When a pot plant falls on a professors noggin', he takes on the identity of feared super villain King Tut. Batman & Robin take to the streets of Gotham to catch him. For the BATMANLAND podcast, Nick and Dan have some very strong feelings on this episode - especially surrounding Bruce's interest in his date Lisa's "milk and cookies".

Dan Barrett
Presented by
Dan Barrett, Nick Bhasin
39 min 6 sec

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King Tut's Coup

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