When Joker steals a nuclear weapon, Batman arranges for Harley Quinn's release from Arkham, so she can help him track the Joker down.

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When Joker steals a nuclear weapon, Batman arranges for Harley Quinn's release from Arkham, so she can help him track the Joker down.

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23 May 1994 (USA)  »

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In British theatrical tradition, a "harlequinade" is a play (or part of a play) in which the clown (or harlequin) plays the principal role. See more »

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As Harley performs Say We're Sweethearts Again, the piano player's legs vanish for one shot. See more »

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[after Harley ties up Batman and Robin with a cable gun stolen from the Batmobile]
Harley Quinn: Gee, it's amazing the things you find in people's glove compartments.
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Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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Harely comes into her own
4 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's not every day that Arleen Sorkin gets to outshine Mark Hamill, but 'Harlequinade' is that rare opportunity. Desperate to disarm a bomb before the Joker drips it on Gotham, Batman springs Harley from Arkham to assist. The clash between the two - no-nonsense and hysterical - is an episode unto itself, but just those few minutes' worth gives Harley plenty of spotlight; and that's before the gangsters show up. Incidentally, I had to look up the voice for Boxy Bennett. Thought for sure that was Harvey Keitel - the resemblance is uncanny!

This is full of ironic humor and really mines the dysfunction between Harley and Joker for laughs. It's about time Harley got (part of) her own episode, and this is just what you'd expect.

8/10


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