Mad Hatter: I have Batman's cowl! The crowing achievement of my career and the end of his.
Skimmer: And the end of crime fightin' in Gotham City, boss.
Mad Hatter: Oh, such sweet victory!
Batman: Don't count us out yet, gentlemen. Victory and defeat are of the same price, Mad Hatter.
Narrator: [narrating] But while the Pasha ascends by elevator, the Dynamic Duo make a less orhodox approach up the sheer glass wall!
Robin: Looked like a fancy affair down on the 62nd floor, Batman.
Batman: Just goes to show, Robin: people who stay in glass hotels shouldn't throw parties. Eyes front. After all, we're not social climbers.
Narrator: [*last lines*] Is this to be believed? In our scientific age? First Batman's cowl radio-activated! And now the Caped Crusaders fluoroscoped forever? Keep framed to their framework! Tomorrow! Same Bat-time, Same Bat-channel!
Commissioner Gordon: Who knows what disaster lies ahead when a man of the Mad Hatter's twisted tendencies is loose in Gotham City. And who knows what lies in store for you, Batman, he'd stop at nothing to add that cowl to his horrific horde of headpieces.
Batman: [touches his cowl for a moment] The loss of my cowl is secondary, Commissioner. But not the fate of Gotham City.
Robin: [Batman is hit with radioactive spray but Robin manages to cover his face with his canary yellow cape] You diabolical devil!
Mad Hatter: Not one step forward, Boy Wonder, or you'll get it too.
Batman: [still covering his eyes] Don't take that step, Robin!
Commissioner Gordon: Looking back, Chief O'Hara, it's hard to remember how we operated at all before those two masked Samaritans appeared on the scene.
Chief O'Hara: It's not hard for me to remember, Commissioner. Things were a mess!