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Batman: The Pharaoh's in a Rut (2)
Bruce Wayne is racing down a 300-foot hill on an ambulance gurney thanks s to King Tut and his henchmen. After escaping death, Batman tricks Tut into abducting him, only to be captured and placed in the ancient Theban pebble torture, which causes madness in the minds of its victims.
Bruce, strapped to the gurney, bursts through the construction signs and heads for the cliff. He manages to free himself and grab the barrier rail just in time as the gurney plummets off the cliff...Read the full recap
Nefertiti: Batman? He turns me on.
King Tut: Nefertiti. We could have you filleted for that.
Nefertiti: But he's so handsome. And clean-cut and groovy.
King Tut: We forbid you to speak well of our deadliest enemy!
Batman: I'll know more after I've delved into the secret archives of the Antiquarian Library of Alexandria.
Commissioner Gordon: Alexandria? Oh, you mean that delightful suburb of Washington, D.C.
Batman: No, Commissioner, Alexandria, Egypt.
Batman: It's time to get set, Robin. It's almost Oda Wabba Simba.
Robin: Almost what?
Batman: Oda Wadda Simba. Almost six o'clock in our nomenclature. In the 14th Dynasty, the Hour of the Hyena. The time when ancient Egyptian super-criminals invariably struck.
Robin: Gosh, Batman, is there anything you don't know?
Batman: Ah. Oh yes, Robin. Several things, in fact.
Robin: Right, Alfred, this one we gotta pull ourselves. To the Batmobile!
Alfred: To the... Batmobile? But... you don't have a... license to drive, Master Robin.
Robin: But you do!
Robin: What the heck. The failure signal.
Batman: Circuits on the blink, I'm afraid.
Robin: How can it be?
Batman: Human mechanisms are made by human hands, Robin. None of them is infallible. It's a lesson which must be faced.