Commisioner Gordon: I don't believe there ever have been or ever will be two such selfless people.
Chief O'Hara: They've certainly made my job a whole lot easier, Commissioner.
Commissioner Gordon: And mine. I think if I were to ask, Batman would give me the cape right off his back. What a man!
Eenie: Why don't you steal Batman's voice while you're at it?
Catwoman: Never. One of the few joys I have in life is when his rich, manly baritone caresses my ears with, "Catwoman, you're under arrest." Ooh, it makes everything worthwhile.
Robin: Holy hangover, what'd she do that for!
Batman: I'm afraid... we've been drugged, Robin.
Robin: I--I guess you can never trust a woman.
Batman: You've made a hasty... generalization, Robin. It's--it's a bad habit to get into it. But in this situ--situation it's entirely appro... appro... appro... (they pass out)
Batman: (to Robin) When you get a little older, you'll see how easy it is to become lured by the female of the species.
Narrator: Zounds! What sounds! Will Batman be reduced to a handsome robot, fit only to serve Catwoman? Is Robin to become little more than a cuddly teddy bear for Eenie? The answers to these and other ear-shattering questions tomorrow!! Same Cat-Time!! Same Cat-Channel!!
Dick: Sorry, I'm not interested in dance lessons.
Bruce: Wait a minute, Dick. The junior prom's coming up, isn't it?
Dick: Yes, but...
Bruce: We don't want you to be a wallflower, do we? Dancing is an integral part of every young man's education.
Dick: Gosh, Bruce. You're right.
Catwoman: Catwoman is top dog around here and let's not forget it, Eenie!
Dick: (After Catwoman sneezes from the dogwood) Why, you're no dance teacher. You're Catwoman!
Catwoman: Eenie, sometimes I think you left your brain in San Francisco. This is a pun on I Left My Heart in San Francisco, a major hit for Tony Bennett in 1962.