BURT WARD & ADAM WEST
BURT WARDBurt Ward (born July 6, 1945) is an American television actor and activist. He is best known for his portrayal of Robin in the television series 'Batman' (1966–68) and its theatrical film spin-off.
ADAM WESTWilliam West Anderson (born September 19, 1928), better known by his stage name Adam West, is an American actor best known for his lead role in the 'Batman' TV series on the ABC TV network and the 1966 "Batman" feature film. He is currently known for portraying eccentric or psychotically delusional characters, as well as his voice work on animated series such as 'The Fairly Odd Parents' and 'Family Guy', in both of which he voices a fictional version of himself.
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"Leela And The Genestalk"
When it became apparent that Fry and Bender weren't dynamic enough to rescue them, West and Ward returned to their imprisonment by "Mom" to be subjected to more gruesome and painful experiments. (Burt Ward's cloned head had been attached to a robot body - colored like his old Robin costume - and Adam West's head had been surgically grafted onto a giant bat, making him a Man-Bat.)
The Tooniverse in 3013 AD
Adam West is a member of the TV Crossover Hall of Fame twice over - once for his live action appearances as himself and the other for his appearances as Adam West in the Tooniverse.
His Tooniverse appearances are from:
- 'Family Guy'
- 'The Simpsons'
- 'Johnny Bravo'
- 'The Fairly Odd Parents'
and now, 'Futurama'
This marks Burt Ward's first foray into the Tooniverse as himself. He has two live action appearances as himself to his credit in Earth Prime-Time and one in the TV dimension for those behind-the-scenes movies. He is technically eligible for membership in the TV Crossover Hall of Fame.