Birds of Prey

The WB (ended 2003)





  • Season 1 Episode 14: Devil's Eyes

  • During the fight between Barbara and Helena, when Helena says "Sorry. I gotta kill you now" a tongue stud or barbell is clearly, if briefly, visible. It's also very visible when Helena is being interrogated by Harley in the clocktower.

  • Trivia: At the end of the episode when Reese and Alfred are sweeping up, a Batgirl figure is seen lying on the ground and sweeped away.

  • After Oracle figures out what happened to Helena, she only tells Dinah that Helena is "compromised." Dinah somehow immediately knows and mentions she is hypnotized.

  • Dinah's hair is curled in the episode, but when you see her fighting from the side/back in the fight scene at the end, her hair is no longer curled. In other words, Rachel's stunt double didn't have the same hairstyle.

  • In the fight scene between Helena and Harley, Harley flips to kick Helena and Helena stops her. Then after they cut to Dinah and back to Helena and Harley, the same scene is shown again.

  • Gibson and Helena didn't remember anything that had happened while they were hypnotized, so how did Alfred know to say "butle this" in relation to Harley's "butle me," in which she said when he was hypnotized?

  • In the conclusion of the fight between Helena and Harley, Barbara turns her head towards the two. A moment later, the exact same scene is repeated, just from further away.

  • This is the series finale and all, but everyone seems pretty chipper considering that Harley knows all their secret identities (as well as Batman's) as well as the location of their HQ, and is still alive to tell anyone she wants. Doesn't that pretty much end their careers as crimefighters?

  • Helena has metahuman powers and Barbara is using special technology, but how did Harley manage to jump to the top part of the clocktower?

  • Reese tells Helena the doctor's name was "Rominic" but when she passes it on to Barbara, Helena pronounces it "Rownick."

  • Barbara directs Helena to No Man's Land Collectibles because the police reported a riot that trashed the store. When Helena gets there, there is no police, the place isn't trashed (until two guys fall through a window), and the riot is still in progress.

  • Reese says the hypnotic metahuman's eyes were burned out, but earlier when Rominic yanked off his hood, his eyes were fine.

  • Season 1 Episode 13: Feat of Clay

  • The notion of Clayface having a son, with his own clay-like powers, is a concept drawn from the comics. In that medium the child's name is Cassius 'Clay' Payne, while in the Birds of Prey continuity it is Chris Cassius.

  • When Barbara is looking at the invitation to the fashion show on the computer screen, it says it starts at 7:00. Yet, when Barbara looks at the invitation she got in the mail, she says that it starts at 9.

  • Barbara manages to make four different cameras twist and move in different directions, just by moving one joystick. Later the cameras move around in different directions even when Barbara isn't controlling them as she talks with Wade.

  • Why does Cassius wear make-up? And later, when Helena comments about it, he isn't wearing any.

  • Why does Kroner call Reese and give him Cassius' address, then go to see Cassius without any protection or back-up? And why does Reese let Kroner go give Cassius the new and improved serum?

  • Alfred implies in the narration in the first episode was that the Joker had Catwoman killed to get revenge. So...was Clayface working for the Joker, or what? This isn't really made clear.

  • What kind of connection does Helena have at Arkham? The guard lets her in and out, and she bangs and screams on the glass when she confronts Clayface. But the guard never responds except to politely let her out when she's done.

  • Helena says she saw the face of her mother's killer, and she recognizes Clayface when he takes on that face, but in the flashback neither we or she can see the killer's face.

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