When the Joker learns that a casino owner is using his likeness for the theme of his business, he escapes Arkham Asylum to destroy it while unaware of the owner's real motives.



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Episode cast overview:
Batman (voice)
Mari Devon ...
Summer Gleeson (voice)
The Joker (voice)
Cameron Kaiser (voice)
Security Guard (voice)
Irving (voice)
Diane Pershing ...
Poison Ivy (voice)
TV Host (voice)


While in Arkham Asylum, The Joker sees a television report on the opening of a splashy new casino by businessman Cameron Kaiser. The casino is based entirely on Joker's persona, which angers the Clown Prince Of Crime, and also irritates visiting billionaire Bruce Wayne. Joker escapes Arkham and makes a bee-line to The Joker's Wild casino to blow it up, while Bruce Wayne dons his cape and cowl and discovers Cameron Kaiser's real motive for building it. When Joker arrives he gets duped out in a card game by Bruce Wayne, then dodges Batman via his old Jokermobile before getting to work in earnest to blow up the casino. Batman meanwhile confronts Kaiser, but is knocked out via electric shock and dumped into the Joker's lap. Now tied to a gigantic roulette wheel, Batman recovers enough to warn Joker that Kaiser intends for him to destroy the casino for a massive insurance payment, causing Joker to go after Kaiser while leaving behind enough explosive to finish off Batman. Written by Michael Daly

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19 November 1992 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Shortly after escaping from the guard at Arkam, The Joker says, "what a maroon" which is one of Bugs Bunny's favorite insults. See more »


[first lines]
[Poison Ivy watches a gardening show, then the Joker strides in and changes the TV channel]
Poison Ivy: Hey! I was watching that!
The Joker: And now you're watching this.
Poison Ivy: Change it back!
The Joker: [goofy voice] Uh-huh, nope, nope, nope, nope, don't want to.
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References The Joker's Wild (1972) See more »


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Solid writing elevates this casino caper
23 November 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is quintessential Joker. What makes the guy so entertaining is that his homicidal psychosis is a mischievous one. He's completely unpredictable too, which is what makes this hilarious; that the way to get under his skin is to cash in on his likeness with a gaudy casino.

Mark Hamill really does own this character, and helps make this silliness work within the tonal confines of the show. But it's also the little things,, like seeing the other Arkham inmates' total disdain for the Joker's antics (Ivy, especially).

Great episode.


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