While I had totally lost interest in the Batman saga running the past couple of years in his books, I recall randomly picking up Batman 392 (Feb. 86) when it came out, and finding the Moench, Mandrake and Jan Duursema story fully entertaining.
Batman and Catwoman are having a romantic evening, which keeps getting interrupted by crimes they need to stop. There is a nice touch, of Catwoman sacrificing the tails from her cat-o-nine-tails repeatedly as the story progresses. Amidst all this, the two discuss their partnership.
It’s far more entertaining that what has come before, and plays nicely against the two subplots, one with Jason Todd being forced to stay home and study, and arguing with a patient Alfred about why he would be the better partner for Batman.
The other has Harvey Bullock arguing with Commissioner Gordon about why Catwoman should not be trusted, or her relationship with Batman condoned.
Gordon agrees with Bullock, just to shut him up and get him out of his office, and when Batman and Catwoman show up later, bringing pizza, Gordon tells them that Bullock’s arguments convinced him to give Catwoman his approval.
Simple, and effective, and fun.