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.