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Harley's Holiday 

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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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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The diploma stamped "SANE" Harley displays from Arkham Asylum is signed by "K. Altieri". Kevin Altieri is the episode's director. 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 »

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Harley Quinn: I got one question. I've been nothing but trouble. How come you've been so nice to me?
Batman: I know what it's like to try to rebuild a life.
[He holds up a bag, and gives her the dress she wanted to buy, before getting in so much trouble]
Batman: I had a bad day too, once.
[Ecstatically, she takes the dress, then stands on tiptoe to kiss his cheek]
Harley Quinn: Nice guys like you shouldn't have bad days.
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Harley's After Hours
21 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

This episode another in the honorable mention list of mine. For fans of Harley Quinn this episode is a real treat as it's the first stand alone episode featuring her and in a way predates the stand alone comic book series she had years latter.

It's basically Batman doing "After Hours" just like in that film it's focused on one individual trying to make it though one crazy night. Just like Harley whom is going out for the day, trying to reintegrate into society. I really like in the first minutes when she's out of makeup and we see her shopping around but she on roller skates with 50's get up on and she walking her pet hyenas both factors considered unsafe. But that's just Harley being herself, to her doing things like make sense to her and make her feel good; which is really what being a person is about.

What I really like about this episode is in a way it's a bit of a commentary on our perception of normal, Gotham/modern society itself, and even how hard it really is to walk the straight and narrow. Harley we see really is trying to do the right thing but so much craziness is happening around her that's it's driving her to do some for once unintentional shenanigans, what happens to her is bad/dumb luck or even a combo of both; craziest thing it's not even Friday the 13th (or not that I know of).

And most of what happens in this episode truly is crazy, I won't reveal it all it's something you have to see to believe but I'll just say one of the things it involves is a tank; when I saw that I thought wow! At that point I don't know if Harley is crazy or the world around her is; yeah Harley I know how you feel.

A lot can happen in one day for one person.

Rating: 4 stars


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