The actors—each and every one of them. With a show that’s largely an excuse for actors to ham things up (and there’s nothing wrong with that), it’s imperative that the actors be up to the task. Fortunately, each and every one of this cast shines as they tackle every part of the Batman world.
I specifically want to call out Batman and Robin for constantly being so goofy that they were at the edge (and in a few moments, fell over it) of breaking. In a show like this, those moments are often some of the funniest. I also want to shout out one of the strangest impressions of Superman I’ve ever seen. The voice was just weird enough that it made the entire impression gel in a beautifully hysterical way that I was compelled to watch every time he entered the stage.
What I didn't like
There were lots of flaws in this show but it was such a fun time that I chose to simply ignore them—then and now. Just go see it before it’s gone.
My overall impression
This was like an episode of the 1960’s Batman TV show if it was created for the Carol Burnett show or SNL. Goofy, strange, occasionally bizarre and always funny. It’s filled with a great cast that leaps at their attempts to spoof Batman and his villains with joy and humor. An exceptionally good time.