Batman Beyond

Season 2 Episode 10

Mind Games

Aired Saturday 9:00 AM Dec 04, 1999 on The WB
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Terry receives a telepathic plea for help from a young girl who he encountered the day before.

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  • A classic and genuinely spooky episode i certainly wasnt expecting that

    Bats rescues a car that has been struck by lightining

    the \"family\" including a strange little girl are less than grateful and barely talk at all.

    Later as terry Mcginnis he starts to receive visions of the girl asking for help. he discovers the girl was taken by

    a secret cabal of gifted humans.

    Bats must free her before she leaves the country

    but these guys dont mess around

    the episode sees bats totally outclassed in every fight

    taking a fearful pounding from the ayran muscle guy,cruella de Vil and the tubby floater.

    I liked that the kid helps him out so much

    and practically rescues herself

    An offbeat and interesting ep

    Watch out for what happens to ayran muscle guy at the end

  • Call from Afar

    This is one of my favorate episode's it's pritty much Batman doing "The Dead Zone" and in a strange way this episode almost feels more like a TV episode of "The Dead Zone".

    What makes this episode great for me is just the interaction between both the little girl and Terry/Batman. I actually found myself caring about this girl, who just wanted to be back with her family and live a normal life. I also love how both characters have to work together to help one another which creates a thought provoking element. Your hoping that the girl can supply Terry with enough clues, so that he can track her down on time.

    At time this episode has sort of a sense of atmosphere, I can't really describe it but it really gave a spooky feeling of isolation. It really added to the suspense because that's sort of what this episode at times felt like almost a horror movie.

    There is always more than one way to communicate.moreless

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