The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse

Season 2 Episode 3

Bat with a Golden Tongue / Mundane Voyage

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Aired Saturday 12:00 AM Oct 01, 1988 on CBS
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Bat with a Golden Tongue / Mundane Voyage
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A) MM helps Bat-bat come to terms with his crack addiction (wise cracking that is, but the word crack is used in the show). B) MM and Pearl are miniaturized by the Adam smasher (a fat guy named Adam sits on them) and enter the president's body to save the day.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Mona Marshall

    Mona Marshall

    Various Voices

    Joe Alaskey

    Joe Alaskey

    Voice of Sourpuss/ Various Characters

    Clive Revill

    Clive Revill

    Various Voices

    Michael Pataki

    Michael Pataki

    Voice of The Cow/ Various Characters

    Alan Oppenheimer

    Alan Oppenheimer

    Additional Voices

    Maggie Roswell

    Maggie Roswell

    Voice of Pearl Pureheart/ Additional Characters

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Mighty Mouse: Tell me, Bat-Bat...do you always engage in such snappy repartee?

        Bat-Bat: No, today I'm wearing Fruit Of The Loom.

      • Bat-Bat: I tell jokes, but I'm no knee-slapper.

        Mighty Mouse: Think so? I'll bet you can't go five seconds without telling a joke.

        Bat-Bat: Ha! Time me!

        Mighty Mouse: (puts a stopwatch on Bat-Bat) Go! One second...two...three...four...

        Bat-Bat: (very fast) MY MOTHER-IN-LAW IS SO FAT SHE HAS HER OWN ZIP CODE! AHHH!!!

      • Awards host: (after discovering the awards have been stolen and replaced) Ping-pong balls?

        Mighty Mouse: Only one man could have been behind this, Bat-Bat!

        Bat-Bat: Yes, but Captain Kangaroo's been in reruns for years!

    • NOTES (5)

      • Watch quickly for an appearance by Strongman (of Bakshi's 1966 cartoon The Mighty Heroes).

      • Madam Marsupial makes her second appearance on the show.

      • Ski-Nose,the villain in Bat With A Golden Tongue, is a caricature of Bob Hope. He's the only villain cheap enough to drive half a car, which Hope did in a series of Texaco commercials--as Bat-Bat beats up the henchmen, Ski-Nose even invokes the Hope tagline for Texaco with "He really knocks out the knocks, doesn't he?"

      • The President is, for a variable reason, Abraham Lincoln.

      • Bat With A Golden Tongue is presumed to be a make-good for the alleged cocaine reference in the previous season's The Littlest Tramp. As such, Bat-Bat's final line was dubbed over with a long scream. From his lip movements he appeared to say "Just say no to wisecracks," or something along that line.

    • ALLUSIONS (5)

      • Microscopic farmer Wile E. Coli

        Double egded allusion: The name is a play on the iconic Warner Bros. cartoon star Wile E. Coyote, as well as it references E. coli, a bacteria.

      • Bat-Bat's above comment about the classic CBS children's show Captain Kangaroo stems from instances in the show when Mr. Moose would get the Captain to say something that would cause hundreds of ping-pong balls to rain down on him.

      • Soul Caboose: The dance show at the end is a spoof of the long-running series Soul Train.

      • Bat-Bat: Klaatu! Baraga! Nicotine!

        As Bat-Bat faces a shadowy figure he believes not of this world (only to reveal it was Mighty Mouse), he utters this malapropism of the line in the 1951 film The Day The Earth Stood Still, which was "Klaatu barada nikto" (translated, "Klaatu is dead").

      • Episode title Mundane Voyage

        Alludes to the 1967 movie Fantastic Voyage, about a team of scientists shrunk to microscopic size and injected into a human's body.

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