You better schedule your guilty pleasure viewing party of Batman and Robin over fast because you'll only be able to giggle at George Clooney's nipples on Netflix much longer.

That film and a bunch of other television shows and movies are disappearing from the streaming service on Feb. 1 because Netflix hates you and likes to torment your soul. Just when the early stages of your freakout that Netflix might be dropping some BBC shows subsided, word comes that more of your beloved favorites are going bye-bye come Feb. 1.

  • Blackadder (Seasons 1-­4)
  • A View to a Kill
  • Airheads
  • Apocalypse Now
  • Apocalypse Now Redux
  • Babes in Toyland
  • Batman & Robin
  • Batman Forever
  • Batman Returns
  • Cocoon: The Return
  • Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
  • Down Periscope
  • Fawlty Towers (Seasons 1-2)
  • For Your Eyes Only
  • From Russia With Love
  • Goldfinger
  • Hotel Babylon (Seasons 1-4)
  • Jane Eyre
  • Live and Let Die
  • Mad Max
  • MASH
  • MI­-5 (Seasons 1­-10)
  • Nacho Libre
  • Never Say Never Again
  • Red Dwarf (Seasons 1­-9)
  • Revenge
  • School Daze
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie
  • The Juror
  • Wishmaster
  • Zodiac
  • Jem and the Holograms (Seasons 1-3)
  • My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (Seasons 1­-4)
  • Pound Puppies (Seasons 1-­3)
  • Transformers Prime (Seasons 1-­3)
  • Transformers: Rescue Bots
  • Arbitrage
  • Dredd
  • Ali
  • Monkey Trouble
  • Panic Room

GOD, NO, NOT MONKEY TROUBLE! This is devastating news to the die-hard monkey-related cinema fans out there. As for Revenge, I would get too worked up about it. You pretty much only need to watch the first season and maybe half of the second before it goes completely off the rails.

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Emily Thorne is reportedly handling this news by moving into a beautiful cottage next to Netflix's mansion, slowly charming her way into Netflix's good graces and biding her time, waiting for the perfect moment when everything finally comes together. Just wait, Netflix. You'll see.

Update: Thanks to a reader and a kindly Netflix employee, we now know for sure that it is NOT Revenge the series that is leaving Netflix, it's Revenge the movie. Both feature Madeleine Stowe, FYI. (I wonder if that's how she picks her scripts? Agent: We have a great new project for you, Madeleine! This is going to be a hit for sure. Stowe: Is it called "Revenge?" Agent: Um, no. Stowe: Hmm. Pass.)

Image via ABC.