Batman Gotham Knights

Season 1 Episode 12

Torch Song

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Aired Unknown Jun 13, 1998 on The WB
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Torch Song
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Garfield Lynns becomes the villain Firefly to exact revenge against his former girlfriend, a pop star named Cassidy. His reign of terror leads to a confrontation with the Dark Knight.

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    Robert Costanzo

    Robert Costanzo

    Detective Harvey Bullock

    Tara Strong

    Tara Strong

    Barbara Gordon / Batgirl

    Efrem Zimbalist Jr.

    Efrem Zimbalist Jr.

    Alfred Pennyworth

    Kevin Conroy

    Kevin Conroy

    Bruce Wayne / Batman

    Mark Rolston

    Mark Rolston

    Garfield Lynns / Firefly

    Guest Star

    Karla DeVito

    Karla DeVito

    Cassidy

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    David Paymer

    David Paymer

    Frank

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Bruce: So what are you doing tonight?
        Barbara: The same thing we do every night, Pinky.
        Bruce: What?
        Barbara: Never mind.

      • Bullock: Get some pictures. I'm gonna check the fridge.
        Cop: Yeah, there's a lot of evidence in there, Detective.
        Bullock: Shut up.

      • Bruce: Who is this Cassidy, anyway?
        Shannon: Only the hottest singer in the world, Bruce. What cave have you been hiding in?

      • Cassidy: Let it go, Garfield. Whatever you thought we had is as cold as a burnt-out fuse!
        Garfield Lynns: Hey! You're the expert on burning people, you little tramp!

    • NOTES (3)

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      • Barbara: (answering Bruce Wayne's question "What are you doing tonight?") The same thing we do every night, Pinky.
        This exchange is a variation of the lines that begin and end every episode of Pinky and the Brain, an animated series about two lab mice who spend each night trying to take over the world. At the time this episode first aired, both of these series aired on the WB, so this was probably an in-joke. Naturally, Bruce had absolutely no idea what Barbara was talking about.

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