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27th Jan '17 4:17:47 AM CaptainTedium
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* In "His Silicon Soul", a group of thugs investigate a warehouse of crates containing tech from Karl Rossum's company Cybertron, one of them stating that the warehouse could be full of useful gear. Another crook remarks "This place is full of something, alright, and so are you!"
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2nd Jan '17 2:19:00 AM SeptimusHeap
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** Upon discovering Batman using a jetpack, the Joker asks if he has [[FreudWasRight propulsion envy]].

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** Upon discovering Batman using a jetpack, the Joker asks if he has [[FreudWasRight propulsion envy]].envy.
25th Sep '16 2:20:57 PM maxwellsilver
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** In the same episode, the effects of the Scarecrow's fear toxin are very similar to LSD, especially when [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UPLEwK70XA tested on a cat]].

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** In the same episode, the effects of the Scarecrow's fear toxin are very similar to LSD, especially when [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UPLEwK70XA [[https://youtu.be/gHkeOY-xN0I?t=27s tested on a cat]].
8th Aug '16 4:56:55 PM Gerusz
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*** And much later, in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'', Lois shows up among the photos of Bruce's exes...
7th Jul '16 6:09:29 PM urutapu
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* In "The Man Who Killed Batman", Harley poses as a lawyer for Sid the Squid in order to break him out. When Harvey Bullock says that she looks familiar, she replies, "I think I served you a subpoena once. It was a ''small'' subpoena."
** Later in the same episode, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ld0uIhst3TA the Joker delivers a eulogy for Batman]]... just before dropping the man that killed him into a vat of acid. The Joker notably calls Sid the Squid a gunsel, a Yiddish word for "effeminate homosexual" (or "catamite") that evolved, through false cognates, into a term for a gunman.

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* In "The Man Who Killed Batman", Harley poses as a lawyer for Sid the Squid in order to break him out. When Harvey Bullock says that she looks familiar, she replies, "I think I served you a subpoena once. It was a ''small'' subpoena."
** Later in the same episode,
[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ld0uIhst3TA the Joker delivers a eulogy for Batman]]... just before dropping the man that killed him into a vat of acid. The Joker notably calls Sid the Squid a gunsel, a Yiddish word for "effeminate homosexual" (or "catamite") that evolved, through false cognates, into a term for a gunman.
7th Jul '16 6:08:37 PM urutapu
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* In "The Man Who Killed Batman", [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ld0uIhst3TA The Joker's Eulogy]] for Batman... just before dropping the man that killed him into a vat of acid. The Joker notably calls Sid the Squid a gunsel, a Yiddish word for "effeminate homosexual" (or "catamite") that evolved, through false cognates, into a term for a gunman.

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* In "The Man Who Killed Batman", Harley poses as a lawyer for Sid the Squid in order to break him out. When Harvey Bullock says that she looks familiar, she replies, "I think I served you a subpoena once. It was a ''small'' subpoena."
** Later in the same episode,
[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ld0uIhst3TA The Joker's Eulogy]] the Joker delivers a eulogy for Batman...Batman]]... just before dropping the man that killed him into a vat of acid. The Joker notably calls Sid the Squid a gunsel, a Yiddish word for "effeminate homosexual" (or "catamite") that evolved, through false cognates, into a term for a gunman.
7th Jul '16 10:20:19 AM HighCrate
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* In the episode "The Man Who Killed Batman", Harley poses as a lawyer for Sid the Squid in order to break him out. When Harvey Bullock says that she looks familiar, she replies, "I think I served you a subpoena once. It was a ''small'' subpoena."
** In the same episode, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ld0uIhst3TA The Joker's Eulogy]] for Batman... just before dropping the man that killed him into a vat of acid. The Joker notably calls Sid the Squid a gunsel, a Yiddish word for "effeminate homosexual" (or "catamite") that evolved, through false cognates, into a term for a gunman.

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* In the episode In "The Man Who Killed Batman", Harley poses as a lawyer for Sid the Squid in order to break him out. When Harvey Bullock says that she looks familiar, she replies, "I think I served you a subpoena once. It was a ''small'' subpoena."
** In the same episode,
[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ld0uIhst3TA The Joker's Eulogy]] for Batman... just before dropping the man that killed him into a vat of acid. The Joker notably calls Sid the Squid a gunsel, a Yiddish word for "effeminate homosexual" (or "catamite") that evolved, through false cognates, into a term for a gunman.
4th Mar '16 9:24:53 PM lorgskyegon
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* In "Fear of Victory", Batman crashes through a window into a bathrobed woman's apartment. At first she exclaims, "Oh my!" in surprise, but when she realizes who it is, she repeats, "Oh, ''my''," [[ArentYouGoingToRavishMe as if she expects something to happen.]]

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* In "Fear of Victory", Batman crashes through a window into a bathrobed woman's apartment. At first she exclaims, "Oh my!" in surprise, but when she realizes who it is, she repeats, "Oh, ''my''," [[ArentYouGoingToRavishMe as if she expects something to happen.]]]] Batman certainly recognizes it as he gives her a flirtatious smile on the way out.
27th Jan '16 5:27:40 AM WhatArtThee
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* In "Holiday Knights", Harley is complaining about how she and Ivy have to share a seedy hotel room. ''[[ThereIsOnlyOneBed With one double bed]].'' Ivy eventually shoves Harley onto her back on the mattress.



*** Not to mention he says "Today is the day the clown cried", a reference to the unreleased ''Film/TheDayTheClownCried'' from Creator/JerryLewis, which was about a clown in a concentration camp.
* In the episode "Legends of the Dark Knight", a group of kids are relating their stories about Batman, all of which are alternate takes on the Dark Knight. As they walk along a sidewalk, they encounter a long-haired, effeminate boy named Joel in a violet shirt standing outside a ''shoe-maker'' shop, who is wrapping a mannequin's feather boa around himself. He mentions that his favorite things about Batman are his muscles and tight rubber armor, which he declares to be "Fabulous!" He also claims that the Batmobile can drive up walls. The other kids roundly dismiss his statements as silly, and they keep walking. The scene was a major TakeThat to ''Film/BatmanForever'' and ''Film/BatmanAndRobin'' director Joel Schumacher, who was openly gay and infamous for putting nipples on the bat suit ([[NeverLiveItDown which he has never heard the end of]]). Reportedly, Schumacher got a kick out of the reference ([[SarcasmMode it's almost like he was never a big fan of his Batman movies]]).
24th Jan '16 6:50:03 PM nombretomado
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* In the {{Superman|TheAnimatedSeries}}/Batman crossover episode "World's Finest", when asked by the Batman on where the Joker was, a henchman answered with, "I dunno, making ha-ha with Harley Quinn!"

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* In the {{Superman|TheAnimatedSeries}}/Batman WesternAnimation/{{Superman|TheAnimatedSeries}}/Batman crossover episode "World's Finest", when asked by the Batman on where the Joker was, a henchman answered with, "I dunno, making ha-ha with Harley Quinn!"
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