Warning: There are spoilers ahead for this week’s episode of Harley Quinn!
Poison Ivy has made her choice between Harley Quinn and Kite Man…and it wasn’t Harley! But things became even more dire for the Clown Princess of Crime this week. DC Universe has released Harley Quinn Season 2 episode 10, and we want to hear what the Superhero Hype community thinks about it!
Harley resolved to drown her sorrows by getting drunk and getting laid. However, she was less than thrilled by the selection of suitors at the Wayne Tower bar. She also ran into her ex-boyfriend, Joker, who still had no memory of his true self. Shortly thereafter, Harley and Joker were forced into a Die Hard-like hostage situation. Meanwhile, Doctor Psycho reiterated his intention to leave Harley’s crew. He even left instructions to deal with the newly muscular Riddler.
Regardless of Harley’s past with Joker, she felt that his current incarnation gave her non-judgmental advice. They soon encountered Riddler, who revealed that he had escaped from her hideout. Additionally, Commissioner Gordon arrived at Wayne Tower and arrested the Joker. But before Joker could be taken away, Clayface, King Shark, and Sy Borgman arrived to back up Harley. However, Doctor Psycho revealed that he and Riddler have formed an alliance. Together, Psycho and Riddler attacked Harley’s crew with mind controlled parademons.
Psycho also used his enhanced powers to take control of Clayface and King Shark. Borgman sacrificed himself to allow Gordon, Harley, and Joker to escape. Harley realized that the only way to save the world from Psycho and Riddler is to save the Justice League from the Book of Fables. And to do that, she had to take Joker back to Ace Chemicals and dump him in another vat of chemicals in the hope that his memory would return. Because the Joker is the only who knows where the book is.
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