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Batman: Batman Displays His Knowledge (2)
Escaping from the burning end Catwoman planned for them, the Dynamic Duo turn their attention to figuring out Catwoman's next caper. She manages to steal twelve million dollars worth of Batagonian Cat's Eye Opals from the Forever Jewel Company, but then cannot find a fence to resell them! Even Freddie Touché, her usual connection, won't touch them. When Batman approaches him to learn if Catwoman has contacted him, he visits the Femme Feline with his own idea: turn in the opals for the reward! Catwoman agrees, but then Freddie discovers that Batman has been one step ahead of them all. Catwoman tries one last plan to destroy Batman...
Batman: Perhaps those few drops will burn through these ropes. It's about to trickle over the lip, Robin.
Robin: But there's many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip, Batman.
Batman: Very good, Robin.
Robin: Thank you, Batman.
Robin: I don't know how we do it, Batman.
Batman: What do you mean?
Robin: The way we get into these scrapes and get out of them. It's almost as though someone was dreaming up these situations, guiding our destiny.
Batman: Things like that only happen in the movies, Robin. This is real life.
Robin: I guess you're right.
Batman: Let's go.
Amber Forever: You're Catwoman!
The Catwoman: In the fur.
Captain Courageous: I've heard about them out in California, Commissioner Gordon, but the idea of crime-fighters in such fantastic costumes seemed too incredible to believe. We never had anything like that in Hollywood.
Batman: You're very beautiful, Catwoman.
The Catwoman: Yes, you're quite right. I am.
Batman: Your propinquity could make a man forget himself.
The Catwoman: I don't know what that means, but... it sure sounds nice.
Batman: What about Robin?
The Catwoman: Well, I'll have him killed. Painlessly. Well, he is a bit of a bore with his "Holy" this and "Holy" that.
The Catwoman: Penn, pack up those baubles in your old kit-bag.
Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit-Bag is a popular World War I marching song.
Chimes Square is a send-up of New York's Times Square, a large and important intersection that spans many blocks.