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* NotSoHarmlessVillain: Lyle is a buffon. [[spoiler: A bufffon that has savagely beaten and cold-bloodedly murdured several people]].


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* [[WellDoneSonGuy "Well Done Daughter" Gal]]: One of the root causes for Harleen's eventual SanitySlippage is her obsessive need to prove to her father that she is not like her mother, who ran out with another man.

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* [[WellDoneSonGuy "Well Done Daughter" Done, Daughter!" Gal]]: One of the root causes for Harleen's eventual SanitySlippage is her obsessive need to prove to her father that she is not like her mother, who ran out with another man.



* TheGhost: Was only mentioned most of the time in Season 1.[[spoiler: Makes a physical appearence in Episode 17]].

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* TheGhost: Was only mentioned most of the time in Season 1.[[spoiler: Makes a physical appearence in Episode 17]].17.]]



* DistressedDamsel

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* DistressedDamselDamselInDistress



* UnexpectedCharacter



* UnexpectedCharacter

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* StartOfDarkness: Dr. Strange has left Arkham and plans to start his own clinic, with a special interest in the psychology of the Batman...



* StartOfDarkness: Dr. Strange has left Arkham and plans to start his own clinic, with a special interest in the psychology of the Batman...

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* StartOfDarkness: Dr. Strange has left Arkham and plans to start his own clinic, with a special interest in the psychology of the Batman...



* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: His claiming to have held wildly varying jobs is a RunningGag. It's unclear whether he's lying to try and make himself sound useful or whether he's actually a big enough screw-up to have had and been fired from all of those jobs. It's confirmed that he was at least telling the truth about being a GCN cameraman. [[spoiler:He was married to Summer Gleeson while he was employed there.]]



* WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs: His claiming to have held wildly varying jobs is a RunningGag. It's unclear whether he's lying to try and make himself sound useful or whether he's actually a big enough screw-up to have had and been fired from all of those jobs. It's confirmed that he was at least telling the truth about being a GCN cameraman. [[spoiler:He was married to Summer Gleeson while he was employed there.]]

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* WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs: His claiming to have held wildly varying jobs is a RunningGag. It's unclear whether he's lying to try and make himself sound useful or whether he's actually a big enough screw-up to have had and been fired from all of those jobs. It's confirmed that he was at least telling the truth about being a GCN cameraman. [[spoiler:He was married to Summer Gleeson while he was employed there.]]



* MythologyGag: "I like to keep my involvement with the Wayne family [[spoiler: Hush, Hush.]]
** He also threatens to [[spoiler:rip Selena's heart out.]]

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* MythologyGag: "I like to keep my involvement with the Wayne family [[spoiler: Hush, Hush.]]
Hush]]."
** He also threatens to [[spoiler:rip Selena's heart out.]]
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* [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer Even The Gay Men Want Her]]: Is first introduced by seducing the until then extremely gay Thomas Elliot.



* [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer Even The Gay Men Want Her]]: Is first introduced by seducing the until then extremely gay Thomas Elliot.



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* [[spoiler: LightsOutSomebodyDies: The second part of his entrance in the church.]]

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* [[spoiler: LightsOutSomebodyDies: LightsOffSomebodyDies: The second part of his entrance in the church.]]


* DeathSeeker

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* DeathSeekerDeathSeeker: As a result of his life being ruined by a number of events, he's perfectly fine with dying. It's because of this that the Joker takes a liking to him.
* NotSoHarmlessVillain: Well, more of an AntiVillain, but Ted is still far more competent than he appears. Case in point, in the second season, he helps the Joker escape by covertly passing off a metal spoon to him so that he can cut his bonds. Bonus points for doing it as a magic trick. Judging by the smile Joker gives him, he was pretty impressed. He's also pretty hand with a gun.

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* PetTheDog: While he does it for selfish reasons, he [[spoiler:tries to convince Harvey to come back to the light.]]


* ManipulativeBastard

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* ManipulativeBastardManipulativeBastard: This is one of the reasons why the Joker is so dangerous. He's very good at manipulating people into doing what he wants.



* StalkerWithACrush

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* StalkerWithACrushStalkerWithACrush: "I met someone. She's going to be mine."



* VillainProtagonist

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* VillainProtagonistVillainProtagonist: Well, the series ''is'' titled "The Joker Blogs," so...
* VillainousFriendship: With Ted the Bum, or at least as close as the Joker can be friends with anyone. It's likely Ted's happiness at the prospect of dying endears him to the Joker.


* [[spoiler: BoomHeadshot]]


* PragmaticVillainy: Ultimately considers acquiring Arkham Asylum more trouble than it's worth, and agrees to sign it back over to Dr. Arkham. However, Arkham thinks this is merely Lex Luthor Code for "As soon as I get out of here I'm paying a hitman to shoot you in the face", [[spoiler:so he has Two-Face shoot ''Lex'' in the waist instead]].

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* PragmaticVillainy: Ultimately considers acquiring Arkham Asylum more trouble than it's worth, and agrees to sign it back over to Dr. Arkham. However, Arkham thinks this is merely Lex Luthor Code for "As soon as I get out of here I'm paying a hitman to shoot you in the face", [[spoiler:so he has Two-Face shoot ''Lex'' in the waist instead]].



!![[spoiler:Harvey Dent]]
* [[spoiler:NotQuiteDead]]

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!![[spoiler:Harvey Dent]]
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* ThatManIsDead: Says this about [[spoiler:Harvey]].

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!!Guy Kopski

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* TheLostLenore: Very much this for Harleen. She even has visions of him.

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