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It's time to Batusi like an Egyptian and check out the debut of King Tut in this week's Batman
By
Dan Barrett

20 Oct 2017 - 5:17 PM  UPDATED 6 Nov 2017 - 3:37 PM

There are two moments in this week's (thrilling?) installment of the 1966 Batman that will undoubtedly be the highlight of your TV viewing week.

First, there's Adam West going CRAZY BANANAS with his most extreme on-screen Batusi dance moves yet:

And then there is Nefertiti - she's King Tut's sidekick in this episode and could not have greater disdain for the ridiculous man. She also seems incredibly bored by the whole enterprise. But, there is one thing that lights up her life in this episode:

We dare you not to fall in love with her.

This week on the BATMANLAND podcast, Dan and Nick are joined by Bat super-fan and digital journalist Chloe Sargeant. The three of them try and keep it professional as they fight their feelings for Nefertiti while providing comprehensive analysis of these wildly important TV installments. 

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The Curse Of Tut (Season 1, Episode 27)

The Pharaoah's In a Rut (Season 1, Episode 28)

 

Batman airs every Friday evening on SBS VICELAND at 6:30pm.

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