Harley Quinn

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Season 1 episodes (13)

1 Til Death Do Us Part
!In the series premiere, Harley Quinn is fed up being the Joker's sidekick and strikes out on her own - determined to become the criminal Queenpin of Gotham City.
2 A High Bar
Determined to become one of the vaunted Legion of Doom, Harley attempts to make a big splash by crashing one of their criminal enterprises with the help of her BFF, Poison Ivy (LAKE BELL). Will she succeed, or be humiliated in the process?
3 So You Need A Crew?
Realizing that she needs a crew to pull off legit heists that will attract the Legion of Doom's attention, Harley attempts to recruit disgraced Wonder Woman villain, Dr. Psycho (TONY HALE) and Clayface (ALAN TUDYK), Gotham's shapeshifting thespian extraordinaire.
4 Finding Mr. Right
Now that she's got a crew - including newest member King Shark (RON FUNCHES) - up-and-coming supervillain Harley Quinn needs a nemesis. Although she goes after Gotham's big fish, Batman (DIEDRICH BADER), she ends up with an adolescent Robin (JACOB TREMBLAY), making her the laughing stock of the criminal underworld.
5 Being Harley Quinn
While trying to find a lair to house her crew, Harley suffers a (literally) paralyzing identity crisis. With the aid of Dr. Psycho's telepathic powers, the crew must enter Harley's mind to free her from her paralysis, leading to a high-stakes escape from the twisted psyche of a bona fide psycho.
6 You're A Damn Good Cop, Jim Gordon
During a heist gone wrong (thanks to Harley's impetuousness), Clayface loses an arm - which turns out to be evidence to enterprising GCPD Commissioner Jim Gordon (CHRISTOPHER MELONI), but also a key witness against Harley and her crew. Will the sentient arm turn State's witness before Harley and company can rescue him from Gordon?!
7 The Line
Desperate for her crew to have some "evil oomph," Harley breaks the Queen of Fables (WANDA SYKES) out of prison - only to find that the storybook-themed villain is maybe a little TOO evil for her tastes. Now, Harley has to extricate herself from Fables without leading to the destruction of her crew.
8 L.O.D.R.S.V.P
Harley gets an invite to the Legion of Doom's prospective members party, but Ivy discovers that it's Lex Luthor (GIANCARLO ESPOSITO) they're really after. Will this cause a rift between the two besties?
9 A Seat At The Table
After becoming a newly minted member of the Legion of Doom, Harley naturally finds she must spend time with The Joker (ALAN TUDYK). Now that they're equals, will Harley backslide into her old toxic relationship with Gotham's Clown Prince of Crime?
10 Bensonhurst
After a falling out with her crew, Harley heads back home to Bensonhurst, where her doting mother waits for her...and her deadbeat dad, who's more dangerous than anticipated.
11 Highway
Harley must rescue Ivy from the clutches of Scarecrow (RAHUL KOHLI), who's trying to harvest her pheromones to make a super toxin that turns plants into sentient monsters.
12 Devil's Snare
Harley thinks the Legion of Doom is behind Ivy's capture and the tree monsters currently ravaging Gotham. But it's a trap!
13 The Final Joke
In the season finale, Harley has her final showdown with the Joker, when “spoilers” “spoil” “spoilers”. Will they “spoiler”? Maybe. But you can bet they “spoiler”!

About this show

Harley Quinn has finally broken things off once and for all with the Joker and attempts to make it on her own as the criminal Queenpin of Gotham City in this half-hour adult animated action-comedy series. The series features Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy and a whole cast of heroes and villains, old and new, from the DC Universe.
179 reviews
Justin Hill
October 26, 2020
Great humor, style, pacing, and character development without getting too heavy. Someone wrote a review saying that "any woman will never be the butt of any joke or comedic abuse" This is completely and verifiably false. There are many jokes made at Harley's and Ivy's expense, and at the expense of other women in the show. In the second episode Harley tries to crash a party by showing up with tons of "QUEEN SLAY" energy but it turns out to be a kids bar mitzvah. Literally making her the butt of a joke. I think people just have no idea how to tell a woman with agency from pandering BS like the "woman team up" scene in Endgame, which was cringe. This show is none of that. It does not paint women as being infallible. Yes, this show is super feminist in the sense it does something that a lot of other shows still have trouble with. Equality. And if you can suspend your disbelief that a tiny 5'6" asian man can beat up giant 6'5" guys in Jet Li movies, you can suspend your disbelief that Harley can hit guys with a bat so hard it kills them.
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Lord Frunk
April 20, 2020
This show is awesome!👌This is what DC should focus on instead of chasing Marvel's MCU. Use your awesome animation department(big love to WB Animation, all your work lately has been top notch from top to bottom❤️) to create something mature and original! HQ had me laughing out loud with awesome voice over work and casting as well as great use of all of the DC characters(Bane is hilarious). Bravo DC more of this please 🔥🔥🔥
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Aura Honeydew
August 20, 2020
Solid show BUT the girl power overly feminist dialogue of the show really annoys to the point where you'll almost definitely drop the show completely when you see the pattern. They way it's done Ivy or any woman will never be the butt of any joke or comedic abuse. Really turning what should be funny with everyone being razzed into a bitter "I hate men" show dressed as a Batman[adjacent] show.
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