By Joel Eisner
This episode also features comedic actors Steven Franken (from the Fox series Dobie Gillis and J. Pat O'Malley) was Pat Pending and Rudy, his Valet (another Rudy Vallee joke from Stan Ross, first the raccoon pelt coat in Egghead and now this). Also Alan Jenkins (aka officer Dibble from Top Cat) as Little Al, the retired gangster,
Stanley Ralph Ross recalled ”I had used some obscure dirty words in the scripts—obscure in other languages. And they got some flack. They got some letters from people who thought it was funny that I used these obscure dirty words. But the network warned me not to do that again, and I said I wouldn’t. Then I was doing a show where they had this sheik that had to be weighed. I called him the Missentiff of Furderber. Furderber is a friend of mine, Skip Furderber, and Missentiff I got from W. C Fields. Well the network said that sounds dirty, said it sounded like furburger, so I changed it to Sheik Ibn Kereb which in Arabic means ‘son of a bitch.’ They never caught it.”
There is a long drawn out chase scene along the roof of the Fox studio offices before Catwoman falls to her death(?) again in the water below. She later returned to go to College.
Next Penguin opens a movie studio and together with the Queen of Diamonds, try to rob the gold bars at the Mint. Along the way they meet up with Fred Flintstone.