|This is Schroeder. He's called that because he won't stay off my keyboard.|
Today, Harley Quinn experiences something a bit worse than that.
|See? This totally wasn't just an excuse to talk about my new cat.|
|How did that not hit him!?|
|Rematch. you and me. Right now.|
|You know what? Good enough.|
Poison Ivy: “Who’d hire you?”
The Joker? Amanda Waller?
She thinks of a bunch of possible jobs, which you can click on and make her say “no” to.
|So... why isn't she just robbing a place to get the money? Actually, why doesn't she just steal the TV?|
|Aw, come on, Harley. Even Wonder Woman worked at a fast food joint for a while.|
Catwoman: “I told you, I work alone. I don’t need a sidekick.”
So… I guess Holly Robinson doesn’t exist in the DCAU.
Harley: “How ‘bout a gofer? I’m real good at fetching coffee!”
Catwoman says “no” once again, but ends up taking pity on Harley and asks her to take care of her new cat while she’s out of town for a few days. Said cat turns out to be a baby lion named “Bongo.”
|Aww! Hims just can't wait to be king!|
In my experience, cats don’t. Well, they also scratch things. And Bongo suddenly finds himself doing just that on the door. Harley tells the lion that she’s not supposed to let the cat out of her sight…
Harley: “Of course, we could go out together!”
She takes the lion out in a baby carriage because I don’t know, and a woman walks up. She’s oblivious to Harley’s outfit or the fact that the “baby” is furry and feline, and tries to give the “baby” a kiss.
|It does not go well.|
And a shave.
A dog walks up, so Bongo runs after it, with Harley in pursuit of them both. After an unseen incident in a china shop, Bongo ends up in a tree, with Harley trying to get him to climb down with her. Instead, Bongo jumps out, leaving Harley to fall to the ground as the bough breaks Having not yet had its fill of mayhem, Bongo plays in traffic for a bit, causing Harley to almost get run over.
When Catwoman comes home, the two are safe, sound, and sleeping on the couch.
Catwoman: “See? I knew you’d become friends.”
And with that, the webisode ends.
Meh. A bit uninspired, but not actively awful. The animation has some uncharacteristically nice Looney Tunes-esque bounce to it, so it was better than it could have been. Still, it was nothing to write home about.
Next time, we get a bit of a genre shift as Gotham Girls gets a little experimental. See you then!