The Batman

Season 2 Episode 3

Fire & Ice

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Aired Saturday 11:30 AM May 28, 2005 on The CW
8.2
out of 10
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110 votes
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Firefly and Mr. Freeze team up to put their devastating plan into action: permanently putting Gotham City in a never-ending winter. Once the policeman's gala charity ball is put on ice, it's all up to the Batman.

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  • There was potential for more.

    8.5
    Like in every episode in this cartoon, you would wish that they would make better use of the material. The collaboration between Firefly and Mr. Freeze was sort of a surprise, and the fight between them was entertaining to watch. You would wish that they would have fought for a little bit longer. The fight scenes with the Batman weren't as fun to watch, but they were still pretty decent. The scene where Bruce Wayne thought that Yin knew about his identity was a bit suspenseful as it sounded like she did know he was the Batman. Overall though, you still wish they would have done more with some of the concepts they used in the episode instead of cram it all in a single episode.moreless
  • Firefly and Mr. Freeze have teamed up into making Gotham City a permanent winter city. Only Batman can put a stop to them. The question is, that how would Batman put a stop to the villains before the city was for the taking of the villains of elements?moreless

    9.3
    Firefly and Mr. Freeze together? The question is why? I said that is because of their differences. Firefly was a hired criminal and Mr. Freeze was a diamond thief. However, another main differences for them is that Firefly is fire and Freeze is ice. I like the appearance of Batman wearing the arctic suit for the second time. The first one is in The Big Chill. Also, in the series, Yin was almost close into figuring out that Batman is Bruce Wayne. What I don't like was that Freeze goes into rage to attack Firefly for making mistakes while working.moreless
  • A basic \"opposites\" team up

    3.1
    This has been done before. What could\'ve more creative is if Freeze and Firefly had an ongoing battle in which is the more superior element Fire or Ice and this battle would take place in Gotham. That I think would have been a better episode than this team up crap in which I really starting to dislike from this series.
  • The Batman is forced to rescue Gotham City, when Mr. Freeze and Firefly imprison the entire GCPD in a block of ice.

    7.0
    I really wasn't expecting much from this episode. After all, it features the most bland version of Mr. Freeze since Arnold Schwarzenegger played him in 1997, adding to the fact that it uses one of the most ridiculously cliched villains in the Batman mythos (Firefly, for all those who didn't read the summary). All of this proves that originality is hard to come by some times, as both villains arer opposites (now where have I heard of that one before?) and that the inadvertedly team-up. The only thing that saves this episode is the fact that Batman is finally accepted by the people of Gotham in the closing moments.moreless
Alastair Duncan

Alastair Duncan

Alfred Pennyworth

Rino Romano

Rino Romano

Bruce Wayne / Batman

Ming-Na

Ming-Na

Detective Ellen Yin

Jason Marsden

Jason Marsden

Firefly

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Clancy Brown

Clancy Brown

Mr. Freeze

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Jesse Corti

Jesse Corti

Chief Angel Rojas

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