Harley Quinn Season 2 Episode 13 – What Did You Think?!

Harley Quinn Season 2 Episode 13 – What Did You Think?!

Warning: There are spoilers ahead for this week’s episode of Harley Quinn!

Doctor Psycho was defeated last week on Harley Quinn, but he had his revenge when he broadcast Harley and Poison Ivy’s love affair to everyone in Gotham. Now, we finally get to see how Ivy’s fiancé, Kite Man, took the news. DC Universe has released Harley Quinn Season 2 episode 13, and we want to hear what the Superhero Hype community thinks about it!

Ivy managed to get Kite Man to accept her apology and go through with the wedding. It helped that she murdered his nemesis, Condiment King, so that they could get their wedding venue. However, Harley was so depressed that she willingly allowed herself to be imprisoned in Arkham Asylum. Harley even rejected her crew’s rescue attempt. Meanwhile, Two-Face also played on Commissioner Gordon’s desire for recognition and told Gordon that he could be mayor if he arrested all of the villains at Ivy’s wedding.

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Additionally, Two-Face convinced Harley to break him out of Arkham in exchange for exposing Gordon’s plan. Harley wrecked havoc at the wedding while trying to find Gordon and the cops. Ivy told Harley to leave, but she stuck around long enough to expose the police. The villains harshly retaliated against the GCPD, while Clayface serenaded Catwoman’s date, Tim Burton. Harley personally rescued Ivy and Kite Man, and she also offered to marry them on the spot.

However, Kite Man refused. He also told Ivy it was obvious that she didn’t love him. Ivy finally acknowledged that Kite Man was right. While evading the police in a high speed chase, Harley and Ivy affirmed their love and shared a kiss.

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