Well, this is an odd bit of synchronicity.
Reading back through my script, I can see why most of my jokes were passed over. But here are a few of my favorites:
(Bane is injected with the steroid/hormone juice) "The Barry Bonds workout."
Yep. "Ah, the Barry Bonds process."
(Appearance of Jesse Ventura) "Hey, it's that OTHER big dumb politician!"
Yep. "Man, there are more politicians in this than on CSPAN."
(And why was there no riffs about Ventura at all? Even a "Arkham presents PredatorCon'08!" riff.)
(Poison Ivy in Arkham at the end) "Uh oh - she's Helena-Bonham-Carter-ing!"
And this is tre odd. "Helena Bonham Carter in a surprise guest appearance."
And there's only three that I really regretted not hearing.
One at the end when the satellite appears:
"The satellite reads US Army" "Ah. Part of the Army's elite space division." "I hear they work a lot with the Air Force's underground drilling Corps."
(a Stern riff? Really?)
As Batman is heating up the city with the (fingerquote) Laser (/fingerquote): "So, when this ice melts, that means thousands of tons of water are suddenly going to wash over Gotham, right?" "It's a shame Massive Water Damage Man isn't here to see this." (There was another similar quote about plumbers later. But neither was used. And there's dead air for both. Sigh.)
And lastly, one where one of Josh's was used.
At the 34 minute mark, where we were panning up the giant man statue. " Is a man not entitled to the sweat of his own brow? 'No!' says the man in Gotham, 'It belongs to the Bat.'"
The statue looks almost exactly like the architecture used in Bioshock, and how often do we get the chance to put a Bioshock reference into a Rifftrax? (Yeah, it's a 5 percenter joke. But those are the riffs people remember.)
And I'm not broken up about this one, but I had a joke about the frizzies when Bane and Ivy were in the ape costumes. Didn't make it. Oh well.
(Oh, I also tried fitting in "Believe me Robin, woman is the most fiendish instrument of torture ever devised to bedevil the days of man" into several places, which is a paraphrasing of a line from "Oh, Brother", but it didn't make it in. To be fair, there wasn't really a good place for it to be used, either topic or space-wise. And neither of my Schnappi refs made it in either.)