A destitute Joker unaccountably inherits a fortune from a hated gangster, only to find out the hard way that there's an embarrassing catch to the boon.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Batgirl / Barbara Gordon (voice) (as Tara Charendoff)
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The Joker (voice)
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Diane Pershing ...
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Jack Ryder / Barlowe's Bodyguard (voice) (as Jeff Glen Bennett)
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King Barlowe (voice)
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Ernie (voice)
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Fake Harley (voice)
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Joker's Lawyer (voice)
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A destitute Joker unaccountably inherits a fortune from a hated gangster, only to find out the hard way that there's an embarrassing catch to the boon.

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21 February 1998 (USA)  »

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The Fake Harley bares a resemblance to comedienne Fran Drescher, both physically and vocally. See more »

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[on a videotaped deathbed message]
King Barlowe: Hiya, Joker. If you're watching this tape, you've probably figured out you've been had. Yeah, I left you some dough, but only ten million, which, knowing you, you've already blown. See, I always hated your guts, and this was the perfect payback. By now you're probably out of real money, the I.R.S. is after you, and you can't admit I fooled you, or you'll be the laughingstock of the underworld. The joke's on you, sucker! I got the last laugh after all!
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Batman The Animated Series
Written by Danny Elfman & Shirley Walker
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Just the right dose of light-hearted
20 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Joker's Millions' has one of my favorite lines:

"I may be crazy enoughto take on Batman, but the IRS? Noooo, thank you!"

I think that perfectly illustrates the tone of this episode. The Joker, fallen on hard times, suddenly inherits a windfall from a rival gangster and has attracted the attention of the Internal Revenue Service. And even though he'll get in a life-or-death battle with Batman, he wouldn't dare upset the bean-counters. Suddenly, he has a line that won't be crossed. Loads of credit goes to Mark Hamill in the role, but you've gotta love Paul Dini's flair for a good Joker story.

7/10


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