An ordinary man finds himself forced to assist The Joker in one of his crimes.

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Batman (voice)
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Charlie Collins (voice)
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An ordinary man finds himself forced to assist The Joker in one of his crimes.

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11 September 1992 (USA)  »

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Charles Collins' driver's license says he lives in Gotham Estates, New York. Assuming this is a suburb of Gotham City, this would put Gotham either in New York or in one of the five states adjoining it. Official DC canon puts it in New Jersey. See more »

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The Joker: Here's the deal. I'll let you off, if you promise to do a little favor for me.
Charles 'Charlie' Michael Collins: Okay. What?
The Joker: I DON'T KNOW! I HAVEN'T THOUGHT OF IT YET! You just toddle on back to your mundane, meaningless little life, and when I need you... I'll call.
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References Tiny Toon Adventures (1990) See more »

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The New Batman-Superman Adventures - Theme from the Animated Series
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Written by Shirley Walker
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Allway A Fun Time With 'The Joker'
11 September 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Some loser who's griping about his bad day at work, and the fact no one respects him there and at home, a la Rodney Dangerfield, gets rude to another driver. Big mistake: that guy is "The Joker," who hunts down our wimpy "Mr. Collins," who winds up pleading for his life. He promises he'll do whatever The Joker wants him to do, if he won't hurt him.

The Joker tells him, "You just run off to your mundane, meaningless little life and I when I need you, I'll call."

Two years later, on a night Police Commissioner Gordon is being honored, The Joker wants to, uh, let's say, join in the fun. He also decides to cash in the "debt" Mr. Collins owes him. The latter has changed his name and residence but the Joker has kept tabs on who and where he is, and calls him up.

So far, I've enjoyed every episode that featured the Joker and a big part of that is his dialog, full of sarcasm, insults and humor. His female partner here, "Harley Quinn," also has a lot of good lines.

Note: The Joker's bodyguards in here are named "Rocko" and "Henshaw," two guys that were in Sgt. Bilko's platoon way back on TV in the late '50s.


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