Season 3 Episode 24

The Joker's Flying Saucer

Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Feb 29, 1968 on ABC

Episode Fan Reviews (3)

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  • Batman Goes After The Joker....In A U.F.O.?

    This bottom of the barrel silly episode is the worse or one of the worse episodes of the series.
    While almost at the end of the series itself.More than likely the episodes later was almost as bad if not worse.
    The silliness of the series reached an all time low right here.
    I have always loved the Joker (Played by Romero) but not here!
  • One of the more bizarre "Batman" episodes you will ever see...why this wasn't the first episode aired in the series, I'll never should have been, with Batgirl appearing in all the "Batman" episodes.

    The Joker is even more erratic than usual, breaking a mad scientist out of prison and launching a flying saucer as part of his plot to take over the world, something that The Brain in "Pinky & The Brain" could only dream about doing...this should have introduced viewers to the "Batman" TV series the way the short introductory Killer Moth film introduced limited numbers of viewers to the Batgirl character. Even more so, Killer Moth should have been a supporting character in this episode, leading to his own role in a future storyline. Since it got relegated to the third-to-last episode aired, however, "Joker's Flying Saucer" falls just short of excellent.
  • The Joker is back in Gotham again and this time he plans to create a flying saucer and take over the world!!

    This episode is not the best Joker episode I have ever seen but it does keep you interested. The plot is okay, some weak spots but as you all know this was the third to last episode of the series. Cesar\'s performance is good, he will always be the Joker sadly this episode doesnot capture his full \"power\". Overall fair episode.