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24th May '16 11:11:37 AM HeroGal2347
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* WoundedHeroWeakerHelper: The episode "I've Got Batman in my Basement" has Batman convalescing from being exposed to toxic gas in the basement of some kids, and he needs them to pick up some counter-agent capsules from a first-aid kit on the Batmobile (and while he's still recovering, the Penguin and some goons arrive to the house, forcing the kids to improvise some HomeAloneAntics with the contents of the Bat-Belt).
23rd May '16 7:18:14 PM Anddrix
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*** Another reading is that Harley is not incompetent, but being the PsychoSupporter for two confessed sociopaths (SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker and Poison Ivy) she is blamed regularly for everything that goes bad, even if this is The Joker or Ivy's fault... it's not that they want to blame Harley, it's that sociopaths think it's NeverMyFault, so Harley by associating with those two is ''invoking'' this trope on herself.

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*** Another reading is that Harley is not incompetent, but being the PsychoSupporter for two confessed sociopaths (SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker (ComicBook/TheJoker and Poison Ivy) she is blamed regularly for everything that goes bad, even if this is The Joker or Ivy's fault... it's not that they want to blame Harley, it's that sociopaths think it's NeverMyFault, so Harley by associating with those two is ''invoking'' this trope on herself.



--> '''SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker''': ''I will be Batman, and you will be me''.

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--> '''SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker''': '''ComicBook/TheJoker''': ''I will be Batman, and you will be me''.



** Early on in "Harlequinade", when the mayor is on the phone, one can see that [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker his sleeve is purple]]...

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** Early on in "Harlequinade", when the mayor is on the phone, one can see that [[SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker [[ComicBook/TheJoker his sleeve is purple]]...



* FriendToPsychos: Most of SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker's {{m|ooks}}inions (save for Harley Quinn) don't seem to share his psychosis, but help him pull off his crime sprees anyway.

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* FriendToPsychos: Most of SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker's ComicBook/TheJoker's {{m|ooks}}inions (save for Harley Quinn) don't seem to share his psychosis, but help him pull off his crime sprees anyway.



* MonsterClown: SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker.

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* MonsterClown: SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker.ComicBook/TheJoker.



* ReplacementScrappy: "Fake Harley" in "Joker's Millions" is an InUniverse example. SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker hired her because it was cheaper than paying for the real Harley's release from Arkham, but he grows to regret it and [[WomanScorned a pissed-off Harley]] gets back at him for it in the end.

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* ReplacementScrappy: "Fake Harley" in "Joker's Millions" is an InUniverse example. SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker hired her because it was cheaper than paying for the real Harley's release from Arkham, but he grows to regret it and [[WomanScorned a pissed-off Harley]] gets back at him for it in the end.



* {{Squick}}: (InUniverse): "Almost Got'Im." After hearing Penguin, Two Face, Ivy and Croc tell stories of their bids against Batman, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker reveals Harley had captured Catwoman and is about to have her ''chopped up into cat food.'' [[http://postimage.org/image/4d79wjvlp/ The others look suitably wigged.]]

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* {{Squick}}: (InUniverse): "Almost Got'Im." After hearing Penguin, Two Face, Ivy and Croc tell stories of their bids against Batman, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker reveals Harley had captured Catwoman and is about to have her ''chopped up into cat food.'' [[http://postimage.org/image/4d79wjvlp/ The others look suitably wigged.]]



* TaxmanTakesTheWinnings: This was part of King Barlow's posthumous revenge against SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker in the episode "Joker's Millions." Barlow left the Joker a fortune, but most of the money was fake. He figured that the Joker would quickly blow through the real money, and then the government would come for the taxes, and he'd either go to jail for tax evasion or be forced to admit that he got conned by a dead man.

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* TaxmanTakesTheWinnings: This was part of King Barlow's posthumous revenge against SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker in the episode "Joker's Millions." Barlow left the Joker a fortune, but most of the money was fake. He figured that the Joker would quickly blow through the real money, and then the government would come for the taxes, and he'd either go to jail for tax evasion or be forced to admit that he got conned by a dead man.
21st May '16 6:25:59 AM Eddy1215
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* CatapultNightmare: multiple episodes, but notably in both parts of the two-partner "Two-Face"

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\n* CatapultNightmare: multiple Multiple episodes, but notably in both parts of the two-partner "Two-Face"


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* FakingTheDead: Clayface pulled this in an epic fashion at the end of his introduction episode.
20th May '16 4:36:42 AM foxley
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* MurderByRemoteControlVehicle: The episode "The Mechanic" has the Penguin discover a garage where the Batmobile's designer maintains Batman's vehicles. The Penguin holds the designer's daughter hostage and forces the designer to booby-trap the Batmobile, including giving Penguin the ability to control it remotely.
8th May '16 10:55:58 PM erforce
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** Randa, one of HARDAC's stunningly humanlike robots, is a dead ringer for MarilynMonroe - and wiggle-walks like her, too. Then she gets half her face blown off, and we learn that she resembles [[TheTerminator a T-1000]] under there. Throw in freakish robot strength and more than a little of the UncannyValley, and you've got a surprisingly effective lower-tier villain.

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** Randa, one of HARDAC's stunningly humanlike robots, is a dead ringer for MarilynMonroe Creator/MarilynMonroe - and wiggle-walks like her, too. Then she gets half her face blown off, and we learn that she resembles [[TheTerminator [[Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay a T-1000]] under there. Throw in freakish robot strength and more than a little of the UncannyValley, and you've got a surprisingly effective lower-tier villain.
5th May '16 12:45:52 AM whateveryousay21
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** The Sewer King from "The Underdwellers" seems to be based on Captain Hook from Peter Pan, in some rather interesting ways- he resembles the Disney version, albeit is missing an eye rather than a hand. He has two pet crocodiles that saved him from deep water(as opposed to Hook being pursued by one that wishes to eat him), and while he doesn't lead any pirates, his enslaving of the children could almost be regarded as Hook enslaving the lost boys.
30th Apr '16 6:42:37 PM WillKeaton
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This show now has a rough [[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries episode guide]] (help is needed) and a [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/crowner.php/BestEpisode/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries Best Episode Crowner]].

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This show now has a rough [[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries episode guide]] (help is needed) and a [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/crowner.php/BestEpisode/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries Best Episode Crowner]].
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30th Apr '16 6:41:11 PM WillKeaton
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-->-- '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDppQN0s4DQ Batman]]''', in [[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesE3NothingToFear "Nothing To Fear"]]

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-->-- '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDppQN0s4DQ Batman]]''', Batman,]]''' in [[Recap/BatmanTheAnimatedSeriesE3NothingToFear "Nothing To Fear"]]
17th Apr '16 12:44:44 PM HSutherland
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** The same goes for Harvey Bullock, who initially started a DirtyCop and pawn of Hill before making a HeelFaceTurn, is an honest cop from day one here. However, as with even post-HeelFaceTurn comics, Bullock is still a bit of a slob, as well as prone to roughing up suspects.

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** The same goes for Harvey Bullock, who initially started a DirtyCop and pawn of Hill before making a HeelFaceTurn, is an honest cop from day one here. However, as with even post-HeelFaceTurn comics, Bullock is still a bit of a slob, as well as prone to roughing up suspects.
17th Apr '16 12:43:10 PM HSutherland
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** The same goes for Harvey Bullock, who initially started a DirtyCop and pawn of Hill before making a HeelFaceTurn, is an honest cop from day one here. However, as with even post-HeelFaceTurn comics!Bullock, he's still prone to roughing up suspects.

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** The same goes for Harvey Bullock, who initially started a DirtyCop and pawn of Hill before making a HeelFaceTurn, is an honest cop from day one here. However, as with even post-HeelFaceTurn comics!Bullock, he's comics, Bullock is still a bit of a slob, as well as prone to roughing up suspects.suspects.
*** Also, Bullock in this series is usually antagonistic towards Batman for professional reasons (after all, Batman is a vigilante with more resources at his disposal), than because he is corrupt.
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