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DR. PENELOPE YOUNG
That's horrible. How can you joke about that?
RIDDLER
Easy, Doctor, it's not my baby.
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RIDDLER
Hi-diddle-diddle, time for a riddle?
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RIDDLER
What? You're nearly done? Are you cheating? Looking them up on the internet? Tell me.
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RIDDLER
I am Edward Nygma. The world's greatest detective.
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RIDDLER
You are beginning to impress me, Batman. I'll let you help me find my socks if you keep this up.
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RIDDLER
You forget, Doctor, I'M the one who asks the riddles.
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RIDDLER
What? You found 75% of my challenges? This can't be right.
3
RIDDLER
[Batman collects trophy] So, you found it at last. What have you been doing with your time?
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RIDDLER
It's the E. Nygma Show!
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DR. PENELOPE YOUNG
Patient Interview #39, July 29th. Patient's name is Edward Nigma. Mr. Nigma, tell us about your childhood.
RIDDLER
Miserable. Next?
DR. PENELOPE YOUNG
But I'm sure that's when your fascination in riddles began.
RIDDLER
Very well. My father hated me. He always called me a moron.
DR. PENELOPE YOUNG
I see.
RIDDLER
I was determined to prove him wrong. So I entered a contest at school. A $20 prize to the kid who can solve an almost impossible logic problem. And I won, of course.
DR. PENELOPE YOUNG
And did that please your father?
RIDDLER
Hardly. He was convinced that I had cheated. He kept yelling, "You must have cheated! Admit it, you moron, you cheated!" I swore to him that I didn't, and he hit me for lying.
DR. PENELOPE YOUNG
Well, I'm sorry to hear that.
RIDDLER
Don't be. He was right.