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8th Jun '17 2:39:55 PM Nevermore2002
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* LoopholeAbuse: As part of a deal with Batgirl, Catowman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn agree to turn themselves to the police. No sooner after, the trio are making their escape as they haven't promised they wouldn't escape.
1st Apr '17 7:47:19 AM Snowy66
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* ExpressiveHair: The points on Harley's jester hat can raise or droop with her emotion.
1st Apr '17 12:35:58 AM Snowy66
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* BalefulPolymorph: The Jade Gato turns Batgirl into a cat just before she falls to the ground. As a result she lands on her feet, just in time for Catwoman to find her and take her home.
25th Feb '17 9:36:32 AM CaptainTedium
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* PetTheDog: Catwoman numerous times, especially where cats are involved. For example, she once frees a little girls' pet cat from a safe in "Precious Birthstones" and also helps Zatanna rescue her pet white tiger in "Hold That Tiger".

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* PetTheDog: Catwoman numerous times, especially where cats are involved. For example, she once frees a little girls' girl's pet cat from a safe in "Precious Birthstones" and also helps Zatanna rescue her pet white tiger in "Hold That Tiger".
25th Feb '17 9:23:35 AM CaptainTedium
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* AnIcePerson: [[spoiler:Dora Smithy]]

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* AnIcePerson: [[spoiler:Dora Smithy]]Smithy becomes an ice-powered being at the very end of the third season.]]



* BeautyContest: [[spoiler:Batgirl stages one in order to catch the villains.]] No beauty is actually judged, given the feminist vibe.

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* BeautyContest: [[spoiler:Batgirl stages one in order to catch the villains.villains in "Miss Un-Congeniality".]] No beauty is actually judged, given the feminist vibe.



* TheCameo: One of the wax statues that Baby Harley crawls by and can look at in "Baby Boom" is of Lobo as he appears in the ''WebAnimation/LoboWebseries''.

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* TheCameo: One of the The wax statues that Baby Harley crawls by and can look at in "Baby Boom" is of include Zatanna, Superman, and Lobo as he appears in the ''WebAnimation/LoboWebseries''.



* CurseCutShort:

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* CurseCutShort:CurseCutShort: From "Lap Bat".



* DerailedFairyTale: ''The Three Babes'' has Poison Ivy tell Harley Quinn a story while they and Catwoman are in a prison cell. As the title suggests, it is a retelling of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, with Harley, Ivy, and Catwoman in the roles of the three bears and Batgirl in the role of Goldilocks.
* {{Foreshadowing}}:

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* DerailedFairyTale: ''The "The Three Babes'' Babes" has Poison Ivy tell Harley Quinn a story while they and Catwoman are in a prison cell. As the title suggests, it is a retelling of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, with Harley, Ivy, and Catwoman in the roles of the three bears and Batgirl in the role of Goldilocks.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Several of the early episodes of season three provide hints towards who the real villain is.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Episode 1, "The Vault":

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
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Episode 1, "The Vault":



* GirlsNightOutEpisode: The premise of the series.
* HeroAntagonist: Batgirl in episodes where Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, and/or Catwoman are the starring characters.
* {{Jerkass}}: Caroline Greenway. She's extremely prejudiced against Batgirl and her attitude about the men in Gotham disappearing makes her come off as a StrawFeminist.

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** In the two-part short "Trick or Trick", Poison Ivy gives Harley a life-size "Real Villains" doll of the Joker, which could very well be some kind of sex doll.
* GirlsNightOutEpisode: The premise of the series.
series is to focus on the female characters of ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries''. Commissioner Gordon is the only male character to directly appear in the series aside from a score of minor characters.
* HeroAntagonist: Batgirl in episodes where Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, and/or Catwoman are the starring characters.
characters, where she tries to capture them or at least thwart their crimes.
* {{Jerkass}}: Caroline Greenway. She's extremely prejudiced against Batgirl and her attitude about the men in Gotham disappearing makes her come off as a StrawFeminist.has strongly misandrist implications.



* MamaBear: Ivy to Harley in a Season 2 episode, when Harley is briefly turned into a baby. Ivy is visibly distraught when baby Harley disappears and spends the rest of the episode looking for her.
* MeritBadgesForEverything: In "Scout's Dishonor", Harley sets up an evil Girl Scout equivalent with this sort of logic.
* NiceHat: Zatanna. "Sorry, boys. No-one touches the hat."

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* MamaBear: Ivy to Harley in a Season 2 episode, "Baby Boom", when Harley is briefly turned into a baby. Ivy is visibly distraught when baby Harley disappears and spends the rest of the episode looking for her.
* MeritBadgesForEverything: In "Scout's Dishonor", Harley sets up an evil Girl Scout equivalent with this sort of logic.
logic. She is seen trying to teach her scouts how to earn merit badges for identity theft. In the end, Batgirl gives some ordinary girl scouts merit badges for truth and justice to reward them for helping her subdue Harley.
* NiceHat: Zatanna.Zatanna, as always, has a top hat. "Sorry, boys. No-one touches the hat."



* PaperThinDisguise: [[spoiler:Batgirl when she enters a contest to catch the villains]].
* PetTheDog: Catwoman numerous times, especially where cats are involved. For example, she once frees a little girls' pet cat from a safe and also helps Zatanna rescue her pet white tiger.

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* PaperThinDisguise: [[spoiler:Batgirl when she enters a contest to catch the villains]].
* PetTheDog: Catwoman numerous times, especially where cats are involved. For example, she once frees a little girls' pet cat from a safe in "Precious Birthstones" and also helps Zatanna rescue her pet white tiger.tiger in "Hold That Tiger".



* {{Transsexual}}: When all the men in Gotham disappear a female police officer disappears as well. Batgirl finds out that the reason she disappeared was that [[spoiler: she was genetically male.]]
* VillainProtagonist: Unless it's an episode focusing on Batgirl or Zatanna, this is always the case.
* WorldOfActionGirls: How obvious.

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* StrawFeminist: Caroline Greenway. She doesn't show much sign of being upset about the male population of Gotham disappearing and makes several vaguely misandrist remarks.
* {{Transsexual}}: When all the men in Gotham disappear a female police officer named Selma Reesedale disappears as well. Batgirl finds out that the reason she disappeared was that [[spoiler: she was genetically male.]]
* VillainProtagonist: Unless it's an episode focusing on Batgirl or Zatanna, this is always the case.case, since Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, and Catwoman are obviously criminals.
* WorldOfActionGirls: How obvious.The main characters are all female and capable of defending themselves from danger.
30th Dec '16 11:34:44 AM nombretomado
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A 2000-2002 three-season web animation series of 30 short episodes made by Noodle Soup Productions for Creator/WarnerBrothers Animation. It stars the female characters of the [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries Gotham setting]]: Poison Ivy, Comicbook/HarleyQuinn, Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}, and Comicbook/{{Batgirl}}, with occasional appearances by ComicBook/{{Zatanna}} and Renee Montoya. The series is notable for featuring the characters' television voice actresses and is generally considered canon with the {{DCAU}}.

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A 2000-2002 three-season web animation series of 30 short episodes made by Noodle Soup Productions for Creator/WarnerBrothers Animation. It stars the female characters of the [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries Gotham setting]]: Poison Ivy, Comicbook/HarleyQuinn, Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}, and Comicbook/{{Batgirl}}, with occasional appearances by ComicBook/{{Zatanna}} and Renee Montoya. The series is notable for featuring the characters' television voice actresses and is generally considered canon with the {{DCAU}}.
Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse.
4th Feb '16 8:52:01 PM C2
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The episodes are still online, though hidden on the Warner Bros. website, and a full list of the episode links can be found on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gotham_Girls the Other Wiki]]. The entire series was also included as Bonus Content on the ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'' television series DVD. A spinoff comic book was released for the series, and Creator/PaulDini's "Harley and Ivy" mini-series and later ''ComicBook/GothamCitySirens'' clearly took some inspiration from the premise.

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The Until mid-2015, the episodes are were still online, though hidden viewable on the Warner Bros. website, and a full list of the episode links can be found on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gotham_Girls the Other Wiki]].website (albeit hidden). The entire series was also included as Bonus Content on the ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'' television series DVD. A spinoff comic book was released for the series, and Creator/PaulDini's "Harley and Ivy" mini-series and later ''ComicBook/GothamCitySirens'' clearly took some inspiration from the premise.
4th Feb '16 8:50:28 PM C2
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The episodes are still online, though hidden on the Warner Brothers website, and a full list of the episode links can be found on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gotham_Girls the Other Wiki]]. The entire series was also included as Bonus Content on the ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'' television series DVD. A spinoff comic book was released for the series, and Creator/PaulDini's "Harley and Ivy" mini-series and later ''ComicBook/GothamCitySirens'' clearly took some inspiration from the premise.

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The episodes are still online, though hidden on the Warner Brothers Bros. website, and a full list of the episode links can be found on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gotham_Girls the Other Wiki]]. The entire series was also included as Bonus Content on the ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'' television series DVD. A spinoff comic book was released for the series, and Creator/PaulDini's "Harley and Ivy" mini-series and later ''ComicBook/GothamCitySirens'' clearly took some inspiration from the premise.
31st Dec '15 2:25:46 AM Anddrix
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* TheCameo: One of the wax statues that Baby Harley crawls by and can look at in "Baby Boom" is of SelfDemonstrating/{{Lobo}} as he appears in the ''WebAnimation/LoboWebseries''.

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* TheCameo: One of the wax statues that Baby Harley crawls by and can look at in "Baby Boom" is of SelfDemonstrating/{{Lobo}} Lobo as he appears in the ''WebAnimation/LoboWebseries''.
16th Nov '15 1:30:51 PM cwf123
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A 2002 three-season web animation series of 30 short episodes made by Noodle Soup Productions for Creator/WarnerBrothers Animation. It stars the female characters of the [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries Gotham setting]]: Poison Ivy, Comicbook/HarleyQuinn, Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}, and Comicbook/{{Batgirl}}, with occasional appearances by ComicBook/{{Zatanna}} and Renee Montoya. The series is notable for featuring the characters' television voice actresses and is generally considered canon with the {{DCAU}}.

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A 2002 2000-2002 three-season web animation series of 30 short episodes made by Noodle Soup Productions for Creator/WarnerBrothers Animation. It stars the female characters of the [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries Gotham setting]]: Poison Ivy, Comicbook/HarleyQuinn, Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}, and Comicbook/{{Batgirl}}, with occasional appearances by ComicBook/{{Zatanna}} and Renee Montoya. The series is notable for featuring the characters' television voice actresses and is generally considered canon with the {{DCAU}}.



The fact that it was an online release allowed for much looser standard for swearing and content, albeit in a more "cartoonish" form. The Flash Animation (hailing as it did from the early days of the web) was not very fluid, but got better as time went on.

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The fact that it was an online release allowed for much looser standard for swearing and content, albeit in a more "cartoonish" form. The Flash Animation (hailing as it did from the early days of the web) was not very fluid, but got better as time went on.
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