Batman Beyond

Season 2 Episode 11


Aired Saturday 9:00 AM Dec 11, 1999 on The WB



  • Trivia

    • Trivia: Willie Watt is inmate #7725.

    • When Willie crashes Nelson's convertible into the school, there is a shot with two white flags on the school's roof, and another shot with two flag poles near the steps in front of the school. However, in every other scene, there are no flags outside the building.

    • Trivia: We find out that Blade's real name is Bobbi Sommer.

  • Quotes

    • Terry: Ghost?
      Blade: The ghost of Garrison Jacobs. The kid that was killed when they built the east wing.
      Dana: Where have you been the last two weeks? In a cave?
      Terry: Uh...

    • Bruce: They are drawn to these things. It's an obsession.
      Terry: Your area of expertise.

    • Terry: An invisible boy in the showers. Why didn't I think of that?
      Dana: What?
      Terry: Never mind.

    • Bruce: These people believe anything they can't explain is magic.
      Terry: Naturally, you don't believe in that kind of thing.
      Bruce: Of course, I do. I've seen it all. Demons, witch boys, immortals, zombies. But this thing... I don't know. It just feels so... high school.

  • Notes

    • Bruce's speech on seeing witch boys, immortals, zombies and demons is true. He dealt with a witch boy and a demon when he was Batman in the Batman: Gotham Knights episode "The Demon Within," the immortal Ra's Al Ghul in various episodes, and zombies and an immortal in the Justice League episode "Paradise Lost" (although the latter hadn't aired yet when this episode premiered as Justice League wasn't planned until the end of Batman Beyond Season 3).

  • Allusions

    • Batman: Okay, Casper...
      Casper the Friendly Ghost (1945) is the main character of the animated cartoon series of the same name from Paramount Studios. The Casper character has since become a successful franchise, which includes several short feature films, comic books, television specials, and a 1995 live-action film called Casper.

    • Max: Not your Phantom Menace?
      Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999) is a film by George Lucas. It is the first in the trilogy-prequel to the original trilogy of Star Wars films.

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