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Anthony Bourdain’s Death – Batman Relation

Thanks to @American Jedi in the Discord chat for following through on this theory that our news is being scripted out based on episodes from Batman from the 1960’s. I saw some truth to this theory, but this is the most concrete yet.

This is all about a two-part episode that aired on December 7th and 8th, 1966. The first episode was called The Bird’s Last Jest, and the second was called The Penguin’s Nest

The Bird’s Last Jest (IMDB)
The Penguin’s Nest (IMDB)
“The Penguin’s Nest” / “The Bird’s Last Jest”episode summaries

I opened up my first post discussing how significant the number 119 was to this ritual. So it’s interesting that the villain for this episode was The Penguin"The Penguin" = 119 (English Ordinal)

Bourdain died on June 8th, written 8/6 internationally"Penguin" = 86 (English Ordinal)

"Chef" = 86 (Reverse Ordinal)

The Penguin was played by Burgess Meredith

"Burgess Meredith" = 232 (Reverse Ordinal)

"Anthony Michael Bourdain" = 232 (English Ordinal)

In my post, I also discussed how significant the number 23 was to this death. This two-part episode was written by Lorenzo Semple Jr."Lorenzo Semple Jr." = 203 (English Ordinal)

"Chef Anthony Bourdain" = 203 (English Ordinal)

The chef of The Penguin’s restaurant was Cordy Blue, played by Lane Bradford

"Chef Cordy Blue" = 224 (Reverse Ordinal)

"Lane Bradford" = 224 (Reverse Ordinal)

"Anthony Bourdain" = 224 (Reverse Ordinal)

The first episode of the series was the show’s 61st. Bourdain died at age 61, 61 months after his show, Parts Unknown, first aired:61 Months

1881 DaysBut here’s the real kicker. Measuring from April 14th, 2013, the date of Parts Unknown’s first episode, to the date he died, was 1881 days:

18810 DaysMeasuring from the date of the second half of the two-part episode from the Batman show in 1966 gives us almost the exact same number – 18810 days:

The episode even has contemporary news mentioned – for instance, the meeting they have at the restaurant is to discuss prison reform, an issue Kim Kardashian recently visited the White House to meet with Jared Kushner about.

The Bat-signal: The Penguin has opened a fancy-pants restaurant called the Penguin’s Nest at the top of a Gotham City skyscraper. Peculiarly, the restaurant has a cover charge of $100, and a sign that says “ONLY RICH PEOPLE AND FRIENDS ADMITTED.” Warden Crichton has arranged for Gordon, O’Hara, Bruce, Dick, and Harriet to have dinner there to show how his prison reforms are working. Penguin apparently learned the art of haute cuisine in the penitentiary kitchen.

Then there’s this detail:

More peculiarly, orders are taken by writing them down on slips of paper and handing them to the waitstaff rather than being given orally.

Why? This doesn’t seem to have any other bearing on the story. Could this be because this Tuesday was a Voting day in America? Voting takes place in a voting booth…perhaps this is why the men enter a phone booth shortly after the meal begins:

Visit the episode synopsis and do some more theorizing for yourself.

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