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Selina Kyle / Catwoman
All the numbers Harley reads from the phone book start with 555. This is due to the fact that 555 won't ring one up anywhere.
In Poison Ivy's flaskback, the outfit that she worn at the pumpkin patch is called a Bandeau swimsuit.
Even though Catwoman was tied up one might think that she could still attempted to roll off the conveyer belt when Harley Quinn had tried to escape.
The giant penny was only big enough for Batman's body to be tied to, but in every episode after this, it's about 5 times bigger.
Joker: Anyone else want to go?
Killer Croc: (Killer Croc bangs the table as Poison Ivy gets surprised by this action.) Me!!! There I was, holed up in this quarry when Batman came nosing around. He was getting closer, closer...
Poison Ivy: And...
Killer Croc: I threw a rock at him. (Killer Croc is then met with awkward stares from Penguin, Joker, Two-Face and Poison Ivy.)
Poison Ivy: (turns to Two-Face) So Harvey, what became of the giant penny?
Killer Croc: It was a big rock...
Poison Ivy: And that's how I almost got him.
The Joker: With exploding pumpkins?
Batman: (to Two-Face) Here, I owe you a dollar.
The Joker: Good evening, folks. I'm the Joker - living proof that you don't have to be crazy to host this show, but it helps!
Poison Ivy: So what ever happened to the giant penny?
Two-Face: They actually let him keep it.
Penguin: Now, prepare to meet your end within my...Aviary of Doom.
Poison Ivy: (incredulous) Aviary of what?!
Joker: Yeesh, Pengers! How corny can you get?
Penguin: Fahh! Just because you mongrel miscreants have no drama in your soul. Anyway, I had him trapped in my Avi--...um, big bird house.
Penguin: I find your petty machinations mildly diverting. But for sheer criminal genius, none surpasses my latest ornothologically-inspired entoilment.
Joker: Smaller words, please. You're losing Croc.
Killer Croc: (rubbing his head in confusion) Huh?
Joker: It seems we've all got an "almost got him" Batman story. I know mine's the best, but...let's hear yours anyway.
Two-Face: (resentfully) Poison Ivy.
Poison Ivy: It's been a long time, Harvey. You're still looking... halfway decent.
Two-Face: (glaring) Half of me wants to strangle you.
Poison Ivy: (smiling) And what does the other half want?
Two-Face: To hit you with a truck!
Poison Ivy: (aside to others, referring to Two-Face) We used to date.
Joker & Penguin: (catching her drift) Ahhhh...
Harley Quinn: And here's the man who puts a smile on your face whether you want it or not – theeee JOKER!!
Poison Ivy: (to Batman) It's just the darnest thing. I have this natural immunity to poisons, toxins, the pain and suffering of others. Go figure...bye. (Blows him a kiss)
The Joker: I'd say ladies first, but since we don't have any, (chuckles) we'll start with you, Pam.
Penguin: It's obvious our caped friend suffered some crime-related trauma when he was younger. Perhaps an over-anxious mugger blew off a piece of his face.
The Joker: Sure, he could be all gross and disgusting under that mask! Uh, no offense, Harv.
The Joker: I want a nice clean game, gentlemen.
Penguin: That would be a first...
This episode is episode 18 on the Batman: The Animated Series Volume 2 DVD.
At the beginning, when the focus is only on their hands you see Two-Face putting half and half into his tea or coffee, an obvious joke. His poker hands during the game also usually have a "pair" of twos. Also, after Joker says he wants a nice clean game, you see him cheat by pulling an ace out of his sleeve.
Two-Face comments at the end of the story that the cops let Batman keep the penny. Now we know where that trophy came from - if only we knew where the tyrannosaurus came from (There was a T-rex robot in "Mean Season", but that's after the T-rex was seen in the Batcave).
Joker's story, that involves the Joker gassing an entire studio audience while on a talk show, is a possible reference to when he did the same thing in the Frank Miller graphic novel The Dark Knight Returns.
Poison Ivy: (referring to Two-Face) We used to date.
This refers to the episode "Pretty Poison", when Pamela Isley and Harvey Dent (PI & TF, respectively) were engaged, just before she tried to poison him.
Poison Ivy: And that's how I 'almost got him'.
Joker: (sneering) With exploding pumpkins.
The use of exploding pumpkins is a routine commonly used by both Green Goblin and the Hobgoblin, two of Spider-Man's archenemies. Ironically Mark Hamill, the voice of the Joker, voiced the Hobgoblin in the nineties Spiderman series.
Joker: you don't have to be crazy to host this show, but it helps
In The Killing Joke at Arkham Asylum, there's a little poster saying; You don't have to be crazy to work on this place, but it helps
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