Monday, May 9, 2016

Brotherly Bonding

Hello everyone...Rob here with another KC: TWB post (Keil's Comments: The Written Blog).  A little bit of business before I get to what I want to post on here:  I will do an episode this week (Episode 31).  I'll address my weekend at the Deaconess Bed and Breakfast and a couple of side trails to the weekend.

What I wanted to write about today is basically some thoughts that popped in my head.  I haven't really gotten into very much detail about how Jeremy and I are doing living out on our own here in Yukon...we're doing well in making sure we keep a roof over our heads, food in our bellies, the electricity on so we could run our gadgets and internet connection and everything.  Also we're doing very well to have our new vehicle "The Highway Star".  We have some pretty good conversations mainly as I'm taking him to work or when we're on our way to Clinton.

One particular conversation I'll share here...

We somehow got to talking about Batman's villains and who was the best at playing them -- in both the TV show and the Animated Series. Here's what I came up with (and yes, this will get updated and edited once I jog Jeremy's memory or he jogs mine whichever comes first)

Penguin -- Burgess Meredith hands down

Joker -- Cesar Romero followed by Mark Hamill in the AS (yes, Mr. Skywalker himself voiced the Joker in the Animated Series)

Catwoman -- Sorry Halle, but that honor goes to Julie Newmar. Eartha Kitt gets honorable mention

Riddler -- Frank Gorshin. Jim Carrey tried to emulate it to varying degree of success.

Mr Freeze -- Otto Preminger (sp?)

Bookworm (TV show only) -- Roddy McDowell. No doubt about it.

Egghead (TV show) -- Vincent Price

King Tut (TV show) -- Victor Buono (thank you IMDB)

I'm sure there's a lot more, but again my brain could only think of so many and IMDB helped  me with at least one.

That is it for now... catch you either on the podcast or on FB or Twitter.