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"Skeleton Key": Suspicious of his son's "new leaf", Jim Gordon asks Babs to analyze the new drug that James, Jr. has been taking to affect this transformation. Babs finds that it has been altered to do
- It's okay to let yourself be a little happy, Jim.
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Synopsis for "Skeleton Key"
Suspicious of his son's "new leaf", Jim Gordon asks Babs to analyze the new drug that James, Jr. has been taking to affect this transformation. Babs finds that it has been altered to do the reverse of what it should. Instead, it will turn people into psycopaths! Commissioner Gordon goes to his son's apartment to confront him, but James, Jr. is not there. Gordon finds a box full of keys - keys from James, Jr.'s past victims.... However, Gordon's thoughts are interrupted when Bullock comes to inform him that The Joker has escaped!
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