One of the many reasons why Batman '66 is genius and the best Batman comic ever released in my lifetime:
In back up story "The Butler Did It", Bruce Wayne is escorting Alfred's cousin Egbert out of the Wayne Foundation after serving a prison sentence. Bruce wishes Egbert well and offers him a $20 to put to good use as a newly reformed citizen. Bruce leaves Egbert and Alfred to reunite. Once they are by themselves, Egbert knocks out Alfred and intends to take Alfred's place at Wayne Manor to get in and rob Bruce Wayne. While disguised as Alfred, he is dusting the study when the Bat-phone rings. Egbert picks up, Gordon asks for Batman and Egbert rather frustrated and angered tells him he has the wrong number very rudely and hangs up. GENIUS. In the living room Egbert mentions the phone call in front of Aunt Harriett. Aunt Harriett wonders why someone would call Wayne Manor asking for Batman and Bruce Wayne reassures her it was obviously a prank.
Hand's down one the greatest Batman moments of all time, and only the genius series that is Batman '66 could deliver such a landmark moment in the 75 year history of the character.
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