Whatever you might expect from the Harley Quinn cartoon, you’ll probably be wrong. The show is utterly unpredictable, and they take full advantage of not being connected to any wider continuity.
For the third season, the idea seems to largely be Harley supporting Poison Ivy, her now official girlfriend, as Ivy pushes ahead with her eco-friendly, people-unfriendly plans.
The third season of the very odd show begins with “HarlIvy,” the “couple name” of Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, who have admitted their love for each other and run off together.
The Suicide Squad is back and some of them might even make it through the movie.
Harley Quinn’s second season comes to a very bizarre end, but then, what else would you expect from this show?
Harley’s second season is almost over, and things come to a head on many fronts. There’s the army of Parademons, the returned Justice League, a looming wedding, and the unresolved issues between Harley and Ivy.
After a long string of not managing to take responsibility for things she’s done (arguably running headlong from it), Harley is finally getting some self-awareness after the chaos of the “Bachelorette.”
Harley is good at a lot of things, and avoiding dealing with her feelings is way up on that list. She led an invasion of Earth, or least Gotham, to not think about her and Ivy kissing, and now she’s throwing herself into a new distraction.
there’s a lot of chaos as Harley confronts her “Inner (Para) Demons.”
They manage a decent storyline in spite of their constant jokes, and continue another story from B:TAS in “Thawing Hearts.”