See also WMG/DCAU
In "Perchance to Dream" Selina Kyle was actually about to offer Bruce a handjob at the office to cheer him up.In a dream induced by the Mad Hatter, Selina visits Bruce at work because his mother called her and said Bruce "could use some cheering up." She perches on his desk and purrs, "Who better for the job than the woman you're marrying next week?" while slowly removing one of her gloves. She begins to reach out to him with her one ungloved hand before pausing and noticing that he really is upset. Putting this here rather than Radar because I'm not sure if I just have a dirty mind or if this was actually implied.
Andrea Beaumount has supernatural powers, specifically communication with the dead.In the animated "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm" she explains that she can imagine what her deceased mother would say if she talked to her. Perhaps she didn't know it at first, but she really could talk to her loved ones in the great beyond.
Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn are not lesbiansI realize it's far-fetched and I don't have any evidence to back it up, but I get the feeling there is at least a one in a million chance that they are just friends. Now if you'll excuse me, there is a mob of angry fanboys outside my door with torches and pitchforks.
The moral of Mask of the Phantasm is that sexism is bad.If Bruce (having already learned Andrea was his equal if not better at martial arts) hadn't assumed she would "always be at home waiting for me" but thought of her as a possible partner, he wouldn't have felt forced to choose between love and crime-fighting. Most likely, he would have shared his secret with her earlier; maybe they would have been able to save her father from the mob together. Finding a woman who could handle his secret if not fight alongside him (instead of one whose worry would be a burden) never occurred to him, and that is the only reason he ended up alone/resigned himself to being alone.
Killer Croc's theory about Batman being a Robot isn't just him being stupid.Remember it actually did happen in one episode! Croc probably had an offscreen encounter with the Batman Android, and that's why he thinks Batman could be a robot.
The girl with red hair in "Legends of the Dark Knight" is actually Carrie KellyShe fits the physical description from the books, and how else would she know about the events in TDKR? She time traveled or dimension-hopped or something.
Those guys in the opening sequence didn't do anything wrong.There was an explosion and they ran away, took it to a bit of an extreme by climbing a roof, then ran into Batman who was probably just scowling at the city from that particular roof top. He looks at them like he's going to attack, so they pull their guns to defend themselves. The rest is history.
Matt's story about his uncle meeting Batman and Robin did happen.Only it happened during Batman (and Robin)'s early crimefighting career. It happened not too soon after Joker first appeared. Batman also wore the "Golden Age" costume in the flashback of "Robin's Reckoning". The Robin in the flashback was Dick Grayson, soon after he found out Bruce is Batman in the flashback, but in this flashback he's been Robin for a while. His uncle was half-asleep at the time, which explains the Art Shift and the cheesy dialogues, since that's how he recalls. Batman did say "old-chum" (despite one of the kids thinking it's ridiculous), he also called Juice that too (albeit in sarcasm).
Dr. Joan Leland is doing drugs.She's the most mellow Arkham employee seen in any medium. She's definately on something. My vote is either a lot of pot or opium.
Simon Trent knows Batman's secret identity.Bruce Wayne is way too smart to say the same thing he did as Batman ("As a kid, I used to watch you with my father. The Gray Ghost was my hero.") to somebody unless he wants them to know who he is. It's a fairly common trope in the series note , and he pulls it with Simon out of his profound respect for the man. Simon's astounded reaction ("...really?") can be interpreted as either...
Harley, at some point in the past, slept with the Scarecrow.The Mad Love comic strongly implies if not outright states that Harley got through university primarily by sleeping with the male teachers. Jonathan Crane was a teacher at Gotham University, and they treat each other with some odd politeness in the interaction in Harley's Holiday, especially considering Crane's general attitude towards other people.
Penguin had cosmetic/reconstructive surgeryIn TNBA he suddenly has proper hands. Regardless of the art shift explanation, he's also rolling in cash at this point. Prvided he had the proper separate bones in his hands, the surgeons likely reconstructed them. He wears gloves all the time because it's not a perfect cosmetic job- he might not have fingernails and they don't look like proper hands so he hides them. He could've also fixed his nose, but probably kept it because it was recognizable.
'Big Bad Harv's' presence in Harvey Dent's mind was exacerbated by his encounter with Poison Ivy.Granted, this is just probably a casualty of the fact that Harvey is basically a plot device victim to establish Ivy in the DC Animated Universe, but consider the fact that Harvey doesn't seem to have any 'Big Bad Harv' breakouts or show any signs of having problems in 'Pretty Poison'. In 'Two-Face Part One', he has about four incidents in an incredibly short period - attacking the thug, the incident during his therapy session, nearly attacking his assistant, and attacking Thorne and his men when confronted with his stolen psychiatric report - it's five if you count his initial nightmare; So while the physically toxic and lethal effects of Ivy's poison were removed by the antidote Batman obtain, Harvey's mental issues were exacerbated by the poison, making Big Bad Harv a more frequent presence in Harvey's mind.
Alfred Pennyworth is Bruce Wayne's biological father.In "Nothin to Fear," Alfred says, "I know your father would be proud of you because...I'm so proud of you."