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Batman/Superman/Beyond Trivia Quiz, part 2

Discussion in 'The DC Comics Animation Forum' started by Nightwing, Aug 15, 2002.

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  1. Nightwing

    Nightwing WF Old Man

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    [color=00FFFF]Here's the part 2 thread for the Batman/Superman/Beyond Trivia Quiz. As a little rule reminder, one person posts a trivia question involving BatmanTAS, SupermanTAS, or Batman Beyond. Trivia questions about the animated comic adventures of these heroes are also technically fair game, but try to keep them to a minimum. But no live action related questions.

    The last question was asked by Anarky and it was:


    Name the Gothamite whose house looks just like Commissioner Gordon's. And the epsiode.

    Good luck!
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  2. TimTwoFace

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    Here's a guess...uhhh...Barbara Gordon, at the beginning of SHADOW OF THE BAT (Pt. 1)? She lives in the same house, therefore her house MUST look identical to Jim Gordon's house. :)

    If that doesn't count, I'll try to come up with something else.

    -Tim
     
  3. DarkLantern

    DarkLantern Keeping my promise

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    I suspect this is referring to one of those background reuse incidents that most people do not notice. While I don't have "Heart of Steel" or "Shadow of the Bat" to check what the Commish's house looks like, I would wager a guess as the copyright clerk from the "Laughing Fish" -- since that's the only scene I can think of that features a certain individual's residence at night (I think the shot of Charlie's house in "Joker's Favor" was during the daytime...).

    What was that guy's name...? Oh yeah!

    G. Carl Francis?

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    Hey Anarky? Are either DL or I right? We're dying to know!

    -Tim
     
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    right episode, wrong name though
     
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    time for a new Q
    the answer was Thomas Jackson, from "The Laughing Fish"
    We see Gordon's house in "Shadow of the Bat" part 1. The 2 are identical.

    next Q is up for grabs
     
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    Wow, I can't believe no one grabbed this question until now.

    OK, here we go...which was the first animated Batman episode to air that didn't have a title card at the beginning?

    -Tim
     
  8. Borg4of3

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    I'm pretty sure there were only 3 that didn't have one, and Heart of Ice aired first (thank you WF! :D :p ).

    Follow-up Q: What were the other BTAS episodes that didn't have a title-card?
     
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    Actually...

    I believe the answer you are looking for is "Holiday Knights", which was the first episode aired from TNBA (September 13, 1997), when they stopped using titled cards.

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    Whoops!

    Wait. I am wrong. The answer is "The Laughing Fish".
    I completely forgot about how that didn't use a card...

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    Dude, I forgot HEART OF ICE didn't have one...I was thinking THE LAUGHING FISH. Eeep. :p

    -Tim

    So Borg, since you got the one that first aired, you get to ask the next question. :)
     
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    Borg4of3 Slish Slash Slosh!

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    Not a hard one but as long as we're on title-cards...

    Follow-up Q: What were the other BTAS episodes that didn't have a title-card? Laughing Fish was mentioned so that leaves...
     
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    The Demon's Quest


    The Demon's Quest (parts one and two)

    Correct?

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    Re: The Demon's Quest

    Got it - You're up DL!
     
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    btw, I really miss those title cards. Another reason why BTAS is the canon for ALL animated series of the genre.

    I cut out the gatefoldposter, from Batman: Animated, and framed it. Tricky dimensions: 11.75 x 35. If you can find a frame with a black outline and liner, you'll be set. You can have it custome framed...but the price is a bit much: supplies, mounting, and labor...
     
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    New question.

    Calling Agent Mulder…

    One of the Batman Beyond Writers must be an X-Files fan, for Fox Mulder’s phone number, 555-0199, shows up in at least two episodes. Name them.

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    Well, I seem to recall that being Kyodai Ken's phone number in Day of the Samurai, but you said Batman Beyond, so...hmmm, this requires some thought...
     
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    don't watch BB very often, but I'll take a crack at it:

    "Dead Man's Hand": when Melanie calls Terry to say good-bye. He uses a public phone to trace her call...and the floorplan. I suppose that number appeared on screen.
     
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    That is correct. Can you name the other episode? Hint: In it, the number is for a credit counselor named Lester Dett (who must be operating out of the Robbins Hotel).

    The Dark Lantern
     
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    given that hint, I'd say "Inqueling". When the repo man gave Inque's daughter a business card for said credit counselor.

    I forgot her name. Was it Dina, Deandra, Danielle, ???
     
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