For some reason, the show's two leads were especially popular with women, because there is apparently nothing sexier than a man in an ill-fitting bat costume and his cherubic adult sidekick. And Ward minces no words telling everyone and anyone about his green-shorted sexual escapades. According to Ward's autobiography, Boy Wonder: My Life in Tights, female humans couldn't wait to throw themselves at him and his co-star. As Ward put it, "Everyone wanted our Bat Sperm in every orifice." Not to be pedants, but technically, only West can refer to his baby gravy as "Bat Sperm."
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The two front utility pouches are just filled with condoms and lube.
The show's popularity fizzled, and it was cancelled after three seasons. West struggled with typecasting and drunken public appearances for years before eventually finding voice-over work on shows like Family Guy, in which he plays Mayor Adam West, the role he was born to play. As for Ward, when he isn't trying like hell to convince the world that he invented a brand of pet food that will give your dogs eternal life ...