Can you fill in these Batman episode titles with the right villains?

Was it the Joker, the Penguin or the Clock King that had a flying saucer?

The iconic theme song, the wonky camera angles and Robin’s catchphrases all help make the Sixties Batman a fan favorite, but what really sets it apart are the gloriously over-the-top villains. The series featured obscure personalities like Egghead and Bookworm along with well-known adversaries like the Joker and the Riddler.

Many of the show’s fun episode titles featured a villain. We’ve covered up the names in the images below. Can you fill in who belongs in each title?

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  1. ______ is Wild
  2. The Curse of ______
  3. The ______'s Nest
  4. The ______ Cometh
  5. Pop Goes the ______
  6. ______'s Dressed to Kill
  7. True or ______
  8. Instant ______
  9. Ring Around the ______
  10. That Darn ______
  11. ______'s Provokers
  12. ______'s Coup
  13. ______'s False Notion
  14. ______'s Flying Saucer
  15. ______'s Crazy Crimes

Can you fill in these Batman episode titles with the right villains?

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Keith 13 months ago
13/15 I got 5 and 13 wrong.. Holy imperfect score Batman!
2103634076 18 months ago
Holy guacamole!! I sucked the batgas gas pipe. 8 of 15, KLUNK.
vinman63 18 months ago
Surprise no mention of the episode with John Astin as the Riddler and Carolyn Jones as Marsha Queen of diamonds.
Moverfan vinman63 18 months ago
I believe they hired Mr. Astin to play the Riddler because Mr. Gorshan wasn't available. Why he wasn't available and if he ever returned to the character, I don't know.
Terrence vinman63 18 months ago
John Astin was a terrible Riddler🙄
vinman63 18 months ago
Frank Goshin smoked 5 packs a day. Even at his death bed he was still smoking.
Snickers 18 months ago
Please put Batman on Saturday night from 10:00PM to 11:00 and dump that dumb Sventoonie!
TonyClifton 18 months ago
15/15. Holy easy quiz, Batman!
ELEANOR 18 months ago
11/15 I think that I did pretty well. Those titles were easy to figure out since a lot of them were take-offs on familiar quotes. And the last time I watched Batman, telephones with dials were still the latest thing!
vinman63 ELEANOR 18 months ago
Similar with the Three stooges and their titles as parodies on current sayings ir movies at the time.
GeorgeKolter 18 months ago
ok metv bringing back Batman all this time, how about putting it on for the summer in an weekday time slot? suffering from an severe case of western fatigue, looking forward to first collectors call Batman recycled a lot of scenes in its run put back on weekdays.
LoveMETV22 GeorgeKolter 18 months ago
I'd rather see it once a week. If they ran it on a daily basis they would go through all the episodes in 6 months. Then it would be like some of the other programs that run in that manner. At least with the once a week it doesn't get old quick.
Snickers LoveMETV22 18 months ago
They could at least show two episodes of Batman on Saturday night instead of just one and that annoying Sventoonie.
LoveMETV22 Snickers 18 months ago
From all the promo media on the Sventoonie thing they have it advertised as a Limited Series. Who knows what they're doing with it? It will be interesting to see what they do with it.
Snickers LoveMETV22 18 months ago
Hopefully very limited.
Pacificsun 18 months ago
MeTV did bring back Batman on Sci-Fi Saturday at 10:30pm. And moved ST:TOS an hour later at 11:00pm.

Not many other changes beginning April 2022
LoveMETV22 Pacificsun 18 months ago
TY for the link, So it looks like Buck moves to Sunday AM, replacing Matthew Star. Wonder as the pdf schedule says "subject to change" if they will make any others? On a side note it will be interesting to see how their " Story Television" launch does next week.
LoveMETV22 Pacificsun 18 months ago
PS: I wonder if MeTV's decision to add Batman back to the schedule had any connection to the Batman Movie 🎥 🎬 that was launched earlier in March?
Pacificsun LoveMETV22 18 months ago
Tell me again, what is Story Television about again. Is that the Weigel produced inhouse stories, features or documentaries? And is it more relevant to the Midwest and the East Coast?
LoveMETV22 Pacificsun 18 months ago
From a story Variety did on Weigel's new network "Story Television":
NightMagic224 LoveMETV22 18 months ago
They may have finally got smart and realized a lot of markets preempt the schedule and show news at 10:00, making an hour program from 10-11 not possible. While most others have had Star Trek at 10:00 for this long, we have never had it here at that time, instead news at 10 and Batman at 10:30. So hearing this was a schedule change was surprising, as it's the way we always had it. Also, no Ed Sullivan on Sunday nights. Weekdays are not a problem, as half hour shows are run from 10 - 11, so we lose the 10:00 episode. For us, Batman was kind of like the backup program they offered in markets where The Andy Griffith show was blocked by other stations having exclusive airing rights in a market (Mayberry RFD aired here for a while instead). We also don't get the 5:00pm Sunday programming, as a local church broadcasts services at that time.
RichLorn 18 months ago
A cat leap to an early lead, only to freeze in the stretch, and finished flat on my false face.
Snickers RichLorn 18 months ago
Good one!
CouchPotato19 18 months ago
9/15 guess I really didn't watch this show much. Who the heck is Clock King or Siren?
GeorgeKolter CouchPotato19 18 months ago
clock king played by Walter sleazeak veteran character actor used time to confound Batman the siren played by Joan collings aka Edith keeler star trek city on the edge of forever, later played Alexis Carrington in the 80s drama dynasty.
perk17 18 months ago
11/15 I should have known more
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