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Batman: The Brave and The Bold: Bat-Mite Presents: Batman's Strangest Cases!

Bat-Mite presents three tales of alternate Batmans: Batboy and Rubin, Bat-Manga Batman and Robin vs. Lord Death Man, and Batman and Robin teamed up with Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. Gang to help Weird Al Yankovic when the Footlight Phantom threatens to shut down his polka performance for good.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x2
Airdate: Friday April 01st, 2011

Director: Ben Jones (2)
Writer: Paul Dini

Guest Stars
Diedrich BaderDiedrich Bader
voiced Lord Death Man
Jeff BennettJeff Bennett
voiced Rubin
Corey BurtonCorey Burton
voiced Bat-Manga Batman
Grey GriffinGrey Griffin
voiced Daphne
Jason MarsdenJason Marsden
voiced Scooby-Doo Robin
Paul ReubensPaul Reubens
voiced Bat-Mite
Mindy CohnMindy Cohn
voiced Velma
Matthew LillardMatthew Lillard
voiced Shaggy
Frank WelkerFrank Welker
voiced Batboy / Fred / Scooby-Doo / Scooby-Doo Batman
Weird Al YankovicWeird Al Yankovic
voiced Himself


In Cosmopolis, Batboy and Rubin find themselves up against the Fugle Gang and Rubin panics. Batboy says they should run, but then realizes he has a vial of secret gas in his utility belt. He makes quick work of the villains and then the heroes depart in their Battlemobile. Rubin is confident that they've eliminated the person or persons responsible for the recent killing spree. However, he discovers a pair of gloves in the glove compartment... with a corpse inside. Batboy switches to the Battlecycle and they try to swing down on the ones responsible. They go through a wall and find themselves facing the Dead-End Kids, the Fleagle Gang. Batboy and Rubin run until Batboy realizes he has tiny hairbrushes hidden in his utility belt, and administers a series of spankings...

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Episode Quotes
Rubin: But Batboy, haven't you got some little ole tiny vial of secret gas in your belt to stop them?
Batboy: Here's a secret gas that rids the body of offending odors. Wait, that's my deodorant. Ah-ha! The secretest vial containing the secretest weapon of all! Tiny hairbrushes! (spanking the kid villains) Boy, if these were Dead-End Kids before, their ends will be dead now.

Chorus: He flies and fights. Batman! Purity and virtue, Batman! Cowards run away, Batman saves the day! Also, Boy Wonder Robin! Batman and Robin, Caped Crusaders at night! Biff pow zap, Batman!

Bat-Manga Robin: Lord Death Man has paid the price for his villainy. Although I'm certain he parachuted away to safety.
Bat-Manga Batman: I'm sure we shall meet again. Ah-ha-ha-ha.

Bat-Mite: Lord Death Man parachuted to safety. Riiighht. Who doesn't love English dubbing and Japanese animation?

Bat-Mite: Scooby-Doo, Batman, and Weird Al. It's the holy trinity of pop culture!

Scooby-Doo Batman: Hey, kids, we hope you're enjoying our adventure with Scooby-Doo. But we'd like to take a moment to talk about what to do in case you get attacked by a shark.
Scooby-Doo Robin: That's right, Batman. Shark attacks could be scary. But you can defend yourself with a Bat-Aquatic Menace Neutralizer. Make sure it's on the proper setting. If a shark grabs your cape, don't panic. Any quality crime-fighting cape should be equipped with a quick-release collar.
Scooby-Doo Batman: Of course, my cape has been soaked in shark repellent for just such an occasion. Remember these tips, and you'll know what to do if a shark attacks!

Weird Al Yankovic: Joker's trapdoor slid me right into the theater's old elevator shaft. Luckily, there was all this cash at the bottom to break my fall.
Fred: So the only question now is, what to do with it? We can't return it to Bulldog Benson.
Shaggy: Like, we could split it up.
Weird Al Yankovic: Or, I could use it to finance my life-long dream. To turn the old music hall into the Polka and Novelty Song Hall of Fame.
Shaggy: Or we could, like, split it up.
Scooby-Doo Batman: My good friend, millionaire Bruce Wayne, is a big polka fan. I'm reasonably sure he'd match your contribution, Al.
Weird Al Yankovic: That's wonderful, Batman. Done.
Shaggy: Or, like, we could still split it up.

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerSam Register
ProducerMichael Jelenic  |  James Tucker
EditorJoe Gall
CastingAndrea Romano
Line ProducerAmy McKenna
MusicLolita Ritmanis  |  Kristopher Carter  |  Michael McCuistion
Re-Recording MixerJohn K. Hegedes  |  Robert Hargreaves
On-Line EditorChristopher Lozinski
OtherBrian E.S. Jones (Executive in Charge of Production/Cartoon Network)  |  Tramm Wigzell (Executive in Charge of Production/Cartoon Network)
Production SupervisorHoward Schwartz (2)  |  Geno Dubois
Voice DirectorAndrea Romano
Production ManagementEd Adams
Main Title ThemeAndy Sturmer
Main Title DesignJames Tucker  |  Peter Girardi
Production AccountantAthena Wingate  |  Luisa Guzman
Recording Machine OperatorJeff O. Collins
Casting AdministratorLiz Carroll  |  Susan Chieco
Created ByBob Kane
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