Harley Quinn teams up with Poison Ivy and both become the Queens of Crime, after the Joker and Batman find out.

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Harley Quinn teams up with Poison Ivy and both become the Queens of Crime, after the Joker and Batman find out.

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18 January 1993 (USA)  »

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Trivia

During this episode (7:31) you can clearly see an Apache crow dancer in the scene See more »

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After blowing up the car of the guys who harass them, Harley and Ivy drive away, but their headlights aren't on in this shot. See more »

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[Batman takes cover in Poison Ivy's hideout, in the middle of a toxic waste dump. Joker opens fire with a tommy gun, laughing maniacally]
Batman: Stop shooting, you lunatic! We're sitting on a powder keg!
[Joker keeps shooting, heedless, until a chemical drum ignites and sets off an enormous explosion, rocking the whole dump and whooshing toward everyone]
The Joker: Whoops... Dopey me.
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References Casablanca (1942) See more »

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Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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Gotham's new crime queens
4 January 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I've gotta admit, I was kind of excited when I saw Paul Dini's name in the credits. 'Harley and Ivy' is right in his wheelhouse. He knows how to mine the Joker and Harley for laughs and uses their dysfunction to great effect. But it's also a great "just us gals" story and I love that this whole thing is just a pain in the ass for Batman. The guy just finds himself right in the middle of both a pair of mischievous criminals and a lovers' spat. And total respect for slipping in a theme of spousal abuse on a kids show. Not easy, but it totally works.

It's a great episode all around. It looks good and keeps right on ticking with laughs (and explosions). And it says a lot (tons) when Arleen Sorkin outshines Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill. She's an MVP, for sure.

8/10


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