On her first day of release, Harley Quinn gets into a ridiculous amount of trouble in record time.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Dr. Joan Leland (voice)
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On her first day of release, Harley Quinn gets into a ridiculous amount of trouble in record time.

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15 October 1994 (USA)  »

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| (85 episodes)

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Harley and Batman both talk about having a "bad day." This may be a reference to the ground-breaking comics story 'The Killing Joke' by Alan Moore, in which the Joker sets out to prove that "one bad day" is enough to make anyone as crazy as him. See more »

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When Batman and Robin are chasing Harley Quinn, Batman stops at a stoplight. The light turns blue, not green, to signal him to go. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Joan Leland: You've made wonderful progress, Harley. You've passed your competency hearing, and tomorrow, you will be released, mentally sane and sound.
Harley Quinn: [Begins jumping up and down] Weee! Wahoo! Whoopee! Yay! Yay! Yay!
[Regains composure]
Harley Quinn: Uh... I mean thank you, Dr. Leland.
Dr. Joan Leland: That's ok. You have every reason to be proud of yourself.
The Scarecrow: [shouting off screen] Unhand me!
Dr. Joan Leland: I just wish the other inmates could make your sort of progress.
[Batman and Robin are seen bringing in the Scarecrow]
The Scarecrow: I am the master of fear! The ...
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The Adventures of Batman & Robin Theme
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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Probably second best in series
6 September 2013 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

If you dig around you will find that the Harley Quinn character is by a wide margin the single most popular "bad guy" in the series, astonishingly popular with with boys and girls. And with good reason. There is something irresistibly charming about Harley that resonates, no matter what mischief she is up to. Did not get the background notes on this episode but clearly the producers and writers wanted to give Harley an episode of her own, and this is the closest they could come. The animation is superb. The one and only Arleen Sorkin does the voice (essentially, a voice she invented, without realizing it). A treasure. Even Bob Kane, the creator of B-Man, is on hand, making it one of the few stories he participated in before his death a few years later.


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