[on being asked if she feels Poison Ivy's actions were justified or is just another green peace reject who gets off on crime] Ivy obviously is a bit off her rocker. When I first read the script for her debut episode Pretty Poison I think it was, I was not sure how to approach her. Was she simply a sultry woman who despised men or was she a genuine eco-b*tch with a vengeance for men who indulged in destroying what she loved? Truth is she was a little of both. I didn't realize just how human she was until about the fourth episode I did. By that time I had done some minor research into the fantasy book world of her....the comics and novels. Ivy was just a battered woman really. A man hurt her so she took it to the extreme. So to answer your question I think Ivy is a combo of both. A woman pushed to the brink by her love of the natural world and the injustice man does to it, and her hatred of men for what one did to her.
[on asked if she watched the 1997 Batman & Robin movie & how she felt about Uma Thurman's performance] I did manage to watch it with my husband when it came out on DVD. I have to admit, it was horrible. The neon lights were extreme and not at all like Gotham was designed in the animated version. Mr. Freeze was ridiculous. Utterly ridiculous. I don't know, I just didn't enjoy it. I didn't find the characters to be believable like I do on the animated show. I will give Uma credit for one thing-she looked like the only one having a good time. Other than that, I have nothing good to say about the film.