Warning: There are spoilers ahead for this week’s episode of Harley Quinn!
After nearly taking over Gotham with an army from Apokolips, Harley Quinn was talked down by her best friend and potential lover, Poison Ivy. However, Harley couldn’t bring herself to declare her love for Ivy. Instead, she resolved to give Ivy a ragin’ bachelorette party which took place in this week’s episode. DC Universe has released Harley Quinn Season 2 episode 9, and we want to hear what the Superhero Hype community thinks about it!
At Kite Man’s bachelor party, King Shark was summoned back to his underwater homeland by a talking crab. After a clear Little Mermaid parody that turned into a song about pooping in the ocean, King Shark confronted his father, the Shark God. King Shark told his family that he wouldn’t accept his arranged marriage. Regardless, King Shark folded and got married anyway. Meanwhile, Frank the Plant, Clayface, and Kite Man struggled with a puzzle on their yacht.
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Harley strong-armed Catwoman, Nora Fries, and Ivy’s old friend, Jennifer, to visit a spa on Themyscira. After getting drunk, Harley and Ivy woke up and realized they slept with each other. Additionally, Ivy withdrew and tried to hide in her room. However, Harley revealed that she had another surprise for Ivy. The assembled women were actually there to take down Eris and free the Amazons before Lex Luthor could control Themyscira.
In gratitude, Queen Hippolyta threw another party, and Harley slept with Ivy again. But this time, Harley suggested that she and Ivy stay together as a couple regardless of Kite Man. But when they arrived back at Gotham, Ivy rejected Harley. Ivy explained that she couldn’t trust Harley with her heart. As Kite Man flew away with Ivy in his arms, Harley cried all the way through the end credits.
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