Maty Dee: (as their machinegun runs out of ammo) Curses! We're out of ammunition.
Robin: Maybe it's a trick to get us out from behind our Bat-shield.
Batman: No trick, Robin. They are out of ammunition.
Robin: How do you know?
Batman: Easy. I've been counting their bullets.
Bailiff: Mr. Penguin and his rascally restaurateurs.
Judge Moot: On what charge?
Bailiff: Various, your honor--kidnapping of a police chief. Illegal electrification of a swimming pool. Littering public property with machinegun cartridges without license thereof. Attempted murder, mayhem, battery, and compound assault.
Judge Moot: Dear me, most serious.
Robin: I bet Batman is the only one in the world with a hand steady enough to paint false fingerprints.
Batman: Come, come now, Robin, don't exaggerate. All it takes is a little practice and a bit of patience.
Judge Moot takes his name from moot, an archaic term for a body that exercised various political powers in England, among them judicial powers (like a modern court, more or less).