Batman: The Animated Series

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Season 4 episodes (24)

1 Holiday Knights
During the Christmas season, Harley and Poison Ivy lure Bruce into a hypnotic shopping spree while Joker threatens Gotham with a sonic bomb loud enough to kill anyone within earshot of its explosion.
2 Sins Of The Father
Tim Drake, a toughened teenaged street kid, gets involved with Two-Face's gang, but eventually is trained by Batman to become the new Robin.
3 Cold Comfort
Avenging the loss of his wife, Mr. Freeze goes on an icy rampage throughout Gotham, hoping to confront his ultimate target: Batman.
4 Double Talk
After Arnold Wesker, the Ventriloquist, is released from Arkham Asylum supposedly cured, his alter personality, mob boss Scarface, surfaces and plunges Wesker back into a life of crime.
5 You Scratch My Back
Much to the chagrin of Batman and Batgirl, Nightwing teams with Catwoman to combat a gang of South American gunrunners.
6 Never Fear
After Batman inhales Scarecrow's "No Fear" gas, Robin fears the Caped Crusader might kill someone, so he personally confronts Scarecrow in his effort to save Batman.
7 Joker's Millions
The Joker is penniless, but when he inherits money from a Mob boss, he distributes it freely throughout Gotham to gain influence.
8 Growing Pains
A mysterious young girl enters Robin's life, but she is really a scout for Clayface.
9 Love Is A Croc
Killer Croc teams with demented child actress Baby Doll to perpetrate crimes throughout Gotham, but Baby Doll is romantically interested in Croc--a feeling he doesn't share.
10 Torch Song
When a rock star refuses the advances of her special effects man, Garfield Lynns, he becomes Firefly, a madman who vows to burn down the city.
11 The Ultimate Thrill
Roxy Rocket, a villainess for whom cheating death is the ultimate thrill, leads Batman on a citywide chase.
12 Over The Edge
Under the influence of the Scarecrow, Batgirl dreams her own untimely death and the resulting public revelation that Bruce Wayne is Batman.
13 Mean Seasons
Page Monroe, a disgruntled model, creates chaos in Gotham as she avenges her forced exile from a youth-oriented fashion world.
14 Critters
Seeking revenge for the shutdown of his growth project, Farmer Brown creates overgrown farm animals and unleashes them on Gotham City.
15 Cult Of The Cat
Catwoman is caught by a cat cult whose members plan to sacrifice Batman to their mascot--a ferocious tiger.
16 Animal Act
Dick Grayson revisits his roots as a circus performer, only to find the Mad Hatter is using circus animals to commit crimes.
17 Old Wounds
The original Robin tells the new Robin what caused the breakup of him and Batman as a crimefighting team.
18 The Demon Within
Bruce resorts to black magic as he fights a demon released from an ancient artifact.
19 Legends Of The Dark Knight
Several children give their widely varying opinions of who they think Batman is.
20 Girls' Nite Out
Harley, Poison Ivy and Livewire wreak havoc when they plan to have a leisurely night out in Gotham City.
21 Mad Love
Harley recounts how she became involved with the Joker.
22 Chemistry
Bruce Wayne's new wife entangles him in Poison Ivy's latest plot.
23 Beware The Creeper
Reporter Jack Ryder goes insane, turns into a villain called the Creeper and steals the Joker's act.
24 Judgment Day
Tired of "turnstile justice," a Gotham City judge takes matters of punishment into his own hands.

About this show

Vowing to avenge the senseless murder of his wealthy parents, Bruce Wayne devotes his life to wiping out lawlessness in Gotham City.

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2.48K reviews
Joshua Zinewicz
November 5, 2016
This series is most likely the only thing on Google Play be it Movie, show, app, book, or otherwise I would give more than five stars to if possible. It has the best voice acting of my generation and is not only the best, by a long shot, cartoon series ever written and created but one of the best tv series period of all time. It is not just for children the series has far ranging topics and a style that will appeal to any and all ages it is as fresh now as it was when I was a child watching it after school, rushing to get in the door so I didn't miss it. The animation is fantastic but the voice acting is just epic. Epic is the only real word that does it justice. Buy it, watch it, love it. Harley and the Joker are amazing with the back and forth between them as well. The entire series plus extras for like sixty bucks is a steal.
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December 13, 2019
This series is masterful. Not only is it one of the greatest television shows of all time, but its ability to be its own creation, while still respecting and playing off the source material is mesmerizing. The show contains not only some of the best representation of Batman and his rogues gallery, especially The Joker, its created characters and backstories that have lasted for decades. It's truly an inspirational piece of media for anyone thinking of adapting a comic book character, and while it's obviously entertaining and appropriate for kids, adults who love the caped crusader will get their dessert as well with episodes that allow us to see into Bruce Wayne's mature psyche. It's a show that has lasted for a while, with admirable heroes and 'love to hate' villains, and will continue to last for a long time.
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A Google user
July 23, 2014
Superb writing, animation, voice acting steals the cake with this one. Not only that, it's the first in an amazing take on the DC universe being forged by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm.
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