In the American Dad! episode "Rapture's Delight", the Anti-Christ (voiced by Andy Samberg) draws many similarities to the Riddler. He wears a red jumpsuit and domino mask covered with upside-down crosses, and behaves as if he were criminally insane.
When Sinestro shaves off his mustache, his upper lip starts gushing blood, causing Riddler to run out of the bathroom in disgust. He appears in the final segment where he participates in the battle between the Justice League and the Legion of Doom.
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He appears in another segment where he forms the Punctuation Posse, consisting of Comma, Exclamation, and Quotes. He next appears in a segment where he and Mirror Master pressure Sinestro to shave off his mustache in the bathroom.
Riddler also appears in the Legion of Doom segments in the Robot Chicken DC Comics Special, voiced by Paul Reubens. He makes a cameo appearance in a segment where the Legion of Doom members draw names for secret Santa.
Zeb Wells voices Riddler in the episode "But Not In That Way". In a segment that parodies Arkham Asylum in the style of The Shawshank Redemption, Riddler writes a request to Joker to play "Who Let the Dogs Out?" on "Arkham's Top 40".
The Riddler appears in the Robot Chicken episode "Endless Breadsticks" voiced by Patrick Warburton. When the Riddler gives a riddle at the dinner table, his wife tells him to just ask for the salt.
The Riddler appears in one of the Batman OnStar commercials, portrayed by Brian Stepanek. In a Simpsons episode, Bart tells a story when he is Batman and one enemy is called The Diddler, this character has the identity of Ned Flanders.
Frank Gorshin and Adam West parodied the 1994 film Interview With the Vampire as their (uncostumed) 1960s Batman characters in a short film for The MTV Movie Awards with West portraying Brad Pitt's vampire (or "bat-man") and Gorshin as Christian Slater's interviewer.
When Question Mark attacks Bat-Duck and asks him "How can you tell if an elephant's been in your bed," Bat-Duck asks "African Elephant or Indian" which Question Mark quotes "Gee, I don't know." Bat-Duck then knocks him out with a boxing glove emitted from his utility belt.
In the Tiny Toon Adventures episode "Inside Plucky Duck," a cartoon called "Bat's All Folks" parodied Riddler as Question Mark (voiced by Charlie Adler). He assisted Jackster (a donkey parody of Joker), Puffin (a parody of Penguin), and Polecatwoman (a parody of Catwoman) in a plot to rub out Bat-Duck so that everyone would buy their T-Shirts.