Aug 8, 2017


SO, Peter Capaldi has pulled the pin and left the door ajar for Jodie Whittaker to drive the TARDIS, so lets go through his final season, READY...engage (whoops wrong show, sorry)

Bill, after much confab with The Doctor, signs on as the latest companion, she also found a girl she fancied a bit as well, trouble is some aliens found the same girl and commandeered her for future use ...cant end like that can it ?, Bill  also saw her first Dalek .

Robots that speak emoji and a colony ship that looks somewhat familiar to a ship the 4th Doctor visited, the city used the set up team for mulch and then gained sentient thought, sounds like conversation will be required 

SO, the doctor takes Bill to an Ice Fair sometime late in 1814 and a giant haddock is being held captive by a complete arsehat, wasnt my fave episode, but at least the jack off got wiped out...Nardol then roused on the Doctor for neglecting his vault gaurding duites

Bill and her mates got a student house, and walked straight into the eternal story of the love of a mother and son, except the son was turning back-packers into tucker so the Drydens would keep  his living statue of a mother able to  continue on, you could see his dilemma, but still.

Sometime in the future, somewhere in space  an order to deactivate organic components  is given , this means your space  suit turns you into a zombie, The Doctor  saves Bill and some of the crew BUT gets blinded which he doesnt tell anyone till their back at the uni
Next came my least favourite Capaldi episodes, they just did nothing for me  ,but thats just me I guess

Starts out with Missy about to be executed, but Doctor intervenes and promises to guard her for a 1000 years instead, anyway, the Pope askes the Doctor to translate Veritas, which has made any one else who tried to commit hari kiri, the gang goes to the white house were Nardol realises that the whole world is actually a gigantic holographic projection, after much tooing and froing the holographic Doctor sends a message to the real Doctor that troubles coming 

a Pyramid shows up on the strategic border between Russia, China and the US armies, the monks from the previous episode reckon they can save the world from a worldwide disaster , if the humans allow them the UN Secretary General say righto, buit the monks realise his yanking their chain and wipe him out , while the doctor and Nardol are at a lab were the alledged disaster will occur but being blind make it a tad hard for him to stop it , while his away, Bill makes a deal with the Monks which hands the planet over to the monks

 the Monks rule the planet and to everyone on Earth, they have been here forever, But Bill, Nardol and a few others know the truth, they find the doctor and it looks like is working with the Monks, Bill shoots him and it looked like a regenration was gonna occur, but Doc pulled it up short, and tells them it was a test of the Monks influence over Bill, they bust into the Monks pyramid in London, Doctor tries to break the link but cant , Bill tried and images of her mother started appearing which shatters the hold the monks have over humanity ...Back in the vault Missy begins to express remorse over the many murders she has committed.

NOW this is a Who episode in the style I prefer , got the lot, Martian Ice Warriors, their Empress and a bunch of 19th century british soldiers living on Mars, hey hey how goods that, the soldiers had befreinded a Ice warrior(Friday)  after his ship crashed and he took them back to mars to mine for riches as a reward, they dig up Empress Iraxxa ( and yes that is the voice of the Queen of the Arachnos) and as she goes to destry them, Friday tells her Mars is unlivable, after much toodo, Doctor contacts Alpha Centauri who agree to assist the Martians ..Nardol shows up with the TARDIS with Missy . who appears concerned

After and argument between Bill and the Doctor over what happened to the NInth Legion of the Roman Army, they travel to Scotland in the 2nd century to settle said argument, theyb get seperated , BIll ends up with roman soldiers of varying sexual preference abd the Doctor and Nardol end up with a tribe of pits, both groups are having trouble with the same Light eaters , the doctor was going to sacrifice himself to keep the monster trapped BUIT the roman and the celts took it upon themselves to fight the beast ....problem solved 

The Doctor tests Missy by answering a distress call , they end up on a colony ship stuck at the edge of a black hole, its engines slammed into reverse, an alien named Jorj fatallly shoots Bill, BUT a team of ...things...arrive and take bill away to "fix" her , Doctor and Missy realise that their is a time dilation in effect and the crew from the ship who travelled down to the engines to put them in reverse have actually been gone for generations and not 20 minutes like the blue guy said....Bill wakes up in a hospital with a shiny new robotic heart and makes friends with a caretaker called Razor, and over the years they watch the Doctor on a monitor , then Bill is tricked into the operating room, as this happens the Doctor and Missy realise that this is a Mondrasian colony ship , Bill get a full cyberman conversion and Razor reveals himself to Missy to be Prime Minister Saxon , or the Master if you like ....interesting.

The Doctor and nardol take bill who isnt quite the cyberman everyone expected , and some colonists up through some floors to escape the rapidly progressing Cybermen, working with Missy and her previous incarnation has to be a bit weird BUT The Doctor does it and Nardol helps the colonists by souping up their shotguns to the point where they can take out a cyberman withe one shot, the doctor tells nardol to head up to other floors , Bill decides to stay with the Doctor and fight the Cybermen, Missy turns on the Master and stabs him in the back (irony much) this begins his regenration into her , he then shoots her to the point she dies and cant regenrate.....The Doctor is severely wounded fighting the cybermen and kills himself blowing up the floor, Bill survives and Heather (the Pilot) shows up and kisses bill this turns her into the same species as Heather , they take the doctor to the tardis and before Heather and Bill head off to explore , BIll kisses the doctor which kickstarts a regenration ...The Doctor fights  the regeneration of  and  ends up stumbling out of the Tardis in a snowy landscape , where he meets up with the very First incarnation of The Doctor...xmas is gonna be interesting

Jun 27, 2017

Fave's from the DVD rack: EUREKA

Time to yell EUREKA or at least blogaroo about one of the greatest shows ever to end up in my dvd rack

Eureka was a yank science fiction television series that premiered on Syfy on July 18, 2006. The fifth and final season ended on July 16, 2012. 

The show was set in a fictional town of Eureka, Oregon (although, in the pilot episode, Eureka was located in Washington State ). Inhabited almost entirely by scientific geniuses, most residents of Eureka work for Global Dynamics – an advanced research facility responsible for the development of nearly all major technological breakthroughs since its inception. Each episode featured a mysterious accidental or intentional misuse of technology, which the town sheriff, Jack Carter, solved with the help of town scientists. 
The series was created by Andrew Cosby and Jaime Paglia 

Jack Carter was a  U.S. Marshal , and after getting stuck in the townand solving a weird case  he was assigned the  Sheriff of Eureka position 
Jack is a street-smart cop who sees connections where others do not. His I.Q. is 111, 46 points lower than that of his daughter Zoe. In typical Carter fashion, he boasted over "scoring over one hundred percent" to others, not understanding that places him in the slightly above-average , 

Allison Carter (née Blake) was a Department of Defense agent working as a government liaison between Eureka and the Pentagon. In the episode "Invincible", it was revealed that she was once a medical doctor and has 2 PhDs (Season 3, Episode 3 Best in Faux ). She oversees the main laboratories of Eureka, and is always present when anything goes wrong. She always has some sort of trouble to bring to Jack Carter, be it professional or otherwise. Since she is responsible for reporting on the progress of Eureka's citizens, as well as their temperamental innovations, she is always at the forefront of any dilemma that might arise. She was Director of Operations for Global Dynamics after Nathan Stark.

Josefina "Jo" Lupo is a former United States Special Forces Soldier.
Jo worked as a Deputy Sheriff in Eureka under Sheriff Cobb and Sheriff Carter but temporarily resigned when Sheriff Andy, the android, was appointed sheriff. During her time as deputy, she always had a weapon with her, and went armed even in situations where weaponry is unnecessary. She also traveled almost everywhere in body armor.
After a space-time bridge sent her and four other people to 1947, they returned to the present to find many things had changed. Amongst the changes was that Lupo had taken a job as the head of security for Global Dynamics. 
She has a love of weapons, and has a varied and powerful collection stored in the station, including several handguns, shotguns, sniper rifles, and assault rifles. 

Usually referred to as simply "Fargo", occasionally "Doctor Fargo" and "Doug" to Claudia Donovan — is a resident of Eureka, an employee of Global Dynamics, the research facility in Eureka. Fargo often acts as an assistant to Doctor Nathan Stark, the director of Global Dynamics. Fargo has been connected to several separate development projects, including SARAH (Self Actuated Residential Automated Habitat) and the "Neural Interface System".
In the new timeline, Fargo finds himself to be the director of Global Dynamics. His other self seemed to be a much meaner and power hungry person, as he would be raised differently since it was hinted that Pierre Fargo was never put into cryostasis and because of that the Fargos were a much more powerful family and a line of them had been the director of Global Dynamics

Henry Deacon is a master of all trades, who appears at the beginning to be a jack himself. He is not a scientist nor he is of any official capacity for the Company. Despite this, he is highly educated in the inner workings of the company. He acts more or less as a caretaker of the entire town.....Besides being a physicist and the auto mechanic of Eureka, Henry is also the town coroner and was elected mayor by write-in ballots. 
In his return to the future after the events in Founder's Day, he found himself married to Grace Deacon, a woman he previously only know in passing. Though there is tension in the relationship, as Henry doesn't reveal what happened to him at first, he eventually falls in love with her. With the help of Douglas Fargo, he takes her out on a date that he didn't previously, and wins her over, and they were later remarried.

Vincent is the owner and chef of the Café Diem, a small café on the Eureka main street.
Vincent is a gourmet cook and, as revealed in the episode "You Don't Know Jack", has a Ph.D in molecular gastronomy. He frequently prepares extraordinary (often themed) menus for his customers and is often irritated if one of them (most often Jack Carter) asks for ketchup with their exotic meal. Despite endless setbacks, Vincent never gives up on his endeavor to educate and refine the Sheriff's palate.

Zoe Carter
She is intelligent, attractive, independent, popular , She  arrived back in Eureka and moved in with her father — a move which surprised him, but which he did not block, knowing it would do no good, and would only cause her to become even more rebellious.
She has a B- average from Tesla but that means an A++ anywhere else. She received early acceptance to Harvard after a letter of recommendation from Henry. At the end of season 3, she and Lucas go off to Massachusetts to begin their college education at Harvard and MIT, respectively. In the series finale, Jack states that Zoe is set to graduate summa cum laude.
In, the new timeline, it is revealed that Lucas and Zoe have broken up, and Zoe has dyed her hair brown and cut it to her chin. She and her father try to catch an invisible cat by luring it into the shower. She then changes her hair back to blonde, but it is now curly. She returns home college over Christmas and lets Jenna open one present. Kevin and Zoe later discovered that the book Jenna had was controlling the world outside the SmartHouse. They later turn everyone back to normal. Zoe then comes back in the season 5 finale and helped protest with Fargo to save Eureka. She is later seen with her family in the end.

Zane Donovan - Niall Matter
He's been in trouble with the law prior to his life in Eureka (allegedly crashed the New York Stock Exchange and many counts of identity fraud.
Though a bit of a trouble maker, he is actually incredibly intelligent, having been accepted to MIT at 13, (only to be kicked out), Yale, Columbia, and other top schools, all around the age of 15.
Zane's role in the series increases to a major character by Seasons 3 as his relationship with Jo Lupo progresses as well as with the arrival of Eva Thorne , when she takes a liking to his scientific style and makes him the director of the Consumer Lab, where his goal is to utilize projects in Eureka as products to be sold to the masses. Eva also turned to him in many of her mysterious investigations around Eureka. He also becomes more friendly and relaxed around Carter, Allison Blake, and Co., a drastic change from his original behavior.

Nathan Stark  - Ed Quinn
Nathan Stark is a Nobel prize-winning mathematician, Global Dynamics' head researcher (at certain times), and Allison Blake's estranged husband. Nathan has a very guarded personality, and runs the Eureka installation in an occasionally "tight-fisted" manner. He usually expresses his emotions through actions rather than words, and shows a lot of sarcasm towards Sheriff Carter. He also commands the installation's tactical units
 Nathan's desires to push the boundaries of science eventually start to infringe on his conscience.  it was revealed Nathan was at some point Henry Deacon's student. Henry says that he could have "Furthered science, in so many ways." 
Stark helps Jack repair a hole in the Space Time Continuum which required him to manually adjust a nuclear clock to repair space time....Though the clock was activated and the continuum repaired, Stark appeared to be demolecularized and thus killed. His last words, to Jack, were "Take care of Allison, she'll need you. See you around Jack." He left a message for Allison in the logic diamond he use for the wedding gift the message was "Allie, I will always love you and I will never, ever leave you again." 

Global Dynamics is described as being responsible for the development of all major technological breakthroughs in the last 50 years, with the products of its research having been used in both commercial and military applications. Security is understandably tight at the facility; Allison Blake describes the cloaking forcefields and other safeguards as being so cutting-edge that "Area 51 wishes they had our security." Global Maintains an EM field around its perimeter 24/7. The EM field is so no one can hack into the main server. The only entrance seen so far is down a path which leads to a rickety old bridge. Once you drive onto the bridge you pass through some holographic barrier onto a road leading up to global. It is assumed that there are more entrances that have not been shown yet.

The facility is broken into several departments, or "sections." Known sections include:
Section 2: Quantum Frequency Project (Phased and Confused)
Section 3: Records, and Primate Studies (Unpredictable)
Level 4: Fargo's first office (Dr Nobel), EM barrier control room
Section 5: Military Technology
Section 7: Air defense (Bad to the Drone)
Section 8: Technology that could allow travel between parallel worlds (Games People Play)
Section 14: Nuclear Testing (Try, Try Again)
Lab 27 : Biosphere
Bottom Floor: Non-realiatic fusion reactor (setup and ability to overheat are more conceivable with a fission reactor)
On top of the complex is an astrospectrometer, which takes pictures of celestial objects. There has to be an enormous flash from the camera to penetrate the EM field. Upon entrance through the main doors into the lobby, Allison Blake's office (formerly Stark's) is immediately visible as well as a highly secure elevator system leading to section 5. Though section 5 is the most secure section at Global, it is widely known of and even Sheriff Jack Carter has gone down there. Non-classified prototypes are stored in the vault, a giant cylinder in section 3 with shelves and cat walks lining the walls. Though the vault itself is highly secure, the objects are not and just sit arranged on shelves, even though unclassified items are potentially dangerous.
Global Dynamics is the dominant employer in Eureka, almost to the point of monopoly, and hence Eureka is effectively a company town. So pervasive is Global Dynamics' influence over Eureka that most in the town just call it "Global" or "GD" in conversation. The abbreviation "GD" is also often used as a substitute for the curse "God Damned".

Jacks Jeep  is a 1994 Jeep Cherokee Sport. It has been destroyed, or otherwise rendered useless on a frequent basis, to the point where Henry Deacon has gotten sick of fixing it 
It has ...
1. Crashed into a particle beam weapon (Dr. Nobel)
2. Been hit by a piece of space debris (Duck, Duck Goose)
3. Had its windshield smashed by a golf-club (Maneater)
4. Had its windows blown out by Martha's sonic blast (Bad to the Drone)
5. Had its engine block shot through by a Global Dynamics laser sentry turret. (Phased and Confused)
6. Had its roof scorched by Captain Eureka's rocket-boots (Phased and Confused)
7. Been set aflame when Captain Eureka was attempting to put out a fire (Phased and Confused)
8. Had its tires melted off (Here Come the Suns)
9. Been crushed by runaway gravity-wells (Welcome Back, Carter)
10. Been shot by Tiny's laser (A New World )
11. Been smashed by Tiny (Momstrosity)
12. Been shaken apart by an acoustic oscillator (The Ex-Files)
13. Been hit by a flying car (I'll Be Seeing You)
14. Crashed through an invisible building (I'll Be Seeing You)
15. Floated off into space (Up in the Air)
16. Melted (One Small Step...)
17. Been sucked up into a black hole, then dropped into Lake Archimedes (One Giant Leap...)
18. Blown up by giant Martha (Lost )
19. Sucked underground (Worst Case Scenario )
20. Crashed through a police barricade (Double Take )
21. Been sucked through a wormhole into the Global Dynamics rotunda, then dismantled by GD employees (Just Another Day... )

Self Actuated Residential Automated Habitat ("S.A.R.A.H.")
To act as an artificially intelligent "home of the future." SARAH also provides numerous services for her residents and guests, from opening and closing the sealed door, to controlling internal temperature, and even providing a variety of drinks. The house has a laser defense system, various airtight partitions, and a filtered air intake. It can also analyze airborne materials. SARAH is powered by a radioisotope thermoelectric generator.
SARAH's personality has seemingly become emotionally attached to Jack Carter, sometimes resulting in rather odd  behavior.

SARAH also has severe abandonment issues,  Her abandonment issues stem from the fact that B.R.A.D (The AI SARAH was built on top of) and the AIs before her were all scrapped/shelved, so SARAH has a terrible fear that she to will be shelved if she does anything wrong. This caused her to trap Carter along with several other townspeople in "H.O.U.S.E. Rules," when Carter said he might leave. This eventually led to BRAD coming back online, who took a more aggressive approach to the situation before being stopped. BRAD was disarmed, and the episode ended with Carter promising SARAH he would not leave her. In "Welcome Back, Carter," SARAH was once again faced with the prospect of being shelved, only she took a more indirect, even cunning, method to solve the problem. SARAH reasoned that nobody could replace Carter, and knowing he couldn't resist a challenge, she manipulated a scientist into creating a gravity well to cause non-lethal gravity disturbances, and also to attack the replacement AI. After Carter found out, she helped stop the problem, and Carter got reinstated thanks to the android sheriff's help.
When SARAH was first activated, she was a bit naive when it came to humans and human interactions, viewing everything in a glass half full kind of way which often caused a few problems. She also had a few neurotic tendencies stemming from her base program and, as a result, could become rather moody if things she didn't like happened. For example, she locked Carter out of the house when he forgot to call to say he would be late.
, SARAH's "emotions" get the best of her again. In "Momstrosity" SARAH goes as far as installing artificial emotions in Deputy Andy, because she wants some artificial romance. Andy and SARAH were engaged to marry, but she got "cold feet" on the day of the wedding 
In the alternate timeline, Sarah had terminated Andy at least twice before the emotion incident.

and the final scene ...Jack and Zoe exiting town than passing themselves heading into town on thewir first day in Eureka...dont you just  love temporal paradoxes

So thats that...
Seeya next time

Jun 13, 2017


Every afternoon after school I rushed home for my super hero fix , first was George Reeves as Superman THEN came Batman , One hundred and twenty episodes aired in various parts of the planet , in my case Channel 7 Sydney, for three seasons from January 12, 1966, to March 14, 1968 and then ad infinitum in re-runs (which is only a good thing)

The series was about the adventures of Batman and Robin and the lives of their alter-egos, millionaire Bruce Wayne and his ward Dick Grayson, although the private life stuff was usually only briefly, as they were always being called away on superhero business. 
 "Dynamic Duo" typically come to the aid of the Gotham City Police upon the latter being stumped by a supervillain. Throughout each episode, Batman and Robin have to follow a series of vastly improbable, but ultimately solvable clues, to rought the  weekly villain's plan, 

A catch-phrase popularized by the series was Robin's saying "Holy [subject], Batman!" whenever he encountered something startling. This phrase was parodied in the 1995 film Batman Forever.

The series used a narrator (executive producer William Dozier, who after watching the doco about the show, Didnt seem like he wanted to do the show at all, he constantly bagged it  BUT he obviously took the cash, Dozier parodied both the breathless narration style of the 1940s Super hero  serials  He would end many of the cliffhanger episodes by intoning, "Tune in tomorrow — same Bat-time, same Bat-channel!" 

In many episodes, Batman and Robin must get to a high point of a building or other structure. They do this via the Batrope which is thrown and anchored above the high point, and which Batman and Robin climb by walking up the side of the structure with the aid of the rope. 

The Batpoles were cunningly hidden

  behind a bookcase which was activated by pressing a button In Bill Shakespeares head

which were usually given a ridiculous-sounding name that somehow incorporated the word "bat" — often simply by adding the word "bat" to an otherwise normal descriptor, such as Shark Repellant Bat-Spray, Bat-Computer, Extra-Strong Bat-Knockout Gas, etc. Most of Batman's items in the Batcave, bat-vehicles and on the utility belt were given superfluous and simplistic block-letter labels, even though Batman, Robin and Alfred, the only people who used the equipment, clearly knew what all of it was.

Adam West as Bruce Wayne / Batman: A millionaire whose parents were murdered by criminals, he now secretly uses his vast fortune to fight crime as Batman. Producer William Dozier cast Adam West in the role after seeing him perform as the James Bond-like spy Captain Q in a Nestlé Quik television ad. Lyle Waggoner had screen-tested for the role, though West ultimately won out because, it was said, he was the only person who could deliver the hilarious lines with a straight face. West later voiced an animated version of the title character on The New Adventures of Batman and well as Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show and The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians.

Burt Ward as Dick Grayson / Robin: Batman's faithful (if overly eager) partner and "Boy Wonder", a high school student noted for his recurring interjections in the form of "Holy ________, Batman!" (The series avoided referencing Robin's origins as Bruce Wayne's fellow "crime orphan", as whose legal guardian the courts appoint Bruce.) 

Alan Napier as Alfred: Batman's loyal butler and Batgirl's discreet confidant. He is the only person who knows the true identities of Bruce Wayne, Dick Grayson and Barbara Gordon.
Madge Blake as Harriet Cooper: Dick Grayson's maternal aunt. She first appeared in the comics, two years before the series premiered, to give Bruce and Dick a reason to be secretive about their dual identities.

Neil Hamilton as Commissioner Gordon: The Commissioner of the Gotham City Police Department and one of Batman's two major police contacts. He summons the Dynamic Duo via the Batphone or the Bat Signal.

Stafford Repp as Chief O'Hara: Gotham City's Chief of Police, and Batman's other major police contact. The character was created by Semple for the series, as someone for Gordon to talk to, and later briefly added to the comics.

Yvonne Craig as Barbara Gordon / Batgirl: Commissioner Gordon's daughter, Gotham City librarian and crime fighting partner for Batman and Robin for the third season. Occasionally this threesome was nicknamed the "Terrific Trio".
William Dozier - Executive producer, creator, and narrator (uncredited).

Despite the regular beating the snot out of baddies  on the show, Batman and Robin typically use non-lethal force; only three criminal characters die during the series: the Riddler's moll Molly (played by Jill St. John in the pilot episode), who accidentally falls into the Batcave's atomic reactor, and two out-of-town gunmen who shoot at Batman and Robin, but kill each other instead, toward the end of "Zelda The Great/A Death Worse Than Fate".

 In the film, six criminals die in total: Five henchmen are dehydrated by the Penguin in order to infiltrate the Batcave, but this plan fails when the henchmen unexpectedly disappear into antimatter once struck. A sixth henchman is presumably killed when he is caught in a trap meant for Batman and sprung into an exploding octopus. Twice, the Catwoman (Julie Newmar) appears to fall to her death (into a bottomless pit and from a high building into a river), but returned in later episodes; as a "cat", she presumably has nine lives.

 In "Instant Freeze", Mr. Freeze freezes a butler solid and knocks him over, and sound-effects suggest that he is shattered into pieces. A later reference suggests the butler survived. In "Green Ice", Mr. Freeze freezes a policeman solid; it is left unclear whether he survived. In "The Penguin's Nest", a policeman suffers an electric shock at the hands of the Penguin's accomplices, but he is presumed to survive, as he appears in some later episodes.

The villains commonly have henchmen whose names are somehow associated with the villain's identity; for example, Catwoman's henchmen have cat-related names like Felix and Leo. Characters commonly use alliterations. Examples include Batman referring to the Joker as a "hateful harlequin" and the Penguin calling Catwoman a "feline floozy".

Only two of the show's guest villains ever discovered Batman's true identity: Egghead by deductive reasoning, and King Tut on two occasions — the first time with a bug placed on the Batmobile and the second time by accidentally mining into the Batcave. Egghead was tricked into disbelieving his discovery, though, as was Tut in the episode when he bugged the Batmobile. In the episode when Tut tunneled into the Batcave, he was hit on the head by a rock, which made him forget his discovery and jarred him back into his identity as a mild-mannered professor of Egyptology at Yale University. While under the spell of the Siren (Joan Collins), Commissioner Gordon found the Batcave beneath Wayne Manor and deduced Batman's true identity, but Alfred gassed him to prevent his informing her, the memory of the discovery gone after leaving the Siren's spell.

Cesar Romero as the Joker...A green haired, purple suited clown with a maniacal laugh who leaves behind jokes as clues to his next crime.

Burgess Meredith as the Penguin...A waddling, cackling, umbrella-wielding menace in a top hat and monocle.

The Riddler played by:
Frank Gorshin (seasons 1 & 3 and the movie), John Astin (season 2)...A giggling fiend whose costume alternates between green tights or a green derby and suit, both accented with question marks. He taunts Gotham City and the Caped Crusader with riddles.

The Catwoman played by:

Julie Newmar (seasons 1 and 2), Eartha Kitt (season 3), Lee Meriwether (movie)..

A purring feline seductress in a tight black bodysuit with designs on Gotham City's riches and Batman himself.

Victor Buono as Professor William McElroy / King Tut...An Egyptologist with a split personality, who divides his time between being a university professor and a reincarnated version of the centuries old pharaoh.

Mr. Freeze played by:
George Sanders (season 1), Otto Preminger (season 2), Eli Wallach (season 2)...
A cool, cruel crook who must dwell in an environment 50 degrees below zero. His weapon of choice is a freeze ray gun.

David Wayne as Jervis Tetch / Mad Hatter...A formally dressed baddie with a weakness for collecting hats.

Vincent Price as Egghead...A smug, bald headed genius whose crimes and speech patterns always involve eggs. ("Egg-zactly.")

Carolyn Jones as Marsha, Queen of Diamonds...A stunning, jewel-bedecked enchantress with very expensive tastes.

Cliff Robertson as Shame...A none too bright cowpoke whose partners at various times include Okie Annie and Calamity Jan.

Anne Baxter as Olga, Queen of the Cossacks...A Russian-accented redhead in cahoots with Egghead.

Milton Berle as Louie the Lilac...A stogie puffing gangster with an unhealthy attraction for flowers.

The Green Hornet and Kato 
Van Williams and Bruce Lee made a cameo appearance as the Green Hornet and Kato in "window cameos" while the Batman and Robin scaled a building. This was in part one of a two-part second-season episode of the Batman TV series, "The Spell of Tut", which aired on September 28, 1966.

Later that same season, the Green Hornet and Kato appeared in the two-part second-season episodes A Piece of the Action and Batman's Satisfaction, which aired on March 1–2, 1967. In these two episodes, the Green Hornet and Kato are in Gotham City to bust a counterfeit stamp ring run by Colonel Gumm (portrayed by Roger C. Carmel).
 The Batman's Satisfaction episode leads to a mixed fight, with both Batman & Robin and The Green Hornet & Kato fighting Colonel Gumm and his gang. Once Gumm's crew was defeated, Batman and Robin squared off against The Green Hornet and Kato, resulting in a stand-off that was interrupted by the police. In this episode, Batman, Robin and the police consider the Green Hornet and Kato to be criminals, although Batman and Robin were cordial to the duo in the earlier window appearance. 

There is also a mention of The Green Hornet TV series on the Batman TV series episode The Impractical Joker (episode 55, Part 1, aired November 16, 1966): while watching TV together, Alfred, Dick Grayson and Bruce Wayne (who says, "It's time to watch The Green Hornet", and you hear the Hornet buzzing sound) are interrupted by the Joker; then, after the interruption, The Green Hornet TV series theme music is heard.

SO there you go a bat blog 

RIP Adam