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Harley Quinn (The Batman)
Information-silkReal NameHarleen Quinzel
Information-silkCurrent AliasHarley Quinn
Information-silkBase Of OperationsGotham City
Information-silkIdentityPublic Identity
Information-silkMarital StatusDating
Information-silkOccupationPop psychiatrist
Information-silkOriginWhen her talk show was cancelled, she turned to the Joker who took advantage of her.
Information-silkUniverseThe Batman (TV Series)
First Appearance
"Two of a Kind"
(February, 2007)


Harleen Quinzel hosted a talk show about love called "Heart to Heart with Harley." When the producers began doubting Harley's knowledge and the fact that she roasted Bruce Wayne on live television, they cancelled her show.

Joker, seeing the opportunity to take advantage of the woman, befriends her. Quinzel tries to do a psychological analysis of the Joker but the Joker is hesistant. When Quinzel earns Joker's respect, he suggests they have a night on the town. Harley wants a costume, so Joker gives her a red and black harlequin costume.

The two have a night on the town, killing squirrels in the park and throwing pies at police officers. The next day, Quinzel notices that her talk show timespot has been given to a new talk show host. She gets Joker to help her attack the producers and this new host. However, the raid doesn't go as well as expected because Batman arrives and beats the two villians.

In the pandamonium, the building catches fire and Joker has to make a choice: save the unconcious Harley Quinn or make his escape. Joker chooses to escape and, when Quinn is captured by the police, the Joker leaves a whoopie cushion in the cop car telling Harley to keep smiling. Quinn forgives the Joker and the two share a laugh, her in the cop car and him somewhere else.

When the new vigilante Rumor attacks, Harley is abducted from jail and transported to the Rumor's own prison. When the Batman breaks out the villians, Harley Quinn and the Joker fight the hero but ultimately lose. They are both taken to jail this time.

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