The Batman

Season 3 Episode 7

The Laughing Cats

Aired Saturday 11:30 AM Nov 19, 2005 on The CW
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The Laughing Cats
When a rare Black Siberian Leopard is stolen, Batman and Batgirl suspect Catwoman and go to protect the second Black Siberian Leopard. But what happens when Joker beats them to the punch and brings the cats to Killgore Steed? It's a maze of doom with dangerous creatures. Can Catwoman, Batman, and Batgirl escape, or will they end up on Joker's wall?moreless

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  • A great continuation of "Ragdoll To Riches", and some more sidekick issues!

    Finally, we get to know a little more about Catwoman in this episode. It is great to learn her motivations about the felines, instead of only seeing her stealing art pieces in connection with the feline world. In this episode, she started looking more like the Catwoman of “Batman: The Animated Series”, fighting against Roland Dagget. Except that this time the part was played by the Joker. It was a great occasion to see him with his dear hyenas – which I hope will make other appearances.

    Then there’s this new ambiguity in Catwoman’s character: will she become part of Batman’s team or always deceive him? That’s a good reference to their relationship in the comic book.

    Last but not least, another relationship is re-examined in this episode. Batman has to admit Batgirl is really becoming his sidekick, she is even proving to be more accurate than him about Catwoman’s behaviour. That should be a start for a new level in their team.moreless
  • It's an unlikely alliance between Batman, Batgirl, and Catwoman as the three of them set out to stop Joker from selling two rare black siberian leopards who will hunted into extinction by Killgore Steed. Meanwhile, Batgirl is starting to have second thougmoreless

    - I really liked it when Batman told Batgirl that her instincts were right about not trusting Catwoman in the beginning.

    - I also liked it when Batman told Batgirl aka Barbara Gordon (Batman is the only one who knows who Batgirl really is. Batgirl doesn't know who Batman is, she came pretty close in the episode "A Dark Knight to Remember")that she makes a better Batgirl than a Catgirl.

    - When Batgirl said "He barely lets me sidekick!" and Batman's eyes inside of his mask went wide, I said "Ouch, she (meaning Batgirl) told you (meaning Batman)!"moreless
  • Joker and Catwoman return and Killgore makes his 1st appearance!

    The Laughing Cats is an above average episode definetly worth your time. The interaction of batman batgirl and Catwoman was brilliant. Catwoman was extremely manipulative in this episode coming closer to her comic book counterpart. She tricked batgirl into thinking she was turning hero and used the hyenas to help her out against their master. I liked how batman began trusting Catwoman and by the end it was batgirl who trusted her up to the last 5 minutes. I do NOT like the fact, however, that Killgore, a Flash villain, appeared as a character who really did not do much. Also Joker appears in this even though he appeared in the last episode, Brawn. This episode is still good though, even with all of its kinks.moreless
  • a good episode

    This episode is good in lots of ways. I think that batgirl and batman grew more together in crime fighting partners. Catwoman was a good mix in this but joker. this series uses joker way to much and he is getting old why can they bring in a new villian like two face or scarecrow . Im just sick of him other than that a good episode z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z zmoreless

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