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Amazing. I love Alan Tudyk version of the joker (still love Mark Hamill). The nods to the 88 Batman & the killing joke was amazing. Did not think I would like this episode but man was I surprised. Alan Tudyk is awesome at playing DC villains

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Great episode.
Like before, this show is at its best whenever they move away from Harley & Ivy. This deconstructed version of Gotham is so deep and interesting that it's always fun exploring these alternate versions of established characters.
Props to Conner Shin for writing this amazing episode and he's not even credited on IMDb yet.

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Pretty fun episode - unfortunately the Harley and Ivy dynamic seems to be more of detriment to the show, as the show is at it's best when it's off those two. Lots of Joker DC nods, ranging from Batman 89 / The Dark Knight and even Joker (couldn't see any Leto ones - though I'm not sure). Even a potential node to Sean Murphy's White Knight run.

That being said, something was still missing for me overall. Previous seasons were pushing for my top 3 - top 5 of the year. This year I don't know if this will be top 10. Admittedly, we've had a lot of great TV but something is just off overall.

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i cant believe one of the best eps (so far) this season is where joker gets to be wholesome and the damn mayor of gotham :sob:

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The best episode of the season so far. Solid writing, I really like this version of the Joker.

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Winks and nods are fun but I’m not here for a whole episode of Harley Quinn with no Harley. I recognize the intricacy they’re going for by making Joker have a conscience but there’s a limit to how interesting that can be for me in this format.

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I loved all the One Day at a Time nods.

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