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Batman and Robin escape Catwoman's trap by humming in a different key which shatters the glass. On their way out, they meet up with Bellgoody, who informs them of Catwoman's plot to steal Chad and Jeremy's voices. At the concert, Chad and Jeremy sing “Distant Shores” and right in the middle of the sThe Bat's Kow Tow is an episode of season 2 of Batman. It premiered on December 15, 1966.

Synopsis for "The Bat's Kow Tow"

Batman and Robin escape Catwoman's trap by humming in a different key which shatters the glass. On their way out, they meet up with Bellgoody, who informs them of Catwoman's plot to steal Chad and Jeremy's voices. At the concert, Chad and Jeremy sing “Distant Shores” and right in the middle of the song, Catwoman uses her Voice Eraser on them and the Dynamic Duo show up. Well equipped with see-in-the-dark glasses, they make their getaway by switching off the lights, leaving Batman and Robin to control a frustrated crowd.

The next morning, Batman and Robin gust Star on the Allan Stevens television show, assuring Gotham that Chad and Jeremy's voices will be restored. Catwoman and her henchpersons show up to make her ransom for the return of their voices: eight million pounds plus 22,407,000 dollars. The payment will be made by England since Chad and Jeremy pay so much income tax that if it were to stop, "The whole empire might crumble and the British pound would be deflated." She then leaves, covering her escape with a sneeze bomb, but not before delivering an ultimatum: either she gets paid by noon or she turns her voice eraser loose on everyone.

Batman and Robin seek audience with Sir Stirling Habits at the British Consul, who receives a phone call from his friend Harold with the news that the British government has decided not to go ahead with Catwoman's ransom, preferring the sales of Chad and Jeremy's records. When his majordomo Rhett informs them that the Dynamic Duo's admirers have blocked the exists to the building, they make their leave via batrope. On the way down, Batman and Robin meet Don Ho.

At Commissioner Gordon's office, Chief O'Hara presents the Dynamic Duo with a recorded phone call of Catwoman, who has gone with Plan B: Pay the ransom in 4 hours, or she will turn her voice eraser loose on everyone in the world. Hearing a faint sound in the background, Batman decides to take it back to the Batcave to have it analyzed.

Appearing in "The Bat's Kow Tow"

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Antagonists:

  • Catwoman
    • Eenie (Final appearance)
    • Meanie (Final appearance)
    • Miney (Final appearance)
    • Moe (Final appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Benton Bellgoody (Final appearance)
  • Chad & Jeremy
  • Don Ho
  • KGC-TV
    • Allan Stevens (Single appearance)
  • Mr. Oceanbring (Single appearance)
  • Sir Sterling Habits (Final appearance)
  • Jack Robinson (Mentioned only)

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Trivia

Maurice Dallimore reprises his role as the British Delegate from the Batman movie. It is revealed that the character is named "Sir Sterling Habits".


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