Batman

Batman (1966)

1 plot hole in The Joker's Flying Saucer

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The Joker's Flying Saucer - S3-E24

Plot hole: A time bomb is placed under the dashboard of the Batmobile and goes off inside the batcave. Much of the batcave is ruined, including fallen I-Beams, but the Batmobile has no damage to it even though the bomb was planted in it.

terry s

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