When Livewire escapes in Gotham City, Supergirl and Batgirl team up to find her, but the supervillainess has joined with Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy herself.



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Episode cast overview:
Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
Batgirl / Barbara Gordon (voice) (as Tara Charendoff)
Supergirl / Kara Kent (voice)
Diane Pershing ...
Driver Cop / Security Guard (voice)


When Livewire escapes in Gotham City, Supergirl and Batgirl team up to find her, but the supervillainess has joined with Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy herself.

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17 October 1998 (USA)  »

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Batman/Bruce Wayne has appeared on every show in the DC Animated Universe, but this is the only crossover episode in which characters from another show appear on his. See more »


Detective Harvey Bullock: So she smoked ya.
Supergirl: We put up a fight.
Detective Harvey Bullock: And lost. I never thought I'd hear myself saying this, but where's the Bat?
Batgirl: We're handling this.
Detective Harvey Bullock: Oh, that's reassuring.
Batgirl: Don't let that doughnut dunker get to you. We're gonna have this whole thing sewn up before Batman and Superman get back.
Supergirl: Sure. How hard can it be? Two against one, right?
Batgirl: Right!
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References Superman (1996) See more »


Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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A forced crossover
19 July 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Man, what is this the third bad episode in a row, this is a bad drought I'm in right now. This episode is essentially "Harley and Ivy" only with two other characters shoehorned in. Livewire has literally no reason to be here. All of her dialogue sounds forced, and her voice is irritating, so of course, she talks throughout the entire episode and has a one-liner for everything that happens. And Supergirl is also completely unnecessary. Now, I might know next to nothing about Supergirl, but I'm guessing she has all the powers Superman does and they only come into play when the plot calls for them. Oh wow, I was right, imagine that. In case you haven't figured it out, I don't like Superman very much, or at all really. Why do you think I gave him the nickname "The Government's Errand Boy"? There's just no suspense with any challenge that's in front of him, because he always wins, at least Batman can lose a fight because he wasn't written into a corner. Had Supergirl and Livewire been replaced with Catwoman, I think this would've worked better. Batgirl and Catwoman have to team up to take down Harley and Ivy, that would've been pretty good. Harley and Ivy have some good lines, but then Livewire cuts in to give an annoying one-liner. A few minor changes and this episode could've been pretty good, but I'm sure they were just contractually obligated to have a "Token Crossover" episode.

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