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Season 1, Episode 1 Big "WHAT?!": Selina Kyle says this when she hears about reports about Catwoman killing cops. Costume Copycat: A woman not named Selina Kyle, is dressed up like Catwoman and killing cops. Dead Man Honking: The first detective that Catwoman shoots in car does this. Death Row: Selina Kyle's male friend tells her that if or when the police catch Catwoman, the electric chair awaits her instead of prison. Germans Love David Hasselhoff: The episode starts off with two detectives listening in their car to "I'll Be There for You" by The Rembrandts, AKA the theme song to . Friends Hell-Bent for Leather: Catwoman wears black leather pants and a black tank top during her encounter with the detectives in the parking garage. Jitter Cam: During Catwoman's hand-to-hand fight with the detective in the parking garage. Lack of Empathy: Catwoman says of the detective that she has just shot to death to his partner "Yes. His children are fatherless, and his wife is a widow." Learned from the News: Selina Kyle's male friend tells her about the other Catwoman killing two detectives after seeing it on the morning news. Look Behind You: Catwoman makes her escape from the FBI Agent by after saying to him "Who's that behind you?" Men Are the Expendable Gender: Selina Kyle says that she would never imagine a woman killing two police detectives. Mistaken Identity: Basically, the whole episode is about Selina Kyle being mistaken for another woman who dresses like a cat, who is a Cop Killer. Must Have Caffeine: When one detective tells his partner that he's thirsty, the other detective suggests that they drink coffee with milk. Not Like Other Girls: Selina Kyle's male friend tells her that not just any woman killed two police detectives, but a Cat Woman. He added that he doubts that she'll be found since she wears a mask. Not My Lucky Day: When Selina Kyle and her female friend realizes that their male friend is cheating at a game of cards, he tells them that it's not their lucky day. Selina then tells him that she's lost eight times in the last hour. Ominous Walk: Catwoman does this after killing the second detective in the parking garage. Only in It for the Money: One of the street hooligans that they just need money after she asks them if they have lost their sense of fear. Pre-Mortem One-Liner: Catwoman says to the detective that she was fighting in the parking garage "You lose. Game over!!!" before shooting him in the head. Price on Their Head: One of the street hooligans tell Catwoman that the cops have offered money for her head. Sean Connery Is About to Shoot You: Catwoman puts a gun directly at a lone detective in the driver's seat of a car and shoots him in the chest. Seen It All: Selina Kyle tells her friends that it looks like life has prepared her for a big surprise. Settle It Without Weapons: The second detective tells Catwoman that instead of shooting him too, to settle it without guns. Stop, or I Will Shoot!: A FBI Agent, who was hiding behind a brick wall tells Catwoman to stay where she is. He then tells Catwoman that he's arresting her for stealing, resisting arrest, and killing two officers of the law. Suit Up of Destiny: The secondary Catwoman is introduced putting on the gloves to her Catwoman costume. Tree Cover: Two street hooligans who find out that there's an $8,500 reward for the capture of Catwoman, hid in the bushes upon her arrival. "Wanted!" Poster: Two street hooligans see a photo of Selina Kyle in her Catwoman costume on a cell phone with the caption "Reward $8,500". Season 1, Episode 2 Big Heroic Run: Selina Kyle's Catwoman runs to escape from Nicky after using his own handcuffs against him. "Blind Idiot" Translation: Upon learning that Nicky's dad was killed just two years before his retirement, Selina Kyle is subtitled saying to him "I sorrow." instead of "I'm sorry." Bond Villain Stupidity: Why doesn't the second Catwoman kill Selina Kyle when she has her on the ground unconscious instead of saying that she'll do it the next time they meet? Cat Fight: The second Catwoman versus Selina Kyle's Catwoman. Choke Holds: During the second Catwoman's fight with a cop in a warehouse, the cop tries to restrain her in a choke hold. Later, Catwoman performs this on the cop with the aid of her whip. Cop Hater: The second Catwoman tells Selina Kyle's Catwoman upon strangling a cop to death with her whip that his death should be an example to all cops. Cowboy Cop: Nicky tells Selina Kyle that if he is able to catch Catwoman, he will shoot her instead of wait for her to stand trial. Deathly Unmasking: Upon discovering Selina Kyle's Catwoman near the body of the cop that the other Catwoman killed, Nicky tells Selina to take off her mask or he'll shoot her. Don't Make Me Destroy You: The cop that the second Catwoman encounters tells her that he really doesn't want to hurt her but he still will regardless. Embarrassing First Name: Selina Kyle believes that the name "Nicky" is a strange name before being told that it's short for Nikita. Emerging from the Shadows: Selina Kyle's two friends when they come back from the story and catch her and Nicky kissing. Follow in My Footsteps: Nicky tells Selina Kyle that his dad wanted him to become a cop like him. Going to the Store: Two of Selina Kyle's friends say that they'll leave her and Nicky alone while they go to the store and buy some wine. Hand Rubbing: The second Catwoman does this while overlooking an unconscious Selina Kyle. Handy Cuffs: Selina Kyle's Catwoman uses Nicky's handcuffs against him to help her escape. He's Dead, Jim: Selina Kyle wakes up 20 minutes later and procedes to check the pulse of the cop that the second Catwoman recently killed. Heroic Seductress: Selina Kyle when she resorts to distracting Nicky as he's about to arrest her and make her take off her mask. I Can't Dance: When Nicky asks Selina Kyle to dance with him, Selina tells him that she hasn't danced in a long time. I Was Just Joking: Nicky tells Selina Kyle that he was just joking when he asked her to have her ID ready. It's Been Done: When Selina Kyle says that the selfie was invented around the same time as the camera, her male friend tells her in actuality, the first self-portrait was taken by Robert Cornelius in 1889. He adds that the term "selfie" really first appeared in the 2000s when Myspace became a thing. Kick Chick: The second Catwoman attempts to kick the cop who arrested her friends. When the cop tells her to say their names and he will help her, she says that he can't help her since he's not a judge. Meaningful Echo: Selina Kyle as Catwoman says to Nicky "The kiss will be more creative!" just like she said upon their initial meeting. Oh, Crap!: Selina Kyle when she realizes that Nicky is the same FBI Agent who tried to apprehend her as Catwoman at the end of the previous episode. Rapid-Fire "No!": The cop that the second Catwoman has at her mercy repeatedly says "No!" before saying to him " Game Over!" and snapping his neck. Retirony: Nicky tells Selina Kyle that his father was killed two years before he was due to retire. Tension-Cutting Laughter: Selina Kyle and her friends do this after Nicky says that he was joking about needing to see everybody's ID. Tragic Bromance: Nicky tells Selina Kyle that Catwoman killed his colleagues with whom he went to the police academy with, therefore, It's Personal. Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: A cop tells the second Catwoman during a break from their fight that he has money and can make her rich. Catwoman then tells the cop that she doesn't need his money. Selfie Fiend: Selina Kyle at the start of the episode, asks her male friend if he's about to take a selfie for Instagram. Strawman News Media: Selina Kyle tells Nicky that the TV news has said that Catwoman kills people. Sudden Soundtrack Stop: Nicky says to Selina Kyle "Music is over... Silence... Creatively." Selina replies by saying "The kiss will be more creative." Later the second Catwoman turns the music off that a cop was listening to on his cell phone. Taunting the Unconscious: The second Catwoman tells Selina Kyle that the next time that she catches her, she will kill her. Workout Fanservice: A cop is introduced doing sit-ups and doing curls. Season 1, Episode 3 Big "OMG!": Selina Kyle says "OMG! What happened?" upon seeing a man laying dead beside Nicky and her female friend. Cat Fight: Again with Selina Kyle and the other Catwoman, this time inside Razin's home. Cats Have Nine Lives: The episode presumably takes this trope literally as after being shot in the head at point blank range by Nicky, the episode concludes with Selina Kyle's Catwoman alive and hiding out from the top of the stairs. Chalk Outline: Nicky tells Selina Kyle that this is now a crime scene and to not to touch the dead man's body. Choke Holds: Razin tries to restrain the other Catwoman with one while lying on his back. Nicky then yells at Razin to kill her. Compressed Hair: Selina Kyle tucks her brown hair underneath or Catwoman mask. The Danza: Andrey, the man who was seen dead at the start of the episode, is played by Andrey Koloskov. Dirty Cop: Razin reveals to Nicky that the other Catwoman's real name is Olga Daeva, who was once a detective before whom he found out that she was corrupt. She was subsequently fired and tried to take revenge. Emergency Stash: Razin tells the other Catwoman that his money is in a safe and the code is 2-5-3. Evil Laugh: The other Catwoman does this after Razin asks what she wants from him. Facial Horror: Nicky tells Selina Kyle that he found a broken claw and cuts on the murder victim's face. He reaffirms his stance that Catwoman is guilty. Friendly Target: Nicky tells Selina Kyle that he knows who Catwoman would want to kill next, his friend Razin. Grand Staircase Entrance: Razin is introduced walking down the stairway, before fixing himserlf a drink, and reading the newspaper. In the Back: The second Catwoman sneaks up from behind Razin to choke him wit her whip. It Works Better with Bullets: When Nicky tries to shoot the other Catwoman, she awakens to tell him that his gun his empty. Kick Chick: Selina Kyle delivers this to the other Catwoman after telling her that she won't give her a second chance either before slapping her across the face with the back of her hand. Kill the Ones You Love: Nicky tells Selina Kyle that Catwoman only kills his friends. Kinda Busy Here: Razin says on his cell phone that he's busy right now before asking the caller what they want. Last Chance to Quit: The other Catwoman tells Selina Kyle that she will not give her a second chance. Murder by Mistake: Selina Kyle tells Nicky that she doesn't understand why Catwoman would kill a man who wasn't a rich person. Never Found the Body: When Nicky tells Razin that they should unmask Selina Kyle while presuming that she's dead, they are shocked to discover that her body is gone. Precision F-Strike: Nicky says to Razin "This bitch is killing guys from our police department ... I can't understand here are two Catwomans." Sarcastic Clapping: Razin does this after Selina Kyle defeats the other Catwoman. Spell My Name with an S: Nicky's name in this episode is spelled as "Nicki". 'Tis Only a Bullet in the Brain: Razin says "What fuck are you doing, Nicki?" after Nicky shoots Selina Kyle in the head. Won't Get Fooled Again: When Razin asks the second Catwoman about why she's here, she tells him to try not to fool him. You Have to Believe Me!: Selina Kyle tries to tell Nicky that she was at Razin's place to help and that the other Catwoman was always the one who killed his colleagues. You Leave Him Alone!: Selina Kyle's Catwoman is first scene crouching in a window before demanding the other Catwoman to leave Razin alone. Season 2, Episode 1 Affectionate Nickname: Mouse refers to Catwoman as "Kitty" while thanking her for saving him from one of masked men. "Blind Idiot" Translation: Catwoman first says "Why they call you 'Mouse'? Mouse replies by saying they they don't have names, only nicknames before asking about why she's called Catwoman. She responds by saying "Only fool don't understand why they call me Catwoman I need money and now I'm hero." Later, as a masked man punches Mouse in the face as he lies on a couch, the masked man says to Mouse "Do you wanted us, You Bastard!? Where's my money?" The man then says to Mouse "Do you have a cash? Are you ? Yes, you're smile 'smile! I can shoot you in the head." Bringing Back Proof: One masked man upon giving Mouse Catwoman's mask that now that Mouse has " a proof", they now want to see the money. Faint in Shock: The masked man who was punching Mouse goes over to his accomplice, for whom Mouse had just shot in the arm, and says to him "Hey bro! ... you passed out, damn!" Girl Friday: Catwoman in her civilian guise as the mayor's secretary. Hear Me the Money: Right before Catwoman is about to leave, Mouse hands her a wad of cash. After looking at the money, Catwoman asks Mouse about where the second part is. Mouse tells her that she'll be paid with the second part after she covers his back. Mouse adds that Catwoman's mission is to save him when "two bastards" will attack him. Hidden Weapons: Mouse pulls out a handgun from behind a stack of books on his shelf and shoots one of the masked men in the arm. Mouse immediately gets into a Gun Struggle with the second masked man. A bullet is soon fired and almost hits Catwoman, who's upstairs. Catwoman then asks " What's going on there?" Impossibly Cool Clothes: Mouse says to two masked men "You seems stylish and modern." One of the masked men then tells Mouse that they're here to finish a job and it's not a joke. Kick Chick: Catwoman employees numerous kicks to one of the masked men during their initial fight. Men Are Tough: Mouse tells the masked men that they're really tough guys after he is handed Catwoman's mask. Mouse then says " How did you catched her?" Mission Briefing: Mouse tells Catwoman that her mission is to see two bad guys. Catwoman then tells Mouse to stop before informing him that his boss still hasn't paid her. Only in It for the Money: Catwoman tells Mouse that she covered his back and now that her job is done, she wants her money. She then asks Mouse if they should go to his boss. Mouse declines the suggestion and tells Catwoman that she should go there alone. He says that he will send her the address and that she can trust him. Oh, Crap!: Catwoman when she sees Mouse pick up his hand gun. Mouse however, quickly assures Catwoman that she's not his target. Precision F-Strike: One of the masked men says to Mouse "You are the first one asshole who tried to fool us." He then says to Mouse " I seen assholes before, but not like you." Slow Clap: Mouse does this after seeing Catwoman take out one of the masked men with seeming ease. Smoking Barrel Blowout: Mouse does this after shooting the two masked men with his gun. This leads to Catwoman to say to Mouse "These guys killed somebody, and you decided don't pay them, and now you killed them, right?" Mouse then tells Catwoman that they attacked him first. Season 2, Episode 3 "Blind Idiot" Translation: Catwoman says to a criminal " Do you killed me? Who do you think I'm? A ghost? after the latter, when responding to whether or not he misses her, says to her "Do you wanna hear the truth? NO! What are you doing here? We're killed you." Catwoman then says "I just wanna my money back. And I wanna find your boss. If you tell me about it I will keep your live." The criminal responds by saying "What money you talk about?" Feet-First Introduction: After Catwoman is shown checking herself out with her black leather jumpsuit on in the mirror, she is seen walking down a flight of stairs in her high-heeled boots. Enemy Mine: Catwoman teams up with Batgirl to fight against Black Mask and his gang. Heroic Second Wind: Catwoman for a time, is visibly woozy after being punched in the face by a member of the False-Faces Gang, but eventually recovers in time. Jitter Cam: During Catwoman's fight with the criminal, who early on, is punched square in the nose by Catwoman. Lightswitch Surprise: The episode begins with Catwoman getting a a criminal's attention by turning the lights on in his hideout. Neck Snap: Catwoman places the criminal in a headlock and finally disposes him this way before saying "It's over."