Batman Beyond

Season 2 Episode 7

Once Burned

Aired Saturday 9:00 AM Nov 06, 1999 on The WB
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Episode Summary

Melanie / Ten shows up again, forced back into the thieving business by the Jokerz, who are holding her family hostage.

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  • Ten/Melanie returns to stir up some trouble for Terry

    I liked the idea of bringing back a potential love interest with a girl that's on the "wrong side of the tracks" so to speak so this episode was good imo. the use of the Jokerz in this ep was handled well and the "trap" set up for Batman was nice too.
Lauren Tom

Lauren Tom

Dana Tan

Cree Summer

Cree Summer

Max Gibson

Teri Garr

Teri Garr

Mary McGinnis

Will Friedle

Will Friedle

Terry McGinnis / Batman

Ryan O'Donohue

Ryan O'Donohue

Matt McGinnis

Stockard Channing

Stockard Channing

Commissioner Barbara Gordon (1999-2000)

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Trivia: At the Jokerz hangout, Scab and Cole from "Joyride," the pig-tailed blonde from "Hidden Agenda," and the one with the polka dot dress from "Rebirth" can be seen.

    • During Ten's first raid on the Derby, she's holding her mother's sceptor. Later, when she encounters her parents, her mother has it again.

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Terry: (Ten) swore that it wasn't like it looked. She meant it. I could tell.
      Bruce: Ah, to be young again. And gullible.

    • Terry: Melanie, things have changed.
      Melanie: How? Are you saying you're not attracted to me anymore?
      Terry: No, I'm not saying that. (Terry stares up and down her body) Not at all.

    • Matt: What are you doing here in the dark?
      Terry: Watching the sun set.
      Matt: That was an hour ago.
      Terry: I know, but they're going to do an instant replay.
      Matt: Really?!?

  • NOTES (1)


    • Bennie: To bet, or not to bet?
      This is a play on words from William Shakespeare famous line: "To be, or not to be: that is the question." The line begins Hamlet's famed soliloquy in Act 3, Scene 1 of Hamlet.