Joker tells Harley they'll get to a high altitude and watch the nuclear bomb go off on Gotham, but Joker using a biplane and the highest recorded altitude for a biplane was set in 1938 at 56,047 ft. That places the maximum altitude a biplane can reach at around ten miles up, and the fireball mushroom cloud of a nuclear bomb goes far beyond that height. See more »
[Batman has released Harley Quinn from Arkham to help him find the Joker. While they are riding along in the Batmobile:]
[reaches for the dashboard]
I want to listen to the radio!
[She pushes a button, and a drag chute deploys from the Batmobile's rear, causing the car to swerve wildly, until Batman brakes to a stop]
Listen, and listen good. You don't touch anything, say anything, or *do* anything unless I tell you! GOT IT?
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Joker gets a big atomic bomb (yikes!) and then kidnaps the mayor. He plans to destroy Gotham with the bomb and escape. But, does he rescue his faithful companion, Harley? She is out helping the Dark Knight because she doesn't want to go through with it whilst Joker is planning to escape in a plane. Can Batman stop him? This episode features Harley singing which is fairly enjoyable and there is some humour there too. This episode is enjoyable, but not the greatest joker episode out there, or Harley episode for that matter, my favourite Harley episode is "Harley & Ivy" but it is worth viewing to witness joker and Harley arguing and then immediately back together again and for the humour involved.
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