton
- Manny the Mesopotamian
- Gotham City
- Florence of Arabia Nightclub
- GCPD Headquarters
- Mount Ararat Psychiatric Hospital
- Rosetta Stone Company
- Stately Wayne Manor
- Special Seismological Attachment
- Batman's Utility Belt
- Batnesia Gas
Synopsis for "I'll Be a Mummy's Uncle"
After lulling his therapist to sleep with overly boring childhood stories, King Tut escapes custody, assembles a new gang, and steals $47,000 from the Rosetta Stone Company. With this money, Tut purchases a plot of land adjacent to Wayne Manor, with the ultimate goal of slant-drilling for a rare, supposedly unbreakable metal known as "Nilanium".
Despite their best efforts, Batman and Robin are too late in deducing Tut's plan, and are unable to stop Tut and his gang from (accidentally) discovering the Batcave - and by extension, their secret identities. After a brutal melee, the Dynamic Duo subdue Tut's gang and erase their memories with Batnesia gas, but Tut himself escapes, eager to share his new knowledge with the world.
Though they have run out of Batnesia gas, Batman and Robin nevertheless pursue Tut, and find the self-styled pharaoh cornered by the police and Batgirl mere feet from the surface. Still defiant, Tut prepares to shout his foes' secret identities, but his raised voice dislodges a chunk of the cave ceiling, which lands on his head and knocks him unconscious. To the Dynamic Duo's relief, Tut awakens fully restored to his "true" personality - a mild-mannered Yale professor who knows nothing of Batman and Robin.
Shortly after, the professor is reinstated at Yale, and his former gang sent to prison. Before the authorities can relax, however, reports of an alien invasion begin sweeping Gotham.
- This episode was originally written as a second installment to "The Unkindest Tut of All", but was rewritten into an independent story before filming started.
- There remains at least one thread of continuity between the two episodes - Tut discovers the dummies which Batman had used to trick him in "The Unkindest Tut of All", and gleefully beats them to a pulp.
- King Tut's real name is finally revealed to be William Omaha McElroy.
- Tut's therapist Dr. Denton is presumably a reference to the blanket-sleeper company of the same name.
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