Bruce Wayne / Batman
Commissioner Gordon (Episode 35-present; guest otherwise)
Cosmo Krank / Toymaker
Batman sure is lucky Krank isn't all that bright. He blows his secret identity twice (because there's no sane way Batman can just show up wherever Bruce Wayne is, with Wayne just magically disappearing and anybody can tell that), and Krank can't connect the dots either time. Batman should be more careful in the future, in case he fights a smarter foe.
If it was night, then how come when Bruce went to Krank's factory, was it daylight?
Toymaker: (to Batman) I own your weak Bat-butt!
Toymaker: Who's got who?
Cash: Oh no!
Krank: Welcome to Kranky Town, Wayne. The play land children will never get to enjoy all because of you! Maybe my toys weren't the safest, but they were Fim, Foobly fun, and now you get to join my collection. A little dip in my river of molten plastic and voila! My very own limited edition "Bruce Wayne: Not An Action Figure".
Krank: Can Bruce come out and play? No? He's been buried over a building? Aw!
Batman: You like playing with toys, Krank? Try mine.
Cash: (to Krank) Freeze, toy geek!
Cash: (to Alfred) Backseat, Freddy. Cash Tankenson always drives.
Toymaker: Broke your toy! Boo-hoo! (Toymaker presses a button on his toy to activate a missile but fails)
Batman: Refill sold separately.
Cash: (to Batman) You know, Wayne's just a spoiled rich kid, but you, Bats ... you're all right. Need a wingman? (Batman swings away on his bat-grapple) That's cool. Cash prefers working alone.
Cash: (with hand on heart) Don't let many people in here, but Cash has got feelings too.
Cash: How about some more nachos? Extra jalapenos!
Alfred: (under his breath) Right away, Detective Shades.
Toymaker: You thought my toys were dangerous before, Wayne?
Toymaker: Well, get a load of the new model. It's do-diddly-deadly!
Toymaker: New from Krank Co., Battle-Damaged Detective!
Toymaker: Zoo Pets now come with extreme mangling action!
Cash: (to Batman) Uh, that whole "Cash begging for his life" thing never happened, right?
Cash: (to Bruce very seriously) I know you were ... you were out ... partying! Without your wingman!
Patton Oswalt and Patrick Warburton have also worked together on Kim Possible. Even the characters they play are similar: a diminutive, maniacal, masked villain and a tough by-the-book guy, respectively. Also, Toymaker's m.o. and belled jester's cap are reminiscent of another Disney villain, Darkwing Duck's Quackerjack.
Despite various websites listing him as "Toymaker," the character is actually only known as Cosmo Krank in this episode. He is also only listed as Cosmo Krank in this episode's credits.
The phrase "Detective Shades" returns. It was first used in "JTV".
Original International Air Dates:
United Kingdom: April 29, 2006
Czech Republic: February 21, 2010 on TV Nova
Starting with this episode, Mitch Pileggi ("Commissioner Gordon") is now credited as part of the main cast.
This marks the second episode Batgirl does not appear in since her debut. Oddly enough, both episodes (the first being "A Fistful of Felt") were written by Steven Melching.
Cash Tankenson (from "JTV") returns.
The Toymaker is introduced.
The ad for the Cosmo Flier mentions the slogan, "it's up, up, and away!" This is a reference to Superman's well-known pre-flight exclamation, "up, up, and away!"
n/a: Cosmo Frank and Ned Flanders
Cosmo's annoying habit of adding nonsensical syllables to his words is reminiscent of The Simpsons character, Ned Flanders.
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