Harley Quinn Season 2 Episode 2 – What Did You Think?!
This week, Harley Quinn went back to school with Poison Ivy. It was all part of their quest to reclaim Gotham from the Injustice League. However, both girls needed help to get out of Riddler U with their lives. DC Universe has released Harley Quinn Season 2 episode 2, and we want to hear what the Superhero Hype community thinks about it!
Harley and Ivy decided to go undercover as students to take out Riddler and find the source of his electrical power. However, they forbade Clayface from accompanying them. Regardless, Clayface disguised himself as a female student and he was suddenly more popular than Ivy and Harley. Meanwhile, Harley accidentally outed herself in front of her campus tour guide, Barbara Gordon. But rather than exposing Harley’s plan, Barbara offered to help bring down the Riddler. Unfortunately, Harley and Ivy ditched Babs and launched their own operation to catch the Riddler.
Riddler quickly captured Harley, Ivy, and Clayface before imprisoning them in human size hamster wheels to provide power for his campus. Soon after, Barbara crashed the party in a makeshift vigilante outfit. With Babs’ help, Harley and Ivy were able to capture the Riddler and bring him back to their mall hideout for a little poetic justice. Meanwhile, Doctor Psycho and King Shark ran into problems while procuring a water purifier. After narrowing surviving a run in with Two-Face’s gang, the duo drove straight into Bane Town and encountered his roided out “Bane Boys.”
Somehow, King Shark and Doctor Psycho survived and made it safely back home. But Harley wasn’t impressed now that she had a power source of her own. Meanwhile, Barbara left her pathetic father, Commissioner Gordon, asleep in her dorm room while she took on a new role as Batgirl.
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