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All the flower-children in Gotham City are gathering in the park for a flower-in—but there are no flowers! Turns out that Louie the Lilac has cornered the market on Gotham City’s petaled flora. He intends to control the minds of Gotham’s young people, since they’re the future leaders of the city.
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[[James Gordon (Neil Hamilton)|Commissioner Gordon]] plans a peaceful ‘Flower-In’ at Gotham City Park, only to learn that there are no flowers available anywhere. Meanwhile, the licentious [[Louie the Lilac]] devises a plot to take over the minds of Gotham City's flower children; using his hypnotic Lilac Spray he abducts Princess Primrose from the florally-challenged flower-in, causing the furious flower children to begin a demonstration outside City Hall. Louie’s scheme relies on the knowledge that Primrose is actually Thelma Jones, an old school friend of [[Batgirl (Yvonne Craig)|Barbara Gordon]], which ensures that [[Batman (Adam West)|Batman]] and [[Robin (Burt Ward)|Robin]] get to hear of the kidnapping and while Batman and Robin talk to Barbara, Louie plants a card for Lila's Lilac Shop in the Batmobile. Having found the clue, the Dynamic Duo head for the flower shop, but Louis overpowers them using poisonous lilacs and then ties them to a trellis in his hothouse, leaving them at the mercy of deadly man-eating lilac plants...
   
Meanwhile, the hippies are having themselves a party in the park, led by Princess Primrose—real name Thelma Jones, Barbara’s former college chum—and Louie shows up and tosses flowers to them all. He uses his boutineer to hypnotize Primrose and take her off in his Flowermobile. And then it turns out that the flowers are all fake! Louie then finds out from Primrose that the commissioner’s daughter was there, so he has one of his henchmen find and tail Barbara while he locks Primrose in his hothouse.
 
   
Barbara reports the kidnapping to her father, who is singularly uninterested in the kidnapping of a hippie. So Barbara grabs the Bat-phone and calls Batman—it turns out he and Robin are to be guests of honor at the flower-in. Batman and Robin head to GCPD HQ, where they promise to investigate Louie. They head to the Batmobile, where they find a lilac-colored card for Lila’s Lilac Shop. Our heroes arrive there, where Lila—who works for Louie—hits them with poisonous lilacs. Batman figures it out in time, but then Louie hits him over the head with a flower pot. Louie then traps them amidst man-eating lilacs to be eaten alive.
 
 
Gordon calls Batman, but Alfred says he hasn’t been seen since he went to GCPD HQ. Gordon says that he was heading to the Batcave to check the Bat-computer for info on Louie. Alfred decides to go through with that search, and the computer spits out Lila’s Lilac Shop.
 
 
Louie’s henchman follows Barbara to her apartment and attempts to kidnap her. She locks herself in the bedroom, and then sneaks out to change into Batgirl. Before she can stop him, Gordon shows up, and the henchman takes a powder while Batgirl quick-changes back to Barbara and reassures her worrying father that she’s fine living on her own and shouldn’t move back home, even though she’s already been kidnapped twice and had her library nearly blown up…
 
 
Alfred then shows up and lets Barbara know what’s happening so Batgirl can get in on the action.Louie’s attempt to get Primrose to recruit the flower children for his side fails, as Primrose shakes off his hypnosis. Louie beats a hasty retreat. He arrives at his hideout just as Batman and Robin manage to escape the man-eating lilacs by kicking a flower pot through the hothouse door, the colder air killing the lilacs.
 
 
Batgirl also shows up, and fisticuffs ensue. She hits Louie with a mildew spray that makes him all gunky. The flower children followed Louie, and they take care of the henchmen. But even as they clean up after Louie, Batman and Robin hear hoofbeats, and see that Egghead is back in town, alongside Olga Queen of the Cossacks…
 
 
== Appearances ==
 
   
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==Appearances==
 
===Individuals===
 
===Individuals===
 
*[[Batman (Adam West)|Batman]]
 
*[[Batman (Adam West)|Batman]]

Latest revision as of 07:36, April 10, 2019

PlotEdit

Commissioner Gordon plans a peaceful ‘Flower-In’ at Gotham City Park, only to learn that there are no flowers available anywhere. Meanwhile, the licentious Louie the Lilac devises a plot to take over the minds of Gotham City's flower children; using his hypnotic Lilac Spray he abducts Princess Primrose from the florally-challenged flower-in, causing the furious flower children to begin a demonstration outside City Hall. Louie’s scheme relies on the knowledge that Primrose is actually Thelma Jones, an old school friend of Barbara Gordon, which ensures that Batman and Robin get to hear of the kidnapping and while Batman and Robin talk to Barbara, Louie plants a card for Lila's Lilac Shop in the Batmobile. Having found the clue, the Dynamic Duo head for the flower shop, but Louis overpowers them using poisonous lilacs and then ties them to a trellis in his hothouse, leaving them at the mercy of deadly man-eating lilac plants...


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See AlsoEdit

List of Batman (1960s series) Episodes



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