This was the last cliffhanger for Batman and Robin.
Commissioner Gordon: His speech on the teleprompter had been frozen and in its place there was a message from Mr Freeze.
Chief O'Hara: Bless me suspender buttons!
Mr. Freeze: Fifty million dollars is not to be sneezed at. Of course, I never catch cold.
Mr. Freeze: (surprised by the Dynamic Duo's sudden appearance) How did you keep from getting vaporized? How did you land outside the iceberg and get on it without me seeing you? How did you find ze entrance to the ice ladders?
Glacia Glaze: Oh, darling, stop spitting ice cubes.
Batman: (giving the helpful seal a fish) She deserves more than thanks, she deserves a reward.
Robin: Where'd you get a live fish, Batman?
Batman: A true crimefighter always carries everything he needs in his utility belt, Robin.
Commissioner Gordon once more gives mention of his daughter, Barbara, in this episode. Although she debuted in the comics a few months before (January 1967), she had yet to debut on the TV series.
Once again, the series edits footage from the 1966 Batman: The Movie of The Dynamic Duo flying in The Batcopter.
Commissioner Gordon: Oh, Batman, wherefore art thou?
Commissioner Gordon gives his version of the famous line from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Unfortunately, he makes the common mistake of presuming that 'wherefore' means 'where', while it actually means 'why'.
Commissioner Gordon: Okay, Nanook, let's go.
Referencing the 1922 film Nanook of the North, a silent documentary about the lives of Inuit Eskimos.