Creepy BATMAN Invades Commissioner Gordon's Life in this Hilarious SNL Digital Short
SNL's Andy Samberg plays Batman, using Christian Bale's gravelly voice to its finest. While Commissioner Gordon is played by guest host Steve Buscemi, who becomes increasingly creeped out by Batman.
This is a great spoof of Christopher Nolan's version of the Batman (Andy Samber) and Gordon (Steve Buscemi) dynamic. I'm sure
The Dark Knight Rises
will keep up the usual routine of having Batman pop up and disappear while Gary Oldman's Gordon is in the middle of a thought, but it won't be this funny. Enjoy!
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